Which historic culture do you find the most interesting?

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Which historic culture do you find the most interesting?

sillylilkitten sillylilkitten
I've been having a Lord of the Rings marathon today, and it's got me thinking about old cultures. Which of these do you find to be the most interesting? (Sorry if some of the names aren't quite accurate, I'm not much of a history buff, haha.)
Answers (public voting - your screen name will appear in the results):
Anglo-Saxon culture
TheirPet , Deeder , captainsgirl , Voir , sillylilkitten , peachmarie
6
Ancient Celtic culture
TheirPet , Katelyn , Deeder , The Vixen , misterazor , SecondStory , big b , Chilipepper , 783883877299373783 , Voir , sillylilkitten , Herzer , peachmarie , ZZ
14
Medieval Europe
TheirPet , Deeder , gsfanatic , Strider , DawnStar , Chilipepper , Voir , sillylilkitten , peachmarie
9
Ancient Egypt
TheirPet , Sammi , Deeder , Gunsmoke , The Vixen , Living Doll , DawnStar , 783883877299373783 , Voir , sillylilkitten , peachmarie , ZZ , Cosmonaut
13
Ancient Israel
TheirPet , married with children , Deeder , Gunsmoke , Strider , Voir , sillylilkitten , leanright69
8
Native American cultures
Llewey , TheirPet , falalena , Deeder , Bubba29 , kitty1949 , The Vixen , Toy Fiend , Allstars316 , KrissyNovacaine , big b , woodsdragon , 783883877299373783 , captainsgirl , Voir , sillylilkitten , KinkyKatieJames , bayosgirl , spiced , Cosmonaut
20
East Asia
Llewey , TheirPet , married with children , Sammi , Strider , Taylor , DawnStar , 783883877299373783 , Voir , peachmarie
10
the Renaissance
TheirPet , rihanne , Strider , Trysexual , DawnStar , Voir , peachmarie , dv8 , KinkyKatieJames
9
Ancient Greece
Lildrummrgurl7 , TheirPet , ViVix , Katelyn , falalena , Sammi , gsfanatic , kitty1949 , Gunsmoke , Strider , DawnStar , KrissyNovacaine , ShadowedSeductress , 783883877299373783 , Voir , peachmarie , ZZ , potstickers , KinkyKatieJames , bayosgirl
20
Ancient Rome
Lildrummrgurl7 , TheirPet , married with children , Sammi , gsfanatic , Gunsmoke , Martiniman , Strider , Trysexual , DawnStar , KrissyNovacaine , ShadowedSeductress , 783883877299373783 , Hallmar82 , Voir , Herzer , peachmarie , ZZ , KinkyKatieJames , bayosgirl
20
Vikings
TheirPet , gehuwd , Sammi , Deeder , DawnStar , Voir , sillylilkitten , peachmarie , KinkyKatieJames , leanright69
10
Other?
TheirPet , gehuwd , falalena , Sassy Pam , Chelynn67 , Allison.Wilder , Taylor , KrissyNovacaine , Hallmar82 , Voir , peachmarie , Real or memorex
12
Total votes: 151 (50 voters)
Poll is closed
03/04/2013
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Lildrummrgurl7 Lildrummrgurl7
Ancient Greece and Rome were always my favorite to learn about.
03/04/2013
TheirPet TheirPet
I'm interested in all of them. It's probably why I'm a traveler and linguist.
03/04/2013
ViVix ViVix
Quote:
Originally posted by sillylilkitten
I've been having a Lord of the Rings marathon today, and it's got me thinking about old cultures. Which of these do you find to be the most interesting? (Sorry if some of the names aren't quite accurate, I'm not much of a history buff, haha.)
Ancient Greece really pulls me in with mythology.
03/04/2013
falalena falalena
Quote:
Originally posted by sillylilkitten
I've been having a Lord of the Rings marathon today, and it's got me thinking about old cultures. Which of these do you find to be the most interesting? (Sorry if some of the names aren't quite accurate, I'm not much of a history buff, haha.)
i find native american culture fascinating and would love to know what it is like to live like my great grandparents, great grandparents, etc. im part mexican, so it would be cool to go back and live the history. ancient greece is pretty fascinating too.
