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North European textiles until AD 1000

Lise Bender JГёrgensen

North European textiles until AD 1000

by Lise Bender JГёrgensen

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Published by Aarhus University Press in Aarhus C, Denmark .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe.
    • Subjects:
    • Textile fabrics, Prehistoric -- Europe.,
    • Weaving -- Europe.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 181-196) and index.

      StatementLise Bender Jørgensen ; [translation and word-processing by Peter Crabb].
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTS1316 .J68 1992
      The Physical Object
      Pagination285 p. :
      Number of Pages285
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1178502M
      ISBN 108772884169
      LC Control Number94164887
      OCLC/WorldCa28683164

      Thus, textiles can be seen as one part of an overall cloth culture, which may include many different materials and techniques (Harris ). Around the world and throughout time, humans have created textiles by exploiting different natural resources and inventing tools and methodologies to change these resources into a viable :// The Book of Looms. History of the Handloom from Ancient Times to the Present. Providence, RI: Brown Univ. Press, North European textiles until AD / Article. Jan ; Lise. Bender

      Harris, S. () Folded, layered textiles from a Bronze Age pit pyre excavated from Over Barrow 2, Cambridgeshire, England. In: Grömer, K. and Pritchard, F. (eds.) Aspects of the design, production and use of textiles and clothing from the Bronze Age to the early modern era: NESAT XII: the North European Symposium of Archaeological Textiles 21stth May in Hallstatt, Introduction. The Pre - Columbian collection is representative particularly of the indigenous cultures of Mexico, Central America and the western coastal and mountain regions of P

        An estimated , artisans are employed in government workshops and factories creating porcelains, textiles, metalwork, and other luxuries. – Possibly contracted by Mongol soldiers in Crimea, a plague epidemic devastates the population of North China. The same source may also be responsible for the European Black Death of –   By Tiwanaku had become the capital of an expanding empire in the Andes that endured until approximately AD , when extended drought caused water levels to fall and agriculture to fail. After European colonization many of the buildings were raided for their stone, which was used to construct churches, rail stations, and  › Books › Arts & Photography › History & Criticism.


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LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for   Notes: found on page in Lise Bender Jorgensen's book North European Textiles: until AD. Weave: huck variant Weaver: Carolyn Priest   Notes: According to North European Textiles until AD, (p.

) by Lise Bender Jorgensen, Rosettenkoper was first discovered by Hans Jurgen Hundt in the Alamannic/Frankish graves of Southern Germany. Jorgensen states that the weave may be extended to all of Northern Europe doe to the large number of this type of weave catalogued in her Editora-Aarhus University Press Date of publication - Idioma-English Dimensions x21cm This book is primarily a huge catalogue of all textile discoveries from the prehistoric, Roman and medieval contexts of Great Britain, Ireland, Holland, Germany, Poland and Scandinavia.

These data are used to show that the first steps towards organised textile production in northern Europe were taken   North European Textiles until AD Aarhus, Denmark: Aarhus University Press, Extensive catalogue of textiles from North Europe dating from the Neolithic to the yearexcluding Scandinavia.

The initial chapters are heavy going, so flip right to the catalogue if you just want to weave a re-creation ://~capriest/   North European Textiles until AD Aarchus: Aarchus University Press, Liên kết ngoài Wikimedia Commons có thêm hình ảnh và phương tiện truyền tải về N ỉ.

Wool Felt: What it is, and How it is Made Lise Bender Jørgensen. North European textiles until AD pages, figures. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press; ISBN hardback $45 & DKK - Volume 67 Issue -   Jorgensen, Lise () North European Textiles until AD Aarhus University Press, Aarhus, Denmark.

ISBN: Relates types of weaves to geography and data on thread counts. Jorgensen, L. & E. Munksgaard, eds. () Archaeological Textiles in Northern Europe: Report from the 4t h NESAT Symposium North European Textiles Until AD by Lise Bender Jorgensen,available at Book Depository with free delivery ://   Felt is a textile material that is produced by matting, condensing and pressing fibers together.

Felt can be made of natural fibers such as wool or animal fur, or from synthetic fibers such as petroleum-based acrylic or acrylonitrile or wood pulp-based d fibers are also common.

Felt has special properties that allow it to be used for a wide variety of ://. "North European Textiles until AD ", Lise Bender Jørgensen, Aarhus [recenzja] / Jerzy Maik. Autorzy Maik, Jerzy Treść / Zawarto ść Warianty tytułu PL Recenzje Języki publikacji PL Abstrakty Słowa kluczowe Wydawca Instytut Archeologii i North European Textiles until AD Jorgensen, Lise Bender Aarhus: Aarhus University Press, pp.

black and white figures, charts and maps. /lise-bender-jorgensen/north-european-textiles-until-ad  Jørgensen, Lise Bender, NorthEuropean Textiles Until ADKRAG, Anne Hedeager, Reconstruction of a Viking Magnate Dress, Textilsymposium Neumünster,pp.

– KRAG, Anne Hedeager,‘Oriental Influences in Viking Age Denmark: A Kaftan with Belt and Pouches’, NorthEuropean Symposium for Archaeological Textiles X,