Strand, Eva B. Andersson,Nosch, Marie-Louise. (Eds.) () Tools, textiles and contexts :investigating textile production in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze AgeMLA Citation
Strand, Eva B. Andersson,Nosch, Marie-Louise,eds. Tools, Textiles And Contexts: Investigating Textile Production In The Aegean And Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age. : . Print.
Tools, textiles and contexts : investigating textile production in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age /
edited by Eva Andersson Strand and Marie-Louise Nosch ; with the editorial and analytical assistance of Joanne Cutler.
|Names:||Strand, Eva B. Andersson, | Nosch, Marie-Louise,|
|Published:||Oxford ; Philadelphia : Oxbow Books, |
Ancient textiles series ; v. 21.
|Topics:||Bronze age - Middle East. | Textile fabrics, Prehistoric - Middle East. | Experimental archaeology - Middle East. | Neolithic period - Middle East. | Bronze age - Aegean Islands (Greece and Turkey) | Neolithic period - Aegean Islands (Greece and Turkey) | Textilherstellung. | Werkzeug. | Bronzezeit. | Textilier - framställning, tillverkning, etc. - historia. | Bronsåldern. | Neolitisk tid.|
|Regions:||Middle East - Antiquities. | Aegean Islands (Greece and Turkey) - Antiquities. | Egeiska öarna. | Grekland. | Turkiet. | Mellanöstern. | Mediterranean Region - Aegean Islands. | Middle East. | Ägäis. | Levante.|
|Physical Description:||xiii, 383 pages ; 29 cm.
|Includes:||Includes bibliographical references.
|Notes:||Textile production is one of the most important crafts in Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age societies and recent interdisciplinary and collaborative work offers crucial new perspectives into this field. The new and updated catalogue of archaeological textile finds presented here clearly demonstrates, even from the few extant finds, that knowledge of the use of fibres and of elaborate textile techniques that were used to produce textiles of different qualities was well developed.00The functional analysis of spindle whorls and loom weights can be explored through experimental archaeology employing newly developed methodologies. The results bring new insights into the types of textile that may potentially have been made by such tools. This is highly pertinent as textile tools often constitute the single most important and plentiful type of evidence for the various stages of textile production in the archaeological record.0.
Strand, Eva B. Andersson, editor.
Nosch, Marie-Louise, editor.