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  1. Berber is a branch of the Afroasiatic language family. Since modern Berber languages are relatively homogeneous, the date of the Proto-Berber language from which the modern group is derived was probably comparatively recent, comparable to the age of the Germanic or Romance subfamilies of the Indo-European family.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › BerberBerber - Wikipedia

    Berber languages, a family of Afro-Asiatic languages; Places. Berber, Sudan, a town on the Nile; People with the surname. Ady Berber (1913–1966), Austrian film actor; Alejandro Berber (born 1987), Mexican footballer; Anita Berber (1899–1928), German dancer, actress, and writer; Fatiha Berber (1945–2015), Algerian actress

  3. A primeira classificação das tribos berberes, válida para a segunda metade do século XIV, foi fornecida pelo historiador árabe ibne Caldune.A leste se situavam os Lowata da Cirenaica, de Tripolitânia, do Jeride e do Aurés, a oeste, os branês e os Zenata.

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    Sadiqi, Fatima (1998) Berber languages/dialects: Analysis of mutual intelligibility (Notes and Records nr. 6). Kaapstad: Communications of The Centre for Advanced Studies of African Society. Stroomer, Harry (2002) In de schaduw van het Arabisch: over niet-Arabische talen en culturen in Noord-Afrika en het Midden-Oosten.

  5. Geschichte und sprachgeschichtliche Stellung. Die Berbersprachen sind einer von fünf oder sechs Primärzweigen der in Nord- und Ostafrika und Südwestasien verbreiteten afroasiatischen Sprachen (auch hamito-semitische und semito-hamitische Sprachen genannt), zu denen außer dem Berberischen auch das Semitische, Kuschitische, Tschadische, Ägyptische sowie eventuell das Omotische gehören.