ooked,▓ a half dozen ragged Arabs w●ere prying off
the top of a gr●eat pillar and loading the fragments in●to a dilapidated feluca.
A narrow street th▓rough the center of the town for▓ms the boundary between her two
religions.▓ To the north dwell Christians, to the south M●etawalies, Mohammedans of
men do not● cover t
heir faces, but tattoo their foreheads, ▓cheeks, and hand