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Title: Archaeology, epistemology, and the earliest phase of Maltese prehistory
Authors: Frendo, Anthony J.
Keywords: Malta -- Antiquities
Archaeology -- Malta
Antiquities, Prehistoric -- Malta
Neolithic period -- Malta
Prehistoric peoples -- Malta
Ghar Dalam (Birzebbuga, Malta)
Issue Date: 1999
Publisher: Prehistoric Society of Malta
Citation: Frendo, A. J. (1999). Archaeology, epistemology, and the earliest phase of Maltese prehistory. In A. Mifsud, & C. Savona Ventura (Eds.), Facets of Maltese Prehistory (pp. 25-32). Malta: Prehistoric Society of Malta.
Abstract: The relationship between archaeology and philosophy in general as well as that between the former and epistemology in particular has become a commonplace in archaeological research. This paper is not concerned with such vast themes in general; it simply purports to throw some light on the relationship between archaeology and epistemology as exemplified in the earliest phase of Maltese prehistory, and it aspires to do this via the presentation and application of the epistemology advocated by a philosopher still virtually unknown in archaeology.
Description: This document contains the Table of Contents, the List of Illustrations, Figures and Tables, and Introduction.
ISBN: 9993215007
Appears in Collections:Facets of Maltese Prehistory

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