The authors visited Hal Resqun on the day of its rediscovery in August 2006. It was brought to light again in the course of road works in the vicinity of Gudja and is below the roundabout near Malta International Airport.
By: Stephanie Said This research focuses on the collection of firilli boats found at the Maritime Museum in Vittoriosa, Malta. The objectives were to document and record […]
The history of the Maltese corbelled hut, known as il-girna (pl. giren), dispersed in the karstic plains of the Maltese islands has been quite elusive. Little […]
By: Veronica Barbara Of all the abundant papers focusing on museum environments, few dismantle the decisionmaking process which characterizes the planning of displays and site presentations, going beyond […]
By: Anna Maria This paper argues that the institution of the Missione Archeologica Italiana a Malta in 1963 is the offspring of the archaeological policies endorsed […]
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