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  1. The Significance of Cart-Ruts in Ancient Landscapes
  2. Mediterranean Port Cities and Towns in Malta: Valletta
  3. Palazzo Falson: Historic House Museum by Michelle Galea and Francesca Balzan, 2007-12-03
  4. BOV Exhibitions XVI: Philip Chircop by Girolamo Fiorentino,
  5. BOV Exhibitions: Anton Agius and Joseph Casha by Louis P. Saliba,
  6. Prehistoric Malta, Europe and North Africa: Prehistoric Remains of Malta and Gozo, Europe, Anatolia and N. Africa by B. Vassallo, 2007-12-31
  7. A Phoenician-type portrait head in stone (Studies in Maltese archaeology and history) by Francis S Mallia, 1969
  8. Testing of archaeological sites on the Basalt-Malta transmission line, Lake County, Colorado (Publication series / Cultural Resource Consultants) by Mark R Guthrie, 1981
  9. Archaeological survey of the proposed Mt. Elbert-Malta transmission line, Fryingpan-Arkansas Project in Lake County, Colorado by William Gayl Buckles, 1975
  10. The Maltese catacombs: Characteristics and general considerations by Mario Buhagiar, 1984
  11. The neolithic temples of Hajar Kim and Mnaidra and the "Miska" reservoirs by T Zammit, 1927
  12. Ruins of a megalithic temple at Xeuchia (Shewkiyah), Gozo by Emmanuel Magri, 1919
  13. The prehistoric remains of the Maltese Islands by T Zammit, 1930
  14. Human-Induced Changes in the Environment and Landscape of the Maltese Islands fromteh Neolithic to the 15th Century AD (bar s) by Katrin Fenech, 2007-12-31

81. New Page 1
Authority. For ADAM PICTURE BOX PRODUCTIONS he has recently producedHERITAGE IN STONE A HISTORY OF malta'S archaeology. Another History.htm
The key members of APB are the following:
VINCE BRIFFA M.A. Fine Art (Leeds) Vince Briffa is a TV and film director with vast experience in the production of commercials and documentaries for television, graphics. After studying Fine Arts and Media Practice at Edinburgh College of Arts in Scotland and Leeds University in UK, Vince worked in the graphic arts field for several years, specialising in illustration and art direction. From design for print he moved into TV production after a period of training on Quantel Paintbox.
Besides being winner of the Art Director's Award and the Best Commercial Award (Direction) for 1995 in the Malta Advertising awards and the Best Design Award by Zanders of Germany, Vince is also an accomplished fine artist in his own right who has held solo exhibitions in Malta, the USA, the UK, Germany, Poland, Russia, Egypt, Italy, Austria and Liechtenstein. He was also chosen to represent Malta at the 1999 Venice Biennale and the 1996, 1999 and 2000 editions of the Edinburgh Festival. He is currently reading for his PhD at the University of Lancashire in the UK.
Trained by Wavefront of Belgium, Alfred is responsible for the 3D visualization and animation team. After a long career in the graphic design for print and architectural fields he has managed to establish himself as a leading figure in three dimensional modeling and animation, specializing in architectural visualization, corporate presentations and programme promotion and strings. His work has also been recognized by the Malta Advertising Awards, and he has been instrumental key visualization projects of both national and international dimension including the Portomaso-Hilton Project, Gasan Property-Milner Grove development and in the creation of documentary graphics for docu-drama The Great Siege of Malta.

82. No More Falcons (Malta And Gozo)
Temples were my favorites of the ruins in malta. The important artifacts have beenmoved to the safety of Valletta's Museum of archaeology, but replicas of
No More Falcons (Malta and Gozo)
by Lynn and John Salmon
January, 2002
In 1530 the Spanish Emperor or Charles V ceded Malta to the Order of St. John in exchange for an annual rent of one live falcon. Alas, the Maltese falcon has been hunted into extinction after the last known pair disappeared in the mid-1980's. On our walks on the island of Gozo the shell casings left behind by the hunters were all that remain. Malta has a rich history dating back to c. 5000 BC. Many pottery relics from the Neolithic period can be found in the excellent Museum of Archaeology in Valletta. More artifacts are also on display in the Archaeology Museum in the Citadel in Victoria on Gozo. My favorites include the pair of heads that look like George and Martha Washington and a piece of bone that resembles a ruler.
As early as 3600 BC the early inhabitants of the Maltese Islands were building impressive temple structures like the ruins at Ggantija on the island of Gozo. Up close, one can see carvings on the rocks. A common pattern is one with a swirl. There's also plenty of graffitti.
Tarxien, the last of the temple building phases, ended around 2600 BC (about the same time the Great Pyramid in Egypt was built). The Tarxien Temples were my favorites of the ruins in Malta. The important artifacts have been moved to the safety of Valletta's Museum of Archaeology, but replicas of some of the important finds have been placed around the temple site.

