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Cherchell

 

a city in northern Algeria, situated on the Mediterranean Sea. Located on the Algiers-Oran highway. Population, 11,700 (1966). Cherchell, a fishing port, produces canned fish and wine.

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The professionals who took part in the Byblos workshop will reassemble in Cherchel, Algeria, next spring for additional training.
Tambien expuesta en el British Museum y procedente de Cherchel (Argelia), se encuentra una hucha de escasas dimensiones y muy cercana al ejemplar emeritense que centra nuestro trabajo--datos recogidos por Costa et al.
Djebar uses the voices of the French colonial officers and soldiers as they invade her country, standing them counterpoint against the stories of agirl growing up in the coastal town of Cherchel.
Une mosaique de Cherchel figurant Ulysse et les sirenes.
On peut aussi evoquer les scenes de vendanges representees dans les mosaiques romaines de Cherchel (Algerie, IVe siecle) (37) ou au Proche-Orient, celles qui se trouvent dans le decor de l'eglise de Saint Christophe a Qabr Hiram (Liban, VIe siecle) (38) ou de l'eglise des Saints Lot et Procope a Khirbat al-Mukhayyat (39).
Camps assinala pecas encontradas fortuitamente e em escavacoes na Tunisia (Gabes, Bulla Regia, Ain el-Hout), no resto da Argelia (Tipasa, Cherchel, Siga), e ate no Marrocos (Banasa, Tamuda).
La conquista de Siria y Egipto en 1517 y la entrega de las ciudades de Argel y Cherchel por el corsario apatrida Hayreddin Barbarroja (12) al sultan otomano son los dos episodios mas importantes de este cambio.
He does not, for example, consider Iol Caesarea (modern Cherchel, Algeria), the provincial capital of Mauretania Caesariensis, at all, nor mention Leveau's fundamental work, Caesarea de Mauretanie, [1984] yet, the influence of Greco-Roman concepts upon this town's appearance in the first century B.
He also commanded the Cherchel Academy, the premier institute for the officer elite.
Later, in the second century AD, the large halls of the thermae--the frigidarium in particular, but also, in the East, the Kaisersaal--in turn became veritable museums: just think of all that comes from the ensembles of Cherchel, Cyrene, or Lepcis Magna, of Ephesus or Miletus; and in Rome, from the baths of Caracalla.
They talk on the telephone every day - talk about life, Aleksey Sheychenko says of his grandmother, Lidia Cherchel, and her new friend, Gittle Teshnova.