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Title: Unravelling past agricultural landscape in the Maltese Islands : making a case for the Phoenician and Punic periods
Authors: Vella, Nicholas C.
Keywords: Agriculture -- Malta -- History
Land use, Rural -- Malta -- History
Malta -- History -- Phoenician and Punic period, 8th century B.C.-218 B.C.
Carthaginians -- Malta -- History
Phoenician antiquities -- Malta
Malta -- Antiquities, Phoenician
Malta -- Antiquities, Punic
Issue Date: 2007
Citation: Sítios e paisagens rurais do Mediterraneo Púnico / editado por, Ana Margarida Arruda, Carlos Gomez Bellard, Peter van Dommelen. Lisbon: Publidisa, 2007. p.69-85. 9789899565302.
Abstract: from prehistory to today, the Maltese landscape has been transformed by successive periods of human activities and environmental changes . These changes have created different levels of information that can give archaeologists and historians perspectives on land use through the centuries. Some cases discussed in this article are on the Phoenician and Punic periods.
Description: Abstract in Portugese and Spanish
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