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The archaeological site was first surveyed in 1830, by Danish consul Christian Tuxen Falbe.Excavations were performed in the second half of the 19th century by Charles Ernest Beulé and by Alfred Louis Delattre.Eventually the surrounding countryside was brought into the orbit of the Punic urban centres, first commercially, then politically.Direct management over cultivation of neighbouring lands by Punic owners followed.The open-air Carthage Paleo-Christian Museum has exhibits excavated under the auspices of UNESCO from 1975 to 1984.Carthage was built on a promontory with sea inlets to the north and the south.The 4.0 to 4.8 km (2.5 to 3 mi) of wall on the isthmus to the west were truly massive and were never penetrated.

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300), was translated into Latin and later into Greek.They were, two modern historians write, not absent landlords.