One thing to know about museums etc in Europe: they have so many that they treat them VERY differently than we do in the US. For example, while we are touring the ruins, a man on his donkey comes down a hill in the middle of the ruins presumably to go get water or something. In the baths, there were ancient "pipes" that the water used to run through. We were encouraged to put our fingers up in them to see how they worked. In the US, the entire site would have been behind plexiglass. Seriously, I recently went to Mount Vernon, something about 1700 years younger than Dougga, and there was serious ropeage to keep us from breathing on anything, much less touching anything. Just interesting to me
I know you are dying to see what I am talking about, so I will show you our first view of Dougga.