Eastern Djebel Road
Latitude: 32.5, Longitude: 14.0
Provenance: Google Earth
- Limes Tripolitanus road (English)
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- Eastern Djebel Road forms part of Eastern Djebel
- Eastern Djebel Road forms part of Milestones/Roads
- Eastern Djebel Road forms part of Tripolitana (Mattingly)
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The locations below are contained within Eastern Djebel Road
- Al Khaḑrā’
- Al Qasabat
- Gasr Dellasc CHECK
- Gasr Hammud CHECK
- Lepcis Magna
- Madina Dughah
- Main Street, Lepcis Magna
- Wadi Dauun
- Wadi Haj All
Reynolds, IRT Chapter 13.ii: Ihe Eastern Djebel Road, from Lepcis Magna to the Tarhuna area, a sector of the iter quod limitem Tripolitanum ducit (Itin.Ant.), the Escarpment Road, which ran westwards from Lepcis Magna, following the crest of the Djebel, and served, after the Severan reorganization of the frontier, as a rear line of communication for the military zone. As yet no milestones have been recorded west of Thenadassa (Ain Wif).