Sabratha. Libya. View towards the Curia or Council chamber forecourt and restored arch at the west end entrance. The Curia was a meeting place of the city’s magistrates and senators and was originally built in the first century AD and then rebuilt in the fourth century after being destroyed by the 365 AD earthquake. A feature of it is the remains of the columns of cipollino and grey granite that once adorned the rectangular portico.
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