Subsequently, however, he gave up the idea. After all, it was Kazervud, and he appealed to the artists to get down to business. Kazervud, author of the magnificent drawings of Egyptian monuments, was confused; frowning, he felt his face stone statues, mysterious characters, whimsical ornament, checked again and again, lighting, watching as the shadows fall on the beautifully carved reliefs, and shook his head ...
Meanwhile, Stephens, not calming down, the conductor sends back to the village to ask if someone can not tell anything about these mysterious statues. Such is not. Who could create these highly artistic works? 'Quien sabe?' ( 'Who knows?') - This is the stereotyped answer.
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