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    As the Poleis began to trade more widely, they cam in to contact with peoples and cultures of Egypt and Near East. These ancient,literate and brilliant civilisations with their rich culture and art forms awed and astonished the Greeks. (Louis Armstrong playing for his wife at the Great Pyramid of Giza)

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    Louis Armstrong and his wife in Egypt, 1961. Oh What a Wonderful World:)

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    52 Colorized Historical Photos Louis Armstrong plays to his wife, Lucille, in Cairo, Egypt 1961

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    Louis Armstrong plays for his wife, Lucille, in front of the Sphinx and Great pyramids in Giza, Egypt. #louisarmstrong

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