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The Italian archaeologist Luigi Maria Ugolini (1895–1936) visited Malta on several occasions between 19 to study the megalithic monuments of the archipelago.
An able photographer and acute observer, in the course of his work Ugolini gathered together a large number of photographs, illustrations, notes, and reports dedicated to the prehistoric temples and the archaeological objects found within.
The Italian scholar wanted to prove in an unequivocal manner the neolithic date of the megalithic temples of Malta and to assert the important role that Malta had in giving birth to Mediterranean civilization (‘ex Medio lux’).
The work of Ugolini was interrupted by his sudden death that occurred just before the publication of the series of volumes (‘Malta Antica’) which he had planned.
The main theories of the Italian archaeologist were put forth in 1934 in the volume Malta. The monograph represents a seminal part of Ugolini’s archaeological thought and is a necessary premise to the final publication of his precious archive.
Held in Rome at the Museo Nazionale Preistorico Etnografico ‘Luigi Pigorini’, the archive has been re-discovered thanks to a collaborative Italo-Maltese project and will be published shortly by Midsea Books. Origine della civiltà mediterranea is here being re-published together with an English translation and is preceded by an comprehensive introduction that allows the reader to place Ugolini’s work in the context of the tormented political scenario of the time.
The importance of the project The value of Ugolini’s work is only now being appreciated in Europe.
For Malta, the publication of Ugolini’s unfinished work will provide archaeologists, heritage managers and scholars with an indispensable tool to manage the prehistoric remains, of which several are inscribed on UNESCO’s world heritage list.
The exhaustive description of the archaeological sites and, above all, the excellent photographic record provide us with a unique and timely documentation of architectural, sculptural, and iconographic details that have disappeared completely or have been altered by past restoration interventions.
The Publication Over several years, the papers and photographs, re-discovered in 2000, have been put together following Ugolini’s planned series entitled Malta Antica: Malta Antica 1 (volume 1): I templi neolitici di Tarxien (The Tarxien Neolithic temples) Malta Antica 2 (volume 2): I templi neolitici maggiori e l’ipogeo (The major Neolithic temples and the Hypgoeum) Malta Antica 3 (volume 3): I templi neolitici minori (The minor Neolithic temples) Malta e l’Origine della Civiltà Mediterranea (Malta and the Origins of Mediterranean Civilisation) - see above These volumes will include the Italian text as written by Ugolini and his photographic documentation.
A running commentary will be provided as footnotes (in Italian and English) on each page.
Furthermore, wherever possible an English abstract to the main text will be included as an appendix for each volume.