The first local event of the European Archaeology Days is a public lecture about urban archaeology and a collection of fine tableware.

Dating back to the 17th and 18th century, this collection was discovered during the demolition of the Auberge d’Auvergne (where the Law Courts are currently located) in 1965 and is now housed at the National Museum of Archaeology in Valletta. The lecture will be held on Friday 17th June at 6.00pm, at the mentioned museum. It will be delivered in English by Christian Mifsud and Nathaniel Cutajar, Heritage Malta’s Principal Curators for Research and Documentation of Historic Buildings and for Medieval Archaeology respectively.

Admission is free of charge and no booking is required.

The Archaeology of Early Modern Valletta Public Lecture


17 Jun 2022

Friday: 18.00 pm - 20.00 pm


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