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  1. Hal Kirkop: A Village in Malta by Jeremy Boissevain, 2006-12-01
  2. Second report on the Hal-Tarxien excavations, Malta (Archaeologia. [Offprint]) by T Zammit, 1917
  3. Hal-Farrug: Village in Malta (Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology) by Jeremy Boissevain, 1969-12
  4. The Domus Romana: Site Catalogue by Sue Depasquale, 2005-12-01
  5. The Archaeological Drawings of Charles Frederick de Brocktorff by Reuben Grima, 2004-12-01
  6. The Tarxien Temples by Anthony Pace, 2006-12-01
  7. Notes of a Naturalist in the Nile Valley and Malta: A Narrative of Exploration and Research in Connection with the Natural History, Geology, and Archæology of the Lower Nile and Maltese Islands by Andrew Leith Adams, 2010-02-13
  8. Ghar Dalam: The Cave, Museum and Garden (Insight Heritage Guides) by Nadia Fabri, 2007-12-01
  9. La Isla de Malta en Epoca Fenicia y Punica (British Archaeological Reports (BAR) International) by Pablo Vidal Gonzalez, 1996-10
  10. The Hal Saflieni Hypogeum 4000 BC - 2000 AD (MALTA)
  11. Cart-Ruts and Their Impact on the Maltese Landscape (INSIGHT HERITAGE GUIDES) by David H Trump, 2008-11-04
  12. Archaeology Magazine (July August 1997) the Bog People; Malta Megaliths; Modern Maya Rituals; Legacy of Henry VIII; Moscow Excavation; Soviet Massacres; Manege Dig (Vol. 50, No. 4) by James Wiseman, Nicole Prevost-Logan, et all 1997
  13. Cult in Context: Reconsidering Ritual Archaeology
  14. Willie Apap: The Conspiracy Trial Drawings by Dennis Vella, 2004-12-31

61. Maltese Megalithic Temples, The Sites Of The Goddess
closed for restoration. I can show here only an impressive photographpublished by malta's Institute of archaeology. Hagar Qim.
Malta Since four and half thousand years she's sleeping.
She was made of clay by an unknown priest/ess approximately 2700 B.C. At her time the island she was adored on was green with trees and inhabited with a folk that didn't know the need to protect itself against an enemy. She's known as "Sleeping Lady" and was found in the Hypogeum at Hal Safieni.
The dreams survive. The Ggantija Temple on Gozo. This is one of the oldest temples on Malta/Gozo. It consists of two separate sub-temples of which the bigger one, in the south, was built at 3600 B.C. The northern one was finished approximately 600 years later. The third photograph shows the entrance stone with holes made maybe as a part of the temple door. The biggest stone is 4 x 5,5 meter and has weight of some 55 tons. The plan of the Ggantija Temple. The red arrows mark the photos above.
The Mjandra Temple. Situated on the southern see side of the main island and relatively away from the turistic rush-traffic, is Mjandra one of the most beautiful places on Malta. Please notify the drill holes decoration left and the small archipelago on horizon facing the temple on the right photo.
If he/she visits these pages - I apologize in advance and hope to obtain the permission.

62. Goddess Tours To Malta And Gozo - Archaeology Culture History
archaeology July/August 1997 malta's Megaliths by Mark Rose. Discovering archaeologyJanuary/February 2000 The Temple Builders of malta by Michael Sedge.
Absher, Tom Men and the Goddess 1990 Park Street Press Rochester, VT Megatrends for Women 1992 Villard Brooks New York
Chapter 9 "The Goddess Reawakening" pp. 243-264 The Myth of the Goddess - Evolution of an Image 1991 Viking Arkana pp 101-105 Begg, Ean The Cult of the Black Virgin Biaggi, Cristina Habitations of the Great Goddess 1994 KIT, Inc. Bonanno, Anthony Malta - An Archaeological Paradise 1990 M.J. Publications Ltd. Malta (available in Malta)
Bonanno, Anthony, Editor Archaeology and Fertility Cult in the Ancient Mediterranean Papers presented
at the first international conference on archaeology in the ancient Mediterranean. The University
of Malta (2-5 September 1985). BR. Gruner Publishing Co. Amsterdam (out of print) Christ, Carol P. Laughter of Aphrodite - Reflections On A Journey To The Goddess
von Cles-Redon, Sibylle The Realm of the Great Goddess 1962 Prentice-Hall, Inc.
"The Holy Islands: Malta and Gozo" pp. 70-111 (out of print - superb plates!) Evans, J.D.

