"According to a report from Herodotus dating from about 45 B.C., whenever the ancient Persians made a decision following sober deliberation, they would always reconsider the matter under the influence of wine.
Tacitus claims that during Roman times the Germans too had a custom of arriving at each decision twice, once sober, once drunk".
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