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The Royal Fez Moroccan Tarot was created in the 1950s by Roland Berrill (the founder of MENSA -- a high I.Q. society) and artist Michael Hobdell. Both died before the deck was printed. Their design, drawn in pen and ink, was based on a legend that tarot was a remnant of secret societies that once existed in Fez, Morocco. The black-and-white backgrounds of the images suggest Moroccan landscapes, architecture, and culture. However, the foreground is undeniably a clone of Rider-Waite-Smith imagery.

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