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THE EGYPTIAN PRINCESS ~ 1933.03.26
by the high priest, the Princess Nikotris set out upon her journey to bring
Tarzan back to the desolated land. Her barge was brought to the edge of
the jungle in the river where the crocodiles swarmed. There she dismissed
her attendants and entered into the wilds, accompanied only by her brother
Tutamken as guide and Von Harben as interpreter.
The journey was long and the delicate lady unused to the wilds grew
almost too weary to go on. Presently her brother had to carry her. High
in a tree, Ptok, the great ape, watched, hatred of the tarmangani in his
heart. Swift was his attack, leaping from the trees, he landed upon Von
Harben and knocked him senseless. Then, with ferocious strength, he felled
Tutamken and wrenched Nikotris from her brother's grasp.
In his arms he lifted the princess. High into the trees he carried her.
Deep in the jungle Tarzan heard the woman's blood-chilling, frenzied screams.
And then the more terrible cry of the great ape, as the woman fainted in
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