Textiles, cordage and raw fibre from 16-22 Coppergate

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Excavations (Archaeology) -- England -- York, Textile fabrics -- England -- York -- Coppergate 16-22, Coppergate Site (York, Eng
StatementPenelope Walton.
SeriesArchaeology of York -- v. 17, Archaeology of York -- fasc. 5
The Physical Object
Pagination[171] p., [10] leaves of plates :
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Open LibraryOL20968108M
ISBN 100906780799

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Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from 16–22 Coppergate conditions were encountered and small objects of both wood and leather were found, no traces of textiles, yarns or fibres were reported, with the exception of some wool fibres, found in the caulking of fragmentary medieval ships’.

Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from Coppergate by Walton starting at $ Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from Coppergate has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Textiles. Penelope Walton Rogers is the author cordage and raw fibre from 16-22 Coppergate book Textile Production at Coppergate ( avg rating, 8 ratings, 1 review, published ), The Roman Textile /5.

Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from Coppergate, p. The report fortunately includes both the construction pattern of the cap and the different measurements, allowing us to reconstruct it. Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from Coppergate, p. [1] Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from 16–22 Coppergate by Penelope Walton [2] The poor people from Lønne Hede- Presentation of first century-graves with preserved textiles by Ida Demant Textiles NESAT IX) (supplemented with additional photos from the Nymindegab Museum facebook page on the finds).

Pattern: I followed Penelope Walton's detailed description of the nearly complete silk cap found in the Viking age levels of the Coppergate (York) dig, from her book The Archaeology of York: Vol. The Small Finds, Fascicule 5: Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from Coppergate pp.

(York Archaeological Trust ). According to Penelope Walton's book Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from Coppergate I needed tightly spun, smooth worsted singles yarn about mm in diameter of a hairy medium fleece type. In mundane terms, that's a warp yarn about the size of a doubled piece of standard sewing machine thread, and I needed nearly yards of it for my.

Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from Coppergate. The Archaeology of York, Vol Fascicule 5. York: York Archaeological Trust and the Council for British Archaeology, [Now available from Pangur Press at this link.] * * * * * * * * * *.

articles written by the best in textile archaeology. Difficult to find. Rogers, Penelope Walton, Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from Coppergate, Council for British Archaeology, York, England,ISBN Discusses wool, silk, and flax, diamond twills, dyes used and other topics of archaeological interest.

Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from Coppergate. The only sock we know from the Viking areas during the Viking age is this one. It is from the ’s, from Coppergate in York, England. The original is in quite good shape, but the construction of the heel is not completely certain.

Our interpretation is one of a few that fit well with the. All of the information I have since gleaned about the caps has been from another York Archaeological Trust publication, Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from Coppergate by Penelope Walton.

I really can't recommend their publications enough. Walton Rogers, Penelope,‘Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from Coppergate’, Walton, P. "Dyes of the Viking Age: a summary of recent work." Dyes in History and Archaeology" (Papers Presented at the 7th Annual Meeting, York ), Late Saxon Textiles From The City of London, in Medieval Archaeol (Offprint 29).

Tweddle, D., Finds from Parliament Street and Other Sites in The City Centre. AY17/4. Walton,P., Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre From Coppergate. AY17/5. Walton,P., Textile Production at Coppergate, York: Anglo-Saxon or Viking. Late Saxon Textiles from the City of London in Medieval Archaeology, Volume 28; Walton-Rogers, P ().

Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from Coppergate; Walton-Rogers, P (). Textile Production at 16–22 Coppergate; Walton-Rogers, P (). Early Anglo-Saxon costume and textiles from Saltwood Tunnel, Kent; Websites. Sources for the nomenclature­ these books are part of Carolyn Priest­Dorman's excellent biography, and should be mentioned in full, as the source of the information I could get from her web page.

"Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from 16­22 Coppergate". Walton, Penelope. York Archeological Trust Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from Coppergate by Penelope Walton: 17/5: Anglo-Scandinavian ironwork from Coppergate, York: c A.D by Patrick Ottaway: 6: Archaeology of York: The Small Finds v (Vol 17) by Justine Bayley: 7: The Anglian Helmet from Coppergate by Dominic Tweddle: 8: Anglian and other finds from Fishergate.

Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from Coppergate 28 copies The Roman Textile Industry and Its Influence: A Birthday Tribute to John 21 copies Textiles in northern archaeology: NESAT III: textile symposium in York, 19 copies.

Walton, Penelope. Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from Coppergate.

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The Archaeology of York, Vol Fascicule 5. York: York Archaeological Trust and the Council for British Archaeology, Textiles of Islamic Spain By:Lynn Meyer I recently had the opportunity to write a paper which.

Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fiber from Coppergate. York Archeological Trust Hald, Margrethe. Ancient Danish Textiles from Bogs and Burials: A Comparative Study of Costume and Iron Age Textiles, trans.

Jean Olsen. Archaeological-Historical Series Vol. XXI. Copenhagen: The National Museum of Denmark, Schmitt, Larry.

HSF #A Coppergate Cap Because I was planning to be away on vacation for most of the week of J I needed a quick project (again!) if I was going to participate in the "Under $10" challenge. It took me a while to decide upon one that fits in with my interests, but I finally hit upon one I find very satisfying.

From Textiles and Clothing by Crowfoot, et al. Weave: broken diamond twill Weaver: Lynn Meyer. Warp/weft: commercially spun, madder dyed wool.

sett: 32 epi/23 ppi. Notes: based on those from Anglo-Scandinavian York as described in Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fiber from Coppergate (PenelopeWalton). Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from Coppergate (The Archaeology of York Vol, Part 5).

London: Council for British Archaeology for York Archaeological Trust, Williams, Sheila.

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The History of Knitting Pin Gauges. Ely: Melrose Books, Wright, Mary. Cornish Guernseys and Knit-frocks. Penzance: Alison Hodge, The cloth Structures: The two linen samples are woven from commercially spun linen structures are ones that are discussed in Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from Coppergate by Penelope Walton.

The first one, “Wabegnewebe” has at times been referred to a “honeycomb weave” although it is rather different in structure and appearance from modern honeycomb woven patterns. Robinson, D. Clubmosses from medieval Perth. Antiqui~, 60,P1. Tomlinson, P. Use of vegetative remains in the identifi- cation of dyeplants from waterlogged 9thth century AD deposits at York.

Journal qfArchaeological Science, 12, Walton, P. Textiles, cordage and raw fibre from Coppergate. It is unusual as early period textiles go, because most of the surviving textured textiles of this period in North Europe are woven with warp and weft of differing size and closeness.

Jorvík was reported and analyzed by Penelope Walton in Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from Coppergate. Ostergaard, Else Woven into the Earth: Textile finds in Norse Greenland.

Oxbow Books Nosch, Marie-Louise, Feng, Zhao, and Varadarajan Lotika. Global Textile Encounters. Oxbow Books Strand, Eva A. Tools and Textiles – Production and Organisation in Birka and Hedeby. Walton, Penelope, Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from Coppergate,Council for British Archaeology, London, England -based on use in Lisa Willadsen's article Contact Me |.

Penelope Walton, Textiles, Cordage, and Raw Fibre from Coppergate, ISBN Similar to the Museum of London series, but for York instead of London.

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Reproductions of Medieval Pictures. There are a great many more books with reproductions than I can list here.

the picture of the Oslo mitten in Nordland's book, but is identified with another stitch from "Nålbindning, 12 varianter", a book that collected several stitches from Sweden around the end of the The Coptic stitch creates a textile that readily curls, and having the slit 2."Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from 16­22 Coppergate".

The Archeology of York: The Small Finds: Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from Coppergate by Penelope Walton The Archeology of York: Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from Coppergate by Penelope Walton Practical Science: Pottery, any period.

Medieval Pottery Research Group Links page [Includes links to a major database of items]."Textile Production at Coppergate" - Penelope Walton Rogers - Dorset Press - 1 76 1 "Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from Coppergate" - Penelope Walton - Dorset Press - 0 79 9 "Archaeological Textiles" - NESAT V Textile Symposium in Neumunster.

FURTHER REFERENCE: Textile resources in Tournaments Illuminated, magazine of the SCA "The History and Use of Cotton" by Laudin d'Ælinor, Fall (#) Byzantine Silk Weaving, AD to AD by Anna Muthesius, Book review by Fiadnata ó Glenn Àlainn Summer (#); Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from Coppergate by Penelope Walton, Book review by .