Sites & cities that bear the name of Hadrumetum


Today in : Tunisia
First trace of activity : ca. 9th century B.C.E
Last trace of activity : ca. 8th century C.E
Recorded names : drmt, 𐤃‬𐤓‬‬𐤌𐤕‬, "Southern", ʾdrmt, 𐤀𐤃‬𐤓‬‬𐤌𐤕‬, Adrýmē, Ἀδρύμη, Adrýmēs Ἀδρύμης, Adrýmēton, Ἀδρύμητον, Adrýmētos, Ἀδρύμητος, Adramýtēs, Ἀδραμύτης, Adrámētós, Ἀδράμητος, Adrumetum, Adrumetus, Adrimetum, Hadrymetum, Hadrumès, Hadrumètos, Adrumtetum, Adrymetum, Colonia Concordia Ulpia Trajana Augusta Frugifera Hadrumetina, Honoriopolis, Hunericopolis, Justinianopolis, Hammeim, Hadrumète

Description : Hadrumetum, also known by many variant spellings and names, was a Phoenician colony that pre-dated Carthage. It subsequently became one of the most important cities in Roman Africa before Vandal, Byzantine, and Umayyad conquerors left it ruined. In the early modern period, it was the village of Hammeim, now part of Sousse, Tunisia.

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