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Facing the Sea of Sand: The Sahara and the Peoples of Northern Africa (edition 2023)

by Barry Cunliffe (Author)

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Northern Africa is dominated now by the Sahara Desert, stretching across the continent from the Atlantic Ocean to the Red Sea. This book is about the people who lived around the edges of the Desert and the different ways in which they responded to its challenges, establishing networks of communication across its expanse.… (more)
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Title:Facing the Sea of Sand: The Sahara and the Peoples of Northern Africa
Authors:Barry Cunliffe (Author)
Info:Oxford University Press (2023), 416 pages
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Northern Africa is dominated now by the Sahara Desert, stretching across the continent from the Atlantic Ocean to the Red Sea. This book is about the people who lived around the edges of the Desert and the different ways in which they responded to its challenges, establishing networks of communication across its expanse.

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