Hallstatt TextilesHallstatt Textiles

ܕ gen besonders beim Brettchenweben standhalten , bedürfen sie besonderer Behandlung . Die Fäden der originalen ... Joliet - van den Berg , M. and H. , 1975 : Brettchenweben . ... Staudigl , O. 2000 : Zauber des Brettchenwebens .

Author: Peter Bichler

Publisher: British Archaeological Reports Limited

ISBN: UOM:39015060569889


Page: 234

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In 2004 the Austrian village of Hallstatt hosted the first Symposium on Hallstatt textiles, the proceedings of which are published here. Divided into three sections, the detailed and well-illustrated papers focus on material recovered from sites in Hallstatt itself, discuss the results of experimental archaeology and consider textile evidence from neighbouring Iron Age and La Tene sites in, for example, Italy, Slovakia and Moravia. The papers are all presented in both English and German and are followed by colour photographs of some of these remarkable and complex pieces of cloth.

German books in printGerman books in print

Zauber Zarzalejos , Alejandro : Ser o Estar ? ... Michael / Schellenberger , Bernardin Zauber des Augenblicks - Pilcher , Rosamunde Der Zauber des Brettchenwebens - Staudigel , Otfried Der Zauber des Falters- Weinziert , Helga Zauber ...



ISBN: STANFORD:36105025403499


Page: 1420

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Textiles from BurmaTextiles from Burma

... Halifax ( Bankfield Museum ) 1917 O. Staudigel , Der Zauber des Brettchenwebens ( Tablet Weaving Magic : Patterns from Oriental Countries ) , Krefeld ( Libri Books ) 2001 H. N. C. Stevenson , The Economics of the Central Chin Tribes ...

Author: Elizabeth Dell

Publisher: Art Media Resources Limited

ISBN: UOM:39015058714190


Page: 200

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"Textiles from Burma introduces the richness of textile traditions, lavishly illustrated with examples from the James Henry Green collection at Brighton Museum, and from other collections around the world." "The volume introduces themes relating to the history, production, meaning, collection and continuing impact of textiles from Burma. It explores these themes in social, cultural and wider contexts. It investigates aspects of collecting and documentation in colonial and modern times, examining the histories and identities that are made and re-made as textiles are collected and written about."--Jacket.