Civiltà del Mare - I fondamenti della storia mediterranea
Moscati once again creates an overview of the history of the Mediterranean including Phoenician, Greek, Pre-Roman Italy, Iberians,Celts and Etruscans in his discourse.
Liguori Editore , Napoli 2001
Gli adoratori di Moloch
On the ritual sacrifice of children in the world of the Carthaginians and the open air sanctuary that has been called tophet by the scientists after a term found in the bible. Moscati explains what archaeological research has been providing us in answers to the existence of this ritual and what is true of the statements of the ancient writers, the discovery of Salammbo in Tunis and what Gustave Flaubert wrote.
Jaca Book , Milano 1991
In this book Moscati treats the Phoenician and Punic presence on Sardinia and Sicily before the Romans took control of the islands.
RCS Libri Spa , Milano 2000
La Bottega del Mercante
In this book Moscati describes the products that were distributed by the Phoenicians in the Mediterranean, where they came from and in which context they were found.
SEI , Torino 1996
Oriente in Nuova Luce
Compilation of texts on the Orient, with Ugaritic myths and legends and more on recent acquisitions of dr. Moscati.
Guida Editori , Napoli 2000
The world of the Phoenicians
The World Of The Phoenicians (Phoenix Giants) is an interesting introduction on the history of the Phoenicians. It was written in 1965 and since then much more has become known through archaeological research, but nonetheless it remains one of the main works on the Phoenicians.
Orion Books Ltd , London 1999
Moscati, S. ed.
For the first time published for the exhibition The Phoenicians in the Palazzo Grassi at Venice (1988). Many writers have contributed to this work.
Rizzoli New York , New York 1999