Why Africans adopted Roman culture before the Arab conquest in 8th century AD

Roman Africans were derivatives of the Roman takeover in the early middle ages (6th century to the 10th  century AD) before the Arab conquest of North Africa.

They were the ancient North African populations of Roman North Africa.

A depiction of an African Roman…Pinterest

Africans were enslaved and brought to Rome and other European cities. Nonetheless, they were not discriminated against or restricted to certain titles or jobs. They held prominent positions such as senator and emperor.

Roman Africans were Berbers or Punics /Carthaginians and descendants of African people in Rome.

They spoke their own variation of Latin and incorporated Roman culture into their native customs without protest.

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