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Carthage A Site of Cultural & Natural…

Carthage A Site of Cultural & Natural Interest (edition 2004)

by Abdelmajid Ennabli (Author)

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Title:Carthage A Site of Cultural & Natural Interest
Authors:Abdelmajid Ennabli (Author)
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Carthage A Site of Cultural & Natural Interest by Abdelmajid Ennabli


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The site of ancient Carthage, in the country of modern Tunisia, is told through images of artifacts, mosaics, maps, models of life in Carthage over generations of shifting rulers, and photographs of the site and surrounding area today. Punic, Phoenician, Roman and North African history all are presented making clear why this site was the first places named to the World Heritage Site list.
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