83. A. Mifsud: Dossier Malta - Evidence For The Magdalenian
Oakley 1980 53. 11. Schiavone 1992 221; 237; 253. 12. Oakley 1970 40. 13. Atthe time Dr. Baldacchino was Director of the malta Museum of archaeology. 14.
DOSSIER MALTA: EVIDENCE FOR THE MAGDALENIAN ENDNOTES Chapter 3 1. A recent report by the British palaeontologist, Brian Gardiner (Professor of Palaeontology at King’s College, London), claims to have identified the hoaxer as Martin A. C. Hinton, a curator of Zoology of the Museum at the time (Linnean Society Meeting of the 24th of May 1996). At the meeting of the same Society on the 20 March 1997, the science historian from the American Museum of Natural History, Richard Milner produced the evidence to propose Sir Arthur Canon Doyle himself as the perpetrator of the hoax. 2. The British palaeontologist, Kenneth Page Oakley, of the Department of Natural History (British Museum), is particularly associated with the exposure of the Piltdown forgery through the series of chemical dating tests which he adapted for this particular exercise. He was in Malta on several occasions, on holiday, and as the guest of George Zammit Maempel, with whom he shared common scientific interests (pers. comm. Zammit Maempel, June 1995; NHM (BM) Archives: Oakley correspondence with de Gros Clarke). 3. Weiner 1980: 21, 30, 33; 36-41; 66-67.

84. General Information On Malta
Within its limited boundaries is reflected some of malta’s rich heritageof archaeology, history, architecture, art and cultures.
Places to Visit
  • The National Museum of Archaeology, housed in the Auberge de Provence; The National Museum of Fine Arts, located in an 18 th century palace; Palace of the Grand Masters; The Armoury, (two halls in the Palace where arms and armour of various periods and descriptions are displayed; Upper Barrakka Gardens, which commands a magnificent view of Grand Harbour; Manoel Theatre, one of the oldest theatres in Europe still in operation; National War Museum, housed in Fort St. Elmo; Mediterranean Conference Centre, originally the hospital of the Order of St. John.
The Three Cities
Sliema, and the neighbouring areas, are a fashionable residential area and a noted resort. It has a 3 km long seafront promenade which is one of the most frequented spots on the island. It has many shopping centers, restaurants, and the largest concentration of hotels, a number of nightspots and entertaining facilities, a Casino, popular beaches and beach clubs with water sports facilities.
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85. Mediterranean Archaeology Websites
Prehistoric Temples of malta and Gozo. Bodrum Museum of Underwater archaeology Interestingand welllaid out website devoted to underwater archaeology off the
Mediterranean Archaeology Websites and Useful Links Cyprus Egypt Greece Italy ... Links to links To cite a website in your essay, put the author, date and name when known, then the full address, then the date you last viewed it (see Level 1 and 2 Handbook , page 10) Lehner, Mark. 1997. The dig.
Last viewed 17th October 2002 Websites may or may not be reliable sources of information and ideas (though the links on this page have all been 'vetted'). Check the credentials of the authors.
ALWAYS EXAMINE CRITICALLY! Archaeological websites tend to be descriptive rather than analytical. Consulting them will certainly give additional information for your essays, but they won't replace reading the analytical works on the reading list.

