The ruins of the Market in the ancient roman city of Leptis Magna. The Market consisted of two octagonal halls,. One hall contained fabrics and the other was reserved for fruit and vegetables. Begun in the 1st Century AD , the Market was donated to the city by a wealthy citizen called Annobal Rufus. It was rebuilt during the reign of Emperor Septimus Severus. | Stock Photo #4272-19499

Stock Photo #4272-19499, The ruins of the Market in the ancient roman city of Leptis Magna.  The Market consisted of two octagonal halls,.  One hall contained fabrics and the other was reserved for fruit and vegetables.  Begun in the 1st Century AD , the Market was donated to the city by a wealthy citizen called Annobal Rufus.  It was rebuilt during the reign of Emperor Septimus Severus.

Stock Photo - The ruins of the Market in the ancient roman city of Leptis Magna. The Market consisted of two octagonal halls,. One hall contained fabrics and the other was reserved for fruit and vegetables. Begun in the 1st Century AD , the Market was donated to the city by a wealthy citizen called Annobal Rufus. It was rebuilt during the reign of Emperor Septimus Severus.
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