City -- #56.3 The Gallugos under the leadership of King
Gallu have built a city in Pal-ul-don. We only see part of the King’s
chamber. #71.1 Gallugo City is plagued by lions the Cathneans have
turned loose because they have too many of them. The city is close
to the swamp. They threaten to go to war with the Cathneans because
of the lion problem.
Number -- 56.3+71.1
Village -- Tarzan learns from the Arabs that they have taken
their captured animals to Gambah Village, a town on the coast of Africa.
The animals are held in cages in a compound of an animal buyer.
They will be shipped to Europe by steamship when sufficient numbers have
been collected. Tarzan and a number of the apes sail the Arab’s dhow
to the village. Tarzan shoots the animal buyer and the Arabs with
their own tranquilizer arrows and rescues the animals. He leaves
a note warning them not to mess with the Isle of Apes ever again.
The animal buyer believes the threat and leaves the village.
Number -- 55.3
of the Black Cloaks -- In a strange valley across a river lies
the natural amphitheater that is the home of the Black Cloak Baboons, their
gardens checkerboard the valley. The baboons use monkeys to work
their fields. They live in caves in the mountains that surround the
valley. They gain access to the caves by climbing up vines.
There is a secret tunnel that leads to the top of the mountain. A
rock covers the opening. Tarzan and Borok, the ape, roll a rock over
Number -- 79.1
of the Giants -- The Gateway of the Giants is a series of projecting
stones that marks the way to the city of the Hidden Ones. Batuti
captured Princess Kendra there before she can place a gold leaf at the
tomb of her forefathers before the planting season. Tarzan rescues
her. The Batuti pursue them to the Gateway of the Giants. Kendra
insists on performing her duty. She has a key that opens a pivot
door in the stones. They have to hide from the Batuti in the tomb.
The tomb has gold mummy cases for the royalty. The Batuti blow up
the door with gunpowder. They take the two coffins in which Tarzan
and Kendra are hiding.
Number -- 119.1
Village -- the lost race of Giants live inside an extinct volcano.
Their buildings are Old English Cottages. They
keep sacrificial humans in huts. They also keep animals, which they
believe are gods, in cave-like openings. The humans are scarified
in a walled in area. When Tarzan uses dynamite on the Giants, it
awakens the volcano, which erupts and destroys the village.
Number -- 37.1
course -- in the middle of Africa. Two golfers try to drive
the baboons off of the course by throwing golf balls at them. The
baboons catch the balls and throw them back, thus driving the golfers into
Number -- A#3.4
of Baboons -- After leaving the Arab market city of Marrach,
Tarzan reads the tracks of the bandits of Sheik Ali Ben Yussuf laying in
wait to ambush him and the good laden Beni Adhemi. The Jungle Lord
leads them through the Gorge of Baboons by bribing the apes with fruit.
Ali and his men attempt to follow the caravan. The baboons attack
them with rocks because the bandits do not provide them with fruit.
The bandits use up all their ammunition on the baboons; this makes them
vulnerable to the rifles of the Beni Adhemi.
Number -- A#5.4
city -- A walled city is the home of talking gorillas.
It has domed buildings, some columns, a Greek temple front as an arch,
and a statue of a human. Tarzan states that there are at least 10,000
bolgani in the city. Tarzan and the Lost Legion defeat the gorillas
and free the human slaves with the help of Goliath. The Lost Legion
takes possession of the city. (It is unclear if this is city Ara-thol of
Number -- 41.2
Peak -- Tarzan and Captain Peter Van Dulst search the mountains
by airplane for the missing Hauser expedition. Hans Hauser contacts
them by radio. They land near the Gourambi Peak and rescue him.
Tarzan stays behind to investigate Hans’ report of Abominable Show Men
like creatures. Tarzan discovers the Snow Men’s cave home and rescues
a search plane pilot. There are at least seven of the Snow Men living
on the Gourambi Peak. (See Gourambi Range)
Number -- 87.2
Range -- A#5.2 Tarzan and Buto ride Tantor to the Gourambi range
in the search of Nandi Bears. They find instead a lost race of giant
Vikings. They live in a fertile valley in the mountains. They
enshrine their bravest hunters and huntresses behind a wall of ice in an
Tarzan and d’Arnot travel to the Gourambi Range to rescue Dr. Henri Dumont.
They land their plane in a ‘saddle’ outside the mountains. They pass
through traps to find the lost city of Mokar and rescue the doctor.
(See: Gourambi Peak)
37.6 Tarzan and Raoul d’Arnot search the Gourambi Range from their plane.
They are seeking Colonel Paul d’Arnot who crashed in the mountains.
Despite the snowstorm they land on a flat area in the mountains.
On their way down the mountain they run into the giant Vikings who help
them rescue Paul from the Skirlings.
Number -- A#5.2+81.1+No. 37.6
telegraph station -- Boy flies to the government telegraph
station with the note that Tarzan gave him for Dr. Louis d’Arnot to bring
medicine for Dombie’s infection. The telegraph operator recognizes
Number -- 61.2
Bog -- Near Tarzan’s tree house, Boy and Dombie search the great
bog for a white tree orchid for Jane. They find one but are forced
into the muddy bog to escape a black panther. Tarzan kills the panther
and rescues them.
Number -- 105.2
Lake -- (see Lake of Lutor)
Swamp -- a marsh area, which protects Pal-ul-don from the outside
world. The Painted Wells are between the swamp and the Thorny Desert.
Tarzan uses a large raft pulled by a gryf to ferry Waziri warriors over
the Great Swamp to Pal-ul-don.
Tarzan and Professor Plume cross where the Great Swamp narrows into a small
Tarzan is attacked by histah in the Great Swamp. Princess Loma uses
a great shears from the crocodile craft to aid Tarzan. Tarzan joins
her. They are attack by Terribs. Tarzan saves her from the
Terribs and returns her to her home, Lutor.
Tarzan and the survivors of the volcano that destroy Cathne build rafts
to cross the swamp. The survivors of Athne pursue them. Tarzan finds
the Cathneans a new home in Pal-ul-don.
Athneans cross the swamp on their elephants and lay siege to New Cathne.
Tarzan crosses the swamp and travels to Dr. Mervin to create a giant lion,
Goliath. Goliath swims the swamp with Tarzan on its back. Goliath
breaks the siege.
Tarzan, Muviro, and four Waziri go into the swamp to visit the people of
Loma. King Loban calls it the ‘Great Marsh.” Their crocodile
crafts are attacked by Terribs. Tarzan rescues Princess Loma.
