Sometime during the 4th century, a fugitive princess led her people south towards a better life. Her name was Tin Hinan, which translated literally meant “Queen of the Tents”; a reflection of the way her people chose to live an untethered nomadic existence of freedom. Where Tin Hinan and her people came from was a mystery, but before long they would be known for spreading far and wide throughout the north-western parts of Africa.
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