1) What is the oldest thing you own?
2) What is the oldest home you've lived in?
3) What is the oldest book you've read?
4) What is the oldest electronic device that you still use?
5) What is the oldest work of art/architecture that you've seen?
1. Hmm, I have a couple of my mother's cookbooks that date back to the early 1920s.
2. I've never lived in a house/home, except from 1-3 years old and it was a nearly built house. The place where we are living now was built in 1980, so I will choose that.
3. I will refer back to the cookbooks of #1. And, yes, I have read them, cover-to-cover.
4. We have a trim line phone that we bought new in the 70's. I'm not sure if it qualifies or not, but it still works and we still use it.
5. We have been to Rome, Pompeii, Crete, Athens, in 2018 and Terracotta warriors of Emperor Xi'an (210–209 BCE) which we saw on a visit to China - they are all contenders. The winner is the The Ring of Brodgar (2500 BC and 2000 BC.) in the Orkenys.
Now it's your turn.