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Lectures

We organise lectures on a wide range of topics related to Culture, History, Nature and Archeology. Most if not all lectures are free of charge. We do however encourage a small donation. 

Image Event Event Date Location Individual Price Capacity Registered Available place Register
The Heraldry of the nobility and gentry of Gozo (from medieval times up until the onset of British rule) 26-05-2017 6:30 pm Santa Cecilia Chapel €0.00 50 1 49
The Hospitallers as Historians 04-11-2016 7:30 pm Santa Cecilia Chapel €0.00 60 25 35
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"The Decline of the Order of the Hospital: demolishing misconceptions". by Prof. Victor Mallia-Milanes 20-05-2016 6:30 pm Santa Cecilia Chapel €0.00 60 3 57
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"New light on Ancient Gozo from fresh fieldwork" by Prof. Caroline Malone & Dr. Simon Stoddart 08-04-2016 6:30 pm €0.00 120 62 58
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“From Thevet (1757) to Schembri (1843) The early years of Ornithology in Malta” by Joe Sultana 01-04-2016 6:30 pm Santa Cecilia Chapel €0.00 60 2 58
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Waking the Dead: 19th Century obituaries as a mirror of Maltese social class 22-01-2016 6:30 pm Santa Cecilia Chapel €0.00 60 4 56
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The Notarial Archives-an untapped source for Gozo's lost History 08-05-2015 6:30 pm Santa Cecilia Chapel €0.00 60 60 0
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Peculiar Nature Events Related to Gozo 20-03-2015 6:30 pm Santa Cecilia Chapel €0.00 60 60
The Friaries of Victoria 31-10-2014 6:30 pm Santa Cecilia Chapel €0.00 60 0 60
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