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Chellah Necropolis in Rabat
Morocco

Le site de Chella fut sans doute la plus ancienne agglomération humaine à l'embouchure du Bou Regreg.

Les Phéniciens et les Carthaginois, qui ont fondé plusieurs comptoirs au Maroc, ont probablement habité les bords du Bou Regreg. Chella conserve, en revanche, les vestiges d'une ville romaine. Les fouilles ont, en effet, révélé la présence d'une agglomération d'une certaine importance ; celle de la ville citée sous les noms de Sala par Ptolémée et Sala Colonia dans l'itinéraire d'Antonin.

Source : Wikipedia - Nécropole de Chellah

Copyright: Christian laheyne
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Resolution: 22000x11000
Chargée: 27/12/2010
Mis à jour: 01/09/2014
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