63. Goddess Tours To Malta And Gozo - Archaeology Culture History
Special emphasis is given to malta's Neolithic archaeology and megalithictemples, the world's oldest freestanding architecture.
Goddess Tours To Malta offers a well-rounded travel experience exploring the rich and varied culture and history of the Maltese Islands. Special emphasis is given to Malta's Neolithic archaeology and megalithic temples, the world's oldest free-standing architecture.
Enjoy unrushed visits to the temples of Ggantija, Hagar Qim and Mnajdra, Tarxien, and the spell-binding, world-famous Hal Saflieni Hypogeum, where the 'Sleeping Goddess' was found. We also visit archaeological sites which require special permission to access, and have quality time at these sacred sites to plumb our preferred creative directions - sketching or painting, journaling or poetry, photography, or simply quiet reflection. Visits to the temples and Archaeology Museums of Malta and Gozo help us to feel and understand the links between the ancient matrifocal heritage of this Neolithic society and modern-day women's spirituality. Malta and Gozo have been sacred islands since earliest prehistory. There are more than thirty ancient temple sites on the Maltese Islands in an area approximately 122 square miles (or 316 square kilometers) - a far greater architectural density for this period than any comparable location on Earth. These islands still retain their sacred energy, audibly attested to by the frequent and vigorous ringing of church bells (especially in Gozo!), and visibly attested to by the number of churches on the islands. There is reputed to be more than 365 churches...and the number is always growing! The secular and spiritual energies join forces during the spring and summer months in the village festas, celebrated with fireworks and festivities, processions and prayers. We attend festas, experience the local traditions, and enter into the spirit of the moment.

64. Ministry Of Education - Heritage & Culture - Museums
National Museum of archaeology, malta;. Higher Technical Institute,Cyprus;. Exhibition at the National Museum of archaeology, malta.
Main Page Gallery Address by the Minister of Education at the Opening of the Jewelmed Exhibition Exhibition
Lost Arts of the Ancient Goldsmiths Jewellery Manufacturing in the Ancient Mediterranean World
VII - I Century BC 25th October - 24th November 2002 at
The Salon
Auberge de Provence
An exhibition entitled LOST ARTS OF THE ANCIENT GOLDSMITHS has been inaugurated by the Minister of Education at the National Museum of Archaeology. The exhibition is the concluding event of an international partnership project JewelMed involving European and Mediterranean museums. The Exhibition is entirely funded by the European Union as part of the Fifth Framework programme. The event is also the first public activity to be launched by the Superintendent of Cultural Heritage, Mr Anthony Pace. The objective of JewelMed Project is the identification, analysis, preservation and dissemination of manufacturing technologies in goldsmithing and silversmithing from the 7th to the 1st century B.C. in the Mediterranean area. The main

65. Malta Minestry Of Education - Museums Information - Details Webpage Links - Muse
and educational interactive malta Minestry of Education Museums web sites maltaMinestry of Education - Museums archaeology anthropology malta Minestry of >> Malta Minestry of Education - Museums email this page printable version edit this page Malta Minestry of Education - Museums OVERVIEW : Malta Minestry of Education - Museums .. This page from the Matlese Museums Department provides information on .. National Museum of Archaeology, National Museum of Fine Arts, National Museum of Natural History, War Museum, Maritime Museum, Inquisitor's Palace, National Museum of Ethnography, Palace Armoury, The Cittadella, The Museum of Archaeology, Museum of Folklore, Natural Science Museum, The Old Prisons, The Armoury, Ta' Kola Windmill, Gozo ADMISSION : The state museums and archaeological sites with the exception of Hal Saflieni Hypogeum, are open free of charge to Maltese Citizens ONLY, on every last Sunday of the month. WEBSITE Malta Minestry of Education - Museums

