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Title: Editorial [Malta Archaeological Review, Issue 10] 
Authors: Vella, Nicholas C.
Keywords: Editorials
Archaeology -- Malta
Archaeology -- Periodicals
Cultural property -- Protection -- Malta
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Malta Archaeological Review
Citation: Vella, N. C. (2010). Editorial. Malta Archaeological Review, 10, 2-4.
Abstract: This is the tenth issue of the Malta Archaeological Review, and the second one that I have the honour to edit on behalf of the Society. Readers will have noted that the quality of the publication has risen in leaps and bounds over the years. The first issue, produced in 1996, was a slim eight-pager but it contained within it the enthusiasm for Maltese archaeology that our founder president, Prof. Antony H.B. de Bono hoped the Society would convey to its members and the Maltese public more widely. We hope that we are still delivering with the same spirit. On behalf of readers I would like to take this opportunity to formally thank the previous editor, Patricia Camilleri for giving us six informative issues of the Malta Archaeological Review between 1999 and 2011, years in which she had a busy professional schedule at the University of Malta alongside the commitments of the Society of which she was also president between 2004 and 2010. Ann Gingell Littlejohn was, and remains, an invaluable deputy editor who is silently responsible for ensuring that the final product is of a very high standard and that ideas and results are expressed in plain language. Anton Bugeja and Maxine Anastasi continue to respond to calls of help about content and design promptly and efficiently.
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