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Lepcis Magna (also known as Leptis Magna) was a city in Libya founded by Phoenicians from Tyre at the end of 7th century BCE, where the Wadi Lebda meets the Mediterranean Sea. They chose this location because the wadi was a navigable waterway into the country and the coast formed a natural harbor. During the Third Punic War, Lepcis Magna became... [continue reading]
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