The Military and Colonial Destruction of the Roman Landscape of North Africa, 1830-1900 : Military and Colonial Destruction of the Roman Landscape of North Africa, 1830-1900.
The French pursued victory and colonisation amid a Roman landscape little affected down the centuries by local inhabitants. In the space of two generations they destroyed much of it, re-using its materials to create security and a modern prosperity.
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