Ch’in Shih Huang Ti’s tomb is bigger.
More people knew Ch’in Shih Huang Ti.
China has highly trained archaeologists.
Ch’in Shih Huang Ti was the founder of China.
Loved to travel
Needed to find new lands
Had great pride in his ships
The terra cotta statues in each pit represent a different kind of soldier
Only one pit contains terra cotta soldiers that had weapons
Not all of the pits were looted and burned after the emperor’s death
Only the soldiers in the biggest pit have unique facial expressions
Sina Qian spells the emperor’s name incorrectly.
Sina Qian was in fear of being put to death.
The Shiji was written after the emperor’s death.
The Shiji was partially destroyed in the tomb.
Each source is about the same emperor and the same tomb. Which statement best expresses the focus of “Digging Up the Past”?
Details about the discovery of the tomb and the contents of the pits
Reasons why the tomb was filled with luxuries for the emperor
Unique details of the thousands of terra cotta soldiers
The author believes that emperor Ch' in was a hard worker.
The author believes that emperor Ch' in a poor leader.
The author believes that emperor Ch' in was historically insignificant.
The author believes that emperor Ch' in was vital to the growth and development of China.
He had many grandchildren to visit.
He feared an assassination.
He wanted to visit his beloved Kingdom.
He enjoyed time away from his wife.
He was the founder of China.
He was an important leader.
He was scared to die.
He traveled often.
Both texts are nonfiction.
Both texts are informational.
Both texts are dealing with China.
This selection focuses on the excavation, while the First Emperor focused on the emperor's life.
The focus is the terra cotta figures in the pits.
The focus is the Emperor of China.
The focus is the farming methods.
The focus is the Chinese economy.