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Copts: Name for the Christian population of Egypt and Nubia in Late Antiquity.
This page was created on 1 April 2020.
Gladiator: professional (or slave) fighter who engaged in combat in a Roman amphitheater.
This page was created on 31 March 2020.
The tsunami of 365 CE: a disastrous tidal wave that destroyed the ports of many Roman cities in northern Africa.
This page was created on 29 March 2020.
Madghacen (also known as Imedghassen, Medracen, and Madghis): royal tomb of an unknown Numidian king.
This page was created on 24 March 2020.
Tunes (Greek: Τύνης): city near Carthage, modern Tunis.
This page was created on 18 March 2020.
Opus Africanum: modern name for an ancient building technique.
This page was created on 15 March 2020.
Dedan (Hebrew: דְּדָן): town in the Arabian desert along the Incense Route in the Al-‘Ula oasis. It was the capital of the Iron Age kingdoms of Dedan and Lihyan.
This page was created on 23 February 2020.
Hagra: town in the Al-‘Ula oasis. Originally a town of the Lihyanites, it became part of Nabataea and was reused as a Roman fort. Modern Mada'in Saleh.
This page was created on 10 February 2020.
Gulussa: Numidian prince and king (ruling after 148 BCE), son of Massinissa, brother of Micipsa and Mastanabal.
This page was created on 1 February 2020.