Was reading up on the Dogon people in Mali and found this image of a Dogon mud hut with what looks like the Amazigh symbol. Coincidence maybe? Or do the Tuareg have something to do with it?
Tógu nà (a kind of case à palabres): a building only for men. They rest here much of the day throughout the heat of the dry season, discuss affairs and take important decisions in the toguna. The roof of a toguna is made by 8 layers of millet stalks. It is a low building in which one cannot stand upright. This helps with avoiding violence when discussions get heated.