Henchir-El-Meden is a locality and archaeological site in Tunisia.
During antiquity The city was a municipium of the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis called Municipium Auralia Vina. The ruins include an amphitheatre dedicated to Marcus Aurelius and Lucius Verus.
- Faustino participated in the Cabarsussi Council, held in 393 by Maximianus, a dissident sect of the Donatists, and signed the Acts of that council.
- At the Council of Carthage (411), the Catholic Vittore attended. The town had no Donatist as Faustino had died five years earlier (406).
- Cresconio attended the Council of Carthage (525) and
- Fruttuoso the anti-Monotheism Council of Carthage (646).
- Vina survives today as a titular bishopric and the current Bishop is Anton Jamnik, of Ljubljana.
- Victor Guérin, Voyage archéologique dans la Régence de Tunis (Рипол Классик, 1862) p267.
- Frank Sear, Roman Theatres: An Architectural Study (OUP Oxford, 20 July 2006 ) p290.
- Titular Episcopal See of Vina at GCatholic.org .
- Stefano Antonio Morcelli, Africa christiana, Volume I, (Brescia, 1816), pp. 102–103.
- J. Mesnage, L'Afrique chrétienne, (Paris, 1912), p. 110.