The Berbers

The Berbers

Book - 1995
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The Berber-speaking peoples are regarded as the indigenous tribes of North Africa. This comprehensive overview draws on a wide range of sources, from archaeology and history to anthropology and literature, to show these disparate and segmentary peoples in their immediate social environments and how they retained a separate identity among more dominant cultures. 43 plates. 55 drawings. 2 maps.
Publisher: Cambridge, MA : Blackwell, 1995
ISBN: 9780631168522
Branch Call Number: 961.0049 BRE
Characteristics: 350 p. : ill
Additional Contributors: Fentress, Elizabeth


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