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66. 1999 Archaeology Field School - USF Anthropology Department
Ggantija Temple, Gozo, malta. Xaghra Circle Ritual Collective Burial Site, Gozo,malta. Mnajdra Temple Complex, malta. Back to archaeology Field School intro,
Programs Scholarly Resources Archaeology Biological ... Linguistics
1999 - Archaeology Field School Field Schools: In 1999, the department held a study tour to the island of Malta. To see a slide show of the Malta study tour, click here
Ggantija Temple, Gozo, Malta
Mnajdra Temple Complex, Malta Back to Archaeology Field School intro About Us Anthropology Home USF Home ... USF Search Department of Anthropology
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67. Archaeology Graduate Programs In Europe
Phone 011+47 55 58 90 22 Fax 011+47 55 58 90 25 Degrees Offered MPhil. archaeology.University of malta Faculty of Arts Postgraduate programs - general
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Ghent University
Faculty of Arts and Philosophy Art Science and Archaeology Hoveniersberg 24 Ghent, B-9000 Belgium Click to send E-mail to: Phone: Fax: The Education Art Science and Archaeology concerns only the first cycle. The main goal of this first cycle is to obtain a good basis for more specialised choices in the second grade. The first year follows a clearly more historical oriented path; the introductions to several aspects of art science (architecture, plastic arts, ethnology, musicology and theatre) are set in a historical perspective, from Antiquity till the present time. An introduction to archaeology aims at preparing the students for the archaeological studies in the next three years. Degrees Offered: Dip.-Art Science and Archaeology

68. - Xemx's Malta Travelogue
Last Visit to malta . archaeology. by Xemx - Jan 26, 2003.
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Tas-Silg Excavations Although the Maltese islands cover only a few hundred square miles, there is probably no other area of this size in the world with such a large variety of ancient temples. So for those interested in archaeology, but perhaps do not have much time on their hands, this is the place to visit.
And for those interested in having a go at excavation, during the months of June and July, the university offers a short Summer School in Archaeology. I attended one in 1996 and still have the fondest memories of it....not only was it a lot of fun but I also met up with some very interesting people. You don't need to have any previous consists of 2 weeks lectures which include visits to all the important prehistoric sites on Malta and another 2-4 weeks exavation work. Here is the link.

69. European Archaeology
Institute; Activités chypriotes; From Cyprus to Munich; archaeologyin malta National Tourism Organisation. malta; archaeology in malta;
European Archaeology United Kingdom
  • The National Trust - Links
  • CBA guide to UK archaeology online - The World Wide Web Virtual Library ...
  • Early British Kingdoms
  • Archeologia Italiana (a cura di Ivan Boni)
  • ArcheoMedia - La rivista archeologica italiana On-Line
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  • Documentazione archeologica e immagini ...
  • Archemail, l'archeologia in Campania - Gruppo archeologico napoletano onlus
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  • Austria
  • Archaeology_At - Archaeological sites in Austria
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  • Chateaux de France
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  • Spain and Portugal
  • ArqueoHispania - Arqueologia de la Hispania antigua
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  • Netherlands
  • Archeologie - Motore di ricerca olandese
  • Agrarian communities in the Lower Meuse area 2900 BC - 250 AD - Research programme of the Faculty of Archaeology Leiden University
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  • Stichting voor de Nederlandse Archeologie ...
  • ArcheoNet Project - Archaeology towards the third millennium, Universiteit Leiden
  • 70. Brochtorff Circle, Gozo, Malta
    Brochtorff Circle, Gozo, malta. The recent excavation had to remove massivepieces of cave roof before intact archaeology could be examined.
    University of Bristol
    Brochtorff Circle, Gozo, Malta
    The Brochtorff Circle through history
    Since the late 18th century the curious megalithic stone circle and the Ggantija temple on the Xaghra plateau of Gozo have been recorded by European travellers. In the 1820s, the Lieutenant Governor of Gozo, Otto Bayer conducted an "excavation" at the circle which was recorded by the local artist Charles de Brochtorff in 1825. Bayer unearthed a deep hole containing large megalithic structures. By the late 1830s, the site was filled and forgotten, and even the megalithic stones were removed from the circle. If it had not been for the paintings and drawings left behind by Charles de Brochtorff then memory of the site may well have been lost forever. Charles de Brochtorff painted the Circle at Xaghra, (in 1825)
    showing the great stone entrance.
    The stone circle had enclosed a ritual area, entered through a huge stone entrance which led the mourners across a stone threshold and probably down steps into the rugged caves. At the centre, was an area enclosed by elegant megalithic trilithon altars and a massive stone bowl. The many natural caverns and niches of the caves were divided off by walls and stone slabs. Line drawing of the stone circle on the Xaghra plateau by Charles de Brochtorff.

