(1977) 'Power and wealth are cousins: descent, class and marital strategies among the Kel Ahaggar
', Africa 47 (3-4): 242-52, 333-443.
Au pavillon central du Palais des expositions, des dizaines dae1/4aoouvriers sae1/4aoattellent Uu terminer lae1/4aoinstallation des divers stands, alors que les deux autres pavillons, Ahaggar
et Casbah, sont totalement achevUu[c]s et nae1/4aoattendent plus que les exposants pour installer leurs livres, organiser leur espace et accueillir les visiteurs.
The author then observes that "[t]he Taureg now occupy the territories between Touat-Ghadames and Northern Nigeria, and from Fezzam to Lace Faguibine, west of Timbuktu" (82) before offering insightful ethnographic details about the Taureg; for example, "They consist of several tribes" (such as "the Kel Ahaggar
, the Kel Ajjer, the Kel Air, the Kel Adran and the Iullemmeden"), and "[t]he social set-up was made up on a class system, the nobles--called Imajeghen--the middle class, the working class--called the Imghad, the blacksmiths and the slaves" (82).
Tamanrasset, in southern Algeria, in the Ahaggar
Mountains is famous for the most beautiful sunsets in the region of Askaram that is characterized by its mountains, and is an important destination for tourists, who visit the city of Tamanrasset where the most beautiful sunset resides.
Aoudad occur in two protected areas, but both are located in southern Algeria: Tassili n'Ajjer and Ahaggar
national parks (Illizi and Tammenserrasset gouvernorate respectively).
Le lait et les produits laitiers en Ahaggar
. Centre Rech Anthr Prehist Ethn 1969.
An illustrative case involves the Kel Ahaggar
, seminomadic pastoralists in southern Algeria.
Their home is Tamanrasset in southern Algeria, an oasis city high in the Ahaggar
mountains that is the centre for the country's Touareg population.
It is mentioned in various biotopes along rivers, gardens, irrigated crops near Sebkhas or Chott , at the Oasis [35,12], in the regions of Biskra, Adrar and Tamanrasset  and even the Ahaggar
National Park, the largest mountain range in the extreme south of Algeria .
She has been back regularly ever since, in particular to Niger's Air region, and has travelled with the Algerian Tuareg in the Ahaggar
88; Figure 8 based on photographs in Johannes Nicolaisen, Ecology and Culture of the Pastoral Tuareg, with Particular Reference to the Tuareg of Ahaggar
and Ayr (Copenhagen: National Museum of Copenhagen, 1963) p.