Romauld (Rom) Landau was born in England, October 17, 1899. He was a sculptor, author, educator (including University of the
Pacific, Stockton, CA), foreign service officer, and specialist on Arab and Islamic culture. His particular area of interest
was Morocco, and he authored numerous works about Morocco, mainly in the 1950s and 1960s. He also was an art critic and book
reviewer for several newspapers and periodicals, including The Spectator. Landau died in 1974.
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