Who said that there's no tunisian modern inventions

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  1. Shadow1 Valued Senior Member

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    really!! i love damascus, i hope if i can go there in summer,

    and about carthage ruins, yeah, they still there, with soem other roman ruins,
    and other old arabian cities, and also french, and european in general,
     
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    Of course i know about Hannibal and the Punic wars, but he was from Carthage and I thought the Romans totally destroyed Carthage and salted the earth so that no city could ever be built there again.
     
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    true, but the city have been rebuiltet many times before,
    but after that, after the 2cnd punic war, or the third, it collapsed, they they solted the land aftert hey destroyed it, but it still there much ruins, and that roman colysium in "eljam"
     
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    ok, here, i modified the privous one,
    try it now
     
  10. Billy T Use Sugar Cane Alcohol car Fuel Valued Senior Member

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    No link in post 44 still does not work for me, I suspect you are trying to let readers of this S&S forum know about your posts in the B&E forum. Here is link to your last post there:

    http://www.sciforums.com/showpost.php?p=2478603&postcount=46

    Note the format is entirely different. You get it by right clicking on the post number in top right corner of the post. Then left click on the menue item than means copy the link location (exactly what words are displayed will depend on the browser you are using.)
     
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  11. Shadow1 Valued Senior Member

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    but it would disturb some people
     
  13. Shadow1 Valued Senior Member

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    well,
    i think this topic is a rubish, and no use to make it
    lol
     
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    Sciforums search engine links break as quickly as they are invoked. The searchid number does not remain stable from one search to the next. I'm unsure of what, if anything, beyond a sequential number the searchid represents.

    Topic is a rubbish — Good enough for me. This one is done. (It seems as much a travel brochure for Tunisia as anything else.)
     
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