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A house for the temple builders: recent investigations on Gozo, Malta

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  02 January 2015

C. Malone
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English Heritage, Fortress House, 23 Savile Row, London W1X2HE
S. Stoddart
Affiliation:
Magdalene College, Cambridge
D. Trump
Affiliation:
Department of Extra-Mural Studies, University of Cambridge, Cambridge

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After many years new research is being undertaken into the prehistory of the islands of Malta at the invitation of the Maltese authorities. One of the early results of the work, started in 1987, is the discovery of evidence for domestic architecture to complement the already well known ritual monuments of the Maltese islands.

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Evans, J.D. 1953. The prehistoric culture-sequence in the Maltese archipelago, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Socieiy 19: 4194.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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Malone, C.A.T. 1986. Exchange systems and style in the Central Mediterranean 4500–1700 BC. Cambridge University: unpublished Ph.D. dissertation.Google Scholar
Trump, D.H. 1966. Skorba – excavations carried out on behalf of the National Museum of Malta 1962–4. London: Society of Antiquaries. Research report.Google Scholar

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