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Title: Salient points from the notes of Joseph Cassar Pullicino for a history of Maltese costume
Authors: Pellegrini, Vincenzo Maria
Keywords: Cassar Pullicino, Guze, 1921-2005. Studies in Maltese Folklore -- Criticism and interpretation
Evans, John Davies, 1925-2011
Folklore -- Malta -- Periodicals
Folklorists -- Malta
Cults -- Malta -- History
Zammit, Themistocles, 1864-1935
Malta -- History -- Classical period, 218 B.C.-535 A.D.
Tarxien Temples (Tarxien, Malta)
Malta -- History -- Normans, Angevins, & Swabians, 1090-1283
Malta -- History -- Aragonese and Castillians, 1283-1530
Clothing and dress -- Malta
Issue Date: 1980-08
Publisher: Ghaqda Maltija tal-Folklor
Citation: Pellegrini, V. M. (1980, August). Salient points from the notes of Joseph Cassar Pullicino for a history of Maltese costume. L-Imnara, 1, 3, 76-79.
Abstract: J.D.Evans, referring to cult figures and ornamental objects preserved at the national museum, expresses the doubt that most probably, the costumes of those figures showed only the dress of temple officials, and unfortunately, we have no knowledge so far; of what the everyday dress of our forefathers was like. In his “Studies in Maltese Folklore,” J.Cassar Pullicino states: “...the influence from nearby Sicily, which goes back at least to Norman times, was strong and sustained.
Appears in Collections:L-Imnara, Volume 1, Issue 3
L-Imnara, Volume 1, Issue 3

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