Volume 8 Issue 3

Summer 2002, Vol.VIII No.3


The Medieval Walls of Mdina
Stephen Spiteri traces the Medieval Walls following excavations in the Old Capital City

Grinding Judas' Bones
Anna Borg Cardona examines the old custom of a wooden clapper or ratchet replacing the ringing of church bells during Passion Week

The Plague of 1813
Giovanni Bonello gives us an interesting description of various mementos brought to light relating to the 1813 Plague

Works by Raymond Pitré

Malta and the Crimean War
Robert Attard examines relics that recall Malta's role in the War of the Crimea

Two Catalan School Late Medieval Paintings at the Cathedral Museum, Mdina
Mario Buhagiar discusses the art historical context of two of Malta's most significant late medieval works of art and assesses their importance

The Siege of Malta at Christie's and Maltese Silverware at Spink

The Chapel of St Edward the Confessor
Helen Abela and Roger Vella Bonavita write about the chapel of St Edward's College in St James Bastion, Cottonera

From the Albert Ganado Collection

The Holy Women at the Cosed Door
Joanna Lace looks at a fourteenth century painted panel in the Museum of Fine Arts in Valletta depicting the Flagellation of Christ

Map of Gozo by De Soldanis and Lucini Engravings at Sotheby's

Anton Inglott (1915-1945)
Emmanuel Fiorentino outlines the life and work of a singularly important Maltese artist whose short life spanned the two World Wars

Punic Mythology and Medicine
Charles Savona-Ventura researches the Punic culture in Malta about which little is known

Malta Views on Sale in London Auction Houses

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