James D. Basey: Coliseum at El Jem, Tunisia
Signed in pencil recto. James D. Basey was an Olympia, WA based photographer who exhibited in the Frederick & Nelson photo salon is Seattle, WA. This photograph depicts the impressive ruins of the largest Roman coliseum in North Africa, a huge amphitheater which could hold up to 35,000 spectators. Found in the small village of El Jem, this 3rd century monument illustrates the grandeur and range of Imperial Rome.
Keywords: architecture, ancient ruins, travel, archeology
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