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Skorba Temples

Skorba Temples

Skorba comprises two temple remains and was left untouched during the first two phases of archaeological digs at temple sites in the early 19th and 20th centuries.

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St. Agatha

St. Agatha's Catacombs

According to a strong local tradition, during the persecution of Christians decreed by the Roman Emperor Trajanus Decius (249-251 AD), St. Agatha fled from Sicily and took refuge in Malta.

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St. Paul

St. Paul's Catacombs

St. Paul’s Catacombs is a typical complex of interconnected, underground Roman cemeteries that were in use up until the 4th century AD. They are located on the outskirts of the old Roman capital Mdina, since Roman law prohibited burials within the city.

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Ta' Bistra Catacombs

Located half way between the ancient town of Melite and the once-important harbour of Salina, the Ta' Bistra catacombs are, so far, the largest set of tombs and catacombs accessible beyond the confines of the ancient city of the Island.

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Ta' Qadi Ancient Temple

The tal-Qadi Temple is an ancient site, situated in Saint Paul's Bay, Malta. It was first excavated in 1927 by Sir Temi Zammit.

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Ta` Ħaġrat Temples

Ta` Ħaġrat Temples

Dating from 3600-3200 BC, the two Ta’ Ħaġrat temples are amongst the earliest temple buildings in Malta and are extremely well preserved.

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Tal-Mintna Catacombs

Tal-Mintna Catacombs

Tal-Mintna Catacombs in Mqabba were discovered in 1860 by Dr. A Caruana and Captain Strickland. One of the main features of this burial ground is that of detached underground sets of burial chambers grouped collectively next to each other.

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Tas-Silġ Ancient Temple

Tas-Silġ Ancient Temple

Tas-Silġ is a multi-period sanctuary site located in the south-eastern part of the island of Malta, close to Marsaxlokk harbour. The site has a long history of antiquarian research and archaeological excavation.

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Temples de Tarxien

Temples de Tarxien

Les temples de Tarxien datent de 3600-2500 av. J-C et sont les plus complexes de tous les sites de Malte. Ils se composent de quatre structures mégalithiques et sont célèbres pour le détail de leurs sculptures, qui incluent des animaux domestiques sculptés en relief, des autels et des cloisons décorées avec des dessins en spirales et ...

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Xagħra Stone Circle

Xagħra Stone Circle

The Xagħra Stone Circle is an underground funerary complex, situated in Xagħra on the Maltese island of Gozo.

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