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Title: Excavations at Tas-Silg, 1996
Authors: Frendo, Anthony J.
Bonanno, Anthony
Keywords: Archaeology -- Malta
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Malta
Tas-Silg complex (Marsaxlokk, Malta)
Issue Date: 1997
Publisher: Malta Archaeological Society
Citation: Frendo, A.J. & Bonanno, A. (1997). Excavations at Tas-SilÄ¡, 1996. Malta Archaeological Review, No. 2, 8-10
Abstract: For the first time ever, the Department of Classics and Archaeology of the University of Malta conducted its own excavations at the site of Tas-Silg which is located at Marsaxlokk in the south-east of the island of Malta. These excavations were directed by the authors, who would like to thank Mr Simon Mason and Mr Nicholas Vella who were responsible for the field supervision. We would also like to thank the area supervisors, namely Mr Andrew Appleyard, Ms Carmen Michelle 'Buhagiar, Ms Aloisia de Trafford, Mr Joseph Magro Conti, Mr Paul C. Saliba as well as Mr Andre Corrado; the latter agreed to act as an area supervisor for a while when the need arose. Obviously, we do also appreciate very much all the hard work of the "diggers" who were in fact students from.the aforementioned Department of Classics and Archaeology, the foreign and local students who formed part of the first Summer School in Archaeology which was organized by the International Office of the University of Malta, and some very eager and hard-working volunteers.
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