National Geographic : 1935 Jun
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE WHAT TALES OF SLAUGHTER THESE OLD PORTUGUESE GUNS COULD TELL! Relics of the days when the hosts of Barbary challenged Europe and harried the Mediterranean, these bronze pieces now lie forgotten in the section of Rabat dominated by the ancient fortress of the Oudaiya. NATIVE GIRLS OF FEDALA POSE UNVEILED But the habits of centuries generally prevail among the Moors, and feminine faces are rarely revealed outside the women's quarters. The features of this group bespeak the admixture of races in North Africa, which has known the Arab, Berber, Jew, and Negro; the Carthaginian and Roman.