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CTR publications 2007

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CO=with co-authors outside CTR

Books

2007, Marie-Louise Bech Nosch, The Knossos Od Series. An Epigraphical Study, Veröffentlichungen der Mykenische Kommission, Denkschriften der philosophisch-historischen Klasse, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien. (PR)

CTR Anthologies

2007, Marie-Louise Bech Nosch & Carole Gillis (eds), First Aid for the Excavation of Archaeological Textiles, Ancient Textiles Series 2, Oxford. (CO) (PR)

CONTENTS:
Marie-Louise Nosch & Carole Gillis, “Introduction”, in Marie-Louise Bech Nosch & Carole Gillis (eds), First Aid for the Excavation of Archaeological Textiles, 1-4.
Jana Jones, Julie Unruh, Regina Knaller, Irene Skals, Lise Ræder-Knudsen, Eva Jordan Fahrbach & Louise Mumford, “Guidelines for the Excavation of Archaeological Textiles“, in M.-L. Nosch & Carole Gillis (eds), First Aid for the Excavation of Archaeological Textiles, 5-29.
Annemette Bruselius Scharff, “Use of a Digital Camera for Documentation of Textiles”, in Marie-Louise Nosch & Carole Gillis (eds), First Aid for the Excavation of Archaeological Textiles, 31-40.


2007, Marie-Louise Bech Nosch & Carole Gillis (eds), Ancient Textiles. Production, Craft and Society. Proceedings of the First International Conference in Ancient Textiles, held at Lund Sweden and Copenhagen, Denmark, on March 19-23, 2003, Ancient Textiles Series 1, Oxford. (CO) (PR)

