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|Title:||The Phoenician "permanent" display at the National Museum of Archaeology, Malta|
|Keywords:||Museum exhibits -- Malta|
Museum techniques -- Malta
Museums -- Collection management -- Malta
Malta -- History -- Phoenician and Punic period, 8th century B.C.-218 B.C.
National Museum of Archaeology (Valletta, Malta)
Museums -- Curatorship -- Malta
|Publisher:||The Archaeological Society|
|Citation:||Sultana, S. (2017). The Phoenician "permanent" display at the National Museum of Archaeology, Malta. Malta Archaeological Review, 11, 91-94|
|Abstract:||In this article the author recounts how the Phoenician display came to be organised and finally exhibited. The author recounts that the team working on this project varied from academics to conservators to proof readers. In order to provide the best possible exhibit for the audience, a survey was also carried out and the information it provided was taken in consideration when drafting a story line for the exhibit.|
|Appears in Collections:||MAR, Issue 11 (2012/2013)|
MAR, Issue 11 (2012/2013)
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