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Editors: Eva Andersson Strand, Karina Grömer, Jane Malcolm-Davies, Ulla Mannering & Ursula Rothe


Archaeological Textiles Review 59 

Editorial

 

Articles

A Weaving Sword at Miletus? Combat or Weaving Sword and the Complexities of Gender Construction

Laura B. Mazow

 

First Identification of Club Moss Use in Roman Britain

Margarita Gleba, Elizabeth M. Foulds, Al Teasdale and Hannah Russ

 

Reconstructing the Tunic from Lendbreen in Norway

Marianne Vedeler and Lena Hammarlund

 

Making a Reconstruction of the Egtved Clothing

Ida Demant

 

The Red-Blue Conundrum: an Archaeo-linguistic Approach to Red Dyes and Blue Flowers in Prehistory

Mikkel Nørtoft

 

Projects

The Central Timna Valley Project: 5 Years of Ongoing Textile Research

Vanessa Workman, Orit Shamir, Naama Sukenik, Margarita Gleba and Erez Ben-Yosef

 

The Gallo-Roman Textile Collection from Les-Martres de-Veyre in France

Catherine Breniquet, Marie Bèche-Wittmann, Christine Bouilloc and Camille Gaumat

 

The Textile from Tvis in Denmark

Ulla Mannering

 

Conferences

Consuming Clothes (Glasgow, UK)

David Lumb

 

Interweaving Cultures (Madrid, Spain)

María Consuelo Escandell Ferrando

 

The Competition of Fibres (Berlin, Germany)

Ana Grabundzjia and Chiara Schoch

 

Mixtura Texturalis. People and Textiles in the Carpathian Basin (Budapest, Hungary)

Viktória Kiss, Judit Pásztókai-Szeőke and Boglárka Weisz

 

NESAT XIII (Liberec, Czech Republic)

John Peter Wild

 

Dynamics and Organisation of Textile Production in Past Societies (Łódź, Poland)

Agata Ulanowska, Małgorzata Siennicka and Małgorzata Grupa

 

Plants as Fibre Resources: Approaches from the Science and Art Perspectives (Maastrict, Netherlands)

Jenni A. Suomela

 

Early Textiles Study Group (Cambridge, UK)

Gwendoline Pepper

 

CIETA Conference (St Petersburg, Russia)

Susanne Lervad

 

Egyptian Textiles and Their Production: Word and Object (Copenhagen, Denmark)

Marie-Louise Nosch

 

Resources: New Books

 

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