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Nablus, Palestine in Asia

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Tombstone. Nablus, Palestine. Roman art. 2nd-3rd century AD Featured Nablus Print

Tombstone. Nablus, Palestine. Roman art. 2nd-3rd century AD

Tombstone, limestone. Nablus (Palestine). Roman period, 2nd-3rd century AD. The Latin inscription is dedicated to the deified soul of the departed Augindai, horseman in the squadron of the Mauritanians (Roman colony). Rockefeller Archaeological Museum. Jerusalem. Israel. Date

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'Interior of the Tombs of the Kings on the road to Nablus', c1900. Artist: Unknown Featured Nablus Print

'Interior of the Tombs of the Kings on the road to Nablus', c1900. Artist: Unknown

'Interior of the Tombs of the Kings on the road to Nablus', c1900. From Journey in All Lands - Palestine. [Realistic Travels, London, Cape Town, Bombay, Melbourne, Toronto, c1900]

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