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1. The big theatre

2. The Capitol

3. Lybico-Punic Mausoleum

4. Licinian Baths

5. Southern Baths

6. Brothel

7. Forum

8. Square of Winds

9. Temple of Caelestis

10. Temple of Saturn

11. Temple of Minerva

12. Small temples

13. Hypogee

14. Streets and houses

15. Mosaics, statues and inscriptions

16. Arch of Alexander Severus

17. Cisterns

18. City market

19. Numidian Wall

20. Dolmens

21. In Bardo Museum


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Numidian Wall
Dougga, Tunisia

The Numidian wall is the main ruins of the era preceding the Roman one. The Numidians were ruled by native kings, and rested on their own culture. Not quite as refined as Roman stone structures, these walls still attest that the Numidians had quite advanced techniques.

By Tore Kjeilen