Tarzan, Muviro, and the three remaining Waziri follow King Loban to Lutor
an island in the Great Swamp to discover that Prince Keelim has been captured
by The Cat Men of Crater Lake. Crater Lake is inside a dead volcano
and feeds the Great Swamp.
Tarzan, Muviro, and three Waziri travel the swamp after leaving Lutor.
Tarzan captures a Thipdar and flies off.
After leaving the moat of New Athne, Tarzan rafts to the swamp where he
finds Doctor Horace Maypool’s safari.
Doctor MacWhirtle flies Tom Culver, as per Tarzan’s instructions, along
the edge of the swamp to find New Athne.
Tarzan and Tantor are resting in the swamp when they help some New Cathneans
defeat a band of Terribs.
Riding on Argus, Tarzan flies over the Great Swamp and discovers the Stork
Men and their village. Tarzan helps them battle the Terribs.
Flying Argus, Tarzan finds Muviro and the three Waziri in the swamp.
They release the Banthurs and head for Saparta on foot. Boy flies
over the swamp on Argus.
Tarzan and King Jathon travel by crocodile boat through the swamp to attempt
to catch up to Timon, who plans to attack Athne.
Muviro and three Waziri attempt to cross the Great Swamp without Tarzan.
Crocodiles attack them. Tarzan saves them and takes them across the
Goliath pulls the Cathneans through the Great Barrier Swamp back to New
After receiving a telepathic message from Jane for help, Tarzan and Waziri
travel on gryf through the Great Swamp.
Tarzan, Dr. Mervin, and Yolanda are in the lagoon of the Stork Men.
After getting the poison sac of Arachna, a cure for Swamp Fever, Tarzan
returns to the village via a crocodile boat in the Great Swamp. #51.1
Referred to as the Great Barrier Swamp. Tarzan and Dr. Mac fly over
the Great Swamp to get to the Stork Men Village to pick up the ill Dr.
Mervin. They land in the swamp so Dr. Mac can gather some Gorobar
eggs. Terribs capture Dr. Mac and take him to their den in the swamp.
Tarzan rescues him.
Bolgani swarm over the walls of Athne and force the Athneans into the Great
Swamp. The old men, women, and children escape in boats. Tarzan
has Tantor pull their boats to an island in the swamp. He returns
with the boats for the Athnean warriors. He takes them to Cathne
for safety. Tarzan warns the gorillas not to cross the great barrier
swamp. (The Athnean warriors state that they are heading for the
lake as Tarzan brings them the boats.)
Tarzan and Dr. Mac fly into the Stork Men Village located in the Great
Swamp to pick up Dr. Mervin and Yolanda.
The gangster, Rick Nucco, and his men land their cabin plane in the Great
Swamp and try to take over Lutor. After Tarzan and the Lutorians
capture the gangsters, they canoe them to an island in Pal-ul-don.
Three gorillas attack Goliath in the courtyard at Cathne. Tarzan’s
arrows drive them off. He follows them to their raft in the Great
Swamp. As they pole their way home, Tarzan tricks them into falling
into the crocodile infested swamp. Tarzan follows the swamp to the
city where the gorillas live, the former Athne. Once there, he discovers
that the gorillas have many rafts to traverse the swamp in their planned
attack on Cathne. Tarzan liberates Hathor, the chief war elephant, and
rides him through the swamp back to Cathne.
Tarzan uses a trident to fish for food for Argus in the Great Swamp.
He comes upon a kronosaurus, a duck billed dinosaur, and a Garth.
He leaves the swamp on Argus to see why the dinosaurs have migrated from
the Valley of Monsters.
Alice and Paul Jenner’s airplane has engine trouble and is forced to land
in the Great Swamp. Alice is captured by giant White Apes.
Tarzan rescues her. He takes her back to the swamp on Gorgo.
The apes pursue them. A man named Jim shoots the apes from Paul’s
plane. They land and pick up Alice.
Tarzan comes upon Princess Loma in the Great Barrier Swamp. He learns
about Prince Keelim’s capture by the Talking Gorillas. Tarzan searches
the swamp for the captives on a Thipdar. He finds the gorilla’s swamp
camp. He lures the Terribs into attacking the Talking Gorillas.
He rescues Keelim and the other captives. They use the gorilla’s
rafts. After meeting up with King Loban’s crocodile boat, the Talking
Gorillas attack them. An earthquake causes a tidal wave in the swamp.
It wipes out the rafts but the crocodile boats survive.
Tarzan rides Gorgo. He sees the aftermath of the battle of the Terribs
and the Talking Gorillas. They encounter a garth, which disappears
in the swamp water after its battle with Tarzan and Gorgo.
When Aiglon flies off with Boy, they pass over the Great Swamp. Dinosaurs
are present in the swamp. Tarzan searches for the missing pair.
He stops at the swamp to catch fish for Argus.
Tarzan and Harper are rafting across the Great Swamp when a Bolgani ropes
Harper up into a tree. Tarzan knocks out the gorilla. The gorilla
and Harper fall into the swamp. Tarzan must dive underwater to free
Harper. Gimla threatens everyone. Tarzan ties its mouth closed.
He and Harper finish crossing the swamp.
The Talking Gorillas capture the workers building New Athne. They
start to transport them by raft to Old Athne. Tarzan has Hathor and
the other Athnean war elephants overturn the rafts in the swamp.
After Tarzan forms an alliance to rid Old Athne of the Bolgani, the Athneans
cross the swamp on their elephants while the Cathneans cross on rafts in
a joint attack on Old Athne.
Rafts of hollow reeds transport the White Pygmies down the swamp so they
can help defend Cathne against the Talking Gorillas.
The excess lions, which the Cathneans have turned loose, hide in the swamp.
They come out of the swamp and are plaguing the Gallugos. Tarzan
enters the swamp to see what is driving the lions out. He is forced
into the swamp by a gryf and is attacked by gimla, a Bolgani, and a Terribs.
He takes the Terribs’ Gorobar and rides to the Great Lake and Lutor.
He hopes that the Lutorians will take the excess lions. Tarzan guides
the crocodile boats near Cathne in the swamp to pick up the excess Cathnean
lions. The lions are transported to Lutor by crocodile boats on the
Tarzan rescues Wanumo, the Golden Man, from the Terribs in the Great Swamp.
He transports the injured Wanumo on the Golden Man’s water skis through
the swamp to a lake and the secret home of the Golden Men. Later,
the Golden Men slip a sleeping potion to the ape-man and transport him
back to the Great Swamp on a raft made of water skis. They hope to
keep their homeland a secret, even from Tarzan.
