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English: "This is in the market in Mopti. It travels by camel from the desert into Timbuktu, then by boat down to Mopti and from there into Bamako and the rest of Mali." This is salt from the ancient en:Azalai trade from the Saharan mines and evaporation pools, through Timbuctu, to much of west africa. The Salt is for medicinal purposes, home remedies, industrial usage, and for farm animals (depending on the type).
Date May 2003
Author Robin Taylor


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