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I really appreciated to take this picture of the main gate in Leptis magna. You will notice the forms and the details which are perfect.

The arrows are like the ones used during the Nabatean period, please see the Khazneh in Petra (Jordan), for easy reference.

Lepcis Magna is a World Heritage site on the Mediterranean coast of North Africa in the Tripolitania region of Libya. Originally founded by the Phoenicians in the 10th Century BC, it survived the attention of Spartan colonists, became a Punic city and eventually part of the new Roman province of Africa around 23 BC.

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