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Excerpt from The Extinction of the Christian Churches in North Africa: Hulsean Prize Essay, 1895
Roman Africa consisted of the districts now known as Tripoli, Tunis, Algeria and Morocco. On the East the almost impassable desert of Cyrene cut it off from Egypt; on the west it reached the Atlantic; on the south, its boundaries were ill-defined, but Rome claimed at any rate a nominal suzerainty as far as the northern limits of the Sahara.
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