“Our notions of Mecca must be drawn from the Arabians; as no unbeliever is permitted to enter the city, our travellers are silent.” — Gibbon, chap. 50.
Dark and the Desert and Destriers me ken,
And the Glaive and the Joust, and Paper and Pen.
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