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Title: Ghost in the shell
Authors: Betts, John Charles
Brogan, Catriona
Keywords: Archaeology -- Malta
Malta -- Antiquities
Pottery, Maltese
Archaeology -- Methodology
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: University of Malta
Citation: Betts, J. C., & Brogan, C. (2020). Ghost in the shell. THINK Magazine, 32, 42-43.
Abstract: In 1947, excavation works exposed a new type of pottery in a burial site outside Żebbuġ, Malta. Like many other antique pots, the find contains foraminifers – single-celled organisms living in shells. Dr Ing. John Charles Betts and Dr Catriona Brogan write about how these creatures can unlock the secrets of the Neolithic era.
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Think Magazine, Issue 32
Think Magazine, Issue 32

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