Old buildinge in the city of Lamta.
Lemta historically Leptiminus is a town in Tunisia with a history going back over 3,000 years.
Leptiminus, as it was called, became an ancient port city in Tunisia that flourished under Roman rule in the time of the empire. Hannibal, following the second Punic War, disembarked here on his return from Italy.
The growing town, now a textile production center, hosts several excavation sites currently under Tunisian, American, and Canadian direction.
- Lamta Archaeological Museum, Republic of Tunisia's Ministry of Culture, accessed December 2012
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