In Greece and Iran, Jones argues that the ancient Greeks and Persians were far from the Roman view of being effeminate and addicted to luxury. The Greeks valued science and mathematics, ... See full summary »

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In Greece and Iran, Jones argues that the ancient Greeks and Persians were far from the Roman view of being effeminate and addicted to luxury. The Greeks valued science and mathematics, while the Persians had initially allowed multiculturalism among the different ethnic groups of its empire (until years of war with Rome). Written by Rich Mallery

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