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Maspero, Gaston
Études de mythologie et d'archéologie égyptiennes (Band 3) — Paris, 1898

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ON THE NAME OF AN EGYPTIAN DOG

Many of the tribes that inhabit the wilderness to the
West of Egypt speak even now dialects akin to those of
the Touaregs and the Kabyles1. If the identification between

yJj^^<y>"^7^ abaqarou and O- 'Am abaïkour is allowed

to be right, it becomes necessary to admit that some at
least of the Tamahou and Robou tribes spoke a Berber
tongue, and were of Berber origin.

1. See the vocabulary of the Siouah Dialect in Cailliaud, Voyage à
Mèroè, t. I, p. 409, 292, and Hanoteau, Essai de Grammaire kabyle.
 
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