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What historic period would you most liked to have lived in?

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What historic period would you most liked to have lived in?

7 Responses to “What historic period would you most liked to have lived in?”

  1. 1
    Ed Hamilton says:

    Right Now! No other period in Human existence has come close to match what has happened in the last one hundred years (sic). It is amazing.

    Remember the old Chinese curse: "May you live in interesting times".

  2. 2
    Jerry Parker says:

    Either the 18th or 19th dynasties in Egypt

  3. 3
    Ken Hutson says:

    Late 1930s-early 1940s

  4. 4
    Jeff Barrett says:

    1860 to 1890

  5. 5
    Sergio Bravo says:

    No question….Imperial Rome. It must have been fascinating to live through that era.

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    Elijah says:

    Definatly the early 1800's in the great American West before Manifest Destiny had really set in. The time of the Mountain Man.

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    Catherine says:

    As fascinating as it might be to observe certain historical events, living in a previous era is quite different from just visiting it. I can't think of a previous time. not even within a decade of my birth in 1952, that I would like to live in. Being female, any earlier period would have been more problematic than it is today in the US. I'll stick with now.

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