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|Title:||Gozo in classical literature|
|Authors:||Vella, Horatio Caesar Roger|
|Keywords:||Gozo (Malta) -- History|
Classical literature -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc.
Inscriptions, Punic -- Malta -- Gozo
Inscriptions, Roman -- Malta -- Gozo
|Publisher:||University of Malta Gozo Centre|
|Citation:||Vella, H. C. R. ( 1995). Gozo in classical literature. In L. Briguglio, & J. Bezzina (Eds.), Gozo and its culture: proceedings of the 1995 Lowenbrau Seminar held at l-Imġarr Hotel, Gozo on 3 March 1995 (pp. 13-48). Gozo: Formatek and the University of Malta Gozo Centre.|
|Abstract:||Way back in 1971, J. Busuttil (1971) had already referred to Gozo as Gaulos or Gaudos among the Greeks, Gaulos or Gaulus among the Romans, and Gaul among the Carthaginians. The common view that both Greek and Roman names of Gozo derive from "Punic gwl' has been repeated by Sznycer (1972-3: 147), Teixidor (1974: no.73) and. recently, by Heltzer (1993:.198).|
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