The Fortification of Malta by the Order of St. John 1530-1798

By: Hoppen, Alison

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Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press, 1979.. First edition. ISBN 7073 0241 2. Tall 8vo, xii + 221pp, frontispiece: aerial view of the harbour area, 12 pp b&w plates, 11 figures, appendix, glossary, bibliography, notes, index. Original blue cloth in rubbed, chipped dustwrapper. Very Good. 'The . history of the Maltese fortifications is ... important in the overall development of artillery defences, and the problems associated with their construction provide an insight into the workings of a small independent state in early modern Europe as . well as having wider implications for social and administrative history in general.'.

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