The Roman nymphaeum of Ain Houchbai probably date back to the 1st Century AD. On top of the nymphaeum's arc, one can find an inscription (barely visible) that dedicates the site to Jupiter Heliopolitanus.
Right behind the nymphaeum, one can see remnants of a small shrine, probably dedicated as well to the God Jupiter.
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