Roman Bath Pool With Mosaic - Museum of the Bardo Museum, Tunis (Tunisia) : ArtefactPorn
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The Roman ruins of Sufetula, containing the best preserved Forum temples in Tunisia. The Legio III Augusta established a camp at Ammaedara and the town was populated under the Emperor Vespasian and his sons between 67 and 69 AD.
[80 phot., 26 cartes postales, 1 phot. signée C. Portier, phot. à Alger, 1 dessin à la plume et 8 cartes (de la Tunisie antique): Algérie, Maroc, Tunisie, A.O.F. et A.E.F., Madagascar, Kénya, Zanzibar, Comores, le tout du début du XXe siècle, provenant d'Eugène Gallois et, pour 4 phot. du Maroc, d'H. Duveyrier. Enregistré en 1928] - 71
A lovely and rare antique silver gilt enameled amulet pendant from Djerba, in Tunisia. Late 19th, early 20th century. Green and blue enamel, partially worn. The gold wash is still well present. An attractive piece for connoisseurs ! See similar sample in " Les bijoux de Tunisie ", by Samira Gargouri-Sethom, p. 82-85 and in " Jewellery from the Orient - Treasures from the Bir Collection ", by Wolf-Dieter Seiwert, p. 40. T. From my own collection, nearly impossible to find in the bazaars.
African Colosseum in El Djem, Tunisia. El Djem is home to some of the most impressive Roman remains in Africa. The amphitheatre was built in the early century AD and was probably used mainly for gladiator shows and chariot races. (by worksoptony)