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Title: The abolition of the class of Arabic at the Lyceum
Authors: Camilleri, Joseph John
Keywords: Arabic language -- Malta -- History -- 20th century
Schools -- Malta -- History -- 20th century
Malta -- History -- British occupation, 1800-1964
Teachers -- Malta -- History -- 20th century
Congregational churches -- Malta -- History -- 20th century
University of Malta -- History -- 20th century
Political science -- Malta -- 20th century
Finance -- Malta -- History -- 20th century
Issue Date: 1977
Publisher: Malta Historical Society
Citation: Camilleri, J.J. (1977). The abolition of the class of Arabic at the Lyceum. Melita Historica, 7(2), 171-174.
Abstract: This article discusses the legal ramifications of the discontinuing of the teaching of the Arabic language in Malta. Camilleri states that the subject met its end in 1913- during the British occupation of the islands. This fact brought about several legal vantages that needed to be addressed prior to the abolishing of the teaching of Arabic in Malta.
Appears in Collections:MH, Volume 7, No. 2 (1977)
MH, Volume 7, No. 2 (1977)

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