Themistocles Zammit

Sir Themistocles "Temi" Zammit CMG (or Żammit; 30 September 1864 2 November 1935) was a Maltese archaeologist and historian, professor of chemistry, medical doctor, researcher and writer. He served as Rector (1920–26) of the Royal University of Malta and first Director of the National Museum of Archaeology in his native city, Valletta.[1]

Sir Themistocles Zammit
Born(1864-09-30)30 September 1864
Died2 November 1935(1935-11-02) (aged 71)
Occupation(s)Archaeologist, historian, medical doctor, academic, writer
SpouseAloisia Barbaro di San Giorgio
ChildrenCharles and Sophia Zammit

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