3 edition of Punic Antiquities of Malta and Other Ancient Artefacts Held in Private Collections, 2 (Ancient Near Eastern Studies) found in the catalog.
June 30, 2003 by Peeters .
Written in English
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Punic antiquities of Malta and other ancient artefacts held in private collections, 2. Leuven ; Dudley, MA: Peeters, (OCoLC) Online version: Sagona, Claudia, Punic antiquities of Malta and other ancient artefacts held in private collections, 2.
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2 day shipping options Ancient Pages: Get this from a library. Punic antiquities of Malta and other ancient artefacts held in ecclesiastic and private collections. [Claudia Sagona; Isabelle Vella Gregory; Anton Bugeja]. Co-authored with Isabelle Vella Gregory and Anton Bugeja, this book forms a companion volume to Claudia Sagona's «The Archaeology of Punic Malta (, Peeters) and «Punic Antiquities of Malta and Other Ancient Artefacts Held in Ecclesiastic and Private Collections (, Peeters).
The Cippi of Melqart is the collective name for two Phoenician marble cippi that were unearthed in Malta under undocumented circumstances and dated to the 2nd century BC. These are votive offerings to the god Melqart, and are inscribed in two languages, Ancient Greek and Phoenician, and in the two corresponding scripts, the Greek and the Phoenician d: Early Roman era (2nd century BC).
Punic Antiquities of Malta by Claudia Sagona,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Claudia Sagona. Ta' Kaċċatura is an archaeological complex in the outskirts of Birżebbuġa, in southern complex includes a rustic Roman villa and a number of underground cisterns.
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