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Title: Of Greeks and Arabs and of Feudal Knights
Authors: Molinari, Alessandra
Cutajar, Nathaniel
Keywords: Malta -- History -- 870-1530
Archaeology, Medieval -- Malta
Pottery, Medieval -- Malta
Archaeological museums and collections -- Malta
Pottery, Byzantine -- Malta
Islamic pottery -- Malta
Pottery -- Malta -- 12th century
Pottery -- Malta -- 13th century
Feudalism -- Malta -- History
Issue Date: 1999
Publisher: The Archaeological Society
Citation: Molinari, A. & Cutajar, N. (1999). Of Greeks and Arabs and of Feudal Knights. Malta Archaeological Review, 3, 9-15, [2 p. of plates]
Abstract: In 1999 the National Museum of Archaeology started developing plans to open a new wing dedicated to the medieval archaeology of the Maltese Islands. A few basic problems became immediately apparent to the curators of the new display. This article is a preliminary archaeological exposure of Malta's perplexing Middle Ages
Appears in Collections:MAR, Issue 03 (1999)
MAR, Issue 03 (1999)

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