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Ruins of Sbeitla, the ancient Sufetula, c1890. Artist: Barbant
Ruins of Sbeitla, the ancient Sufetula, c1890. Artist: Barbant
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Early Christian Baptismal Bath at Roman forum of Sufetula, Sbeitla, Tunisia, c20th century
Early Christian Baptismal Bath at Roman forum of Sufetula, Sbeitla, Tunisia, c20th century
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Hypocaust in a Roman bath house, 2nd century
Hypocaust in a Roman bath house, 2nd century
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View of the Capitoline temple in Sufetula, 1st century
View of the Capitoline temple in Sufetula, 1st century
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Capitoline temple in the forum of Sufetula, c.1st century
Capitoline temple in the forum of Sufetula, c.1st century
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Roman olive presses in the city of Sufetula
Roman olive presses in the city of Sufetula
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Temples in the forum of Sufetula, 2nd century
Temples in the forum of Sufetula, 2nd century
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The Roman capitol of Sbeitla, 1st century
The Roman capitol of Sbeitla, 1st century
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Early Christian Baptismal Bath at Roman forum of Sufetula, Sbeitla, Tunisia, c20th century Featured Print

Early Christian Baptismal Bath at Roman forum of Sufetula, Sbeitla, Tunisia, c20th century

Early Christian Baptismal Bath at Roman forum of Sufetula, Sbeitla, Tunisia, c20th century. Early Christian Baptismal Bath in a Basilica converted from a Roman Temple in Roman ruins of Sufetula in north-central Tunisia.The city was founded, if not already in existence, during the reign of Emperor Vespasian, as the entry point of the Muslim conquest of North Africa