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Africa | Tuareg woman. Southern Algeria | ©Donquishoote

Africa | Tuareg woman. Southern Algeria | ©Donquishoote

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"Finger rings 'tisek' are passed between Tuareg women and men as signs of affection. Those with carnelian setting are believed to have the same properties as 'tanfouk' pendants in healing wounds and averting the evil eye." Rings shown here are from Mali.

A Tuareg Girl:  The Tuareg are a Berber people with a traditionally nomadic pastoralist lifestyle.  Most Tuareg live in the Saharan parts of Niger and Mali but, being nomadic, there is constant movement across national borders, and small groups of Tuareg are also found in southeastern Algeria, southwestern Libya and northern Burkina Faso, and a small community in northern Nigeria.

A Tuareg girl, an indigenous, nomadic people of north Africa. I would like to see the rest of the hair to see the whole hair style.

Africa | Rich Bedouin woman. Algeria | ©Collection Idéale P.S. | ca. 1905 | Scanned old postcard image

Rich Bedouin woman, Algeria, Africa, ca Collection Idéale P. Scanned old postcard image

Africa | "Ouleds Naïls, femme aux bijoux".  Algeria || Vintage postcard; R. Prouho, collection artistique "L'Afrique"

Africa | "Ouleds Naïls, femme aux bijoux". Algeria || Vintage postcard; R. Prouho, collection artistique "L'Afrique"

Old embossed and chased Tuareg Talisman, probably Kel Ahaggar, at the border between Algeria and Niger. | Excellent and rare design ( Telchatemt )

ETHNICITY: TUAREG / Old embossed and chased Tuareg Talisman, probably Kel Ahaggar, at the border between Algeria and Niger.

Africa | Tuareg Crosses, now worn by women as pendants around the neck, were originally worn by men, passed down from father to son when the boy reached puberty. The father would say ' I give you the 4 corners of the world as one cannot know where one will die'. Most cross designs are named after oasis towns between Agadez in Niger and the Hogger Mountains in the North More

Tuareg Crosses, now worn by women as pendants around the neck, were originally worn by men, passed down from father to son when the boy reached puberty.

Africa | Tuareg woman and child sewing.  Hoggar, Algeria || Vintage postcard.  No 1632

Kel Tamasheq/ Tuareg people of the Sahel & Sahara: Niger, Burkina Faso, Mali, Algeria and Libya. Pictures belong to their respective owners.

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