Mausoleum, Germa Libya

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George Brigham
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published on 22 August 2016
Mausoleum, Germa Libya

Mausolem near Germa Libya. Located on 26th parallel, it is the most southerly monument of the Roman Empire. It is a stone cube standing about 3m high and features engaged pilasters and four Doric capitals.

(Reference; pp 135 and photo illustration from 'The Most Beautiful Desert of All' by Phillipe Diolle Published by Johnathan Cape 1959)

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