The Archaeology of Punic Malta (Ancient Near Eastern Studies)

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Based on the author's doctoral dissertation, this large volume presents data and interpretation on the archaeology of Punic Malta, c.900BC to c.AD200. Sagona focuses in particular on the developmental sequence and chronology of Punic pottery, outlining the various types and clay sources, and the nature and distribution of tombs, along with their contents (such as jewellery, coins, figurines, metal, glass, bone and ivory objects).

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