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Archaeological Site of Sabratha

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Archaeological Site of Sabratha
archaeological site
CountryLibya Demese
Located in the administrative territorial entityAz Zawiyah Governorate, Sabratha wa Sorman District, Tripolitania Demese
Located in or next to body of waterMediterranean Sea Demese
Coordinate location32°48′19″N 12°29′6″E Demese
Significant eventlist of World Heritage in Danger Demese
Heritage designationWorld Heritage Site Demese
World Heritage criteriaWorld Heritage selection criterion (iii) Demese
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Achaeological site of Sabratha de la zĩsɛka ti ba tũ mɛ n boi Numidia la de ti la nyaa tee dɛna 'Roman City' bɔna lem 'Present-day Sabratha Libya.[1]

La yuum de la Phoenician tuuma la ze'ele de na sore bɔ'ɔra lɔgerɔ de na African hinterland, gee bilam la pooren ŋwana gi'i Numidian Kingdom of Massinissa gee nyaa ta de na Romanized gee ti ba yuum maan mɛ ka la 2nd and 3rd centuries A.D.yuuma la puan.[2]

HISTORY-TUUSUM

Sabratha, boi la coast of Libya 40 km, lebesi la west of modern Tripoli, ka yuum wa'ana doose la Phoenician settlers sixth bii fifth century B.C. yuuma la puan ka yuum ta karike mɛ ti lɔgerɔ zo'e bona tiŋa la puan, Roman saŋa la, ka yuum ka boi bini ti la yue Arabs Seventh Century A.D. kinina la zuo. Zina beere wa ka lagum pa'asɛ la Lepcis Magna de na zikãtɛ bona tiŋa la puan. Yele paala la yuum pɔsɛ ita 1926 yuunɛ la puan[3]. Italian colonial saŋa la puan gee yuuma zo'e zo'e tiŋa la nɛreba suure yuum nɔŋɛ la Laid bare. British Military Administration immediately Second World War ba'aseŋɔ la pooren, yuuma atã tuuma zo'e zo'e ti British expedition yuum tuna.[4]

Viisɔgɔ Lɔgɛrɔ[demese | demesego zia]

  1. Archaeological site of Sabratha (Libya) | African World Heritage Sites.
  2. Centre, UNESCO World Heritage. Archaeological Site of Sabratha (en).
  3. Kenrick, Philip. "Excavations at Sabratha 1948-1951: A Report on the Excavations Conducted by Dame Kathleen Kenyon and John Ward-Perkins". Journal of Roman Studies Monographs 2: 416.
  4. Kenrick, Philip. "Excavations at Sabratha 1948-1951: A Report on the Excavations Conducted by Dame Kathleen Kenyon and John Ward-Perkins". Journal of Roman Studies Monographs 2: 416.