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Archeological Museum of Sbeïtla

The museum has four rooms and a hallway where archaeological objects are exposed controls various aspects of daily life from prehistory to the Muslim period (religion, housing, economy, etc..)

ROOM I:
It is reserved for historical notices Sufetula site with maps and plans, archaeological evidence of prehistoric illustrated by one of the many "rammadiya" snail or the region from the period Capsian, VII and VIII of civilization millennia .
ROOM II:
It is reserved for carving marble statues, marble busts and statues discovered in Sbeïtla, Kasserine and other sites in the region.
ROOM III and IV:
Part of this space is devoted to two mosaic panels that decorated private homes, the rest of space is a reflection of economic life in the region during antiquity
V ROOM (lobby):
Objects and documents on display provide an idea of the archaeological resources on the Christian era.

 


Croix latine monogrammatique (Fin du Vème- VIème siècle ap-J.C

Last Updated on Thursday, 16 December 2010 14:35