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Assur (titular see)

Titular see of Proconsular Afric

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* Published by Encyclopedia Press, 1913.


Assur, or ASSURAE, a titular see of Proconsular Africa, now Henchir-Zenfour. Its episcopal list (251-484) is given in Gams (p. 464). Ruins of its temples and theatres and other public buildings are still visible.


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