Tunisia: holding of the 22nd edition of the scientific symposium “Africa Romana”

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The 22nd edition of the scientific colloquium “L’Africa Romana”, held from 15 to 19 December in Sbeïtla, was attended by 200 researchers and historians from Morocco, Algeria, Spain, France, Italy and Tunisia.

The meeting, organised by the University of Sassari and the National Heritage Institute, aims to enrich knowledge on the history of Roman Africa.

Studies on Greek and Roman antiquity are of great scientific importance, according to the historian representing the University of Sassari, Attilio Mastino.

On the fringes of this event, working sessions, debates, visits to archaeological sites and the presentation of new epigraphic discoveries from different regions of North Africa were organised in order to exchange experiences and reflections on issues that could advance scientific research in North Africa.


Jihan Rmili

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