CONTENTS:
Marie-Louise Nosch & Carole Gillis, “Introduction”, in Ancient Textiles, VI-X.
John Peter Wild, “Methodological Introduction”, in Ancient Textiles, 1-6.
Lise Bender Jørgensen, “The World According to Textiles”, in Ancient Textiles, 7-12.
Martin Cizuk, “The Academic Craftsman – a Discussion on Knowledge of Craft in Textile Research”, in Ancient Textiles, 13-16.
Eva Andersson, “Textile tools and production during the Viking Age”, in Ancient Textiles, 17-25.
Luca Peyronel, “Spinning and Weaving at Tell Mardikh-ebla (Syria): Some Observations on Spindle-Whorls and Loom-Weights from the Bronze and Iron Ages”, in Ancient Textiles, 26-35.
Pietro Militello, “Textile Industry and Minoan Palaces”, in Ancient Textiles, 36-45.
Françoise Rougemont, “Flax and Linen Textiles in the Mycenaean Palatial Economy”, in Ancient Textiles, 46-49.
John T. Killen, “Cloth Production in Late Bronze Age Greece: the Documentary Evidence”, in Ancient Textiles, 50-58.
Maria Emanuela Alberti, “Washing and Dyeing Installations of the Ancient Mediterranean: towards a Definition from Roman Times back to Minoan Crete”, in Ancient Textiles, 59-63.
Brendan Burke,”The Kingdom of Midas and Royal Cloth Production”, in Ancient Textiles, 64-70.
Margarita Gleba, “Textile Production in Proto-historic Italy: from Specialists to Workshops”, in Ancient Textiles, 71-76.
Orit Shamir, “Textiles from the 1st Century CE in Jerusalem – a Preliminary Report”, in Ancient Textiles, 77-80.
Elisabeth Trinkl, “Artifacts Related to Preparation of Wool and Textile Processing Found Inside the Terrace Houses of Ephesus, Turkey”, in Ancient Textiles, 81-86.
Lisa Hughes, “‘Dyeing’ in Ancient Italy? Evidence for the purpurarii”, in Ancient Textiles, 87-92.
Heini Kirjavainen, “Local Cloth Production in Medieval Turku, Finland”, in Ancient Textiles, 93-96.
Klaus Tidow & Eva Jordan-Fahrbach, “Woolen Textiles in Archaeological Finds and Descriptions in Written Sources of the 14th to 18th Centuries”, in Ancient Textiles, 97-102.
Lise Ræder Knudsen, “Translating Archaeological Textiles”, in Ancient Textiles, 103-111.
Hartmuth Waetzoldt, “The Use of Wool for the Production of Strings, Ropes, Braided Mats, and Similar Fabrics”, in Ancient Textiles, 112-121.
Susan Möller-Wiering, “Under canvas“, in Ancient Textiles, 122-126.
Edith Trnka, “Similarities and Distinctions of Minoan and Mycenaean Textiles”, in Ancient Textiles, 127-129.
Richard Firth, “Re-Considering Alum on the Linear B Tablets”, in Ancient Textiles, 130-138.
Roberta Cortopassi, “Late Roman and Byzantine Linen Tunics in the Louvre Museum”, in Ancient Textiles, 139-142.
Sofia Tsourinaki, “Looped Pile Textiles in the Benaki Museum (Athens)”, in Ancient Textiles, 143-149.
Irine Nikoleishvili & Eliso Akhvlediani, “A Medieval Georgian Textile in the Benaki Museum (Athens): the sakkos of the Antiochene Patriarch with Georgian Embroidery”, in Ancient Textiles, 150-157.
Louise Mumford, Heather Prosser & Julie Taylor, „The Llangorse Textile: Approaches to Understanding an Early Medieval Masterpiece”, in Ancient Textiles, 158-162.
Youlie Spantidaki & Christophe Moulherat, “A Study of Textile Remains from the 5th Century BC Discovered in Kalyvia, Attica”, in Ancient Textiles, 163-166.
Julie Unruh, “Ancient Textile Evidence in Soil Structures at the Agora Excavations in Athens, Greece”, in Ancient Textiles, 167-172.
Elizabeth Barber, “Weaving the Social Fabric”, in Ancient Textiles, 173-178.
Irene Good, “Invisible Exports in Aratta: Enmerkar and the Three Tasks”, in Ancient Textiles, 179-184.
Philip Betancourt, “Textile Production at Pseira: the Knotted Net”, in Ancient Textiles, 185-189.
Iris Tzachili, “Weaving at Akrotiri, Thera. Defining Cloth-making Activities as a Social Process in a Late Bronze Age Aegean Town”, in Ancient Textiles, 190-196.
Yosi Anaya, “Can a Textile Tradition Survive: the rebozo in a Changing Society”, in Ancient Textiles, 197-200.
Nettie Adams, “Political Affinities and Economic Fluctuations: the Evidence from the Textiles”, in Ancient Textiles, 201-207.
Elizabeth Wincott Heckett, “Clothing Patterns as Constructs of the Human Mind: Establishment and Continuity”, in Ancient Textiles, 208-214.
Antonella Pautasso, “Picturae in Textili on Shoulder Busts in Hellenistic Sicily?”, in Ancient Textiles, 215-219.
Daniela Cottica, “Spinning in the Roman World: from Everyday Craft to Metaphor of Destiny”, in Ancient Textiles, 220-228.
Lena Larsson Lovén, “Wool Work as a Gender Symbol in Ancient Rome. Roman Textiles and Ancient Sources”, in Ancient Textiles, 229-236.
Anne Hedeager Krag, “Christian Influences and Symbols of Power in Textiles from Viking Age Denmark. Christian Influence from the Continent”, in Ancient Textiles, 237-244.
Jana Jones, Julie Unruh, Regina Knaller, Irene Skals, Lise Ræder Knudsen, Eva Jordan-Fahrbach & Louise Mumford, “Guidelines for the Excavation of Archaeological Textiles”, in Ancient Textiles, 245-253.
Annemette Bruselius Scharff, “Use of a Digital Camera for Documentation of Textiles”, in Ancient Textiles, 254-258.