Tarzan crosses the swamp on his way the city of Tohr.
A gryf from Pal-ul-don wreaks havoc at Buto’s Kraal. Tarzan subdues
the beast and uses it to thwart a M’goro attack on the village. Tarzan
and Buto ride the gryf back to the swamp so that it can return to the lost
Tarzan saves Jalima, Jorah’s sister, from a bolgani at the edge of the
swamp. He accompanies Jalima and her dyal back across the swamp to
Tarzan flies Argus to Lutor in the Great Swamp in search of Boy.
He searches the swamp from the air. He lands at the Stork Men Village
and borrows water skis and a paddle. He searches the swamp by water
skis. With the help of the Golden Men and the giant otters, he defeats
the Terribs and rescues Boy.
Tarzan and Om-lat explore the Great Swamp in a canoe. They find a
tribe of hostile albino pygmies. They flee from them to the Island
of Wazban and discover the Wazban people. The pygmies are preparing
to attack the island because they are being driven out of their homeland
by the Tor-o-dons. Tarzan saves the Wazban city from the attack and
plans to help the pygmies.
Tarzan and N’kima canoe across the Great Swamp on their way to Cathne.
Tarzan studies the wildlife in the waterways of the Great Swamp.
He rescues two Mountain people, Katar and Dera, from the Terribs.
He canoes them upstream where they are attacked by Hairy Giants, who capture
Katar and Dera. He rescues them and canoes them further upstream
to Kroo Maun.
37.1 Tarzan, Jane, and Boy fly the giant eagles over the Barrier Swamp/Great
Swamp to reach Kroo Maun.
51.5 Pan-at-lee crosses the Great Swamp by canoe, alone. She is seeking
Tarzan’s help in rescuing Om-at and the other captive Wazdons.
51.7 Margaret Mackenzie, the astronaut, talks Prince Loma into taking her
across the Great Barrier Swamp in a croc boat. They have an accident
and are surrounded by finned dinosaurs. Tarzan and King Loban rescue
them in another croc boat. They take Mackenzie across the swamp.
Number -- 15.1+18.2+20 (inside front cover -Jungle World - map of
Pal-ul-don - called Swamp Belt)+24.2+26+34.2+35+36.1+36.2+38.1+39.1+39.2+
A#5.1+83.2+87.1+88.2+94.1+97.1+115.1+No. 37.1+No. 51.5+No. 51.7
Thorn Desert -- #4 called Thorny Desert. It is the area
that guards Pal-ul-don. #6 called the Great Thorn Desert.
Tarzan flies Argus over the desert.
Tarzan takes the survivors of Cathne across the desert to find them a new
home in Pal-ul-don. The survivors of Athne pursue them.
Tarzan runs across the desert to reach Dr. Mervin to create the giant lion,
Goliath. On the way he finds “Gifts of God,” a little oasis.
He and Goliath cross the desert to break the siege at New Cathne.
Doctor MacWhirtle flies Tom Culver over the desert to Athne. Tarzan
crosses the desert on Tantor. Tarzan and his rescued party try to
cross the desert in the Maypool’s safari car but continually get flat tires.
It is referred to both as the Desert of Thorns and Great Thorn Desert.
Tarzan flies on Argus over the desert to get to Dr. Mervin in Nairobi.
He is seeking help for the Stork People in their battle with the Terribs.
Boy flies Argus over the desert and spies the ‘Red Rock,’ a landmark that
lets him know his position. #47.2 After receiving a telepathic message
from Jane for help, Tarzan and Waziri travel on gryf through the Great
The Valley of Towers, the home of the Batwinged Men, is located in the
Tarzan finds a trail of thousands of Bolgani leading into the Great Thorn
Desert. (It does not look very desert like.)
(Boy story) After capturing Boy, the Bolgani head into the desert.
Jad-bal-ja heads into the desert and rescues him. (It does not look
much like a desert.)
(Boy story) Boy flies Argus over the Great Thorn Desert on his way to Athne.
When Aiglon breaks free and flies off with Boy, they fly over the Great
Thorn Desert. Tarzan, riding Argus, searching for the missing pair
also flies over the desert.
Tarzan and Harper cross the Great Thorn Desert. Harper is captured
by Shiftas and taken to their camp.
As part of Tarzan’s plan to oust the Talking Gorillas from Old Athne, the
Gallugos pretend to be sending a caravan into the Great Thorn Desert.
The gorillas attack them. The Gallugos drop their goods so the gorillas
will think they have succeeded. The goods are gourds full of nabu
juice, which causes the gorillas to sleep. Ousted from Old Athne,
the Talking Gorillas trek en mass across the desert back to their old home.
Touaregs fire at Dr. Mac’s helicopter and force him to land near an oasis
in the desert. As he makes repairs he tells Boy a tale about how
he and Tarzan crossed the desert with dinosaurs from the Valley of Monsters.
All of the dinosaurs died except Wheeck, the Garth, which Tarzan befriended.
A#5.1 Tarzan runs across the desert on his way to Tohr.
Tarzan, Joh-rah, and Dyals riders take the downed British royal air force
men through the Great Thorn Desert to the safety of a desert airstrip.
37.1 Tarzan, Jane, and Boy fly the giant eagles over the Great Thorn Desert
to get to Kroo Maun.
Number -- 4+6+15.1+18.2+20 (inside front cover -Jungle World - map of Pal-ul-don
- called Great Thorny Desert) +24.2+26 (Great Thorn Desert)+ A 1.3+A 1
- (map of Pal-ul-don)+35+36.1+40.1+42.1+44.1+47.2+A2.1+52.1+56.2 (Boy story)+63.1+64.1+66.1+A#4.3+A#5.1+112.1+No.
City -- An ancient walled city of the mad King Grossa.
(Its name is not given, but the giant egotistical nature of the king makes
one conclude the name must be Grossa City.) It has a drawbridge and
a moat with crocodiles. King Grossa uses slaves to repair the ancient
structure. It is very elaborate with many arches. One of the
buildings is referred to as Grossa’s Temple. Housed within the temple
is the Man-eating tree, Kalachar.
Number -- 43.1
Moon Lake -- Tarzan travels to Kroo Maun to get medicine for
Aunty Gena. The Slingers of Kroo Maun have great knowledge of healing
plants. The plant he seeks is in Hairy Giant country at Half Moon
Lake. The medicine man, Bornu, explains that Tarzan could not find
it by himself. He sends a group of Slingers with him. They
must battle the giants to reach the lake. Dera, the daughter of Bornu,
explains to Tarzan that the plant is only potent before it breaks the muddy
ground. They cannot grow it themselves. It only grows next
to Half Moon Lake. They collect many bulbs and must fight off the
giants again before they return to Kroo Maun.
