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AMNIS ~ 1933.08.13
and Nikotris came jointly to the throne as pharaoh and queen. Through Tarzan
they sought to restore the damage to the city. Elephants were brought in
to lift up the fallen statue of the ape-god Thoth. Hundreds of men began
work on rebuilding the temple. Crops were plentiful and peace descended
once more upon the land. Von Harben, exploring the country, came upon a
peasant girl, Amnis, whose friendly smile and talk delighted him. Daily
he came to visit her. The new queen, Nikotris, had been busy with affairs
of state, but now she noticed the absence of Von Harben from court and
commanded that he appear before her. He came that night but his indifference
stirred her with wrath. When he disappeared from the palace, she set spies
to trail him. As he kept his tryst with Amnis, the spies leaped from the
The next night the girl's brother ventured secretly
into Tarzan's room. "Your friend Von Harben and my sister have been seized
by the queen's agents!" he cried, "Can you save them?" Tarzan appealed
to Nikotris to release his friend. But Nikotris said, "Your friend is no
more." She faced the ape-man's rising wrath.
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