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|Title:||Malta through the ages (2) : the first colonizers|
|Keywords:||Archaeology -- Malta|
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Malta
Malta -- History -- Phoenician and Punic period, 8th century B.C.-218 B.C.
|Publisher:||Gulf Publishing Ltd.|
|Citation:||Borg, J. (1984). Malta through the ages (2) : the first colonizers. Civilization, 17, 464-466.|
|Abstract:||The Phoenicians were an offshoot of the Canaanites and inhabited a region in the levant, which corresponds to the modern Lebanon and adjoining parts of Israel and Syria. The earliest form of Phoenician government appears to have been kingship, but it would not be correct to think of the Phoenicians as a united national entity; rather they were a number of city states which maintained a certain degree of autonomy.|
|Appears in Collections:||Melitensia Works - ERCASHArc|
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