Number -- No. 37.1
of Pantu -- a scared chamber in the lost city of Tohr where sacrifices
are ritually performed. A massive staircase leads up to the chamber.
A huge statue of Pantu is in the chamber. Pantu has a lion’s head
and a man’s body. He holds out his arms and a grill extends between
them. A lever moves a stone block in the floor. When opened
it causes an updraft that allows the fires of Tohr, beneath the chamber,
to leap into the room thus consuming the sacrificial victim in the arms
Number -- FC 161.1
valley -- Tarzan travels through miles of thorn bush and comes
upon a hidden valley that once was a volcano crater. It is here that
he and Tantor carry Bauxhau, the bushman, across the lake to the Towering
Number -- 120.1
of Caves -- No. 25.1 At the Waziri Village Tarzan learns of the
Wabuna treachery in capturing Jane and Boy. He is to take the two
giant eagles to the Hill of Caves and exchange them for his family.
Tarzan flies to the hills with Argus and Aguila. The Wabuna failed
to capture Jane and Boy and attempt to bluff Tarzan into giving them the
eagles. The Wabuna attack him and severely wound him in the shoulder.
The eagles drive off the Wabuna. Argus carries Tarzan out of the
hills and deposits him near the Cave of the Wise One.
The Waziri trail the evil Kabarounga to the Hill of Caves. They wisely
do not follow him along the ledge where Kabarounga could easily pick them
off. The Waziri signal Tarzan, who arrives with dummies made out
of bark. The Waziri place a dummy on the ledge and lower one down
from above. Tarzan climbs the sheer face of the cliff below.
Kabarounga empties his pistol on the dummies. Tarzan captures Kabarounga
in the cave.
Number -- No. 25.1+123.1
of Flashing Stones -- diamond mine of the Ko-bolgani (probably
relates to GL - ‘Valley of the
Palace of Diamonds’
Number -- 10
of Kroo Maun -- After rescuing Katar and Dera from the Hairy
Giants, Tarzan canoes them upstream in Pal-ul-don to the Mountain Men home
in the Hills of Kroo Maun. No shelters are shown. (Do the Mountain
Men live in the open area of Kroo Maun?)
Number -- 115.1+
-- #42.2 It is referred to as Hoggar, Hoggar Country, and the Hoggar
massif. A massif is a compact portion of a mountain range containing
one or more summits. The Tuaregs control the desert surrounding the
Hoggar. In the valley of the massif is the Forbidden City, the city
of the Black Tuaregs. Tarzan and Paul d’Arnot fly seven hundred miles
to search the Hoggar for the missing Louis d’Arnot.
Number -- 42.2
Village -- home of the lost race the Hokyus. It is found
at the headwaters of the Mangowari River in the mountains. They build
their houses out of stone with thatched roofs. The tower where they
hold their prisoners has no roof. They have a series of laws, one
of which does not allow anyone to leave once they have entered the village.
No one has ever escaped from the Hokyus. Reportedly, they use trained
dogs to track down escapees. They grow grain and raise melons.
Their primary weapons are spears and maintain active patrols. The
natives wear blue fezzes and shorts. A few natives wear shirts.
Tarzan helps Bruce Norton escape from the village.
Number -- 51.3
of Magic -- The House of Magic is what the witch doctor, Kisambu,
calls his hut near Buto’s Village. He keeps a trained chimpanzee
chained inside his hut. Kisambu incites the Bamwe to revolt against
Buto. Tarzan and Buto sneak into the hut through the backdoor.
A skull on a stick guards the backdoor. Tarzan breaks the chimp’s
chains. The walls of the house are decorated with spears and shields.
Number -- 125.1
of the Ancient Ones -- The Houses of the Ancient Ones is located
on an island in the Lake Nobody Names. Lechwe guides Tarzan to the
island to search for the missing Captain Smith and the Tree of Ages.
The city is in ruins. The buildings are flat roofed and rectangular.
Each building has an image of the Tree of Ages craved on the front.
Number -- No. 51.1
Cave -- In the Gourambi Mountains Tarzan and Buto find a covered
opening to an Ice Cave. The cave has mysterious Viking writings above
the opening, which is a warning not to enter the cave. Inside the
cave they discover giant Vikings enshrined behind a wall of ice.
The Viking place their most honored hunters and huntresses behind the wall.
Tarzan and Buto are found in the cave and must fight the Viking leaders.
They disarm their opponents. The Vikings are impressed by their skills
and forgive them for entering the cave. Later the Viking leader,
Yarl Hrolf, tells them that they have proven their bravery enough to be
enshrined with the most famous of Viking hunters.
Number -- A#5.2
Kraal -- Tarzan and Boy find James Nicholson, who has been bitten
by a poisonous snake. Nicholson is a missionary. He and his
family have been staying at Ignosi’s Kraal. Tarzan flies Aiglon to
the kraal to have them send a cart for Nicholson. The giant eagle
frightens Ignosi and his people. They hide in their cylindrical huts
with conical tops. There is a fence around the village. Tarzan
learns from the frightened chief that M’bogo’s tribe has taken Mrs. Nicholson
and her child.
Number -- 65.2
Land of -- home of white pygmies. Urkat poisoned the crowned
prince and usurped the power rightfully belonging to Alet. Prince
Alet is imprisoned. Alet’s wife, Princess Ila, and his son,
Tado, are forced into the terrible desert, which surrounds their land.
(See also Lipona)
Number -- 17.1
Kraal -- King Imanga holds a durbar at his kraal. Many
chiefs come to pay him honor. He sits on a throne chair covered by
a leopard skin. The buildings are round. The roofs are concentric
Number -- 125.2
village -- The Makulu nation moves towards the Waziri and Watunga.
Tarzan has the Waziri build a phony village on the top of a bare hill in
the central valley, which the Makulu must pass. The imitation village
has a stockade, which the Waziri can drop down as a unit. It also
has the appearance of many huts. The Makulu attack the imitation
village. The superior tactics of Tarzan cause their defeat.
Number -- 116.1
City -- Hidden in the mountains, the city of the Inkota tribe
is guarding the point of entrance to the fertile valley. The city
is white with a domed building at the center. Queen Nilonda rules
the Inkota people. They use chariots pulled by leopards. They
captured Karen Lane and hold her captive because they believe that the
queen would have good luck if a white skinned ruler shared the throne with
her. Karen escapes but is recaptured along with Tarzan. Tarzan
is also thought to bring them good luck. They keep their white prisoners
in gold leg chains. The Queen has a double throne so that Karen can
sit next to her. The common man has thatched roofed houses.
