Zeineb Benzina

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Zeineb Benzina, whose full name is Zeïneb Benzina Ben Abdallah, born in Tunis, Tunisia, is an archeologist, and Director of Research at the Institut national du patrimoine[1] (in English: National Heritage Institute) based in Tunis.

She has authored or co-authored many research publications on ancient Tunisia and North Africa, and is an expert on Roman Africa, Carthage in particular.[2][3][4][5]

She is the daughter of Dr. Tewhida Ben Sheikh, the first female physician in the Arab world.

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  1. ^ "BIBLIOGRAPHIE DE ZEÏNEB BENZINA BEN ABDALLAH". Tabbourt Imgharen. Retrieved October 26, 2012. 
  2. ^ Index onomastique des inscriptions latines de la Tunisie: études d'antiquités africaines. Éditions du Centre national de la recherche scientifique. 1983. 
  3. ^ Ben Abdallah, Zeïneb Benzina, and Mustapha Khanoussi; Università degli studi di Sassari. Dipartimento di storia (1998). L'Africa romana, Part 3. Edizioni Gallizzi. p. 1055. 
  4. ^ Ben Abdallah, Zeïneb Benzina (1986). Catalogue des inscriptions latines païennes du Musée du Bardo (Collection de l'École Française de Rome, Recherches d'archéologie africaine / publ. par l'Institut National d'Archéologie et d'Art de Tunis. ed.). École Française de Rome. 
  5. ^ H R Hurst; Zeïneb Benzina Ben Abdallah; Michael Gordon Fulford (1999). "The sanctuary of Tanit at Carthage in the Roman period : a re-interpretation". Journal of Roman Archaeology. 30.