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Tabuda
Thouda

Tabuda
town
The ruins of Thouda, Biskra, Algeria
The ruins of Thouda, Biskra, Algeria
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Thouda is located in Algeria
Thouda
Thouda
Location in Algeria
Coordinates: 34°50?N 5°44?E / 34.833°N 5.733°E / 34.833; 5.733
Elevation
87 m (285 ft)
Time zoneUTC+1 (+1)
Postal code
07000

Tabuda or Thouda was a RomanBerber colonia in the province of Mauretania Caesariensis. A key town in the Roman, Byzantine and Vandal empires, it is identifiable with the stone ruins at the oasis adjacent to the village of Sidi Okba, Algeria.

Bishopric

The Diocese of Tabuda (Tabudensis) is a suppressed and titular see of the Roman Catholic Church in the province of Numidia.[1][2]

Known Bishops

  • Laurent Tétrault, (13 Nov 1947 Appointed - 14 Mar 1951 Died)
  • Teodor Bensch (26 Apr 1951 Appointed - 1 Dec 1956)
  • Antonio Añoveros Ataún + (25 Aug 1952 Appointed - 2 Apr 1964)
  • Teodor Bensch + (21 Sep 1954 Ordained Bishop - 1 Dec 1956)
  • James Louis Flaherty + (8 Aug 1966 Appointed - 9 Aug 1975)
  • Giovanni Innocenzo Martinelli, O.F.M. (3 May 1985 - )

References

  1. ^ Tabuda catholic-hierarchy.org.
  2. ^ Annuario Pontificio 2013 (Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 2013, ISBN 978-88-209-9070-1), "Sedi titolari", pp. 819-1013

Bibliography


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