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The Jebel Zaghwan, c1890. Artist: Meunier
The Jebel Zaghwan, c1890. Artist: Meunier
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Scene from the Legend of Saint Perpetua, 1350/1400. Creator: Unknown
Scene from the Legend of Saint Perpetua, 1350/1400. Creator: Unknown
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Capture of Two Galleys at Byserta, 1628. Creator: Stefano della Bella
Capture of Two Galleys at Byserta, 1628. Creator: Stefano della Bella
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Caius Marius on the Ruins of Carthage, January 20, 1782. Creator: Robert Blyth
Caius Marius on the Ruins of Carthage, January 20, 1782. Creator: Robert Blyth
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Bearded Man in Oriental Costume, ca. 1780. Creator: Ozias Humphry
Bearded Man in Oriental Costume, ca. 1780. Creator: Ozias Humphry
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The Attack on the Citadel of Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown
The Attack on the Citadel of Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown
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The Plough Driven Over the Site of Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown
The Plough Driven Over the Site of Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown
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Marius Among the Ruins of Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown
Marius Among the Ruins of Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown
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Churchill With British Troops in North Africa, June 1943, (1945). Creator: Unknown
Churchill With British Troops in North Africa, June 1943, (1945). Creator: Unknown
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Map of the Barbary States, 1902. Creator: Unknown
Map of the Barbary States, 1902. Creator: Unknown
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A General View of Tunis, a celebrated Town in Barbary., 1782. Artist: John Keyse Sherwin
A General View of Tunis, a celebrated Town in Barbary., 1782. Artist: John Keyse Sherwin
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Aid of Tunisia and Ceuta, 1578, fresco in the Palace of Santa Cruz
Aid of Tunisia and Ceuta, 1578, fresco in the Palace of Santa Cruz
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Churchill With British Troops in North Africa, June 1943, (1945). Creator: Unknown Featured Image

Churchill With British Troops in North Africa, June 1943, (1945). Creator: Unknown

Churchill With British Troops in North Africa, June 1943, (1945). British Prime Minister Winston Churchill congratulates troops on their victories against the Germans during World War Two. They are gathered in the Roman amphitheatre at Carthage in Tunisia. Churchill (1874-1965) was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945, and again from 1951 to 1955. From "The Life and Times of Winston Churchill", by Malcolm Thomson. [Odhams Press Limited, London]

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Salvador Sama and Torrents, Marquis of Marianao (Barcelona, ?
Salvador Sama and Torrents, Marquis of Marianao (Barcelona, ?
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Old typical barns with people sitting on the stairs
Old typical barns with people sitting on the stairs
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Ruins of the Roman baths at Carthage
Ruins of the Roman baths at Carthage
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Rod-formed glass pendant in the form of a bearded man
Rod-formed glass pendant in the form of a bearded man
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Ruins of Roman Carthage
Ruins of Roman Carthage
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The courtyard of the Great Mosque at Kairouan, one of the oldest Islamic buildings
The courtyard of the Great Mosque at Kairouan, one of the oldest Islamic buildings
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A cistern outside Kairouan - one of the oldest surviving man-made reservoirs in
A cistern outside Kairouan - one of the oldest surviving man-made reservoirs in
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The so-called Tombeau de la Chretienne the greatest of all the Berber tomb monuments
The so-called Tombeau de la Chretienne the greatest of all the Berber tomb monuments
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A Tophet (Phoenician graveyard) at Salammbo the Phoenician port of Carthage
A Tophet (Phoenician graveyard) at Salammbo the Phoenician port of Carthage
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Sundial at Bulla Regia
Sundial at Bulla Regia
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The Ribat at Sousse
The Ribat at Sousse
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A marble relief from the Fatimid fortress city of Mahdia depicting a monarch with
A marble relief from the Fatimid fortress city of Mahdia depicting a monarch with
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Ruins of the Roman baths at Carthage Featured Image

