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■ Barbier, Maurice. Trois français au Sahara occidental en 1784-1786. Introduction, choix de textes et notes par Maurice Barbier. Paris: L'Harmattan, 1984.
■ Benabou, Marcel. "Juba II ou l'africanité vassale." In Les Africains, vol. 9, edited by Charles André Julien et al., 141-66. Paris: Editions Jeune Afrique, 1977.
■ ---. "Tacfarinas: Insurgé berbère contre la colonisation romaine." In Les Africains, vol. 12, edited by Charles André Julien et al., 293-310. Paris: Editions Jeune Afrique, 1977.
■ Berque, Jacques. Al-Youssi: Problèmes de culture marocaine au XVIIe siècle. Paris: Mouton, 1958.
■ Bouchenaki, Mounir. "Jugurtha: Un roi berbère et sa guerre contre Rome." In Les Africains, vol. 4, edited by Charles André Julien et al., 165-92. Paris: Editions Jeune Afrique, 1977.
■ Désiré-Vuillemin, G. M. "Cheikh Ma El Aïnin et le Maroc, ou l'échec d'un moderne Almoravide." Revue de l'histoire des colonies françaises 45 (1958): 29-60.
■ Durosoy, Maurice. Lyautey: Maréchal de France, 1854-1934. Paris: Lavauzelle, 1984.
■ Enan, M. A. Ibn Khaldun, His Life and Work. 2nd ed. Lahore, 1946.
■ Gateau, Albert. "Travaux." Hespéris 37 (1950): 1-4.
■ Harbi, M. "Abane Ramdane." In Les Africains, vol. 11, edited by Charles-André Julien et al., 217-38. Paris: Editions Jeune Afrique, 1978.
■ Hart, David. "Assu u-ba Slam." In Les Africains, vol. 5, edited by Charles-André Julien et al., 75-106. Paris: Editions Jeune Afrique, 1978.
■ Houroro, Faouzi M. Sociologie politique coloniale au Maroc: Cas de Michaux-Bellaire. Casablanca: Afrique Orient, 1988.
■ Howe, S. "Charles de Foucauld, Explorer of Morocco and Knight Errant of Christ." Muslim World 18 (1928): 124-46.
■ Kadra, Houaria. Jugurtha: Un Berbère contre Rome. Paris: Arléa, 2005.
■ Khalil, Mohamed. Mohammad al-mukhtar al-susi: Dirasat li-shaksiyatih washi' irih. Al-dâr al-bayda': mu'assasat al-tiba'a wa-l-nashr, 1985.
■ ---. Al-Mokhtar al-Sussi: Al-dhakira al-musta`ada. Casablanca: Imprimerie Najah El Jadida, 1986.
■ Lévi-Provençal, Evariste. "Un historiographe et poète de cour mérinide: Abû fâris al-malzûzî." AIEOI (1934-1935): 189-92.
■ Lyautey, Louis Hubert Gonzalve. Lyautey l'africain; textes et lettres du maréchal Lyautey. Présentés par Pierre Lyautey. 4 vols. Paris: Plon, 1953-1957.
■ Mameri, Khalfa. Abbane Ramdane. Paris: L'Harmattan, 1988.
■ Mandouze, André. "Saint Augustin: Une africanité en question." In Les Africains, vol. 10, edited by Charles André Julien et al., 73-104. Paris: Editions Jeune Afrique, 1978.
■ Martin, B. "Ma al-`Aynayan al-Qalqami ou la résistance d'un shaykh saharien." In Les Africains, vol. 12, edited by Charles André Julien et al., 173-96. Paris: Editions Jeune Afrique, 1978.
■ Merad, Ali. "L'autobiographie d'Ibn Khaldun." IBLA 19 (1956): 53-64.
■ ---. "Abd Al-Mu'min à la conquête de l'Afrique du Nord (1130-1163)." Annales de l'Institut d'études orientales 15 (1957): 109-60.
■ ---. A Christian Hermit in an Islamic World: A Muslim's View of Charles de Foucauld. Translated by Zoe Hersov. New York: Paulist Press, 1999.
■ Miguel, André. "Ibn Battuta: Trente années de voyages de Pékin au Niger." In Les Africains, vol. 1, edited by Charles André Julien et al., 113-40. Paris: Editions Jeune Afrique, 1978.
■ Morsy, Magali. "El Haj Thami Elglaoui: Un grand caid contre le sultan et l'indépendance marocaine." In Les Africains, vol. 8, edited by Charles André Julien et al., 65-99. Paris: Editions Jeune Afrique, 1977.
■ al-Mukhtâr al-Soussi. Al-dhâkira al-musta'âda: a 'mâl al-nadwa allatî nazzamahâ ittihâd kutâb al-maghrib bi-ta'âwun ma'a al-majlis al-baladî limadîna agâdîr. Al-dâr al-baydâ': matba'at al-najâh al-jadîda, 1986.
■ Norris, H. T. "New Evidence on the Life of 'Abdullah b. Yâsîn and the Origins of the Almoravid Movement." Journal of African History 12 (1971): 255-68.
■ ---. "`Abdullah Ibn Yasin et la dynamique conquérante des Almoravides." In Les Africains, vol. 12, edited by Charles André Julien et al., 15-40. Paris: Editions Jeune Afrique, 1978.
■ Oussaid, Brick. Les coquelicots de l'Oriental: Chronique d'une famille berbère marocaine. Paris: La Découverte, 1984.
■ Pavis d'Escurac, Henriette. "Apulée: Rhéteur africain de la province romaine." In Les Africains, vol. 5, edited by Charles André Julien et al., 45-74. Paris: Editions Jeune Afrique, 1978.
■ Roux, Arsène. "Les aventures extraordinaires de Sidi Hmäd-u-Musa, patron de Tazerwalt." Hespéris 39 (1952): 75-96.
■ Stroomer, Harry, and Michael Peyron. Catalogue des archives du "Fonds Arsène Roux." Cologne: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag, 2004.
■ Talbi, M. "Ibn Tumart ou le parti avant la dynastie almohade." In Les Africains, vol. 11, edited by Charles André Julien et al., 135-66. Paris: Editions Jeune Afrique, 1978.

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