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Dihya (Berber: Daya Ult Yenfaq Tajrawt, Dihya, or Damya Algerian Arabic: ديهيا, ), was a Berber queen, religious and military leader who led indigenous resistance to Arab expansion in Northwest Africa, the region then known as Numidia, known as Algeria today.

Dihya (Berber: Daya Ult Yenfaq Tajrawt, Dihya, or Damya Algerian Arabic: ديهيا, ), was a Berber queen, religious and military leader who led indigenous resistance to Arab expansion in Northwest Africa, the region then known as Numidia, known as Algeria today.

The Battle of Lake Trasimene (June 24, 217 BCE)  was a major battle in the Second Punic War. The Carthaginians under Hannibal defeated the Romans under the consul Gaius Flaminius. The battle is one of the largest and most successful ambushes in military history. Artwork by Angus McBride

The Battle of Lake Trasimene (June 24, 217 BCE) was a major battle in the Second Punic War. The Carthaginians under Hannibal defeated the Romans under the consul Gaius Flaminius. The battle is one of the largest and most successful ambushes in military history. Artwork by Angus McBride

Al Kahina, Berber warrior

Al Kahina, Berber warrior

Numidian prince, 2nd C. BC; Berber horseman, 1st C. BC; Garamante warrior, 1st C. BC by Angus McBride

Numidian prince, 2nd C. BC; Berber horseman, 1st C. BC; Garamante warrior, 1st C. BC by Angus McBride

Daya Ult Yenfaq Tajrawt was an Imazighen religious and military leader in the region known then (the 7th century) as Numidia, Algeria today, who dedicated her life to leading Imazighen resistance campaigns against Arab expansion of the Umayyad Dynasty in Numidia. Her Muslim opponents gave her the nickname al-Kāhinat (the priestess soothsayer) for her reputed ability to foresee the future.

Daya Ult Yenfaq Tajrawt was an Imazighen religious and military leader in the region known then (the 7th century) as Numidia, Algeria today, who dedicated her life to leading Imazighen resistance campaigns against Arab expansion of the Umayyad Dynasty in Numidia. Her Muslim opponents gave her the nickname al-Kāhinat (the priestess soothsayer) for her reputed ability to foresee the future.

Iberian Balearic Slingers in skirmish battle, Punic War

Iberian Balearic Slingers in skirmish battle, Punic War

Tariq ibn Ziyad or Taric bin Zeyad‎ (طارق بن زیاد), (born in Oued Tafna, modern day Algeria, died in 720), known in Spanish history and legend as Taric el Tuerto (Taric the one-eyed), was a Berber Muslim and Umayyad General who led the conquest of Visigothic Hispania in 711 under the orders of Umayyad Caliph Al-Walid I. Tariq ibn Ziyad (طارق بن زباد) is considered to be one of the most important military commanders in Iberian history.

Tariq ibn Ziyad or Taric bin Zeyad‎ (طارق بن زیاد), (born in Oued Tafna, modern day Algeria, died in 720), known in Spanish history and legend as Taric el Tuerto (Taric the one-eyed), was a Berber Muslim and Umayyad General who led the conquest of Visigothic Hispania in 711 under the orders of Umayyad Caliph Al-Walid I. Tariq ibn Ziyad (طارق بن زباد) is considered to be one of the most important military commanders in Iberian history.

Aníbal Barca y su ejército

Aníbal Barca y su ejército

Africa | Image source Forumbiodiversity.com ~  Berbers of Algeria.  No photographer details provided.

Africa | Image source Forumbiodiversity.com ~ Berbers of Algeria. No photographer details provided.

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