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

 

Archaeological Textiles Review 60 

Editorial

 

Articles

Sticks, stones, fingers and bones: nurturing knitting and the other neglected non-wovens

Jane Malcolm-Davies

 

Unravelling the confusions: Defining concepts to record archaeological and historical evidence for knitting

Jane Malcolm-Davies, Ruth Gilbert and Susanne Lervad

 

Do you read my signal? An attempt at the application of clear terminology in recording archaeological knitwork

Ruth Gilbert

 

The church cap and the crypt cap: Early modern knitted fragments found in Denmark

Maj Ringgaard

 

Knitted wool stockings in the Museum of London: A study of 16th century construction

Lesley O’Connell Edwards

 

Early modern stockings in museums in the Czech Republic

Sylvie Odstrčilová

 

Knitted fragments of clothes excavated from the Swedish 17th century flagship Kronan

Helena Lundin

 

Two knitted mittens from a 17th century Dutch shipwreck

Annemarieke Willemsen

 

Investigating 16th century knitting with citizen science: An archaeological experiment into fleece and fulling

Jane Malcolm-Davies and Rosalind Mearns

 

Projects

News from Çatalhöyük

Antoinette Rast-Eicher and Lise Bender Jørgensen

 

TexMeroe: New approaches to cultural identity and economics in ancient Sudan and Nubia through textile archaeology

Elsa Yvanez

 

The Salt Mummies of Zanjan: Textile research in Iran in a conservation and exhibition project

Karina Grömer and Natascha Bagherpour

 

Fashioning the Viking Age

Ulla Mannering

 

THREAD: a meeting place for scholars and refugees in textile and dress research

Jane Malcolm-Davies and Marie-Louise Nosch

 

Orbituaries

Else Østergård 1940-2018

Irene Skals and Lise Bender Jørgensen

 

Joanne Elizabeth Cutler 1962-2018

Eva Andersson Strand

 

Karen Finch OBE 1921-2018

Rosalind Janssen

 

Conferences

European Textile Forum

Katrin Kania

 

A World of Looms: Weaving technology and textile arts in China and beyond

Magdalena Öhrman

 

Textiles and Gender: Production to wardrobe from the Orient to the Mediterranean in Antiquity

Agata Ulanowska

 

Exploring textiles and textile working from Prehistory to AD 500

Elsa Yvanez

 

Resources: New Books and News

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