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The Third Punic War finally saw Carthage fall to Rome, though the city was later reconstructed as New Carthage.First uncovered by French archaeologist Jean-Claude Morel, Arish was a young man from the sixth century B.C. He stood about 1m 70cm, and bore physical features that have come to be associated with Phoenicians – a broad forehead, high orbits and long skull.The name "Arish" means "the beloved of Gods" and was commonly used on Punic inscriptions. Studies on his body have revealed he may have been between 19 and 24 years old when he passed away. AUB's exhibition space has been divided into two major parts."The Young Phoenician Man of Carthage" will open on Jan. 29 at the AUB Museum and will be running until Feb. 26 .
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