Laghouat is a town of Algeria, chief town of the wilaya of the same name.
The birth of the town of Laghouat goes back to the beginning of the XIXe century. But the existence of a " qaçr" (village or city surrounded by a stone wall for protection against the invasions) in a site which seems to be that of the current city was announced towards XIe or XIIe by Ibn Khaldoun, sheltering a faction of Blessed-Laghouat: Connect famous tribe of the Maghrâwa or Maghraoua.
Laghouat is a prince of the Berber tribe Maghraoua. It reigned between 1058 to 1067. It is wire of Yusef B. Ali. His wife is Zineb Nefzawienne. When Almoravides took Tadla, Laghouat taken refuge At Temim of the tribe of the Banou Ifren Hakem of Salé. But, Almoravides attack Salé and kill Laghouat. After Yousef Ben Tachefin Marie with Zaineb.
History of Berber, Ibn Khaldoun p 902 Berti Edition, integral version, Algiers 2003
site of Laghouatis
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