The climate in Sidi Meskine is warm and temperate
with more rainfall in the winter than in the summer. According to Köppen and Geiger, this climate is classified as Csa and temperature averages 18.0 °C. The average annual rainfall is 502 mm.
Historically, this region was important and wealthy. The historical importance comes clear with the nearby great Roman cities of Bulla Regia
Medjerda valley became Roman
after the Third Punic War
and it quickly became an important region for agriculture,
with the rolling plains home to numerous Imperial estates. The town is mentioned, like many other nearby settlements, in the Saltus Burunitanus
document of Commodus
- ^ Sidi-Meskine at mapcarta.
- ^ Djema Sidi Meskine .
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- ^ Appian, Punica 112.
- ^ Dennis P. Kehoe, The Economics of Agriculture on Roman Imperial Estates in North Africa (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1988) p7.
- ^ About: Thunusuda, Sidi-Meskine.
- ^ Sidi-Meskine Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire.
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