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Volume 5928

REVOLUTION ~ 1933.07.02
The temple crashed down about them but Pharaoh and his daughter escaped unharmed. At dawn, they were clinging together alone amid the ruins. When the palace guards arrived, Pharaoh ordered them to guard the stores of grain that were hidden beneath the temple. But when food was not immediately forthcoming, the famished mobs in the market place were urged by their leaders to go and take it. Picking up what weapons they could the mob advanced upon the ruins of the temple. 

Fighting fiercely they overcame the pharaoh's guard. And Pharaoh himself fell in the attack. Without seeing the death of her father Nikotris had taken to flight across the desert. Tarzan high in a jungle tree saw her. At the same time she was espied by the revolutionists. They rushed after her, intent upon destroying her. Tarzan raced to save her. The ape-man reached her first and standing in front of her he defied the revolutionists to come on!

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