Articles in journals

2007, Marie-Louise Nosch, Claus von Carnap-Bornheim, Gisela Grupe, Anna-Maria Mekota & Mike M. Schweissing, “Stable strontium isotopic ratios from archaeological organic remains from the Thorsberg peat bog”, Rapid Comm. Mass Spetrom. 2007:21, 1541-1545. (CO) (PR)
2007, Ulla Mannering, “Tekstil og dragt fra bronze- og ældre jernalder i danske samlinger”, Dragtjournalen. Tidsskrift for Dragtpuljen og Dragt.dk Årg. 1 nr. 1, 46-49. (PR)
2007, Ulla Mannering & Anne Lisbeth Schmidt, “Ny viden fra gamle mosefund”, NYT fra Nationalmuseet 115, 18-19. (CO)
2007, Karin Margarita Frei, “Wool Fibre Study on Ancient Textiles”, Archaeological Textiles Newsletter 44, 21. (PR)
2007, Maria Emanuela Alberti, “The Minoan Textile Industry and the territory from Neopalatial to Mycenaean times: First Thoughts”, Creta Antica VIII, 243-264. (PR) (CO)

Articles in antologies

2007, Carmen Alfaro Giner, “Los Entalles Mágicos sobre piedras semipreciosas en el Mundo Antiguo: su técnica de fabricación y su significado”, in Magia y Superstición en el mundo Fenicio-Púnico, 7-47. (PR)
2007, Carmen Alfaro Giner, “Análisis tecnológico de los materiales de cestería del pecio de Cala Sant Vicenç, Pollença (Mallorca) y su interpretación histórica en el ámbito de la colonización griega”, in X. Nieto Prieto, M. Santos (eds), El vaixell grec arcaic de cala Sant Vicenç, Monografias del CASC, 7. (PR)
2007, Carmen Alfaro Giner & Benjamín Costa, “INSEM des Purpurs. Der Purpur und sein Ursprung” in W. Schwetje (ed.), Goodbye Tanit? Ibiza zwischen Traum und Trauma, 88-103. (CO)
2007, Susan Möller-Wiering, “Italienische Mode im Stader Moor?”, in F. M. Andraschko, B. Kraus & B. Meller (eds), Archäologie zwischen Befund und Rekonstruktion, Festschrift Renate Rolle, Antiquitates 39, 247-263.
2007, Birgit Lyngbye Petersen, “Fra haute couture til kitsch: design inspireret af Piet Mondrian” in Gry Hedin, Fred Leeman & Birgit Lyngbye Petersen (eds), Piet Mondrian - vejen til modernismen. Ordrupgaard, 38-45. (PR)

