Encyclopédie berbère

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Encyclopédie berbère (English: Berber Encyclopaedia) is a French-language encyclopaedia dealing with subjects related to the Berber people. It was launched in 1984 under the aegis of UNESCO and is published by Editions Edisud. Its first editor-in-chief was Gabriel Camps. After his death in 2002, he was succeeded by Salem Chaker, Professor of Berber Languages at Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales, Paris. Volume 27 ("Kairouan - Kifan Bel-Ghomari") appeared in 2005.

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