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Re: N-tier architecture
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According to Herodotus, the population contained two indigenous races (Libyans and Ethiopians) and two immigrant races (Greeks and Phoenicians).

One thing more also I can add concerning this region, namely, that, so far as our knowledge reaches, four nations, and no more, inhabit it; and two of these nations are indigenous, while two are not. The two indigenous are the Libyans and Ethiopians, who dwell respectively in the north and the south of Libya. The Phoenicians and the Greek are in-comers.

Herodotus - The Histories - Page 757

Herodotus. Book 4, Chapter 197.

197. These be the Libyan tribes of which I am able to give the names; and most of these cared little then, and indeed care little now, for the king of the Medes. One thing more also I can add concerning this region, namely, that, so far as our knowledge reaches, four nations, and no more, inhabit it; and two of these nations are indigenous, while two are not. The two indigenous are the Libyans and Ethiopians, who dwell respectively in the north and the south of Libya. The Phoenicians and the Greek are immigrants..