An Anglo-Saxon-Cyrtel: Bibliography

Bender Jørgensen, Lise. 1992. North European Textiles until AD 1000. Aarhus University Press. Aarhus C, Denmark.
Bender Jørgensen, Lise & Rinaldo, Christina (eds.). 1998. Textiles in European Archaeology. Report from the 6th NESAT Symposium, 7-11th May 1996 in Borås, Sweden.
Banck, Johanna. “Ein merowingerzeitlicher Baumsarg aus Lauchheim/Ostalbkreis – Zur Bergung und Dokumentation der Textilefunde.” pp. 115-124.
Farke, Heidemarie. “Der Männerkittel aus Bernuthsfeld. Beobachtungen während einer Restaurierung.” pp. 99-106.
Gabra-Sanders, Thea. “A Review of Viking-Age Textiles and Fibers from Scotland: an Interim Report.” pp. 177-185.
Henry, Phillippa. “Textiles as Indices of Late Saxon Social Dynamics”. pp. 157-166.
Mannering, Ulla. “The textiles from Nørre Sandergård Vest”. pp. 107-114.
Rœder Knudsen, Lise. “An Iron Age Cloak with Tablet Woven Borders: a New Interpretation of the Method of Production.” pp. 79-84.
Wild, J.P., Cooke, W.D., Cork, C.R., and Fang Lu, L. “Vindolanda: Some Results of the Leverhulme Trust Programme.” pp. 85-95.
Boucher, François. 20,000 Years of Fashion; The History of Costume and Personal Adornment. Harry N. Abrams. NY. 1983.
Broughton West, Barbara. “Weaving Medieval Fabric: Wool Diamond Twills from the First to the Twelfth Centuries in Europe.” Tournaments Illuminated. Issue 106. Spring 1993. pp. 30-34.
Buchanan, Rita. 1995. A Dyer’s Garden: From Plant to Pot Growing Dyes for Natural Fibers. Interweave Press. Loveland, CO.
Buchanan, Rita. 1987. A Weaver’s Garden.Interweave Press. Loveland, CO.
Burnham, Dorothy. 1973. Cut My Cote. Textile Department. Royal Ontario Museum. Ontario. Canada.
Collingwood, Peter. 1982. The Techniques of Tablet Weaving. Watson-Guphill Publications. New York.
Crockett, Candace. 1991. Card Weaving. Interweave Press. Loveland, CO.
Crowfoot, Elizabeth; Pritchard, Frances; Staniland, Kay. 1992. Medieval Finds From Excavations In London. Textiles and Clothing c, 1150 – c. 1450. Museum of London. London, U.K.
Davidson, Mary Frances. The Dye Pot. Self-published, Gatlinburg, TN. 1974.
Doyle, Sarah. “Clothing of Norman Women in the Late 11th and Early 12th Centuries”. Chronicle. Volume 9, Issue 1 (No. 53). Spring 1999. pp. 24-27.
Harris, Jennifer, editor. 1993. Textiles: 5,000 Years. Trustees of the British Museum.
Hill, Mary. “Medieval Dyeing.” Spin-Off.Fall, 1989. Pp. 66-69.
Mayer, Anita Luvera. 1984. Clothing From the Hands that Weave. Interweave Press. Loveland, Colorado.
Owen-Crocker, Gale R. 1986. Dress in Anglo-Saxon England. Manchester University Press. Manchester. U.K.
Priest-Dorman, Carolyn. An SCA Handweaver’s Bibliography. 10 May, 2000. <http://www.cs.vassar.edu/~capriest/textilebiblio.html>.
Payne, Blanche. 1965. History of Costume. Harper & Row, NY.
Regia Anglorum: Members Handbook. 1992
Walton, Penelope. 1989. The Archaeology of York: The Small Finds 17/5. Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from 16-22 Coppergate. Council for British Archaeology.
Walton Rogers, Penelope. 1997. The Archaeological of York: The Small Finds 17/11: Textile Production at 16-22 Coppergate. Council for British Archaeology.
Wilson, Sir David. The Bayeux Tapestry. Alfred A. Knopf. NY. 1985.

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