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Slavery in Algeria

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The slave market of Algiers in the early 17th century.
The slave market of Algiers in the early 17th century.
An 1816 illustration of Christian slaves in Algiers
An 1816 illustration of Christian slaves in Algiers

Slavery is noted in the are later known as Algeria since antiquity.

Between the 16th-century and the early 19th-century, Algeria was a major center of the Barbary slave trade of Europeans, captured by the barbary pirates in the Atlantic and Mediterranean Sea, and forced sold on the slave market to Slavery on the Barbary Coast. The slave trade of Europeans ended after the Barbary wars in the early 19th-century.

Since antiquity, Algeria was a center of the Trans-Saharan slave trade of enslaved Africans from Sub Saharan Africa across the Sahara desert to the Mediterranean world. The slave trade from sub-Saharan Africa continued openly until the mid 19th-century.

Both slavery and slave trade were banned in Algeria in 1848.

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