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Title: Malta and the Mediterranean
Authors: Bernabo Brea, Luigi
Keywords: Malta -- Antiquities
Antiquities, Prehistoric -- Malta
Temples -- Malta
Issue Date: 1960-06
Publisher: Antiquity
Citation: Antiquity. 1960, Vol. 34 (134), p. 132-137
Abstract: Dr Bernabo Brea, Director of the Archaeological Museum at Syracuse and Superintendent of Antiquities in Eastern Sicily, here reviews Professor J. D. Evan's volume in the' Ancient Peoples and Places' series (London: Thames and Hudson,1959. pp. 256, 35 text-figures, 48 plates, 30s.). He suggests himself a new chronology for prehistoric Malta and argues for the very great importance of Malta in the prehistory of Western Europe, even suggesting that all European Megalithic architecture began there.
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