National Geographic : 1931 Jun
(g) National Geographic Society OLD WARRIORS GUARD THE FORMER EMPEROR'S TOMB King Menelik II gained the reverence of his subjects because he ruled his country with a firm hand and a loving heart. His mausoleum is one of the finest buildings in the Capital. It is the custom for a visiting diplomat to place a wreath at the tomb. Natural Color Photographs by W. Robert Moore MUSIC GLADDENS THE ETHIOPIAN'S HEART Itinerant Walamo musicians produce queer airs on their long pipes of bamboo and animal horns. The interesting music produced bythe com bination of the different pipes isoften accompanied bydancing. The drum provides the cadence.