They are not permitted to look at royalty. Tarzan uses a baboon tribe to
disrupt their food production. Tarzan and Karen escape the city on
the backs of the giant eagles.
Number -- 92.1
of the Three Dervishes -- The kahn (inn) is in the Arab market
town of Marrach. Tarzan, Hussein, and some Beni Adhemi take a room
in the inn while they purchase seed grain and livestock. The innkeeper
overcharges them for their room. Hussein does not complain.
The innkeeper gives them a huge gold colored key to their room on the second
floor. Agents of the Sheik Ali Ben Yussuf plan to rob them of their
gold. Tarzan suspects they will be robbed. Jad-bal-ja leaps
through the second floor window to help them. The bandits break in
but fear that Jad is a djinni. They break the railing to the staircase
in their attempt to flee.
Number -- A#5.4
shamba -- Part of the Gomah tribe near Umboma’s Town. Tarzan
and Sumolu track an albino elephant that plaques the Gomahs. They
find Inongo’s shamba hut smashed.
Number -- 102.1
(unnamed) -- #A2.5 Tarzan, N’kima, Gary and Stella
Keene wreck their canoe on a coral reef and must spend three weeks on an
island off the east coast of Africa near the Indian Ocean. They get
off the island when sea Arabs, the Brothers of the Barracuda, come to the
island after them. They take the Arabs’ ship.
Tarzan leaves Gorgo on an unnamed island in the Great Barrier Swamp as
he searches for the captured Prince Keelim.
Tarzan, Jane and Boy’s dhow is forced onto a reef during a typhoon.
They take refuge on a nearby unnamed island. The reef surrounding
the island is the death knell to many ships. The island is ten miles
long and five miles wide. A cargo ship carrying animals wrecked some
time ago; thus, the island is populated with antelopes, lions, leopards,
goats, and gorillas. Tarzan builds his family a tree house for shelter
and protection. An unnamed tribe canoes to the island to sacrifice
gorillas to a giant squid. They tie them to poles and let the tide
bring in the terror of the deep.
Number -- A2.5+59.1+A#6.1
of Dwarfs -- (See Didona)
of the Pirate King -- The island is located in the Forbidden
Valley and the bane of the cities of Castrum Mare and Castra Sanguinarius.
It is ruled by Plutonius, the Pirate King. It is a well-established
city with an extensive dock system for their twelve oared cutters and war
galleys. It has a high castle in the center of the island as a stronghold
against attacks. The rest of the city has stone buildings and high
walls. The bridges in the city employ the Roman arch. It has
a high sea wall that permits only one ship at a time into the harbor.
It is to this city that Tarzan comes to rescue Jane and Boy. As they
escape from the harbor, the war galleys of Castrum Mare defeat the pirates.
A white flag is raised over the castle.
Number -- A#3.1
of Wazban -- A rocky point island in the Great Swamp that contains
the city and the people known as Wazban. (See Wazban)
Number -- 94.1
of Apes -- #55.3 Tarzan finds an ape from the Isle of Apes
floating in the ocean. He learns about the capture of the apes by
Arabs. He returns the ape to his home. The isle is reached
by entering a stream, which empties into the ocean. He convinces
the apes to build a small wala, prison, for the Arabs. They capture
the Arabs and place them in the wala. Tarzan convinces the Arabs
at Gambah Village and the ones on the island to leave the apes alone.
Tarzan dives for oysters off of the Isle of Apes. When Williams,
the animal trapper, comes to the island with his men to capture the apes,
Tarzan sends the apes to the volcanic end of the island. Williams’
men set up nets to capture the apes. Tarzan calls a Dum-Dum for the
apes. After the Dum-Dum, they approach the camp of the tarmangani.
A volcano erupts and shakes the entire island. Williams and his men
retreat to their dhows. Tarzan fears the island’s destruction and
swims to the dhow. He strikes a bargain with Williams. For
moving the apes to the mainland Tarzan will give him a bag full of pearls.
As the mangani board the ships, the volcano erupts again and destroys the
Number -- 55.3+61.1
of Leopards -- It is an island in a crocodile infested lake.
It is the home of the Leopard Men and their trained leopards. They
cross the lake by a dugout canoe connected to each shore by a rope and
pulley system. The leopards are trained to make kills and return
to the island via the canoe. The tribe has a series of huts on the
island. Boy and a tribe of baboons eliminate the tribe and their
Number -- 54.2
Forest -- Tarzan crosses the remote part of the Ituri Forest
to come upon an unarmed village.
Number -- No. 37.3
Land -- The Mabudu tribe of Ituri Land use leopard teeth as money.
Number -- A#5 (Mabudu Money - splash page)
City -- ancient lost city hidden in the far off mountains. They
use elephants for transportation and war. They raid neighboring areas
for young slaves. Their soldiers wear armor made of ivory. They delight
in gladiatorial games. The king’s son, Prince Mako, has no scruples.
When Boy and some young Waziri are captured by The Men in Ivory, Tarzan
goes there to rescue them. He saves the King’s life thus gaining
Number -- 19.1
-- (Pal) “The Golden Water” - a lake near Alur. Tarzan says
it has blue water.
Number -- A 1.3+44.1
-- TTe - (Pal) “The Golden Water.” A large lake near where the Ho-dons
-- “Lion City” - part of the Ho-don’s kingdom in Pal-ul-don, birthplace
of King Ja-don.
Tarzan flies over the city on Argus and sees that Torodons have overthrown
Ho-dons and Prince Kodon, who has been exiled from Alur, capture Tarzan.
They take him to Jalur. Tarzan overpowers his guard, breaks the bars
to the cells, and enters King Zugu’s chamber. Tarzan forces the King
to take him to the royal wharf and obtain a boat. He takes the King
with him out of the city.
Kandor returns to Jalur with his axe to challenge the King for the throne,
which is his right by the ancient Jalur’s law and rights. The people
of Jalur cheer his return. Kandor defeats Gorgan the Greedy for the
treaty between Ja-lur and A-lur is somehow broken. Ja-lur is ruled
by Ja-don, the Third. Warriors from Ja-lur capture Tarzan and bring
him to the King. Ja-don tries to persuade the Jungle Lord to stand
with them against A-lur. Tarzan refuses. The King has him placed
in a punishment cell in the dungeon of this Greek-like city. Tarzan
breaks out of the cell and learns of the plan to attack A-lur. Tarzan
manages to unite the forces of Ja-lur and A-lur against the Terribs.
