Persians' Contributions to the World
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The ancient Persian civilization can be considered one of the most scientific civilizations of the ancient world because of its many inventions. Now present-day Iran, Persia can be credited with such inventions as the refrigerator, the battery, and sulfuric acid, the concept of quarantine, and many more, all of which were very advanced for the period. These inventions were simple and made use of the available resources in the region. The potential of these discoveries may not have been fully understood in ancient Persia as they are still evolving in the modern world. Nonetheless, it shows how advanced this civilization was. We will take a look at some significant and overlooked inventions by ancient Persians as well as Persians during 9th to 18th centuries that we use in the our daily lives and never think about their origins. And how have Persians contributed today to the world?
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