INDEX Abdallah-ben-Aissa Abd-el-Aziz Abd-el-Hafid Abd-el-Kader Abd-el-Moumen Abou-el Abbas ("The Golden") Abou Hassan Abou-Youssef Agdal, olive-yards of the Ahmed-Baba Ahmed-el-Hiba Aid-el-Kebir, the Aissaouas, the, of Kairouan dance of Algeria, French conquest of Almohads, the, invasion of Morocco by architecture of Almoravids, the, invasion of Morocco by destruction of architecture of Andalusian Moors, the, mosque of Arabs, conquest of Morocco by Architecture, Moroccan, four basic conditions of four groups of of the Almohad dynasty of the Cherifian dynasties of the Merinid dynasty the Saadian mausoleum the collegiate building the fortress the mosque the private house Art, Moroccan, sources of influence on disappearance of treasures of and Moorish art Ba-Ahmed, builder of the Bahia Bab F'touh cemetery, at Fez Bahia, the, palace of, at Marrakech apartment of Grand Vizier's Favourite in Bazaars, of Fez of Marrakech of Sale Beni-Merins See Merinids Berbers, the attack of, on Fez origins of dialects of nomadic character of heresy and schisms of Bernard, M. Augustin Black Guard, the Sultan's uniform of Moulay-Ismael's method of raising Blue Men of the Sahara, the Bou-Jeloud, palace of Bugeaud, Marshal Carthage, African colonies of Casablanca, exhibitions at port of Catholics, in Morocco Cemetery, El Alou Bab F'touh Chatelain, M. Louis Chella, ruins of Cherifian dynasties, the architecture of Children, Moroccan, in the harem negro training of, for Black Guard Chleuh boys, dance of Christians, captive, and the building of Meknez religious liberty to, in Africa Clocks, in Sultan's harem at Rabat Cochelet, Charles, his "Naufrage du Brick Sophie" Colleges, at Fez at Sale Moslem architecture of Moroccan Colors, of North African towns Commerce, Moroccan Conti, Princesse de Convention of Fez, the Courts of Justice, Moroccan Crowds, Moroccan street Culture, in North Africa Dance, of Chleuh boys of the Hamadchas Dawn, in Africa Djebilets, the Doutte, M. Dust-storm, at Marrakech Education, in Morocco Elakhdar, mosque of El Alou, cemetery of El Andalous, mosque of Elbah (Old Fez) harems of Eldjid (New Fez) palaces of founding of El Kairouiyin, mosque of the praying-hall of the court of ablutions of legend of the tortoise of El-Ksar El-Mansour, Yacoub Elmansour, palace of Empress Mother, the English emissaries, visit of, to Meknez Exhibitions, planned by General Lyautey Ezziani, chronicler of Moulay-Ismael Fatimites, the Fez, the approach to unchanged character of ruins of Merinid tombs of the upper or new old summer-palace at night in antiquity of palaces of the inns at streets of a city of wealth the merchant of bazaars of a melancholy city twilight in the shrines of mosque of Moulay Idriss at mosque of El Kairouiyinat the University of Medersas of mosque of El Andalous at Bab F'touh cemetery of the potters of art and culture of the Mellah of harems of Old the Convention of uprising in attack of Berbers on exhibitions at Moslem college at founding of Almoravid conquest of centre of Moroccan learning Catholic diocese at massacres at Fez Elbali Fez Eldjid Fondak Nedjanne, the Fortifications, Moroccan, architecture of Foucauld, Vicomte de Franco-German treaty of 1911 French Protectorate in Morocco, work of French, conquests in Morocco at Fez Furniture, disappearance of Merinid Ghilis, the Gouraud, General Hamadch, tomb of Hamadchas, the, ritual dance of Harem in old Fez an Imperial in Marrakech in old Rabat Hassan, Sultan Hassan, tower of, at Rabat Hassanians, the, rule of Holy War, the, against France against Spain and Portugal Hospitals, in Morocco Houses, Moroccan, architecture of color of plan of rich private Ibn-Toumert Idriss I Idriss II Idrissite empire, the Inns, Moroccan Jews, of Sefrou treatment of North African Kairouan, the Aissaouas of Great Mosque of Kairouiyin, mosque of See El Kairouiyin Kalaa, ruins of Kenitra, port of Koechlin, M. Raymond Koutoubya, tower of the Lamothe, General Land, area of cultivated, in Morocco Louis XIV, and Moulay-Ismael Lunel, M. Tranchant de Lyautey, General at Sultan's court appointed Resident-General in Morocco military occupation of Morocco by policy of economic development of Morocco achieved by summary of work of Maclean, Sir Harry Mamora, forest of Mangin, General Mansourah, mosque of Market, of Marrakech in Moulay Idriss of Sale of Sefrou Marrakech, the road to founders of tower of the Koutoubya at palace of the Bahia at the lamp-lighters of mixed population of bazaars of the "morocco" workers of olive-yards of the Menara of a holiday of merchants of the Square of the Dead in French administration office at fruit-market of dance of Chleuh boys in Saadian tombs of a harem in taken by the French Catholic diocese at Chapel of the Tombs at Medersa, the, of the Oudayas Attarine at Fez at Sale architecture of Mehedyia, Phenician colony of Meknez, building of the Kasbah of palaces of stables of entrance into ruins of sunken gardens of visit of English emissaries to Mellah, of Fez of Sefrou Menara, the, in the Agdal Mequinez See Meknez Merinids, the, tombs of, at Fez conquest of Morocco by architecture of Mirador, the Imperial Moorish art Mosque, of Elakhador of El Andalous of El Kairouiyin of Kairouan of Mansourah of Rabat of Tinmel of Tunisia architecture