I playing Emperor against 7 Civs. It's a huge landmass and I'm playing Domination only for the win. I took out China, America, India, Russians, Aztecs. It is now 1848. France and Greece are left. Greece is as strong as you can get and France isn't far behind. I'm a micro-manager player and during the entire game, I have been as extremely generous as I can be with each turn to all civs. And now I'm going to brag. Germany was the last Civ I took. I had a made diplomatic deals with both remaining civs and both went heavily toward Germany. When I saw them making good on our diplomatic agreements, I strategized a plan to trap both their armies upon a sliver of land where I purposely left one German city--at the top of the land. They all came running for that last remaining city. Once they all slipped in I brought in workers and built fortresses across a 5 block span where that sliver of land narrowed and then I fortified it with a crapload of Mechs. They've been caged up there for 4 turns now and are still gracious toward me (Trapped is around 160 units of mixed tech units and all but me have completed all the modern-day sciences). Just before I boxed them in, my golden age had ended. Now 5 turns later I started another golden age and a bunch of my major cities went into disorder. Since 2002 I've played at least 40 games of CIV3 to completion. And a lot more I've started and forgotten about. I have never had two golden ages. One thing that was different in this game was that I've never come being back from over 8,000 points and being way behind like I was but for some gut feeling I thought there was a chance and holy crap look at me now. LOL All my cities that were in disorder? All I had to do was change one Taxman to an Entertainer and suddenly my city is full of nothing but happy citizens like during a Golden Age. Strange. So I thought I'd brag a little and also ask if any of you have ever experienced two golden ages.