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Mausoleum of Ateban.
3rd-2nd c BCE Phoenician Phoenician (Punic) Architecture

ROMAN PROVINCIAL Anonymous (active c. 300 BCE - 500 CE)
ROMAN PROVINCIAL Anonymous (active c. 300 BCE - 500 CE) Primary
c. 225 BCE-175 BCE
3rd-2nd c BCE
2100 cm
Phoenician (Punic)
Dougga. Tunisia.
The eclectic style shows influence of Greek; Egyptian; and Punic styles. The French reconstructed the monument around 1900. Ateban was the son of Yphratat (the son of Palu). An inscription revealed that the tomb was built by a team of Numidian workmen led by a Carthaginian.

Caption: ROMAN PROVINCIAL | Mausoleum of Ateban. | c. 225 BCE-175 BCE | Carthaginian | Phoenician

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