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Title: Evidence of Greek, Carthaginian and Etruscan maritime commerce south of the Tyrrhenian : the Maltese case
Authors: Bonanno, Anthony
Keywords: Tyrrhenian Sea Region -- Commerce -- History
Greeks -- Malta -- History
Carthaginians -- Malta -- History
Etruscans -- Mata -- History
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Malta
Malta -- Antiquities
Malta -- History
Ras ir-Raheb (Rabat, Malta)
Borg in-Nadur (Birzebbuga, Malta)
Issue Date: 1988
Publisher: European Network of Scientific and Technical Cooperation for Cultural Heritage
Citation: Bonanno, A. (1988). Evidence of Greek, Carthaginian and Etruscan maritime commerce south of the Tyrrhenian : the Maltese case. PACT (Journal of the European Study Group on Physical, Chemical, Mathematical and Biological Techniques Applied to Archaeology), 6, 417–428.
Abstract: I feel I should commence by thanking Prof. Tony Hackens and Dr. Francois Widemann on behalf of the Centro Universitario Europeo for kindly inviting me to take part in an active way in this symposium. When I first received the invitation to present a report at this meeting with the proposed title, I very cautiously declined. I did so for two reasons : in the first place, because having in the last ten years dedicated myself almost entirely to archaeology related to the Maltese islands, I judged myself unfit to tackle any aspect strictly connected with the theme, and secondly, because I felt that Malta lay too much outside the Tyrrhenian sphere to be the focus of a paper in this symposium.
URI: https://www.um.edu.mt/library/oar/handle/123456789/45405
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