Five ancient ruins in Algeria you need to see in your lifetime

Ama Nunoo February 04, 2021
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Lambaesis was once the capital of the ancient Roman province, Numida. It is one of the little-known ruins that are in the Aures Mountains. The site’s most prominent structure now is the praetorium of the Third Augustan Legion, which is the commandant’s house believed to have been put up around AD 268.

The Byzantines occupied the place from the 6th century till they were kicked out by the Arabs around AD 683 and the city was renamed — Bar-el-Molouk — in the 10th century.

Last Edited by:Mildred Europa Taylor Updated: February 4, 2021


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