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Title: Cultural interactions in ancient Mediterranean history
Authors: Moscati, Sabatino
Keywords: Archaeology -- Malta
Archaeology -- Mediterranean Region
Tas-Silg complex (Marsaxlokk, Malta)
Phoenician antiquities -- Mediterranean Region
Malta -- History -- To 870
Punic antiquities -- Malta
Issue Date: 1972
Publisher: Société nationale d'édition et de diffusion
Citation: Moscati, Sabatino. "Cultural interactions in ancient Mediterranean history." 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. 7-19
Abstract: This paper discusses that throughout the ancient Mediterranean, the Greeks were not the only ones influencing other cultures. This can be seen at the multi-period site of tas-Silg in Malta and in Sicily where many cult artifacts such as statuettes and steles have been found to be of Punic origin. Archaeological links between Tunisia, Malta, Sicily, Sardinia and Italy are discussed through the various artifacts found during excavations.
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