La culture afro-berbère de tradition néolithique saharienneen Afrique du nord et dans les pays du Sahel

  • Flint, Bert

Neolithic Traditions of the Sahara in North Africa and the Sahel Region

The Dutch researcher and scholar Bert Flint has spent sixty years studying the Saharan origins of Moroccan culture and the affinities that unite the various Saharan cultures. The author takes us on a ten-step journey through the Sahara and the Sahel, while ten objects key to Flint’s research are analyzed in detail.

“The Andalusian tradition as it is still lived in Morocco appeared to Flint as a model way of life. In 1957 he decided to move to Marrakech to embark on various aspects of life in this city […] Flint was in fact one of the first to have promoted the rural and Berber heritage of Morocco, just as he was one of the first to become interested in the material culture of the populations of the Saharan diaspora.”

– Pierre Bergé

Auteur(s) Flint, Bert
Maison d'édition Editions Jardin Majorelle
Année 2021
Genre(s) Beau-livre
Taille 24 × 31 × 2,8 cm
Format Papier
Nb. de pages 400
Langue Français - Anglais
Prix 400 dhs
ISBN FR: 9 789954 91798