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Title: Religion in the "prehistoric phases" of Phoenician Malta
Authors: Frendo, Anthony J.
Keywords: Religion, Prehistoric -- Malta
Religion, Prehistoric -- Mediterranean Region -- Congresses
Archaeology and religion -- Malta
Malta -- History -- Phoenician and Punic period, 8th century B.C.-218 B.C.
Malta -- Religion
Malta -- Antiquities
Issue Date: 1995
Publisher: Tempus Reparatum
Citation: Ritual, rites and religion in prehistory : IIIrd Deya International Conference of Prehistory, Volume I / edited by W.H. Waldren, J.A. Ensenyat and R.C. Kennard. Oxford: Tempus Reparatum, 1995. - (BAR international series ; 611). p. 114-121. 0860547914
Abstract: It is a commonplace that the archaeology of religion is one of the most difficult branches of archaeological research. The archaeology of religion in the Maltese islands during what the author terms the 'prehistoric phases' of Phoenician Malta certainly offers no exception to the general rule. Indeed to try and figure out the main characteristics of religion in the Maltese archipelago during the aforementioned span of time seems to be a frustrating exercise. And yet. a closer look at some of the available evidence can help us gain a better picture of . religion in Malta during this period.
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