Tunisia recovers stolen artefacts dating back to Roman times

On Friday, the National Guard in Tozeur, southwestern Tunisia, in a delegation from Hamma el Jerid, Tozeur province, succeeded in recovering artifacts dating back to Roman times stolen from the archaeological site “Kabash”.

Tunisian newspaper Al-Shourouq reported that the two men stole the artifacts and placed them on a peasant farm in the middle of the ancient oasis of Hamma el-Jerrid.

The stolen artifacts are a large, well-kept stone dating back to Roman times, and several other pieces of Roman geometry.

The incident caused a huge wave of dissatisfaction, with condemnation and condemnation taking place at the opening event of Cultural Heritage Month at Hamma el Jerid Cultural Center in Tozeur province.

Residents expressed their gratitude to the authorities for quickly recovering the stolen items and apprehending the culprits.

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