Tiddis also known as Castellum Tidditanorum
or Tiddi is an ancient Roman city constructed in the 4th century BC.
Its baths, gates, city walls, as well as other beautiful religious,
commercial and residence building present tourists with a rear
opportunity to view Roman planning unhindered by later houses, or
extensive looting by the locals. Thanks to its isolate location
Tiddis managed to avoid destruction by later generations.
Some historians and archeologists call the
settlement "city of gods". Tiddis has numerous temples and churches
dedicated to various religious. This includes traditional Roman gods
like Vesta and Ceres, later cults of Mirtha and Carthaginian Baal
Hammon. many of the pagan temples were later converted to Christian
churches as a new religion spread through the region. It became a
dominant religion in the region dominated by large and prosperous
urban centers. Additionally Tiddis was a seat of a Christian bishop
as early as a 5th century.