Tunisia Recovering stolen artifacts dating back to the Roman era Tunisia Recovering stolen artifacts dating back to the Roman era

Tunisia Recovering stolen artifacts dating back to the Roman era

Tunisia Recovering stolen artifacts dating back to the Roman era

On Friday, the National Guard in Tozeur, southwest of Tunisia, was able to recover artifacts dating back to the Roman era that were stolen from the archaeological site “Qabbash” in the delegation of Hamma El Jerid in the state of Tozeur.

The Tunisian newspaper Al-Shorouk reported that two people stole the artifacts and placed them in a peasant farm in the middle of the ancient oasis in Hamma el-Jerid.

 The stolen artifacts are large, well-groomed stones dating back to the Roman period and several other pieces of Roman geometric shapes.

This incident sparked a great wave of dissatisfaction and was denounced and denounced at the opening events of Heritage Month in the state of Tozeur at the House of Culture Hamma El Djerid.

The residents expressed their thanks to the authorities for quickly recovering the stolen artifacts and arresting the perpetrators.

16 Comments

  1. Subarnadas-(chirtadas)21 April 2024 at 14:05

    Good

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  2. This incident sparked a great wave of dissatisfaction and was denounced and denounced at the opening events of Heritage Month in the state of Tozeur at the House of Culture Hamma El Djerid.

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  3. On Friday, the National Guard in Tozeur, southwest of Tunisia, was able to recover

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  4. Papia Mukherjee25 April 2024 at 17:36

    Absolutely good job

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  5. This incident sparked a great w

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  6. On Friday, the National Guard in Tozeur, southwest of Tunisia, was able to recover artifacts dating back to the Roman era that were stolen from the archaeological site “Qabbash” in the delegation of Hamma El Jerid in the state of Tozeur.


    The Tunisian newspaper Al-Shorouk reported that two people stole the artifacts and placed them in a peasant farm in the middle of the ancient oasis in Hamma el-Jerid.

    The stolen artifacts are large, well-groomed stones dating back to the Roman period and several other pieces of Roman geometric shapes.


    This incident sparked a great wave of dissatisfaction and was denounced and denounced at the opening events of Heritage Month in the state of Tozeur at the House of Culture Hamma El Djerid.

    The residents expressed their thanks to the authorities for quickly recovering the stolen artifacts and arresting the perpetrators.

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