This video is called Megalithic Malta 2 – Tarxien Temples.
From the Times of Malta:
Tuesday, 8th July 2008
Important archaeological find in Tarxien
Pottery shards date back to Temple Period
An archaeological discovery described as the most important in 18 years has been made at the site of the Tarxien temples.
Malta Environment Planning Authority (Mepa) officials discovered megaliths and other remains, which are most probably prehistoric, during development works within the buffer zone of the Neolithic temples.
The site was described by archaeologist Kevin Borda as the most important one since a burial ground was unearthed at the Brockdorff Circle in Xagħra in 1990. It lies within a plot of land measuring 25 by eight metres towards the back of the plot. …
During the inspection it was noted that demolition and site clearance works had uncovered a number of features which date back to 4,100-2,500 B.C.
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