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Mattingly David. Libyans and the 'limes' : culture and society in Roman Tripolitania. Libyan Valleys Survey. Many accounts of Rome in Africa lay undue stress on political factors and undervalue the cultural aspect of Roman imperialism. The results are false assumptions about the primacy of Roman culture and a distorted picture of the indigenous contribution to the empire. This article attempts to examine the longevity of Punic culture and the vitality of Libyan culture in Roman Tripolitania across a broad chronological period.

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Source: The World Factbook. Libya is located in North Africa. It borders Egypt to the east, Sudan to the south-east, Chad to the south, Niger to the south-west, Algeria to the west and Tunisia to the north-west, while facing the Mediterranean Sea all along her northern shores. The two most important cities are Tripoli the capital as well as the main demographic and financial centre and Benghazi, counting 2, thousand and thousand inhabitants respectively. The country has a long and fertile coastline, where most important cities are located. The Libyan desert is dominated by wide, sandy plateaus and flatlands.

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