Northern Archaeological Textiles: NESAT VII: Textile Symposium in Edinburgh, 5th-7th May 1999

Northern Archaeological Textiles: NESAT VII: Textile Symposium in Edinburgh, 5th-7th May 1999

By: John Peter Wild (author), Frances Pritchard (author)Paperback

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This volume presents the papers from the seventh North-European Symposium for Archaeological Textiles (NESAT), held in Edinburgh in 1999. The themes covered demonstrate a variety of scholarship that will encourage anyone working in this important and stimulating area of archaeology. From the golden robes of a Roman burial, to the fashionable Viking in Denmark, through to the early modern period and more technological aspects of textile-research, these twenty-four papers (five of which are in German) provide a wealth of new information on the study of ancient textiles in northern Europe.

Contents

Gold textiles from a Roman burial at Munigua (Mulva, Seville) (Carmen Alfaro Giner) Two Gallo-Roman graves recently found in Naintre (Vienne, France) (Isabelle Bedat, Sophie Desrosiers, Christophe Moulherat, CarolineRelier) Das Madchengrab der Fallward: Vorlaufiger Bericht (Frauke Kadereit) Fruhmittelalterliche Textilien aus der Nordostschweiz (Antoinette Rast-Eicher) Textile pseudomorphs from a Merovingian burial ground at Harmignies, Belgium (Lisa Vanhaeke and Chris Verhecken-Lammens) Denmark, Europe: Dress and fashion in Denmark's Viking Age (Anne Hedeager Krag) Brocaded tablet-woven bands - same appearance, different weaving technique, Horning, Hvilehoj and Mammen (Lise Raeder Knudsen) Textile production at Birka: household needs or organised workshops? (Eva Andersson) Who produced the textiles? Changing gender roles in late Saxon textile production - the archaeological and documentary evidence (Philippa A Henry) Handwerk oder Industrie? Erfahrungen bei der Herstellung eines hochmittelalterlichen Wollgewebes auf dem Gewichtswebstuhl (Eva-Maria Pfarr) Textiles of seafaring: an introduction to an interdisciplinary research project (Lise Bender Jorgensen) What makes a Viking sail? (Bill Cooke and Carol Christiansen) Textiles for transport (Susan Moeller-Wiering) The Greenlandic vadmal (Else Ostergard) Stand und Notwendigkeit der Forschungen uber die mittelalterliche Wollweberei auf dem sudlichen Ostseegebiet (Jerzy Maik) The collection of archaeological textiles at Prague Castle (Milena Bravermanova) Textilfunde aus dem dreizehnten bis siebzehnten Jahrhundert: Neue Funde - Neue Erkenntnisse? (Klaus Tidow) Sixteenth-century textiles from two sites in Groningen, The Netherlands (Hanna Zimmerman) 'The apparel oft proclaims the man' - late sixteenth and early seventeenth-century textiles from Bridge Street Upper, Dublin (Elizabeth Wincott Heckett) Women's robes excavated from the burial crypt in The Holy Mary's Church, Torun, Poland (Malgorzata Grupa) The influence of west European fashion on the clothing of Torun's townsfolk (Anna Drazkowska) The human development of different fleece-types in sheep and its association with the development of textile crafts (Michael L Ryder) A preliminary classification of shapes of loomweights (Karen-Hanne Staermose Nielsen) Remarks concerning some details of early spinning wheels (Gertrud Grenander Nyberg)

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  • ISBN13: 9781782979784
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 138
  • ID: 9781782979784
  • ISBN10: 1782979786

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