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View of the Library, c. 100 AD, High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD)

View of the Library, c. 100 AD, High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD)

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View of the Library, c. 100 AD, High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD)

GDG267003 View of the Library, c.100 AD, High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); Timgad, Algeria; ( Biblitoheque; Thamugadi; Haut empire romain; roman colonial town in North Africa founded by the emperor Trajan in 100 AD; ); eGerard Degeorge; out of copyright

Media ID 22661472

© Gerard Degeorge / Bridgeman Images

Algeria Algeria Algerian Algerian Algerians Archaeological Site C2nd Columns Maghreb Maghrebi Maghrebian Roman Military Colony Arab Civilization Sudan


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This print showcases the magnificent "View of the Library" from the High Imperial Period in Timgad, Algeria. Dating back to around 100 AD, this remarkable piece of Roman architecture is a testament to the grandeur and sophistication of the empire during its peak. The library, known as Bibliotheque Thamugadi, was an integral part of this Roman colonial town founded by Emperor Trajan. Its imposing columns and intricate design reflect the mastery and skill of ancient Roman builders. Despite being in ruins now, it still exudes a sense of awe-inspiring beauty. Located in North Africa's Maghreb region, Timgad served as a military colony for Rome. The archaeological site not only offers glimpses into ancient history but also highlights the rich cultural heritage that exists within Algerian soil. This photograph captures more than just architectural marvels; it encapsulates centuries-old Arab civilization and African heritage. It serves as a reminder of how diverse cultures have shaped our world throughout history. Gerard Degeorge's expert lens has immortalized this view for us to appreciate today. As we gaze upon this image, we are transported back in time to witness the splendor and magnificence that once graced these lands.

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