    71. Photo-Realistic Visualisation Of Archaeological Sites
    Natal Museum, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa; Faculty of Architecture and Civil Engineering,University of malta; and Department of archaeology, University of
    Bristol CS Index Research
    Photo-Realistic Visualisation of Archaeological Sites
    Evidence from the archaeological record yields clues as to how our ancestors lived. However, our perceptions and analysis of this data may be clouded by the lack of surviving structures and intact landscapes that can be used to put this evidence into a better context. Recent developments in computer visualisation are providing powerful tools for modelling multi-dimensional aspects of the data collected by archaeologists. Computer graphic techniques can be used to reconstruct and visualise features of a site which may otherwise be difficult to appreciate. This new perspective may enhance our understanding of the environments in which our ancestors lived. The Department of Archaeology has extensive experience in investigating archaeological sites through excavation and interpretation. The Department of Computer Science has been engaged in research for a number of years in the field of photo-realistic computer graphics. INSITE is a multi-disciplinary collaboration which combines this and other expertise to achieve the three dimensional computer reconstruction and interactive photo-realistic visualisation of archaeological sites. Such a system will enable archaeologists to evaluate hypotheses concerning ritual performances, site utilisation, structure, contents and development of the area. Three areas currently being investigated include: the prehistoric temples of Malta (together with the University of Malta), the 19th century Zulu Royal Homestead of Mgungundlovu in South Africa (in conjunction with the Natal Museum) and the ``Rondel Tesetice-Kyjovice'' Neolithic circular structure in the Czech Republic (in collaboration with the Technical University of Brno and Masaryk University).

    72. Archaeology Resources In Malta - CIRS
    malta University of malta Department of Classics and archaeology.
    Malta University of Malta - Department of Classics and Archaeology

    73. Country Landkod University Department At GU CoordinatorGbg GU
    Translate this page malta, MT, L-Università Ta malta, archaeology, Tove Hjørungdal,+46 31 773 52 66, http// Nederländerna, NL, Rijksuniversiteit
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    74. Untitled
    Two credits for the fourweek; three credits for the six-week programme - awardedby the Department of Classics and archaeology of the University of malta.
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    Madison, NJ 07940 USA Phone When: Summer FDU-Global Study Certificate : Take advantage of this new and exciting program! Design your own research project while enhancing your travel experiences, Learn more about other cultures Receive faculty guidance as you travel, Analyze your research and write while in transit This program allows you to combine your studies, area of interest, and/or career goals with the flexibility of traveling where and when YOU want! Subjects Areas : Cultural/Regional Studies, Ecology, PeaceStudies, Environmental Management, EnvironmentalStudies, Environmental Sciences (Marine, Atmospheric, Meterology), Art Hist, Art/Fine Arts, International Relations, International Studies, Foreign (non-English) Languages and Literature, Science-other, Social_Sciences, Political Science, Politics

    75. Phoenician Archaeology
    which at that time were thought to belong to the Phoenician period.The Album of thePhoenician Ruins by the late Society of archaeology, malta, referred to by
    Phoenician Archaeology
    An Analysis of the Photographic Representations of the Melitensia Quinta (CIS, 1, 132) by Elizabeth and Paul C. Saliba B.A. (Hons) Since the Phoenician inscription CIS, 1, 132, more commonly known as the Melitensia Quinta was unearthed, or publicly known in 1855 , a number of studies were published regarding its authenticity, decipherment, dating, its historical record, how it fits in the ancient history of Gozo and other aspects. The inscription (plates 1, 2 and 3) is a proclamation of the whole people of Gozo represented by an assembly and commemorates the construction and renovation of three 'objects' and four temples. Different authors give different dates of the inscription , the common dilemma being whether it is pre or post 218BC, the latter being the year when the Romans took over the Maltese islands from the Carthaginians. Although part of the inscription is missing, the remaining available text gives ample light on the socio-religious and political organisation of Gozo, moulded up in a Phoenician context. It has also, to some degree, been given different interpretations. For example, Heltzer states that the words

