At the Auberge de Provence in Valletta, which was house to the Knights originating from Provence and France, one finds the National Museum of Archeology. An impressive range of artefacts, dating back to Malta’s Neolithic period (5000BC) up to the Phoenician Period (400B.C.) are exhibited here. The earliest tools which were used by the prehistoric people, and representations of human and animal figures, are on display, and show the amazing artistic skills the first people on our islands had, and gives us an great insight of their life. 

Some other unique displays, which are  renowned of valuable artefacts include, the Sleeping Lady, the Venus of Malta and the Horus and Anubis pendant.

www.heritagemalta.org/museums-sites/national-museum-of-archaeology