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Nabeul (Arabic: نابل Nābil ; French: [naˈbøl]) is a coastal town in north-eastern Tunisia, on the south coast near to the Cap Bon peninsula. It is located at around and is the capital of the Nabeul Governorate. The city has a population of 73,128 (2014 census).
Nabeul was founded in the 5th century BC by the Greeks of Cyrene, serving as a trade port. Its name is a tunisification of the Greek Neapolis 'new city' (an etymology it shares with Naples, Neapoli, and Nablus).
During antiquity Nabeul was also the seat of an ancient Christian Bishopric The Bishopric was founded during the Roman Empire and survived through the arian Vandal and Orthodox Byzantine empires, only ceasing to function with the Muslim conquest of the Maghreb. The diocese was re founded in name at least in the 20th century as a titular see of the Roman Catholic church.
- Francois Decret, Early Christianity in North Africa (Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2009) p83.
- Titular Episcopal See of Neapolis in Proconsulari at Gcatholic.org.
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- "International Exchange". List of Affiliation Partners within Prefectures. Council of Local Authorities for International Relations (CLAIR). Retrieved 21 November 2015.
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