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Una mappa degli Aromuni ( Vlachs) nei Balcani. In verde si vedono i Romeni ed in rosato i Vlachs veri e propri ( a cavallo dell’Albania, Grecia, Macedonia e Bulgaria). It was located 11 kms from [[Merca]]. Aerial view of some “banana farms”].
In 1929 was created in the city a special processing building (called “sgranatoio” in [[Italian languageItalian]]) where the [[cotton]] produced in the concessions was selected before the shipping to Italy. Given the importance of the area it was created, from the administrative point of view, the ”Vicecommissariato di Genale” with Vittorio d’Africa as capital, where some industrial activities were focused also for the processing shipping of agricultural products. Foto of “sgranatoio” building in Vittorio d’Africa]
During [[WW2]] in Vittorio d’Africa was done by the Italians the last battle against the British army before the Allied attacked [[Mogadiscio]] in 1941: because of this fight the small city suffered heavy damages. After the war all the Italians moved away and the farm production dwindled, reducing the city to a kind of [[ghost town]].
Actually is growing in the area of the disappeared Vittorio d’Africa a small village of Somalis, called ”Shalam boot”.
”’Romans and Nubia”’ was a relationship and interaction that lasted nearly seven centuries, from the first century BC to the sixth century AD.
Nubia is an historical region around the [[Nile]] river, just south of Egypt, that actually is called [[Sudan]]. Timothy E. They are believed to have been one of several well armed bands of horse and camel borne warriors who sold their vagility to the Meroitic Population for protection; eventually they intermarried and established themselves among the Meroitic people as a military aristocracy. Until nearly the 5th century, Rome subsidized the Nobatae and used Meroe as a buffer between Egypt and the Blemmyes. Meanwhile, the old Meroitic kingdom contracted because of the expansion of the powerful [[Ethiopic]] [[Kingdom of Aksum]] to the east. By AD350, King [[Ezana of Axum]] had captured and destroyed Meroe city, ending the kingdom’s independent existence, and conquering its territory into modern day northern Sudan.
Nubia was never dominated by the Romans, but in [[Augustus]] times there was a possible “Client State” of Rome in northern Nubia.