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Title: When the Maltese army conquered Djerba in 1039
Authors: Mercieca, Simon
Cassar, Frans X.
Keywords: Malta -- History
Malta -- History -- Byzantine rule, 535-870
Malta -- History -- Arab rule, 870-1090
Jerba Island (Tunisia) -- History
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Standard Publications
Citation: Mercieca, S., & Cassar, F. X. (2016). When the Maltese army conquered Djerba in 1039. The Malta Independent, pp. 28-29.
Abstract: Whether one accepts Al Athir’s historical chronicle and the fact that the events of 982 are related to Malta or not, one cannot deny that the central Mediterranean remained a political hotbed between the 10th and 11th century. Both the Byzantines and the Arabs continued to fight for naval dominance of the area.
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