Ruins of the Roman baths at Carthage

Ruins of the Roman baths at Carthage. View of the hypocaust, the open space, supportedby columns, below the floor allowing the passage of hot air and smoke in order to heat the room above. Carthage was originally a Phoenician colony which was completely destroyed by the Romans in 146. Country of Origin: Tunisia. Culture: Roman. Date/Period: Built between 146-162. Place of Origin: Carthage. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ . Location: 16

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A leaf from a Koran with gold Kufic script on blue parchment
A leaf from a Koran with gold Kufic script on blue parchment
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A page from a Koran written in the characteristic script of the Maghrib
A page from a Koran written in the characteristic script of the Maghrib
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A Numidian Berber tomb built by Punic craftsmen seen from the ruins of the Roman city of
A Numidian Berber tomb built by Punic craftsmen seen from the ruins of the Roman city of
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The watch tower of the Ribat of Monastir
The watch tower of the Ribat of Monastir
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The interior of the Great Mosque at Kairouan, one of the oldest Islamic buildings
The interior of the Great Mosque at Kairouan, one of the oldest Islamic buildings
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The Great Mosque at Kairouan, one of the oldest Islamic buildings and the first important
The Great Mosque at Kairouan, one of the oldest Islamic buildings and the first important
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Villa at Utica
Villa at Utica
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The ruins of the Roman town of Utica
The ruins of the Roman town of Utica
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Bulla Regia, Tunisia, 2nd-3rd Century
Bulla Regia, Tunisia, 2nd-3rd Century
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Villa at Utica, Tunisia, Roman, 2nd Century
Villa at Utica, Tunisia, Roman, 2nd Century
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Plate decorated with a drawing of a Fatimid horseman, Islamic, Tunisia, 10th-12th century
Plate decorated with a drawing of a Fatimid horseman, Islamic, Tunisia, 10th-12th century
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The Roman ruins at Thuburba Majus
The Roman ruins at Thuburba Majus
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A Numidian Berber tomb built by Punic craftsmen seen from the ruins of the Roman city of Dougga Featured Image

A Numidian Berber tomb built by Punic craftsmen seen from the ruins of the Roman city of Dougga

A Numidian Berber tomb built by Punic craftsmen seen from the ruins of the Roman city of Dougga. Country of Origin: Tunisia. Culture: Berber. Date/Period: 2nd Century BC. Place of Origin: Near Dougga. Material Size: 70 ft high. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive. Location: 13

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The ruins of Dougga, a small Roman town in North Africa which flourished in the 2nd-3rd
The ruins of Dougga, a small Roman town in North Africa which flourished in the 2nd-3rd
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Bulla Regia
Bulla Regia
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Part of a mosaic pavement depicting fishing in a large lake full of many kinds of fish
Part of a mosaic pavement depicting fishing in a large lake full of many kinds of fish
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View of Sousse
View of Sousse
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Man with Donkey (Tunisia), 1914. Artist: Macke, August (1887-1914)
Man with Donkey (Tunisia), 1914. Artist: Macke, August (1887-1914)
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Berber country women from the interior of Tunisia, 1912. Artist: Schroeder & Co
Berber country women from the interior of Tunisia, 1912. Artist: Schroeder & Co
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Tunisian (Berber) woman and child, 1912. Artist: J Garrigues
Tunisian (Berber) woman and child, 1912. Artist: J Garrigues
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Date Picking at Gabes, c1913. Artist: Charles JS Makin
Date Picking at Gabes, c1913. Artist: Charles JS Makin
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Kairouan. Interior of the Grande Mosque, c1913. Artist: Charles JS Makin
Kairouan. Interior of the Grande Mosque, c1913. Artist: Charles JS Makin
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Carthage. The Amphitheatre, c1913. Artist: Charles JS Makin
Carthage. The Amphitheatre, c1913. Artist: Charles JS Makin
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Tunis. A Gateway of the East, c1913. Artist: Charles JS Makin
Tunis. A Gateway of the East, c1913. Artist: Charles JS Makin
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The Ruins of Carthage, c1850. Artist: Henry Adlard
The Ruins of Carthage, c1850. Artist: Henry Adlard
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