Which century do you belong to?

Thursday 6 November 2008, 11.05am HKT


Middle Ages (AD 400-1400)

25% Ancient, 38% Medieval, 13% Renaissance, 0% Early-Modern, 38% Modern, 25% Post-Modern!

In these times, people rediscovered scrolls from ancient times and tried to give a new twist to it. People mostly looked at their past, and tried to understand how the world was now with what happened in the past, that was new. The future was not so very much in sight.

It was a conservative time. Christianity was at its peak and writings and teachings should be according to it. People thought we should appreciate all that God had given us and by content with that.

New thoughts were coming up in these times, but it was very slow process.

Compared with other takers:

  • 84/100 = 38% on Medieval, higher than 84% of your peers.
  • 58/100 = 38% on Modern, higher than 58% of your peers.
  • 48/100 = 25% on Ancient, higher than 48% of your peers.
  • 13/100 = 25% on Post-Modern, higher than 13% of your peers.
  • 13/100 = 13% on Renaissance, higher than 13% of your peers.
  • 22/100 = 0% on Early-Modern, higher than 22% of your peers.

(Which Century Do You Belong To Test)

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