When we observe the history and heritage of great civilizations, we notice that we had almost always to do with civilizations we can define as "multicultural", even if such a concept did not exist in those times. Mesopotamia, Persia, Hellenistic States, and ancient Rome at the time of their splendour, Arab-Muslim empires during the Middle Ages, Mongol-Yuan Chinese empire, of Mongol Indies, Polish-Lithuanian-Ruthenian "Republic of the Two Nations", Soviet Union, United States - those are some examples of states and civilizations that, not taking into account our own opinions and feelings concerning their political regime or legitimacy, managed to have a strong influence on their development of human culture, art and political, social, ideological, theological, economical, scientific or legal culture.
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