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|Title:||Exploring the discovery of a Phoenician shipwreck in Gozo|
|Keywords:||Phoenicians -- History|
Phoenicians -- Mediterranean Region
Underwater archaeology -- Malta -- Gozo
Malta -- History -- Phoenician and Punic period, 8th century B.C.-218 B.C.
Shipwrecks -- Malta -- Gozo
|Publisher:||Allied Newspapers Ltd.|
|Citation:||Heritage Malta. (2018, October 21). Exploring the discovery of a Phoenician shipwreck in Gozo. The Sunday Times of Malta, pp. 5.|
|Abstract:||The island of Gozo has always been a source of mystery and fascination, even to the population of the mainland itself. Although of a modest size, one must never be fooled to believe to have discovered everything about it. To this day, new discoveries still surface out from time to time. One of the latest ones lay submerged for hundreds of years at the depth of 110 metres.|
|Appears in Collections:||Melitensia Works - ERCWHMlt|
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