O. Brogan and D. J. Smith. 1984.
This volume reports one of the most important sites in the Tripolitanian hinterland. It contains detailed studies of the many buildings of the settlement (including a pagan temple) and its cemeteries. Particular attention is devoted to the monumental tombs for which the site is justly famous. Specialists’ finds reports cover Roman pottery and lamps, coins, glass, Latin and Libyan inscriptions and altars, Islamic pottery, coins and mirror boxes, skeletal remains, wood and charcoal samples, botanical remains and textiles.
330 pp. 172 black and white plates.
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