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Title: Excavations in Gozo 1987-94
Authors: Malone, Caroline
Stoddart, Simon
Keywords: Archaeology -- Malta -- Gozo
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Malta -- Xaghra
Antiquities, Prehistoric -- Malta -- Gozo
Rites and ceremonies, Prehistoric -- Malta -- Gozo
Issue Date: 1996
Publisher: The Archaeological Society Malta
Citation: Malone, C. & Stoddart, S. (1996). Excavations in Gozo 1987-94. Malta Archaeological Review, No. 1, 2-5
Abstract: This article recounts the start of the excavations of the Xaghra Circle in Gozo. This site is also commonly known as the Brochtorff circle. Previously unexcavated, this site consists of a variety of tomb chambers with human remains. Additionally other matierial finds such as beads, pottery and stone figures. The latter include nine cult figures, carved from stone and a small stone carving of a two seated figure on a bed.
Appears in Collections:MAR, Issue 01 (1996)
MAR, Issue 01 (1996)

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