Mobility and Transitions: The South-Central Mediterranean on the Eve of History
This paper reviews the evidence for maritime connections between Malta and Sicily in the second millennium BC and considers their social implications. Since much of what has been written by antiquarians and archaeologists about the islands was often the result of more modern maritime connections and knowledge transfer between local and foreign scholars, we begin by arguing for the relevance of a spatially oriented history of archaeological thought and practice.
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Site, Artefacts, Landscape: Prehistoric Borġ in-Nadur, Malta, p. 251-282
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Vella, Nicholas C.; Tanasi, Davide; and Anastasi, Maxine, "Mobility and Transitions: The South-Central Mediterranean on the Eve of History" (2011). History Faculty Publications. 49.