What Ancient City Did You Live In In Your Past Life?

Location, location, location!

Zach Kemper
Created By Zach Kemper
On Jun 14, 2015

What is your favorite thing about where you live now?

Do you have trouble with authority?

Would you rather never have sex again or never eat again?

When it comes to style, your priority is ___.

Does religion play an important role in your life?

Are you more of an idealist or a realist?

What is the most powerful force on earth?

Pompeii

Pompeii

Pompeii was a bustling metropolis of culture, art, and democracy in the Roman Empire. You enjoyed all the best that the modern world had to offer. You had the pleasure of living close to the coast and enjoying the sunny beaches of Italy, and living in a huge city populated by people. Wine flowed freely at the parties, and philosophy was recited at the town square.

Jerusalem

Jerusalem

The holy city of Jerusalem has always been home to people of God. You walked the cobblestone pathways to the house of God to pray every morning, and spent your days basking in wisdom. Your life was a simple one, but your soul was always thoroughly nourished.

Athens

Athens

Athens was the cultural and social hub of Ancient Greece. Anything that was beautiful and special could be found in this bustling city. You lived in the city with the most beautiful architecture, the wildest nightlife, and a thriving philosophical culture. Merchants from all over the world would bring their wares, to your delight.

Istanbul

Istanbul

People from all over Europe fled unrest and settled in the capital of the Ottoman Empire in order to enjoy its freedom and wealth. The sultan invited them with open arms. You were able to live your life in the comfort of your home, and the striking beauty of Eastern architecture and cuisine. The port was a bustling center for all the best wares that the Ottoman Empire and the rest of the world had to offer

Tenochtitlan

Tenochtitlan

The Aztec people of Tenochtitlan ruled all the other tribes of Mexica. It quickly became the wealthiest and most powerful city in all of Mesoamerica. There were roads that could bring anything from anywhere in the world, and you had the wealth to enjoy it. Your religion guided your community life so that everyone lived in perfect harmony.

Zǐjinchéng (The Forbidden City)

Zǐjinchéng (The Forbidden City)

You were undoubtedly part of the royal family of China. You enjoyed all the wealth and comfort of being a noble, with so many people born to serve your every whim. You never had to come into contact with a foreigner, because they were simply not allowed into your city. You had the comfortable upbringing and social circles of someone of your upbringing and class.