Amazigh Language and Culture (Berbers and Moors)

The Amazigh are the indigenous people of North Africa, who have long been known by the exonyms Moor and Berber and have a number of distinct languages. They have historically been divided between those who remained in the mountains and opposed the various civilizations of North Africa (the Carthaginians, Romans, Arabs, etc.) and those who integrated into those societies, who became part and parcel of the Arab Islamic Empires in North Africa and Spain.

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