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Egypt is simply jam-packed with some of the most famous, spectacular, historically important sights on earth. Appolodorus, who lived in the first century before our era, commented on Egypt as Negroes: Aristotle � an ancient Greek philosopher, a disciple of Plato � in a naive way showed that the Egyptians were black, hear him: �Those who are too black are cowards, like for instance the Egyptians and the Ethiopians, but those who are excessively white are also cowards as we can see from the example of women, the complexion of courage is between the two�.

Pages: 396

Publisher: Peeters Bvba (January 1996)

ISBN: 9042929456

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