Which Ancient Monument Did You Build In A Past Life?



There are many engineering marvels that were created even when a trace of modern machinery existed. Many of them baffle the scientists until today like the Pyramids of Egypt or the Stonehenge in England.

Let us discuss a few of these iconic monuments:

1.The Great Sphinx

The Great Sphinx is believed to be made out of a single piece of limestone is located in Giza, Egypt. It dates from the reign of King Khafre and depicts his face. It is among the list of the world’s largest structure. It measures around 242 feet long and 61 feet in height. If you look at it closely then you would realize the structure is of a lion’s body with the head of a human. Most of the historians believe that it was built by Khafre but some believe that it was built by his brother Redjedef.


This structure had puzzled historians, archaeologists, and scientists on how this structure was built. It was built in the pre-historic times and took around 1600 years to build. Located in Wiltshire, England it is comprised of roughly 100 large stones that are placed in a circular layout. It baffles people because its outer structure is made from sandstone slabs while the inner part is made up of bluestones which is believed to be from Preseli Hills in Wales which is 200 miles away from it. One wonders how all that was possible even without a wheel. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site from 1986.

3.Roman Theater of Merida

This theater is also built in the pre-historic times. It is believed to be built by Agrippa who was the son-in-law of Augustus in the 15th or16th B.C. It was promoted as the provincial capital of Lusitania. It is said that Romans were not very fond of theatres but since it was the capital it could no go without theatrical games.

There are many other monuments which leave us awe-struck on how our ancestors built such awesome structures. Play the fun quiz to know which of these you built in your previous life.

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“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    Which natural wonder would you have honored in a past life?

    • The sun
    • The stars
    • The earth
    • Water
    • Other
  • Question of

    What would you most want your monument to commemorate?

    • Religion/God
    • Royalty
    • The arts
    • Government
    • Human kind
    • Other
  • Question of

    What kind of authority do you most believe in?

    • Centralized
    • Decentralized
    • Mixed
    • Other
  • Question of

    What type of environment do you most enjoy?

    • Dry
    • Wet and warm
    • Sunny and hot
    • Mild and mixed
    • Other
  • Question of

    What about history most fascinates you?

    • War
    • Literature/art
    • World leaders
    • Religion
    • Architecture
    • Other
  • Question of

    What religion do you identify with?

    • Christianity
    • Judaism
    • Islam
    • Deities
    • Catholicism
    • Other
  • Question of

    Which country would you most like to visit?

    • United Kingdom
    • Greece
    • Mexico
    • Egypt
    • Other
    • Italy
  • Question of

    What do you believe was the most important part of an ancient civilization?

    • Art/culture
    • Trade
    • Government
    • Religion
    • Other
  • Question of

    If you could learn any language, which would you choose?

    • Italian
    • Spanish
    • Chinese
    • Greek
    • Arabic
    • Other
  • Question of

    Which era in history would you most like to live in?

    • Egyptian times
    • The Classical Period
    • The Renaissance
    • The Bronze Age
    • Other
  • Question of

    How successful do you feel?

    • Very
    • Less than I’d like
    • More than I expected
    • About the right amount
  • Question of

    What’s your idea of a good time?

    • Conjugating verbs
    • Building roads
    • Writing stories
    • Meeting people
  • Question of

    How do you keep your friends close?

    • I send them thoughtful notes.
    • I invite them to visit.
    • I send thoughtful gifts.
    • I give them compliments.
  • Question of

    What industry do you find the most interesting?

    • The arts
    • Construction
    • Finance
    • Tech
  • Question of

    What style of art do you like the most?

    • Old Masters paintings
    • Baroque paintings
    • Sculpting
    • Architecture

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