After the Terribs are defeated, Ja-lur and A-lur decide to live peace.
Number -- 9+A 1.3+62.1+A#7.4+124.1
-- TTe - city of the Ho-dons, second in size only to A-lur
Land Inc. – This is where hunters Murdo and Syke take captured
animals, including Jad-bal-ja and his mate. It has a sign labeling
it as winter headquarters, Florida.
Number -- 23.1
It is the name of the area that was the original home of the Gallugos.
Mountains in Pal-ul-don surround it. It is in the valley of a thick
forest with green fields and a lake. A citadel sits on an ancient
crater in the middle of the valley. Cannibals live in the valley.
They prey on the Gallugos, who live in the citadel. The Gallugos
have built a double fence around their city and have placed wild buffaloes
in the ten miles area around the city. The Gallugos thrones are topped
with buffalo heads.
Number -- A2.2
city -- It is a walled city at the head of a valley along the
edge of Pal-ul-don. The city is rather elaborate with stone archways.
Some buildings have railings around the porches. They use slaves
to work the mill sweep to grind grain for their people. They are
of normal size but they are larger than their natural enemies the Naqui.
They have a language that is a form of Bantu. They wear shorts and
capes with an intricate insignia. Their King, Inkosi Igwenyama, wears
decorative clothing. Their primary weapon is the crossbow.
Number -- 55.1
Village -- An Achinga spy peeks in at the Karuri Village, one
of the many war-like tribes north of Tarzan’s jungle. All we can
see are a couple of thatched roofs.
Number -- 101.1
Village -- Kasana Village is the home of the Kasana people known
as the cliff dwellers. The village is built on the cliffs of Lake
Sana. It has steps leading up the cliff to tall cylindrical buildings
with thatched roofs. It has steps leading further up the cliffs presumably
to more buildings. Boy and Dombie bring a canoe and seine net so
they can fish in the lake.
Number -- 122.2
Kraal -- Chief Katana’s son, Inolu, comes to the kraal with a
head wound. He tells his father that a strange white man tried to
kill him at Tarzan’s lake. The chief musters warriors to seek vengeance.
Tarzan comes to the kraal, consisting of white circular huts with green
thatched roofs, to inform the chief of his son’s death. He arrives
to discover only women at the kraal who tell him that Inolu is alive and
that the men went to seek vengeance.
Number -- 127.1
-- This is a village on the edge of the Great Thorn Desert. It is
where Tarzan joins Professor Plume to search for a Lost City, which reportedly
contains the hidden wealth of the pharaohs.
Number -- 26
Country -- Tarzan overhears the hunters, Derrik Carne and Jamieson,
planning to head for Kenya Country. It is a hundred miles from their
base camp at Nairobi. Tarzan trails them and purchases the baby elephant
that Carne captured at Lake Chui.
Number -- 69.1
Village -- It is the home of a fat native chief, who controls
his people with chimpanzees. He uses the chimps to force the people
to work in the gardens and bring him food. Boy and Dombie are captured
by the chimps and forced to work. At night they escape. The
village is the usual rounded white huts with thatched roofs.
Number -- 96.2
River -- Major James Barton and his niece Ruth, who are in search
of the lost city of Tohr, lose all of their equipment crossing this river.
Number -- FC 161.1
Hut -- At Kimbo’s Kraal, Tarzan learns that the King Leopard
has taken Kimbo’s son. Tarzan plans to hunt the leopard down.
He asks Kimbo for a bull hide to use for protection. Kimbo crawls
into his hut and retrieves one. (See Kimgo’s Kraal)
Number -- 67.2
Kraal -- Tarzan and Boy hear the wailing over the dead from Kimbo’s
Kraal. They go to investigate and learn that the King Leopard has
taken Kimbo’s son. Kimbo’s Kraal has no apparent fence that would
make it a kraal. The huts are low to the ground and have double and
triple layered thatched roofs. The openings to the huts are small
so that one must crawl into them.
Number -- 67.2
Kraal -- This is the home of the tribe ruled by Chief Kisumu.
It is a series of huts with thatched roofs. Boy and Jad-bal-ja track
Dombie’s scent to the village. They keep an empty lion hut for the
spirit of their late Chief Makuru, who supposedly appears as a lion.
The witch doctor ties a goat outside the hut to attract lions thus keeping
the myth alive. The Kisumu deny any knowledge of Dombie. Boy
does not believe them and won’t leave. He sleeps in the lion’s hut.
Chief Kisumu and the witch doctor conspire to kill Boy. Tarzan saves
Boy and rescues Dombie from the Kisumu.
Number -- 123.2
Kraal -- This place was the home of the Wakembi/Wakembe tribe
ruled by Kobamba. It lies beyond the Morans of the Masai and the
Valley of Lions. It has a pole wall around it. From a distance,
the conical roofs rising above the wall makes it look like a castle.
From close range, the huts are the typical circular white buildings with
thatched roofs. The Gahinga tribe is their sworn enemies. The
Gahinga start a range fire to drive out the Wakembi. Tarzan helps
the Wakembi defeat the Gahingas; however, Kobamba is killed and the kraal
is burnt to the ground.
Number -- 114.1
Island Villages -- home of the Kolumbwe raiders. They are
also known as the Horned Men. They live in marshland and on several
islands on the river. They use their very fast canoes to attack the
neighboring villages especially the Luemba Fishing Village. Tarzan
lures them into a trap. Most of their canoes are destroyed.
The Luemba take the fight to the island home of their enemy. They
have circular buildings with thatched roofs. The village does not
look like it is in very good repair.
Number -- 111.1
Village -- This is the home of the Kordo tribe, the ruling class
in the Mountains of Barongo. They treat the Nuba tribe as serfs and
at times as slaves. Tarzan spies on the village to learn what would
be the best plan to restore the balance of power in Barongo Land.
The Kordo Village is like the Nuba Village with its cylindrical huts and
conical tops. The Kordo spearmen use Table Rock outside of their
village to hold the Feast of Warriors in which war contests are held on
the full moon.
Number -- 67.1
-- #4 “gorge of gryff” - valley home of the gryff, uninhabited by
As Tarzan and Gorgo pass through Kor-ul-gryf they are attacked by two gryfs.
Tarzan kills one. Gorgo kills the other.
The title misspells the gorge - Kor-ul-gryph. Tarzan and Dr. Mac
raft up a river into the Kor-ul-gryf in search of gryf eggs. Tarzan
uses the cover of night to gather some eggs from the sandy nests.
