Zeugitania was a region in the ancient Roman province of Africa Proconsularis, located in present-day Tunisia. The name “Zeugitania” comes from the Greek word “zeugos,” which means “yoke” or “pair,” and refers to the fact that the region was known for its fertile land and abundance of agricultural production.
Zeugitania was located along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, and it was an important hub for trade and commerce. It was also home to a number of important cities, including Carthage, the capital of the Roman province, and Utica, a major port and commercial center.
Zeugitania was known for its fertile land and abundant agricultural production, which included a variety of crops such as grains, olives, grapes, and vegetables. The region was also famous for its horses, which were highly prized for their strength and endurance.