Rhythm of Life by ProQuest

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Mathematicians and architects insist that a hexagonal room (six walls built around a floor-the "six around one" principle) provides the most efficient perimeter to area ratio and requires the least amount of wall material per square foot of floor space. According to the ancient historian Josephus, writing in his book Against Apion, "The masses have long since shown a keen desire to adopt our religious observances; and there is not one city, Greek or barbarian, nor a single nation, to which our custom of abstaining from work on the seventh day has not spread."

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