86. Europe
Tusculum Proyecto de investigación. malta. archaeology in malta. Poland.Institute of Prehistory, Adam Mickiewicz University. Oslonki. Portugal. Europe Want to go on a dig? Students/volunteers wanted for dig in Belize! ARCHAEOLOGY PORTAL THE GREAT PLAZA ADD OR CHANGE A LINK ... SITE INDEX We've been reading... Featured Partners:



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AFAN - Association pour les fouilles archéologiques nationales L'Age du Bronze, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur ArchDATA GIS and Remote Sensing in Burgundy Psalmodi, Williams College
German Archaeology (English) Deutsch Gesellschaft zur Förderung der vor- und frühgeschichtlichen Ausgrabungen im Osnabrücker Land e.V. Kalkriese: Die Örtlichkeit der Varusschlacht ... Römische Inschriften in Germanien. Präsentation eines aktuellen Forschungsprojektes an der Universität Osnabrück
The Acropolis Museum Ancient City of Athens Corinth Computer Project Late Roman Delphi ... Temple of Athena Parthenon at the Acropolis
Ireland (Republic of) Archaeology Ireland Magazine The Celtic High Cross , gravestones in Clonmacnoise, County Offalay.

87. Country Landkod University Department_at_gu CoordinatorGbg
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88. EMPTC Conference
Multidisciplinary scientific conference to examine associations and connections identifying the Category Science Social Sciences archaeology Conferences...... to determine trade connections, chronology, diet and subsistence adaptations malta,the Mediterranean and the Role of Prehistoric Art archaeology of Gender
Exploring the Maltese
Prehistoric Temple Culture

EMPTC - Conference
25, 26, 27 of September 2003
In MALTA History's most exciting assembly of focused enthusiasts and scholars: An amazing opportunity for anyone with
an interest the megalithic monuments
and related artifacts of the
Temple Culture of Malta and Gozo. For the first time, new information
from a variety of fields of research
will be shared in a single venue.

SAMPLE TOPICS "Goddesses" of Malta - a male view of the Mother-Daughter cult Prehistoric Maltese Death Ritual: Lessons from the Brochtorff Circle at Xaghra, Gozo Human-induced change in the environment and landscape of Malta in the Neolithic Alignments along the main axes at Mnajdra temples: astronomical observatory Application of scientific techniques to determine trade connections, chronology, diet and subsistence adaptations Archaeology of Gender Luminescence Dating of Megalithic Monuments The creative process of involvement of modern man with an ancestral past: Carnac, Stonehenge, Malta Hal Saflieni Hypogeum Mortuary Temple, c. 5600-4500 BP

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90. Archaeology And Prehistory
archaeology and Prehistory. malta has always stood at the crossroadsof the Mediterranean. People crossing from north to south, or

91. San Graal News -Archaeology, Space, Science, Sacred Geometry
Temple Acoustics on malta's Island Pavel Smuntný. After research tiedwith ancient megalithic temples near to some pyramids in Egypt
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Links Contact Discussion ... Alan Watts Author and philosopher Alan Watts , born in Chislehurst, England (1915), was a writer-philosopher who earned a reputation as the foremost interpreter of Eastern philosophy for the West. His most well-known books include The Meaning of Happiness The Wisdom of Insecurity: A Message for the Age of Anxiety (1950), and The Way of Zen The ultimate Jewish conspiracy theory
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Wednesday January 15, 2003
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God save us from conspiracy theorists, were Senator Joseph Lieberman to be elected US president in 2004. Things are quite bad enough as they stand, without a Jewish head of state in America. Fortunately, it looks as though George Bush will win, whoever his opponent is. For the past 40 years, the common explanation for US partiality towards Israel has been the power of the Jewish lobby. It is an explanation that, broadly, has united leftwingers and rightwingers. Why has the United States been so supine in the face of Israeli intransigence, and so uncaring in its attitude towards the plight of the Palestinians? Above all, why has it behaved in this way, when a more balanced approach might have served its long-term interests far better? The Jewish lobby, that's why.

92. CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Christian Archaeology
(Catholic Encyclopedia)Category Society Religion and Spirituality A...... begin the systematic exploration of the ancient Roman cemeteries or catacombs, wasthe Father of Christian archaeology , Antonio Bosio. Born in malta in 1575
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Christian Archaeology
Christian archaeology is that branch of the science of archaeology the object of which is the study of ancient Christian monuments. The modern historian who endeavours to reconstruct the life of the primitive Christians has two sources of information to draw upon, namely: literary and monumental sources. By literary sources is commonly understood the existing remains of early Christian literature; monumental sources consist of the various classes of objects of a material character surviving from antiquity, which were produced by Christians or under Christian influence, sepulchral inscriptions, paintings, sculptures churches, and the products of the minor arts. The principal aim of Christian archaeology, as indicated, is to ascertain all that is possible relative to the manners and customs of the early Christians from the monuments of Christian antiquity. Any attempt to determine the date when the period loosely designated "Christian Antiquity" gave place to the medieval period must of necessity be more or less arbitrary. As a consequence of this difficulty, differences of opinion exist among archaeologists as to the chronological limits to be assigned to Christian archaeology. However, such authorities as De Rossi and Le Blant regard the beginning of the seventh century, or the death of

93. University Of Melbourne Research Report 1997 : Classics And Archaeology
The archaeology of Punic malta C Sagona. The Northeastern AnatoliaArchaeological Project - C Sagona. Greek and Roman Classical Studies
The University of Melbourne Research Report 1997
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Classics and Archaeology
List of Research Staff
Professor of Classical Studies Frank Bowman Sear, MA PhD Camb FAHA FSA Readers/Associate Professors Elizabeth Pemberton, BA Mt Holyoke MA PhD Col FAHA FSA
Antonio Giuseppe Sagona, BA PhD DipEd
Roger David Scott, MA Camb BA Senior Lecturers Guy Bunnens, LicPhilLettHist LicPhilHistOr DrPhilLett Brussels
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Robert Geoffrey Jenkins, BSc Mon BA PhD
Christopher John Mackie, BA N'castle NSW PhD Glas Professor Emeritus of Middle Eastern Studies John Bowman, MA BD Glas DPhil Oxf MA FAHA Senior Academic Associates Andrew Ehrenkreutz, BA PhD Lond
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Elezier Paltiel, MRE Yeshiva MA PhD Penn Academic Associates Francis Ian Andersen, PhD Johns H BA MSc
Peter V Brennan, BSc N'castle NSW PhD LaT
Mark G. Brett, BA Qld MDiv Prin PhD Sheff Piers Thomas Crocker, BA MPhil Camb Ian James McNiven, BA PhD Qld

94. Biblical Archaeology Society: Dig Sites Featured In BAR
Street, Valletta VLT 07, malta; tel 35621234-121/2; fax 356-2123-0538;; Web site
Archaeological Dig Listings
featured in Archaeology Odyssey January/February 2003 Athenian Agora
Athens, Greece
Dig Season Dates Early June to early August; applications due December 15, 2002; preference given to those applicants who can work the full 8 weeks Historical Associations Classical Greek (5th-4th century B.C.) Important Finds Ruins of central marketplace of Athens, assorted structures, inscriptions and pottery fragments dating from Neolithic to modern times Goals Continue to excavate the upper levels of the Agora Lodging/Cost Room and board in apartments located a 30-minute walk from the dig; a small stipend of approximately $120/week is provided by the dig Minimum Stay 6 weeks Academic Credit None Excavation/Program Directors John Camp , American School of Classical Studies at Athens Contacts Agora Volunteer Program, American School of Classical Studies, 6-8 Charlton Street, Princeton, NJ 08540-5232; tel: fax: e-mail: Web site: Back to Index Survey in Ireland and Excavation
Castell Henllys, Wales

95. Archaeology Odyssey: Feature 1
chaTAHL hoo-yook) was first excavated in 1961, when James Mellaart of the BritishInstitute of archaeology at Ankara 4. Mnajdra malta Mid-4th millennium BC.

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Early 8th milennium B.C.
The World's First Town Some 9,000 years ago, in a grassy region of south-central Turkey, a group of hunter-gatherers discovered a new means of survival: farming. They then established a settlement that over the next millennium would grow to 32 acres and house up to 10,000 people. This Neolithic settlement at Catal Hoyuk (cha-TAHL hoo-yook) was first excavated in 1961, when James Mellaart of the British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara sank a trench in the site's 65-foot-high mound. Over the next five years he uncovered a honeycomb of almost identical, rectangular, flat-roofed mudbrick houses, which had square living rooms leading into long, narrow storerooms. Each of the houses contained about 270 square feet of living space, suggesting that they were residences of nuclear families. Windows were placed up high, near the roof, and the open spaces between the houses were used as garbage dumps. Curiously, the houses had no doors. Our Neolithic ancestors used portable ladders to enter their houses through the roof. Catal Hoyuk's art was preserved by the white mud plaster that was regularly applied to building walls. One building had 120 layers of protective coating.