51.5 After Tarzan rescues Om-at from A-lur, he carries the injured Om-at
over the rocks of Kor-ul-gryf. The Ho-dons use hunting dogs to track
them. Pan-at-lee leads the Ho-dons away from her injured mate.
The Ho-dons catch Pan-at-lee and throw her over a cliff. Tarzan saves
Pan-at-lee from a Tor-o-don.
Number -- 4+58.1+62.1+No. 51.5
-- TTe -- only one f in gryff in the novels
-- “gorge of lions” – home of the Waz-don tribe of Om-at. A#4.6
Tarzan enters the gorge to find Om-at arguing with the evil witch doctor,
Guru. The witch doctor lets it slip that he is holding Om-at’s wife
and child in the Caves of Ursamon. Tarzan and Om-at leave to attempt
Number -- 4+6+9+16.1+A#4.6
Maun -- Tarzan brings Katar and Dera to the river edge near the
Slinger’s village. The actual village is not shown.
37.1 Tarzan, Jane, and Boy fly the giant eagles to Kroo Maun in Pal-ul-don.
They know that the Slingers of Kroo Maun have great knowledge of healing
plants. The Slingers are afraid of the giant eagles and sling stones
at them. Once they are recognized, the thorn tree gate is open to
them. The village is surrounded by a pole fence, which has spear-like
poles pointing outwards to serve as a defense against the Hairy Giants.
The huts are circular with green thatched roofs. Most of the roofs
have a visible green pole at the apex. Tarzan convinces the Slingers
that they need beacon fires to protect themselves against a night attack
by the giants. They place beacon fires on platforms in trees.
These prove to be invaluable as the giants attack at night. The beacons
allow the Slinger to see where to cast their stones.
Number -- 115.1+ No. 37.1
Hills -- The Waziri medicine man tells Muviro that he must kill
a kudu for its horn to provide the medicine he needs for his rheumatism.
Tarzan has four Waziri carry the chief on a litter to the Kudu Hills.
Muviro’s spear does not kill the kudu immediately. The kudu runs
and falls over a cliff into the Canyon of No Return.
Number -- 131.1
Chui -- Lake in Tarzan’s country. The hunter, Derrik Carne,
goes to the lake and captures a baby elephant.
Number -- 69.1
Dwellers Village -- #7 found in the Valley of the Monsters.
Their village is on stilts in the middle of a lake. They live mainly
on fish, which they spear with tridents. Luk-wok is their chief.
They help Boy and Dombie until Tarzan comes to find them. Their village
is damaged by a tidal wave caused by an earthquake.
Tarzan and Dr. Mac come to the village to borrow a canoe so they can travel
across the Lake of Pterodactyls to search for thipdar eggs.
Dell Number -- 7 +16.1+49.3
-- EL - Lake Dwellers, tribe in Neocene Africa who dwelt on a lake in an
island in the Restless Sea.
Nobody Names -- Lechwe guides Tarzan to the Lake Nobody Names.
On an island in the lake is the House of the Ancient Ones and the Tree
of Ages. Tarzan finds Captain Smith’s down airplane at the bottom
of the lake.
Number -- No. 51.1
Nyanza -- Watunga drums inform Tarzan about a downed airplane
east of Lake Nyanza. (Nyanza is Swahili for lake.)
Number -- No. 25.6
of Alur -- located in the Valley of A-lur in Pal-ul-don.
Doctor MacWhirtle lands his seaplane there. He is in search of Tarzan
to guide him to the Valley of the Monsters.
Number -- 31.1
of Lutor -- #68.1 It is a lake near the so-called Crater
Lake, which holds the city of the Cat Men. Tarzan passes through
a cleft in Cat Mountain and enters Lake of Lutor east of the mountains.
He has rescued King Zugu from the Cat Men and meets Dr. Mac on the lake
with his amphibian plane. From there, they continue towards Alur
to force a peace agreement between Alur and Ja-lur.
Tarzan rides a Gorobar to the Great Lake (Lake of Lutor) thus to Lutor
to see if the Lutorians will take the excess Cathnean lions that are plaguing
Gallugo City. From the lake he warns the Lutorian guards about an
impending Bolgani attack.
Number -- 68.1+71.1
of Mist/Lake of the Mists -- (See also - Lake of Rocks)
Tarzan and Boy are fishing from a canoe on the Lake of the Mists.
They are forced onto an unnamed island by an approaching storm. They
capture the baboons, which are plaguing the pygmies who live there.
They transport the baboons across the lake to the main land on a floating
trap pushed by pygmy elephants.
Number -- 70.2
of Pteranodon/Pterodactyls/Thipdars -- A #1.3 south of Alur.
Tarzan flies over the lake on Argus. Lake people are on the water.
The sky is filled with thipdars.
Tarzan and Dr. Mac helicopter to the village of the lake dwellers on the
far end of the Lake of Pterodactyls. They borrow a canoe so they
can travel to the north end of the lake in search of fish eating thipdar
eggs. The fish eating thipdars lay their eggs in the beach sand.
In search of giant White Apes Tarzan and Gorgo cross the Lake of Thipdars,
which is totally dried up by the volcanic eruption in the Valley of the
Number -- A 1.3+49.3+58.1
of Reeds -- Tarzan lets Boy and Dombie use a canoe to go fishing
on the Lake of Reeds. After the native elephant hunters stampede
the herd, the boys find a toto in the lake. They take care of the
baby and find its mother.
Number -- 108.2
of Rocks -- #3 so call by baboons, a large lake with a fog-covered
island in the middle. The island is the home of the dwarfs of Didona.
Referred to as the Lake of Mist. In the middle of the mist is the
Island of Dwarfs (Didona.)
Number -- 3+48.3
Sana -- Boy and Dombie use a bullock cart pulled by buffaloes
to bring a canoe to Lake Sana to give it to the Kasana cliff dwellers.
They are chased by the Bangas and are forced to drive the cart over a ledge
into the lake. They paddle to the cliff dwellers village. Boy
takes the Kasana out onto the lake to show them how to use the seine net
they brought them. They are forced off the lake by a storm.
After the storm they return to the lake to pull in the net. Boy and
Dombie ride the buffaloes back across the lake to go home.
Number -- 122.2
unnamed -- #51.3 In the mountains that houses the lost
race known as the Hokyus, a lake fills and spills over a dam, forming the
Mangowari River. Tarzan and Korak, the great ape, bring Harvey Norton
there in search of Harvey’s missing son, Bruce.
Tarzan begrudgingly gives James Hawklin permission to hunt crocodiles on
his lake. Hawklin shoots a hartebeest on purpose. He accidentally
wounds Inolu and thinks he has killed him. He takes his folding boat
to the upper part of the lake to fool Tarzan as to his whereabouts.
