The section of Heritage Malta’s Phoenician, Roman and Medieval sites is one of the largest curatorial sections within the Agency. Its work is to maintain the sites entrusted to it, make them accessible to present patrons and preserve them for future generations. But what work goes on behind the scenes to make this possible? This lecture is a perfect opportunity to get a glimpse of all the different facets of the curatorial role within each and every site managed by this section.
Mr David Cardona, Senior Curator Phoenician, Roman and medieval sites, Heritage Malta, will be giving insights into the work that goes on behind the scenes on Heritage Malta sites, in a lecture entitled: Heritage Malta’s Phoenician, Roman and Medieval sites: a backstage preview on Wednesday 24 October 2018. The presentation is part of The Archaeological Society’s lecture programme and will be held at 6pm at the National Museum of Archaeology, Republic Street, Valletta.
Photo: Daniel Cilia
Photo caption: Mosaic at the Roman Domus, Rabat