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ARCHAEOACOUSTICS
CONFERENCE

HYPOGEUM
RESEARCH PROJECT

 

 EXHIBITION

 

More than a thousand years before the pyramids  . . . 

 

 

 

Every ancient site in the western world that has been identified by archaeologists as Neolithic has got something to put it into the scenario.  That period at the end of the Stone Age brought changes in lifestyle that propelled humankind into civilization.   Some sites have survived better than others.   

Malta is home to the Motherlode.

Buildings and artifacts left by the “Temple Culture” of Malta punctuate scientific research that points to human migration of monumental proportion, and hints at something even bigger. 
 

MEDITERRANEAN INSTITUTE

MALTA'S TEMPLES

  EARLY MEDITERRANEANS

 ANCIENT BULL DNA
 
 SOUND PHENOMENON

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From 1994  The OTS Foundation held its focus on the prehistoric heritage of the islands of Malta and Gozo. 
Over the years, operation of non-profit cultural tourism to Malta channeled benefits back to the islands. 
Our proudest achievements include:

The initiation of a conservation expert group meeting that launched both plans for protecting the monuments
and the creation of Heritage Malta

The production of educational materials for both teachers and students in Malta to
grasp a better understanding of their important prehistoric heritage

The organization of a multi-disciplinary conference that revived excavation, research  and scholarship about Malta's Temple Period

Now -  OTSF has redirected its activities to encompass a broader scope than ever before.

 



Provider of educational programming
 in Malta, continuously since 1996
 



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The American Institute of Architects


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 Beacons from the edge of time...

       In a language of stone, they illustrate the ancient story of a world where  a community of determined people could make something out of nothing.

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