Tarzan is not fooled.
Number -- 51.3+127.1
of the Living Dead -- it is what the mad men call the pit in
which they live. There is quicksand in the middle. Arabs under
Abou Ben Ephraim drive animals into the pit and have the crazy men rope
them so they can be pulled up. Tarzan and his Giant Eland accidentally
fall into the pit. Tarzan helps the fools get out.
Number -- 17.1
den -- After killing the King Leopard, Tarzan spots
the leopard’s den on his way home. He enters the den, kills the King
Leopard’s mate, and rescues Kimbo’s infant son, which the she-leopard was
raising as her own.
Number -- 67.2
Men Village -- They have thatched roof buildings and a wall of
wooden planks around their village. There is a separate room for
their leopards. A rope pulls open the door, which releases the leopards
outside the compound. After Tarzan rescues Nee-issa, Buto’s sister,
he has Tantor trample the village to the ground.
Number -- 40.2
-- A#7 (splash page)
Rock -- New city of the Cathneans survivors of the volcano that
destroyed their City of Gold. Tarzan brings them to Pal-ul-don to
build the new city. (See also, Cathne)
Number -- 35
-- #8 valley home of the White Pygmies, across the great desert.
It is an apartment city.
valley of the White Pygmies. This is where Tarzan brings Princess
Ila and Taddo after rescuing them in #17.1. Their home is called
Land of Ilona. (See also Ilona, Land of)
Number -- 8+18.2+20 (inside front cover -Jungle World - map of Pal-ul-don)+A
1 - (map of Pal-ul-don)
Mountains -- mountain range containing the Peak of the Moon.
This is the home of the white savages of Vari.
Number -- 1
city -- A#5 (Jungle Theater)
Lake -- Tarzan learns about the Lost Lake in the mountains from
a dying hunter. The hunter speaks about Mermen. Tarzan travels
the sixty miles to the south to investigate. He finds the lake and
a volcanic island in the middle of the lake. The Mermen control the
native tribes with fear and awe from their volcanic home. (See also
Number -- 108.1
Legion City -- walled city that was formally the home of Talking
Gorillas. It has domed buildings, some columns, a Greek temple front
as an arch, and a statue of a human. Tarzan states that there are
at least 10,000 bolgani in the city. The Lost Legion has 10,000 warriors.
Tarzan and the Lost Legion defeat the gorillas and free the human slaves
with the help of Goliath. The Lost Legion takes possession of the
city. (It is unclear if this is city Ara-thol of the Ko-bolgani.)
Number -- 41.2
valley -- what Tarzan calls the area where he finds Lachee,
the red flower. He battles many pre-historic beasts in
the lost valley. Cor-o-don is located there.
Number -- 19.2
Valley of Arrack -- inaccessible valley which contains a city
ruled by Queen Mataha. She uses giant spiders to enslave people.
Tarzan, the Waziri, and Dr. MacWhirtle go to Arrack, wipe out the giant
spiders, destroy their false god, and force the people of Arrack to reform
Number -- 30
Fishing Village -- native village along the banks of a river.
Queen Nhaka rules them. They have a dried fish industry. The
village has the typical round huts with thatched roofs. They are
easy prey of the Kolumbwe raiders. Tarzan shows them how to defeat
their enemies. Under Tarzans supervision, they build twin hulled
dugouts with ramming beaks and strong netting. They transport the
canoes to a lake by cattle to practice using their new weapon. Tarzan
leads them in the defeat the Kolumbwe.
Number -- 111.1
-- Tarzan instructs Geoffrey Barbour to take the evil witch doctor, Ungali,
to the city of Lugongo, after his capture and exposure as the ‘ghost’ trying
to frighten off the plantation owners.
Number -- 45.1
Hotel -- Where the ransom note tells Mrs. Roberta Faye to go
to if see wishes to see her daughter again.
Number -- 45.1
-- large island in the Great Swamp. It is the home of Princess Loma,
who Tarzan saved from the Terribs. They are the inventors of the crocodile
craft as means of protection from the Terribs as they travel the waters
of the Great Swamp. They speak the language of Pal-ul-don.
Tarzan, Muviro, and four Waziri decide to visit Lutor. They help
King Loban fight the Terribs before traveling to the island. #38.1 A law
of Lutor: “If a man’s life is in danger, his brother or sister may
claim the right to share in his rescue!” Princess Loma uses this
law as her right to accompany Tarzan in her brother, Prince Keelim’s, rescue.
Tarzan, Muviro, and the three remaining Waziri follow King Loban to Lutor
to discover that Prince Keelim has been captured by The Cat Men of Crater
The gangster, Mike Nucco, and his henchmen land at Lutor. They exert
their power by machine-gunning down some of the king’s guards. The
houses are a mixture of hut-like dwellings to impressive stonework.
One interior uses ribbed vaulting. Tarzan and the Lutorians overpower
Tarzan comes to the island that holds Lutor with his hostage, King Zugu.
He requests and receives an escort to Alur. Lutor has a bridge with
pointed arches. It also has fountains.
Tarzan goes to the island that holds Lutor to see if the Lutorians will
take the excess lions of the Cathneans. Lutor looms on the horizon
with its towering buildings.
Tarzan flies to Lutor in search of Boy. King Loban and Princess Loma
tell him that Boy left yesterday. Lutor has tall buildings and a
palace garden. There is a huge fountain in the garden that is topped
with a gold eagle.
On the island of Lutor, Boy and Dombie build a catamaran. They try
it out and are blown out into the lake.
Tarzan travels to the city of Lutor by canoe. The walls of the city
are at the water’s edge. A series of steps leads up into the city.
There are a number of crocodile boats at the bottom of the steps.
An earthquake shakes the city. A great tidal wave results from the
quake. Tarzan leads the Lutorians to the upper most regions of the
city. The croc boats are smashed against the walls of the city.
A volcano rises to the surface of the lake.
51.7 The astronaut, Margaret Mackenzie, lands in the water near Lutor.
Tarzan and Prince Loma bring her to Lutor by croc boat. Lutor is
an impressive white stone city with steps leading down to the lake.
It has many Greek/Roman-like buildings. Mackenzie is anxious to get
home and talks Princess Loma into taking her across the Great Swamp.
Tarzan and King Loban return from the Valley of Monsters to learn this
and follow them in a croc boat.
Number -- 34.2+36.2+38.2+53.3+70.1+71.1+88.2+A#6.2+112.1+No. 51.7
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