Archaeological Site of Sbeitla

Archaeological Site of Sbeitla


Kasserine, Tunisia (TN)
The Archaeological site of Sbeitla are the ruins of the ancient Roman city of Sufetula in modern-day Tunisia. The site was excavated in 1906 and 1921 and has the best preserved Roman temples in Tunisia.

The city was founded during the reign of Emperor Vespasian. The site is also known for being one of the conflicts between the Byzantine and Arabic Empires.

The site has several ruins and these include triumphal arches, temples, public baths, a forum and gates.
The Archaeological site of Sbeitla are the ruins of the ancient Roman city of Sufetula in modern-day Tunisia. The site was excavated in 1906 and 1921 and has the best preserved Roman temples in Tunisia.

The city was founded during the reign of Emperor Vespasian. The site is also known for being one of the conflicts between the Byzantine and Arabic Empires.

The site has several ruins and these include triumphal arches, temples, public baths, a forum and gates.
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Links: en.wikipedia.org
By: Drudii

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