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Title: An interpretation of Maltese prehistory
Authors: Cutajar, Dominic
Keywords: Antiquities, Prehistoric -- Malta
Neolithic period -- Malta
Copper age -- Malta
Bronze age -- Malta
Archaeology -- Malta -- History
Pottery, Ancient -- Malta
Megalithic monuments -- Malta
Megalithic temples -- Malta
Issue Date: 1982
Publisher: Upper Secondary School Valletta
Citation: Cutajar, D. (1982). An interpretation of Maltese prehistory. Hyphen, 3(4), 176-185
Abstract: Maltese prehistory ,consists of a very long stretch of time, longer than the stretch of our written history. The main contributors in this field have been Sir Temi Zammit who first worked out a coherent picture of its real significance, John D. Evans who gave it a firm scientific basis and put up the Archaeological Section of our Museum, and David Trump who gave it the definite framework that we now have. This article tries to describe the different phases of Maltese prehistory according to the three main epochs and their different periods.
Appears in Collections:Hyphen, Volume 3, No. 4 (1982)
Hyphen, Volume 3, No. 4 (1982)

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