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Based on the study of dress evidence from early medieval cemeteries, this is an archaeology study of Anglo-Saxon textiles and decoration. Kazuya rated it it was amazing Dec 14, These 2 locations in New Ajglo-saxon Wales: Nielsen Book Data Describe the connection issue.
Cloth and Clothing in Early Anglo-Saxon England AD by Penelope Rogers
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Jul 04, Mary Catelli rated it really liked it Shelves: Phillip Waclawski rated it it was amazing Jun 17, P H Bowerman Mark Allen rated it really liked it Oct 22, Home This editionEnglish, Article, Report edition: Meave rated it really liked it Mar 01, Archaeology, Medieval — England. My main interest was in the part about the process of transforming flax into linen, and then the process of turning the linen into cloth, looms and weave design, etc, which was all at the front of the book so I did get to read the parts I cared about the most.
The first half or so of Rogers’ book covers the technology and methods of cloth production, moving then into the non-textile elements in costume, and finishing with putting together data nad various sources to reconstr While this work covers much of the same ground as Gale Owen-Crocker’s book on a similar topic, I wouldn’t in any way consider them to be redundant. View all 4 comments.
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