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Institution School Title Course Title The Role of Racism and tribalism in the Ancient Greece
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The Role of Racism and tribalism in the Ancient Greece Introduction The ancient Greece was a strong empire that had taken over many parts of Europe and Asian nations. During their era, they had conquered so many nations, and they were highly feared by everyone who heard about them. The superiority of foreigners in the Greece Kingdom was becoming an issue to Roman Empire, and this was seen as the source of racism that was being experienced in the Roman Empire (Ross and Hook 2007). The primary role of this article is to examine the role the superiority of foreigners in running the Roman Empire. However, the paper will examine both the role of racism and tribalism in the Greek Empire. However, the issue of racism in the Ancient was not based on skin colour as it happens in the modern world (Lee 2016). However, in the ancient Greece was based on different things. In many parts of the ancient Greece Empire black people were not treated unfairly as it has been taking place in various regions of the modern world. Ethiopians were viewed as superior people, but they never regarded the blacks from other regions of the world as weak races, but instead, they treated them with a lot of respect. In the Ancient Greece, racism and tribalism were based on the language spoken by a stranger. In many occasions, foreigners in the ancient Roman Empire found it hard to share their words with people who had been living in the ancient Roman Empire for many years (Whitley 2012). The inhabitants of
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the central region of the Roman Empire felt superior when compared to people from other parts of the Roman Empire. This was because people living
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