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Naraggara (Sakiet Sidi Youssef)

TM Geo 18953

Algeria (Numidia) - provincia: Africa Proconsularis
36.223438,8.356079 (Lat,Long)

Links: Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire, Pleiades, Talbert Peutinger, Wikipedia


Latin name(s): Naraggara
Modern name(s): Sakiet Sidi Youssef
Variants: Naraggara (Naragsara) - Sakiet Sidi Youssef (Saqiyat Sidi Yusuf) - Sidi Yussef - Ksar Djabeur (ksar Djaber - Qasr Jabir)

Biblio: Gsell, ILAlgérie 1, 1922, p. 111-114
Map: Barrington Atlas, 2000, pl. 32 B4

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Stable URI (with TM Geo ID): www.trismegistos.org/place/18953




4 reference(s) to Naraggara in documentary sources
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TM GeoRef Publication Attestation Material Language Date Provenance
170645CIL VIII Suppl. 2 18085, c-d col. 1, 15[Nar]a[g]g(ara)?stone (marble) Latin BC02 - AD07 Algeria, Numidia - Lambaesis (Tazoult-Lambèse) [found & written]
184174CIL VIII Suppl. 2 18085, e 8Nara[g]g(ara)stone (marble) Latin BC02 - AD07 Algeria, Numidia - Lambaesis (Tazoult-Lambèse) [found & written]
204991Bulletin archéologique du Comité des travaux historiques (1943-1945), p. 49, 1[Na]ragsarastone? Latin BC02 - AD08 Tunisia, Africa - Zama (Jama) [found & written]
211808Picard, Castellum Dimmidi 22, 37Narag(gara)stone Latin AD02 - AD03 Algeria, Mauretania - Dimmis (Messad) [found & written]