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  • Pisces (February 19 - March 20) on Random Historical Time Period You Are, Based On Your Zodiac

    (#12) Pisces (February 19 - March 20)

    Another Water sign, Pisces is emotional and gentle. They’re acknowledged for being selfless and empathetic, but they're also known for their artistic abilities. Pisceans are thoughtful people and they love finding new ways to express themselves, whether through music, art, or anything else that emphasizes their talents. Pisces would be most at home in the Renaissance era. 

    Following the Middle Ages, the Renaissance marks the period from the 14th century to the 17th century. It was a time focused on artistic, cultural, political, and economic reform. Great thinkers and artists, such as Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Hobbes, Dante, William Shakespeare, Donatello, and Michelangelo, dominated this time period. It was an era of art, self-expression, and significant advancements across all areas of society. Most importantly, it embraced the idea of focusing on the individual human and honoring their achievements in many forms. 

    Much like the Renaissance, Pisces focuses on the value of the individual. Pisces sees each person as their own being worthy of love and support. They have a special appreciation for art and self-expression that not all zodiac signs can relate to. Pisces would thrive in the creative energy of the Renaissance.

  • Virgo (August 23 - September 22) on Random Historical Time Period You Are, Based On Your Zodiac

    (#6) Virgo (August 23 - September 22)

    There's no zodiac sign quite as analytical and practical as Virgo. Methodical in every detail of their life, Virgos will examine and reexamine everything they touch about a million times simply to ensure they didn't mess up a tiny detail. While they have a soft heart, they much prefer to ignore their innermost feelings in favor of a sensible, realistic approach to the world. 

    Virgo is definitely the Age of Enlightenment. Starting in the late 17th century and ending in the early 19th century, Enlightenment, also known as the Age of Reason, focused on rational thought above all else. Enlightenment thinkers questioned the systems that had been in place for years, and argued that progress could be made most successfully through the application of reason and logic. While Enlightenment took different forms in different areas of the world, each Enlightenment movement focused on questioning the world and its established traditions, analyzing the efficacy of accepted systems, and applying reason to find improved solutions. 

    Enlightenment and Virgo are practically one and the same. Both appreciate a methodical, well-structured approach to the world. Both believe that everything can be solved through intellect and reason. Both have a tendency to get too caught up in the details, often missing the larger picture in favor of trivial facts. There's no other historical time period that captures the essence of a Virgo quite so well.

  • Libra (September 23 - October 22) on Random Historical Time Period You Are, Based On Your Zodiac

    (#7) Libra (September 23 - October 22)

    Libra is a breath of fresh air. Peaceful and fair, this diplomatic zodiac sign wants to ensure everyone feels heard and respected. Libras understand the importance of cooperating with their fellow man to find solutions. Their main goal is justice and equality, but they'll do everything they can to avoid conflict in the process of fighting for what's right. 

    Ancient Greece, which stretched from the years 700 to 480 BCE, embraced Libra's sense of cooperation and diplomacy. It was during this time that the polis, or city-state, was invented. These individual villages established governments and a set of laws that guided their citizens. It was also during this time democracy made one of its first historical appearances. An Athenian leader, Cleisthenes, created this political system that allowed representatives from the people to make important decisions regarding the present and future of the community. 

    Much like Libra, Ancient Greece functioned on a desire to keep peace while simultaneously striving for justice. People worked together to achieve their goals, creating a system that depended on social relationships with the people in a given community. While Libras are indecisive and afraid of conflict, their desire for equality and teamwork outweighs their less appealing qualities. They would thrive in Ancient Greece, no doubt about it.

  • Aquarius (January 20 - February 18) on Random Historical Time Period You Are, Based On Your Zodiac

    (#11) Aquarius (January 20 - February 18)

    Although sometimes temperamental and aloof, Aquarius is also the most progressive of the zodiac signs. As a highly intellectual member of the zodiac, Aquarius focuses most of their energy on humanitarian efforts. They can't stand to see injustice or mistreatment. To fight the evil that takes place in the world, Aquarius dedicates their time to helping others and creating lasting change. They would fit most comfortably in the historical Victorian Era

    Taking place almost in conjunction with the First Industrial Revolution, the Victorian Era marked the reign of England’s Queen Victoria from 1837 until 1901. While the Industrial Revolution brought changes in industry, the Victorian Era focused on political and social reform. The British Empire abolished slavery, the people called for a more democratic sytem of government, and the government used a firmer hand in controlling the activity of its citizens. While the era saw a rise in technological advancements, the humanitarian reforms focused on creating a better quality of life for British citizens. 

    Aquarius would fit right in with the Victorian Era. A sign with a gentle heart and a desire to fight for what's right, Aquarius would relish the opportunity to make real and lasting change.

  • Aries (March 21 - April 19) on Random Historical Time Period You Are, Based On Your Zodiac

    (#1) Aries (March 21 - April 19)

    Aries-born are aggressive and competitive. Unwilling to settle for anything less than first place, Aries is always looking to expand their influence and show off their many skills. They're all about action and will often move forward before they even consider their final destination. 

    If Aries could be explained through a historical time period, they would definitely be Ancient Rome. Beginning in the eighth century BCE and ending in the fifth century CE, the Ancient Roman period encompassed the rise of the Roman Empire, which grew from a small town on the Tiber into a power that spread across most of Europe, Britain, northern Africa, the Mediterranean islands, and western Asia. It was a time focused on expansion and the spread of Roman power, by any means necessary. 

    The aggressive and vicious nature of this era mimics Aries’s own desire to conquer their enemies. If they had the power, Aries would happily extend their influence everywhere and make it known that they're the best, despite what anyone else might think.

  • Scorpio (October 23 - November 21): The Scientific Revolution   on Random Historical Time Period You Are, Based On Your Zodiac

    (#8) Scorpio (October 23 - November 21): The Scientific Revolution  

    Scorpio is perhaps one of the most difficult zodiac signs to understand. Emotional and passionate, this Water sign hides all their feelings under a calm and aloof demeanor. Although you can never predict their next move, one aspect of their personality stands out - they're a research-driven sign. With a tendency to be suspicious and distrustful, Scorpio won't believe anything unless they have hard evidence that backs up a claim. Simultaneously resourceful and stubborn, you can count on Scorpio to have all the information you're looking for. 

    When it comes to historical time periods, Scorpio is definitely the Scientific Revolution. In the 16th and 17th centuries, there was a huge shift in scientific thought. Instead of the abstract logic of earlier periods, the Scientific Revolution stressed common sense and structured thought. It was during this time the first scientific method was invented. People chose to focus on quantitative facts and questions that could actually be answered, rather than philosophical theories that could have a variety of responses. The discipline of science rose in popularity, leading to a utilitarian viewpoint that dominated the world during that time. 

    While Scorpio certainly has strong emotions, they also believe every question has an answer. They will research until they find out the truth of a situation, using their decisive, rational point of view to find a solution. Their mindset perfectly fits with the analytical nature of the Scientific Revolution.

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Mesopotamian astrology to facilitate the study and observation of many stars in the sky, people divided the sky into a number of regions, each region is a constellation. It is difficult to say exactly when the concept of the Constellation began, and this type of astronomical knowledge was understood long before the written records. The constellations probably took their name from the early seafaring sailors. The origins of constellations may vary from culture to culture, but as civilizations expand and influence each other, the culture of constellations also involves a process of merging.

This random tool generates 12 items describing the different constellations they represent for different historical periods. There is the ancient Roman period, there is the Middle Ages, there is the romantic era, but also the ancient Egyptian era.

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