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Areas where significant numbers of Tuaregs live.

Sources used to draw this map

  • Basset (1952)
  • Bernus (1996) Touaregs: un peuple du désert.
  • Lhote (1984)
  • Sudlow (2001)
  • Bougchiche, Lamara. (1997) Langues et litteratures berberes des origines a nos jours. Bibliographie internationale et sytematique. Paris: Ibis Press.
  • Zavadovskij (1967)

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