03/04/2013
Sassy Pam Sassy Pam
Ancient Indian Hindu -- aka Kama Sutra
03/04/2013
rihanne rihanne
Quote:
Originally posted by sillylilkitten
I've been having a Lord of the Rings marathon today, and it's got me thinking about old cultures. Which of these do you find to be the most interesting? (Sorry if some of the names aren't quite accurate, I'm not much of a history buff, haha.)
greek history is dry for me.
03/04/2013
gsfanatic gsfanatic
Greek/Rome and medieval Europe are favorites, but it's all pretty interesting
03/04/2013
kitty1949 kitty1949
Greek and Native American cultures.
03/05/2013
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
The ancient cultures from east to west.
03/05/2013
The Vixen The Vixen
I've always been a huge fan of ancient Egypt. I also like Celtic and Native American culture.
03/05/2013
misterazor misterazor
Quote:
Originally posted by sillylilkitten
I've been having a Lord of the Rings marathon today, and it's got me thinking about old cultures. Which of these do you find to be the most interesting? (Sorry if some of the names aren't quite accurate, I'm not much of a history buff, haha.)
celtic
03/05/2013
Martiniman Martiniman
The Roman Empire
03/05/2013
Toy Fiend Toy Fiend
Native American culture is very cool
03/05/2013
SecondStory SecondStory
I really like all the European wars.
03/05/2013
Allstars316 Allstars316
Native American's
03/05/2013
Living Doll Living Doll
I've always been fascinated by ancient Egypt.
03/05/2013
Trysexual Trysexual
Quote:
Originally posted by Martiniman
The Roman Empire
This and Renaissance
03/05/2013
DawnStar DawnStar
Medieval and Vikings.
03/05/2013
KrissyNovacaine KrissyNovacaine
I'm actually super into small hunter/gatherer societies from all over the world.
03/05/2013
big b big b
celtic and native american.
03/05/2013
ShadowedSeductress ShadowedSeductress
Ancient Greece and Rome
03/05/2013
Strider Strider
For the most part I just like history. But I do find myself drawn most to ancient Greece and Rome.
03/06/2013
woodsdragon woodsdragon
I am interested in them all...but I do have a minor in history and have been a history teacher
03/06/2013
Chilipepper Chilipepper
Not awake yet - I meant to check Celtic, Medieval Europe, Viking, Other (I got only the first two). The "Other" would be Colonial America - European settlers up to the formation of the United States.

Ben Franklin to John Adams: "Don't worry, John. The history books will clean it up."

Celtic because of heritage. Medieval Europe because of a series of circumstances that no one will believe. Viking because of heritage and interest in Norse mythology.
03/06/2013
783883877299373783 783883877299373783
I like a lot of them and am really interested in history.
03/06/2013
Hallmar82 Hallmar82
I voted for Rome but I'd really love to see the pre-historic cultures that built the Sphinx, Stonehenge or Gobekli Tepe.
03/06/2013
Voir Voir
All of them
and just as a note the Renaissance isn't a culture - it was a period or movement / era however you want to name it
03/06/2013
Herzer Herzer
Quote:
Originally posted by sillylilkitten
I've been having a Lord of the Rings marathon today, and it's got me thinking about old cultures. Which of these do you find to be the most interesting? (Sorry if some of the names aren't quite accurate, I'm not much of a history buff, haha.)
Ancient Roman because of my fascination with archaic warfare and Celtic because I am about as Irish as you can be with being born in the US. That includes dual citizenship.
03/06/2013
peachmarie peachmarie
I really like learning about other countries/nationalitie s backgrounds and heritage, I love tradition's and it's fun to find ones that you can fit into your own life.
03/06/2013
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