96. History Malta
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London. He was also codirector of the University of malta's ArchaeologySummer School and Excavation Programme from 1996 to 1999. In
9 June - 27 June 2003
FOUNDATION FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES UNIVERSITY OF MALTA St Paul Street, Valletta VLT.07, MALTA Tel (+356) 21.230793, or 21.234121/2;
Fax (+356) 21.230538 or 21.230551;
e.mail: The summer school in Near Eastern Studies introduces participants to the study of the fascinating and turbulent world of the Near East (nowadays more popularly known as the Middle East) in the tranquil environment of Malta. The program, which is based on semester courses offered by the Dept. of Arabic and Near Eastern Studies, comprises around 34 contact hours of lectures, complemented by another 16 hours of field trips to various interesting archaeological and historical sites. The introductory lectures on the Semitic languages as well as the overview of the history of the Arab and Hebrew languages, offer a good introduction to the structure of the major Semitic languages used in the Middle East. Lectures on the civilizations of Ancient Mesopotamia, Egypt, Syria-Palestine, and the Phoenicians illustrate how the major feats in the history of civilization originated in the Near East. The Koran, Islamic Philosophy, the Arab Cinema, and Arab Malta will also be dealt with. Field trips will illustrate the rich heritage of the Maltese Islands which were more than once influenced by Near Eastern culture. Summer School Co-Directors: Professor Anthony J. Frendo and Dr Martin R. Zammit.

98. 0800 Malta : Valletta
Within its limited boundaries, the city reflects some of malta's rich heritage ofarchaeology, history, architecture, art and culture. Viewing is essential.
Valletta, the capital was built by Jean de la Valette, French Grand Master of the Order of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem, after the epic siege of 1565. It dominates, in one wide sweep, the Island's historic Grand Harbour - one of the finest natural ports in Europe. Within its limited boundaries, the city reflects some of Malta's rich heritage of archaeology, history, architecture, art and culture. Viewing is essential. It's also worth spending a good part of a morning walking round this beautiful city. A camera would come in handy, particularly for the views on both sides of Valletta from the streets, which are laid out in a grid-like fashion. There are plenty of restaurants and cafes to provide sustinence during your visit.
More details at Restaurants Places of interest worth visiting are:
  • The National Museum of Archaeology . The more important collections covering Maltese archaeology are housed in the Auberge de Provence, Valletta, one of the Inns of the Knights of St John. Collections of prehistoric pottery, sculpture, statuettes, stone implements and personal ornaments recovered from the Maltese megalithic temples and other pre-historic sites are exhibited. Typical examples of tomb furniture of the Punic and Roman periods are also displayed. After two years of refurbishment, the Museum now boasts new prehistoric galleries . In addition to these galleries, the Museum will eventually have floors dedicated to the Bronze, Punic, Roman, Byzantine, Baroque and modern ages.
  • 99. Malta Project 2001
    The team consisted of eight divers from INA, the National Museum ofArchaeology, the University of malta, and Bristol University. project 2001.htm
    Malta Project 2001 Project Director: Ayse Devrim Atauz Summer 2001 was the second season of the Systematic Survey of the Maltese coastline by INA in cooperation with the National Museum of Archaeology. The objective of the present project is to locate the underwater cultural remains (i.e. shipwrecks, anchors, submerged settlements, aircraft wrecks, harbor structures) in the Maltese territorial waters, to document the discovered sites, and to conduct excavations when warranted. Our ultimate goal is to determine the role played by the Maltese islands throughout the history of the Mediterranean seafaring by answering questions such as: where the main harbors/anchorages were located, what products were exchanged/traded, and how did the major historical events effect the nature of long-distance trade and traders that frequented Malta. The growing results of our work signals that rewarding progress has been made in providing answers to our research questions. Divers getting ready to dive into the Marsamxett Harbor from the Old Quarantine Hospital In 2001, work was pursued in four major areas.

    100. GCWEB.NET : Top > Science And Technology > Anthropology And Archaeology
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