of Moroccan Moulay Hafid Moulay-el-Hassan Moulay Idriss I, rule of tomb of Moulay Idriss II, tomb of rule of Moulay Idriss, Sacred City of Street of the Weavers in feast of the Hamadchas in market-place of whiteness of founding of Moulay-Ismael, and Louis XIV exploits of mausoleum of Moulay Idriss enlarged by Meknez built by the Black Guard of description of palaces of and English emissaries death of rule of successors of Moulay Youssef Nedjarine, fountain and inn of Night, in Fez Oases, Moroccan Marrakech Sefrou Settat Oudayas, the, Kasbah of Medersa of Palaces, Moroccan, the Bahia Bou-Jeloud at Fez at Meknez of Moulay-Ismael Phenicians, the, African explorations of Pilgrimage to Sale, a Population, Moroccan, varied elements of Ports, Moroccan Portugal, the Holy War against Pottery, Berber Potters' Field, the Rabat Tower of Hassan at ruins of mosque at called "Camp of Victory" Sacrifice of the Sheep at Sultan's harem of visit to a harem in old exhibitions at port of Moslem college at Central Laboratory at Railways, Moroccan, built by French Protectorate Rarb, the Roads, Moroccan, built by French Protectorate Romans, the, African explorations of Saadian Sultans, the, history of tombs of rule of Sacrifice of the Sheep, the Saint-Amand, M. de Saladin, M. H., his "Manual of Moslem Architecture" Sale, first view of type of untouched Moroccan city bazaar of Medersas of market of colors of Schools, in Morocco Sedrata, ruins of Sefrou market-place of men and women of Jewish colony of Senegal Settat, oasis of Sheep, sacrifice of the Sidi-Mohammed Slaves, Moroccan trade in white Sloughi, bronze, at Volubilis Soudan Spain, the Holy War against Spanish zone, the, German intrigue in Stables, of Meknez Stewart, Commodore Street of the Weavers (Moulay Idriss) Streets, Moroccan Tangier colors of taken by the French Tetuan, bronze chandelier of Timbuctoo, the Sultanate of Tingitanian Mauretania Tinmel, ruins of mosque at Tlemcen, the conflict for Touaregs, the Tower, of Hassan of the Koutoubya Tunisia, Almohad sanctuary of Vandals, the, African invasion by Veiled Men, the Versailles and Meknez Villages, "sedentary" Volubilis, ruins of bronze sloughi of founded by Romans Wedding, Jewish, procession bringing gifts for Windus, John Women, Moroccan, dress of of Sefrou of the harems in Sultan's harem in harems of Old Fez in harem of Marrakech in harem of Rabat negro Yacoub-el-Mansour Youssef-ben-Tachfin ***END OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK IN MOROCCO*** ******* This file should be named 11104.txt or 11104.zip ******* This and all associated files of various formats will be found in: http://www.gutenberg.net/1/1/1/0/11104 Updated editions will replace the previous one--the old editions will be renamed.
A marble bust of the Prince, by Bosio, is placed at the entrance.
So I walked all the way round the house, and came and stood below him on his left hand where the house cast impenetrable shadow; but though I took my time and moved stealthily he heard me and passed me a letter through the veranda rails, accepting the pistol in exchange without comment.
Worthy of especial notice is the colored kneeling effigy of Martin, Recorder of London, and Reader of the Middle Temple, 1615.
The door opened slowly--and there came through it a curious-looking figure.
His discourse powerfully affected the heathen monarch, who was burdened with the heavy sins of a tumultuous youth; and this was particularly the case when the monk pointed out to him on an icon, which represented the last judgment, the different lot of the just and of the wicked.
And he: "If I were made of leaded glass, Thine outward image I should not attract Sooner to me than I imprint the inner.
Arm'd with her ivory beak, and talon-hands, 80 Descending FICA dives into the sands; Chamber'd in earth with cold oblivion lies; Nor heeds, ye Suitor-train, your amorous sighs; Erewhile with renovated beauty blooms, Mounts into air, and moves her leafy plumes.
From the notices of Hogarth's portraits we select the following:-- "Hogarth's Portrait of Henry Fielding, executed after death from recollection, is remarkable as being the only likeness extant of the prince of English novelists.
It was built entirely of white marble, and esteemed one of the finest specimens of architecture.
but before the hunter had discharged his piece, he corrected himself to "Beaver!"--"Hedgehog!"
These obscure states of unconscious representation, which are present in the mind of man along with states of clear consciousness, make up, in the lowest grade of existence, the whole life of the monad.
As blankly inexperienced of painting and sculpture as any Bushmen, they received this sudden enormous dose of those arts with an instant, self-preservatory incapacity to swallow even a small amount of them.
There he stands, holding the gifts towards the amorphous simulacrum of the primeval Mother, while Rama the hierophant beseeches her to send the spirit of the dead Chandrabai into the winnowing-fan.
Among the different Kinds of Representation, Statuary is the most natural, and shews us something likest the Object that is represented.
On this stood a terra-cotta statuette of Harlequin.
Silhouetted against the streak of dying red was the upper half of Jack Harpe's torso.