Treasures Of Malta No. 51 Summer 2011 Vol. XVII Issue 3

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Treasures of Malta is a magazine of art and culture that is issued three times a year and deals with heritage ‘in the widest sense of the word’. The magazine features a variety of articles that encompass all aspects of the visual arts, antiquities, history, auctions, exhibitions, cultural events and much more

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CONTENTS: Ta’ Braxia Cemetery – An architectural appraisal; Carlo’s Passion: The Iconography and Cult of San Carlo Borromeo in Malta; Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum; An unknown portrait of Frà Carlos Grunenbergh by Mattia Preti; Gozo – Three Friaries, Three Peculiarities; The Conservation Treatment of three Hortus Romanus Volumes from the collection of the National Library of Malta; The Codex Evangeliorum Melitensis: A description of its original twelfth-century features; From the Albert Ganado Collection; Aristide Bonnici (1851-1888): Discoveries and Clarifications; An Exhibition of Scent Bottles at Palazzo Falson; In the footsteps of St. Paul: James Smith’s visit to Malta in 1844-45; Bookshelf. Two inclusions: A copy of A view of Valletta from the Lazaretto with passengers performing quarantine on the Lazaretto Promenade. Watercolour by Jean-Nicholas- Henri de Chacaton 1813 – ?; Plus – An extensive view of Grand Harbour with 2 British Men of War to the right, other shipping, and figures, from Corradino at Ras Hanzir. A watercolour by Georgio Pullicino 1779 – 1851. With acknowledgement to, and published by, Fondazzjoni Patrimonju Malti

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