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Recherches sur l'évolution des structures tribales en Maurétanie tingitane de la fin du royaume au IIIe siècle

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Auteur / Autrice : Haddou Bouaghaz
Direction : René Rebuffat
Type : Thèse de doctorat
Discipline(s) : Archéologie
Date : Soutenance en 1994
Etablissement(s) : Paris 1

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The aim of this work is the study the interval evolution of the moorish tribes of tingitane, from the period of moorish to coming of islam. The study, at its core, consists therefore of three major parts : the preciding pages consist of a blueprint, an abriviation list and a general introduction. In the first part, the study inquires about the determination of the "gens" notion during august's reign. In the second part, the study is devoted to the tribes evolution in their social caracteristics, their naturel movement and their inter-relationhip with rome between 40bc and 285bc. In addition to taht, it deals with the roman conception of the frontier with what leads to the integration and to the romanization of the snibes chiefs. The study sheds lights on the succes of the roman "sedentarisation" in tingitane. The thirth part groes on to look of the south tingitan and their consequences on the tribes. The moorish king dom of masuna and the survival of some tribes from the "haut-empire" in the medieval maghreb history.