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Early Christian archaeology

The Archeological Society Malta will tomorrow hold a talk about early Christian archaeology.

The lecture, titled ‘Early Christian archeology: the first centuries up to AD 500. From domus-ecclesia to basilica churches with implications relating to Roman Melita’, will be delivered by Fr Eugene P. Teuma, an independent researcher.

The event is part of the society’s lecture programme and will focus on the rare community cells, where Christians used to meet for celebration of the Eucharist and other sacraments.

This event is being held tomorrow at 6pm at the Superintendence of Cultural Heritage, Valletta. For more information, visit www.archsoc.org.mt.

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