National Geographic : 1928 Jan
DALMATIAN DAYS A PAGEANT IN STONE On the exterior of the rear wall of the Sibenik Cathedral, an Unknown Carver has wrought a human comedy in a frieze of some 70 small heads. They constitute a Canterbury pilgrimage etched in stone (see text, page 58). Photographs by Melville Chater THE DAISY BUSINESS FLOURISHES IN TROGIR The workman is raking daisy heads to and fro on a canvas-covered pavement at the quay. When they are dry he will put them into bags for export as a basis for insect powder (see, also, text, page 64).