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Reconstruction of ancient Bracara Augusta

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Reconstruction of ancient Bracara Augusta
Reconstruction of ancient Bracara Augusta

Reconstruction of the ancient city of Bracara Augusta (present day Braga in northern Portugal) from the 2nd century CE. The city was founded by Octavian Augustus in around 16 BCE, after the final conquest of the region.

The city was a prominent center in the Roman Empire on the Iberian Peninsula. In the 5th century CE the city was seized by the Swebs, who chose it as the capital of their kingdom.

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