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Hallstatt Textiles: Technical Analysis, Scientific Investigation and Experiment on Iron Age Textiles (British Archaeological Reports British Series) ePub download

by Peter Bichler,Karina Gromer

  • Author: Peter Bichler,Karina Gromer
  • ISBN: 1841716979
  • ISBN13: 978-1841716978
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: British Archaeological Reports (March 10, 2014)
  • Pages: 189
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Hallstatt Textiles: Technical Analysis, Scientific Investigation and Experiment on Iron Age Textiles (British Archaeological Reports British Series) ePub download

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BAR – British Archaeological Reports, International Series 1351, Oxford, Archaeopress, 2005. The Hallstatt textiles give us an important glimmer of that latter. Optical light microscope image of a yarn sample from an Iron Age textile

BAR – British Archaeological Reports, International Series 1351, Oxford, Archaeopress, 2005. 3 Regina Hofmann-de Keijzer, Maarten R. van Bommel, Ineke Joosten, Hans Reschreiter, Karina Grömer, Helga Rösel-Mautendorfer, Anna Hartl, Michaela Morelli, 2005: Ancient textiles – recent knowledge. Optical light microscope image of a yarn sample from an Iron Age textile. When dyeing strongly twisted yarn with woad, the parts of fibers that lie in the center of the yarn often remain undyed.

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Hallstatt Textiles: Technical Analysis, Scientific Investigation and Experiment on Iron Age Textiles. Experiments with Weaving and Weaving Tools – Basic considerations after 20 years of work (Ingrid Schierer); 11) Experiments with the warp-weighted loom of Gars-Thunau, Austria (Ingrid Schierer); 12) Efficiency and technique – Experiments with original spindle whorls (Karina Grömer); 13) Bast before Wool: the first textiles (Antoinette Rast-Eicher); 14) Hallstatt and La Tène Textiles.

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Hallstatt textiles: technical analysis, scientific investigation and experiment on Iron Age textiles (British Archaeological Reports International series 1351): 151-60. 1998. Male and female professions in the textile production of Roman Italy, in L. Bender Jørgensen & C. Rinaldo (e. Textiles in European archaeology. Report from the 6 th NESAT Symposium, 7-11 th May 1996 in Borås (GOTARC series A, 1): 73-8. Göteborg: Göteborg University. Visual textiles: a study of appearance and visual impression in archaeological textiles. In Netherton, R. and Owen-Crocker, G. (eds), Medieval Clothing and Textiles 4:69–98. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports (International Series 1351). Bonnichsen, . Hodges, . Ream, . Field, . Selsor, K. and Taylor, . Methods for the study of ancient hair: radiocarbon dates and gene sequences from individual hairs. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press.

In 2004 the Austrian village of Hallstatt hosted the first Symposium on Hallstatt textiles, the proceedings of which are published here. Divided into three sections, the detailed and well-illustrated papers focus on material recovered from sites in Hallstatt itself, discuss the results of experimental archaeology and consider textile evidence from neighbouring Iron Age and La Tène sites in, for example, Italy, Slovakia and Moravia. The papers are all presented in both English and German and are followed by colour photographs of some of these remarkable and complex pieces of cloth.