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by C. Gillis,Marie-Louise Nosch
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    C. Gillis,Marie-Louise Nosch
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Excavation of Archaeological Textiles - Ancient Textiles Series 2 (Paperback).

First Aid for the Excavation of Archaeological Textiles - Ancient Textiles Series 2 (Paperback). C. Gillis (author), Marie-Louise Nosch (author). It is included as an appendix in Ancient Textiles: Production, Crafts and Society.

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Marie-Louise B. Nosch. Series: Ancient Textiles Series. Archaeological textiles are rare finds in some countries and on some sites. Some guidelines are proposed for the following: the excavation process, documentation and storage of excavated material, and collection and storage of samples for scientific analysis. In the absence of an on-site specialist, ‘preventive conservation’ (provision of optimal conditions to inhibit deterioration and prevent damage) is encouraged.

This small booklet is an important conservation guide.

A small book on finds First Aid for the Excavation of Archaeological Textiles is included as an Appendix. Author is well known specialist in ancient textiles; book contains description of archaeological findings and discussion about material culture in different regions of world. See all Product description. One person found this helpful.

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First aid for the excavation of archaeological textiles (Ancient Textiles series 2). Oxford: Oxbow Books. Textiles and textile production in Europe from prehistory to AD 400 (Ancient Textiles series 11). Gleba, M. & U. Mannering. Harris, S. 2012, From the parochial to the universal: comparing cloth cultures in the Bronze Age. European Journal of Archaeology 15: 61-97. Mannering, . G. Possnert, J. Heinemeier & M. Gleba.

First Aid for the Excavation of Archaeological Textiles. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. First Aid for the Excavation of Archaeological Textiles. It is included as an appendix in Ancient Textiles: Production, Crafts and Society First Aid for the Excavation of Archaeological Textiles.

бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. An understanding of textiles and the role they played in the past is important for anyone interested in past societies. Textiles served and in fact still do as both functional and symbolic items

бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. Textiles served and in fact still do as both functional and symbolic items. The evidence for ancient textiles in Europe is split quite definitely along a north-south divide, with an abundance of actual examples in the north, but precious little in the south, where indirect evidence comes from such things as vase painting and frescoes

This small booklet is an important conservation guide. It deals with the special care required in order to deal with these delicate fabrics during their excavation and recording. It is included as an appendix in Ancient Textiles: Production, Crafts and SocietyTable of ContentsIntroduction (Carole Gillis and Marie-Louise Nosch) Guidelines for the excavation of archaeological textiles (Jana Jones et al) The use of the digital camera for the documentation of textiles (Annemette Bruselius Scharff)