    76. Malta - Cart Ruts
    PC, 1995, Tombs, Cartruts and Quarries, assignment submitted to the Department ofClassics and archaeology, Faculty of Arts, University of malta, (unpublished
    Malta - cart ruts
    AN EVALUATION OF THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE AT "MISRAH GHAR IL-KBIR" aka CLAPHAM JUNCTION LIMITS OF RABAT WITH A DEFINITION TO THE FUNCTION AND BEHAVIOUR OF THE CART-RUTS. OBSERVATIONS CARRIED OUT BY JOSEPH MAGRO CONTI AND PAUL C. SALIBA. Text by Paul C. Saliba ANY REFERENCE TO THIS ARTICLE SHOULD READ MAGRO CONTI AND SALIBA WHO ARE CO-CONTRIBUTORS. To Elizabeth, Rita and Daniel Saliba Annabelle and Giuliana Magro Conti THIS ARTICLE HAS BEEN WRITTEN FOR THE OCCASION OF THE 1RST INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP "LA COOPERAZIONE EUROMEDITERRANEA PER I BENI CULTURALI" IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE "INTERNATIONAL MEETING ARAMIS" HELD AT CASTELLAMARE DEL GOLFO 29 - 31 OCTOBER 1998. IT IS A SMALL PART OF A LARGER ASSIGNMENT WHICH JOSEPH MAGRO CONTI AND PAUL C. SALIBA ARE CARRYING OUT TOGETHER WITH A VIEW TO GIVING A COMPLETE ASSESSMENT OF THE CART-RUTS FOUND IN THE MALTESE ISLANDS. Forward Up to this day the cart-ruts have remained an unsolved puzzle to all authors and scholars who tried to describe their function and behaviour. Attempts at giving a solution to these enigmatic features have been a continuous endeavour and various hypotheses have been suggested. But all theories are based on assumptions and limited evidence. The aim of this paper is to present new light and absolute evidence on the real use and function of certain examples of cart-ruts. The site at Clapham -Junction limits of Rabat is chosen as a case study. Finally a brief assessment is made on the present state of the site at "Misrah Ghar il-Kbir" a.k.a Clapham Junction which is in continuous peril of being defaced due to the human interventions which are always on the increase around the area.

    77. Malta Has A Feminine Mystique
    The group develops specialinterest tours to malta with experts fromthe University of malta and the National Museum of archaeology.

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    Malta has a feminine mystique
    MALTA You'd think a goddess could get a little respect. But here, in the prehistoric homeland of Mediterranean fertility goddesses, the earthy idols are dubbed the Fat Ladies. Huge stone gals with global hips wrapped in chisel-pleated skirts were found in the mysterious temple sites dotting Malta and its sister island Gozo.
  • Practical advice for visiting Malta Islands show wealth of history Travel information for Malta Nearly 6,000 years ago, people on these sunstruck shores, 60 miles south of Sicily, moved megaliths that created temples Western civilization's first signs of sacred architecture for rituals never to be named or known again. Buried by nature and neglect, the temples were rediscovered in the 1800s. Now there's a rise in ''idol'' curiosity. Scholars, intellectually driven travelers, new age explorers, even a handful of goddess tour companies, join European sun-seekers here. The tally of American visitors was just 17,000 last year, up 25% from about 14,000 in 1996. They include divers searching for crystalline waters, and history buffs studying the Knights of Malta or the heroic World War II stories of these strategic, embattled isles. Cruise vacationers sail into Valletta's Grand Harbour and take shore tours.
  • 78. ArchNet - Archaeology Conference Listings
    MARITIME HERITAGE 2003 International Conference on Maritime Heritage 2426 March2003, malta. Rac Trac 2003 fifth biennial Roman archaeology Conference and the
    Archaeology Conference Listings
    The following are conference listings and contact information (if available).
    Most archaeological conferences are for archaeological students and professionals.
    However, there are often symposia avilable to the general public. If you would like your conference listed, please write to
    Provide any description that you would like posted including the dates, location, contact information, fees, and the intended audience.
    Or provide a URL website address that links to you conference information.
    Professional Conferences
    Notice of Society for American Archaeology Annual Meeting Notice of American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting Notice of American Association of Physical Anthropologists Annual Meeting Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference, 2002 ... MARITIME HERITAGE 2003
    International Conference on Maritime Heritage
    24-26 March 2003, Malta Rac Trac 2003
    fifth biennial Roman Archaeology Conference and the thirteenth Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference
    will be held in parallel at the University of Leicester
    Thursday 3rd to Sunday 6th April 2003.

    79. HISTORY []
    malta National Museum of archaeology Non-official website includingVirtual walkthroughs and information on Maltese archaeology.

    80. Benna/Malta Mpegs MPEGs, biology geography discology archaeology songology genealogy reflexology lincology. Benna Factory. Hamrun. Marsaxlokk. /Malta MPEGs biology geography discology archaeology ... /Malta MPEGs biology geography discology archaeology ... lincology

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