Djemila is another Roman city that is very well preserved. It is from the first century AD and was first populated by Roman soldiers from Italy, but it soon became a trading center and it was populated with 20000. Caracalla rebuilt part of the city with an Arch of Triumph, a new forum and a theater i a hillside.
In the fourth century Christianity was popular and a baptistery and a basilica were built and part of the city was called Christian quarter,
Many of the houses had mosaic, but these were moved to a too small and overloaded museum. It was not allowed to take pictures inside the museum, but I took one before I was stopped.
It was plenty of details to take pictures of and here are some.
I took some pictures of people as well, some without they being aware of it, and some I asked first.