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Roman Empire: Leptis Magna (Libya)

Amphitheater, Leptis Magna, Libya Sabratha was one of the three cities of Tripolis, it lies on the Mediterranean coast west of Tripoli,the archaeological site was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1982

Arch of the Roman Emperor Septimius Severus, Archaeological Site of Leptis Magna, Libya, Africa Found on liv.ac.uk

Arch of the roman Emperor Septimius Severus, Archaeological Site of Leptis Magna, Libya, Africa

Teatre romà (orquestra i escena), Lepcis Magna    Stage (proscaenium and frons scaenae) and orchestra, Roman theatre, Lepcis Magna, Libya.

Teatre romà (orquestra i escena), Lepcis Magna Stage (proscaenium and frons scaenae) and orchestra, Roman theatre, Lepcis Magna, Libya.

Leptis Magna, the ruins of a Roman city just east of Tripoli, Libya

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Archaeological Site of Leptis Magna - Libya | Flickr.com.   THE LIBYAN Esther Kofod www.estherkofod

Archaeological Site of Leptis Magna - Libya | Flickr.com. THE LIBYAN Esther Kofod www.estherkofod

Roman inscription in the ruins of Leptis Magna, Libya | por Eric Lafforgue

Roman inscription in the ruins of Leptis Magna, Libya | por Eric Lafforgue

The roman ruins of Sabratha in northwestern Libya (by dario lorenzetti).

Sabratha in the Zawiya District of Libya was the westernmost of the ancient "three cities" of Roman Tripolis. It lies on the Mediterranean coast 41 mi. west of modern Tripoli. The extant archaeological site was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in

The Arch of Septimius Severus in the ancient city of Leptis Magna - Libya - early 3rd century AD - note the broken pediment - this is highly innovative and rare in Roman architecture of the period

The Arch of Septimius Severus in the ancient city of Leptis Magna - Libya - early century AD - note the broken pediment - this is highly innovative and rare in Roman architecture of the period. Example of the Composite order of architecture.

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One of the best preserved Roman sites anywhere. On my bucket list, along with Palmyra in Syria.

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