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Pratiques des harems marocains: sorcellerie, médecine, beauté

Aline R. de Lens was a painter, one of the first women admitted to the Art School of Paris. In 1914, she went to live in Morocco with her husband, Andre Reveillaud, a lawyer who notably devoted himself to the defence of Moroccans in Fes' court. They lived principally in Meknes, where she dedicated herself to the then named "native" arts revival. Also a writer, it is with a feminist sensibility tha…