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Title: Some considerations in determining the semitic element in Maltese folklore
Authors: Cassar Pullicino, Guze
Keywords: Folklore -- Malta -- History
Folklore -- Malta -- Influences
Issue Date: 1972
Publisher: Société nationale d'édition et de diffusion
Citation: Cassar Pullicino, G. "Some considerations in determining the Semitic element in Maltese folklore." Proc. of Congrès D'études Des Cultures Méditerranéennes D'influence Arabo-berbère, Malta. Ed. Micheline Galley and David R. Marshall. Alger: Société Nationale D'édition Et De Diffusion, 1972. p. 371-381
Abstract: Throughout the centuries Malta has come in contact with various cultures. A long process of adaptation, assimilation and cross fertilisation of beliefs and usages drawn from various conflicting sources has resulted in a rich pattern of traditions, beliefs and practices that make the Maltese Islands a unique place for folklore research within the wider framework of Mediterranean civilizations. In this variegated pattern History and Folklore are as closely intertwined as are Folklore and Language.
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