Afro-Asiatic languages are spoken by various communities from a large area in West Africa centered around Lake Chad (Chadic), all the way across North Africa (Berber) into Egypt (Egyptian), Ethiopia, and Somalia, and down the Great Rift Valley to the foot of Mt. Kilimanjaro (Cushitic / Omotic). The family crosses over into Western Asia (Semitic), and is also spoken in the Middle East through Palestine and Syria, down around the Arabian Peninsula into Yemen and Oman, and stretching into Iraq. Source
Wikipedia article, with a useful map.
A journal for the study of the Northwest Semitic languages and literatures (published in Rolling Hills Estates, CA, USA).
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