Sardinia The Phoenician Nora

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In Roman times, more precisely in the year 238 BC, Nora was one of the main cities in Sardinia. It is said actually that the city during this period was the capital of the Roman province that included Sardinia and Corsica. From that time the city belonged to the Romans, and was believed to function for different purposes, a forum place, a theater, Roman thermal bath temples, dwellings with mosaics. Nobody knows for sure...

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