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    Afrique Française (L'). Bulletin Mensuel du Comité de
    l'Afrique Française. Paris, 21, rue Cassette.
    Bernard, Augustin. Le Maroc. Paris, F. Alcan, 1916.
    Budgett-Meakin. The Land of the Moors. London, 1902.
    Châtelain, L. Recherches archéologiques au Maroc: Volubilis.
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    Les Fouilles de Volubilis (Extrait du Bulletin Archéologique,
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    Cochelet, Charles. Le Naufrage du Brick Sophie.
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    intitulée "L'Interprète qui s'exprime clairement sur les dynasties de
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    Plastiques et Industriels. Paris, A. Picard et Fils, 1907.
    Saladin, H. Manuel d'Art Musulman, I, L'Architecture.
    Paris, A. Picard et Fils, 1907.
    Segonzac, Marquis de. Voyages au Maroc. Paris, 1903.
    Au Coeur de l'Atlas. Paris, 1910.
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    l'Université des Annales, 15 Oct., 1 Nov., 1918).
    Windus. A Journey to Mequinez. London, 1721.


    Abou-el Abbas ("The Golden")
    Abou Hassan
    Agdal, olive-yards of the
    Aïd-el-Kebir, the
    Aïssaouas, 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 Salé
    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-Ismaël'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
    Châtelain, M. Louis
    Chella, ruins of
    Cherifian dynasties, the
    architecture of
    Children, Moroccan,
    in the harem
    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 Salé
    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
    Doutté, 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-Mansour, Yacoub
    Elmansour, palace of
    Empress Mother, the
    English emissaries,
    visit of, to Meknez
    Exhibitions, planned by General Lyautey
    Ezziani, chronicler of Moulay-Ismaël

    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
    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

    Idriss I
    Idriss II
    Idrissite empire, the
    Inns, Moroccan

    Jews, of Sefrou
    treatment of North African

    Kairouan, the Aïssaouas of
    Great Mosque of
    Kairouiyin, mosque of _See_ El
    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-Ismaël
    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 Salé
    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
    at Fez
    at Salé
    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 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-Ismaël, 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
    Oudayas, the, Kasbah of
    Medersa of

    Palaces, Moroccan, the Bahia
    at Fez
    at Meknez
    of Moulay-Ismaël
    Phenicians, the, African explorations of
    Pilgrimage to Salé, a
    Population, Moroccan, varied elements of
    Ports, Moroccan
    Portugal, the Holy War against
    Pottery, Berber
    Potters' Field, the

    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"
    Salé, first view of
    type of untouched Moroccan city
    bazaar of
    Medersas of
    market of
    colors of
    Schools, in Morocco
    Sedrata, ruins of
    market-place of
    men and women of
    Jewish colony of
    Settat, oasis of
    Sheep, sacrifice of the
    Slaves, Moroccan
    trade in white
    _Sloughi_, bronze, at Volubilis
    Spain, the Holy War against
    Spanish zone, the, German intrigue in
    Stables, of Meknez
    Stewart, Commodore
    Street of the Weavers (Moulay Idriss)
    Streets, Moroccan

    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

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