Mendeley Test

Anglo-Saxon Clothing

Anglo-Saxon Costume: a Study of Secular, Civilian Clothing and Jewellery Fashions

Gale R. Owen (1976) Anglo-Saxon Costume: a Study of Secular, Civilian Clothing and Jewellery Fashions(October), p. xv + 865 pp., 42 pl., url

Anglo-Saxon Textiles in the Mayer / Faussett Collection

Elizabeth Coatsworth, Maria Fitzgerald (2001) Anglo-Saxon Textiles in the Mayer / Faussett Collection, Medieval Archaeology 45(1), p. 1-14, url

Aspects of Gender and Craft Production in Early Anglo-Saxon England, with Particular Reference to the Kingdom of Kent

Susan Kay Harrington (2002) Aspects of Gender and Craft Production in Early Anglo-Saxon England, with Particular Reference to the Kingdom of Kent, p. 399 + 144 pp., url

Image and Performance, Agency and Ideology: Human Figurative Representation in Anglo-Saxon Funerary Art, AD 400–750

Lisa Mary Brundle (2014) Image and Performance, Agency and Ideology: Human Figurative Representation in Anglo-Saxon Funerary Art, AD 400–750, url

Late Saxon textiles from the City of London

Frances A Pritchard (1984) Late Saxon textiles from the City of London, Medieval Archaeology 28(1), p. 46-76

Part 1 Women's costume accessories

Penelope Walton Rogers (2014) Part 1 Women's costume accessories, Costume in the Early Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Saltwood, Kent, p. 37-71, doi:10.5284/1008823

Textiles of the Saxon Period in the Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology

Grace M. Crowfoot (1950) Textiles of the Saxon Period in the Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society XLIV(December 1960), p. 26-32

Tyttel’s Halh: the Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Tittleshall, Norfolk

Penelope Walton Rogers (2013) Tyttel’s Halh: the Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Tittleshall, Norfolk, East Anglian Archaeology, p. xii + 127 pp., pdf


Archaeological Skin Textiles

Archaeology of York Publications

Calligraphy

Color: Medieval & Modern Views

Conflictus Ovis et Lini

Experimental Textile Archaeology

Farming & Husbandry

Flax & Other Bast Fibers

Hand Spinning

Historical Games & Gaming

Historical Textile Analysis

Historical Textile Production

Loom History

A Warped Version: Manipulating Roman Looms for Metaphorical Effect – Potamius of Lisbon’s Epistula de Substantia 5‑9

Magdalena Ohrman (2018) A Warped Version: Manipulating Roman Looms for Metaphorical Effect – Potamius of Lisbon’s Epistula de Substantia 5‑9, Humanitas 71(1), p. 51-70, doi:https://doi.org/10.14195/2183-1718_71_3

Aspects of Gender and Craft Production in Early Anglo-Saxon England, with Particular Reference to the Kingdom of Kent

Susan Kay Harrington (2002) Aspects of Gender and Craft Production in Early Anglo-Saxon England, with Particular Reference to the Kingdom of Kent, p. 399 + 144 pp., url

Looms for Linen

Gertrud Grenander Nyberg (1994) Looms for Linen, Laborativ Arkeologi 7, p. 75-77

Pattern and Loom

John Becker, Donald Wagner (2009) Pattern and Loom Second edi, p. 400, pdf

The Horizontal Loom at Novgorod

M. W. Thompson (1968) The Horizontal Loom at Novgorod, Medieval Archaeology 12, p. 146-147

When did weaving become a male profession?

Ingvild Øye (2016) When did weaving become a male profession?, Danish Journal of Archaeology 5(1-2), p. 34-51, Routledge, url, doi:10.1080/21662282.2016.1245970


Loom Weights & WWLooms

Medieval Clothing

Medieval Ireland

Medieval Textiles

Natural Dyes and Dyeing

Prehistoric Textiles

Scandinavian History

Sheep: Historical Breeds

Tablet Weaving & Bands

Textile Tools

Weaving (Modern)

Weaving (Prehistoric)

Wool Fiber

Wool: Economic Aspects

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