Canadian excavations at Carthage, 1976 and 1978.
The Theodosian wall, northern sector.
|Author:||C.M Wells, E.M. Wightman|
|Notes:||The defensive wall in the northern sector of Roman Carthage (ca. 425 A.D.) lies along the foot of a winding exarpment, the course of which was determined by the wall. The built-up area of the Augustin colony extended north of decumanus VI. It flourished by the late 4th cent. A.D., declined in the 6th cent., and was redeveloped in the 7th cent.|
|Periodical:||Journal of field Archaeology|
Archaeology and Epigraphy
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