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Title: The inquisition in Malta (3) : customs and traditions
Authors: Bonnici, Alexander
Keywords: Malta -- History -- Inquisition, 1561-1798
Malta -- History -- Knights of Malta, 1530-1798
Catholic Church -- Discipline
Inquisition -- Malta
Issue Date: 1982
Publisher: Gulf Publishing Ltd.
Citation: Bonnici, A. (1982). The inquisition in Malta (3) : customs and traditions. Civilization, 3, 67-68.
Abstract: Grudgingly or not, every new Inquisitor assigned to the Maltese Islands had to adapt himself to various requirements dictated by local customs and traditions. Besides having to contend with the fact that he was assigned to Europe's southernmost flank, he was expected to abide by certain rules of custom and tradition, even if given his own personal touch.
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