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Title: Gozo and its culture
Authors: Briguglio, Lino
Bezzina, Joseph
Keywords: Gozo (Malta) -- History
Group identity -- Malta -- Gozo
Gozo (Malta) -- Social life and customs
Issue Date: 1995
Publisher: Formatek Ltd.
Citation: Briguglio, L., & Bezzina, J. (ed.) (1995). Gozo and its culture. Gozo: Formatek Ltd.
Abstract: The history of human settlement in Gozo goes back seven thousand years. It could be said that the Gozitan culture started to develop with the arrival of the first settlers from nearby Sicily, and reached a zenith during the Temple period 'as evidenced by the monumental Ggantija temples. Subsequent historical phases left their mark on the Gozitan way of life, and this has led to the development of contemporary Gozitan culture with its own distinct identity and character. The purpose of this book is to present, in one volume, a number of papers on Gozitan culture, originally presented during a seminar on the theme "Gozo and its Culture" held at L-Imgarr Hotel, Gozo, on 3 March 1995.
ISBN: 9990949026
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