Articles in conference proceedings

2007, Marie-Louise Nosch, “The history of the Homeric priestess Theano: a view from the past“, in L. Larsson Loven & A.- Strömberg (eds), Public roles and personal status. Men and Women in Antiquity. Proceedings of the third Nordic symposium on gender and women’s history in Antiquity, Copenhagen 3-5 October 2003 Sävedalen, 165-183. (PR)
2007, Marie-Louise Nosch, “Eliten und Elitenbildung in der Mykenologie”, in E. Alram-Stern & G. Nightingale (eds), Keimelion. Elitenbildung und elitärer Konsum von der mykenischen Palastzeit bis zur Homerischen Epoche. The Formation of Elites and Elitist Lifestyles from Mycenaean Palatial Times to the Homeric Period. Akten des internationalen Kongresses vom 3. bis 5. Februar 2005 in Salzburg, Veröffentlichungen der Mykenischen Kommission, Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien, 299-310. (PR)
2007, Ulla Mannering, “Prehistoric Costume in Denmark”, in Katia Johansen (ed.), Costume, Design and Decoration. ICOM’s Costume Committee. Proceedings from the 58th Annual Conference 9-13th October, 2006. Copenhagen, Denmark and Lund, Sweden, 10-16.
2007, Ulla Mannering & Lise Ræder Knudsen, “A Danish Early Germanic Iron Age Grave with Tablet Woven Cuffs,” in A. Rast-Eicher & R. Windler (eds), NESAT IX Archäologische Textilfunde – Archaeological Textiles, 119-123. (PR)
2007, Margarita Gleba, “Textile Production in Proto-Historic Italy: Towards a Better Understanding of the Craft in its Historic, Social and Economic Contexts”, in J. Swaddling, P. Perkins (eds), Acts of Conference “Etruscans Now! Proceedings of the Symposium held at the British Museum, 2002. Part II, Etruscan Studies 10 (2004-2005), 3-9. (PR)
2007, Margarita Gleba & Jean Turfa, “Digging for archaeological textiles in museums: ‘New’ finds in the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology”, in A. Rast-Eicher & R. Windler (eds), NESAT IX Archäologische Textilfunde – Archaeological Textiles, 35-40. (CO) (PR)
2007, Eva Andersson Strand, “Engendering Central Places, some aspects of the organisation of textile production during the Viking Age”, in A. Rast Eicher & R. Windler, (eds) NESAT IX, Archäologische Textilfunde – Archaeological textiles. Braunwald, 148-153. (PR)
2007, Lise Bender Jørgensen, “Archaeological Textiles between the Arts, Crafts and Science”, in A. Rast Eicher & R. Windler (eds), NESAT IX, Archäologische Textilfunde – Archaeological textiles, 8-11. (PR)
2007, Maj Ringgaard, “A purple knitted silk among brown rags. Excavated textiles from an 18th century rubbish dump in Copenhagen”, in Katia Johansen (ed.) Costume, Design and Decoration. ICOM’s Costume Committee, Proceedings from the 58th Annual Conference 9-13th October, 2006. Copenhagen, Denmark and Lund, Sweden, 93-97. (PR)
2007, Maj Ringgaard & Else Østergård, “A heap of forgotten textiles from the 14th century Danish fortress, Bor-ingholm”, in A. Rast-Eicher, R. Windler (eds), NESAT IX Archäologische Textilfunde – Archaeological Textiles, 175-178. (PR)
2007, Linda Mårtensson, “Toolmakers? – On the production of tools for making and treating textiles during the Viking Age”, in A. Rast-Eicher & R. Windler (eds), NESAT IX Archäologische Textilfunde – Archaeological Textiles, 154-158. (PR)
2007, Linda Mårtensson, “Investigating the Function of Mediterranean Bronze Age Textile Tool Using Wool and Flax Fibres", in Experimentelle Archäologie in Europa Bilanz 2007. Heft 6, 97-106. (PR)
2007, Carmen Alfaro Giner & Estibaliz Tébar, “Phoenician Textiles of Carmona (Sevilla) in the Hispanica Society Collection (New York)”, in A. Rast-Eicher, R. Windler (eds), NESAT IX Archäologische Textilfunde – Archaeological Textiles, 65-70. (PR) (CO)
2007, Judit Pásztókai-Szeőke, “Római textilművesség régészeti hagyatéka Pannoniában” (Archaeological evidence of Textile Production in Roman Pannonia), in Bíró, Sz (ed.), FiRKák I. Fiatal Római Koros Kutatók I. Konferenciakötete. Győr, Proceedings of the 1stConference of Young Archaeologists specialized on Roman Age, 185-190.
2007, Lena Hammarlund & Kathrine Vestergaard Petersen, “Textile appearance and visual impression – Craftknowledge applied to archaeological textiles” in A. Rast Eicher & R. Windler (eds) NESAT IX, Archäologische Textilfunde – Archaeological textiles, 213-219. (PR)

Other publications: reviews, introductions, dissemination of knowledge

2007, Eva Andersson, “Review, Osebergfunnet, Bind IV Tekstilene. Kulturhistorisk Museum Universitetet i Oslo, Oslo 2006”, KUML 2007, 286-290.
2007, Margarita Gleba, “Conference review of “Textiles of Verucchio” 12-15.10.06, Cologne, Germany and Verucchio, Italy, Archaeological Textiles Newsletter 44, 21-23.
2007, Birgit Lyngbye Petersen, “Man-made in Denmark. The Story of Synthetic Fibres in Post-War Denmark”, Design Research DK07. Communication and Dialogue, 76-78.

Web-published research reports (http://ctr.hum.ku.dk/)

2007, Technical report on textile tools, Akrotiri, Greece, by Eva Andersson Strand, Marie-Louise Nosch & Agnete Wisti Lassen  (7 pages)
2007, Technical report part 3, experimental archaeology, by Linda Mårtensson, Eva Andersson Strand, Marie-Louise Nosch & Anne Batzer (17 pages).
2007, Technical report part 4, experimental archaeology, by Linda Mårtensson, Eva Andersson Strand, Marie-Louise Nosch & Anne Batzer (16 pages).
2007, Technical report on textile tools, methodological introduction, by Eva Andersson Strand & Marie-Louise Nosch (16 pages).
2007, Technical report on textile tools, Archontiko, Greece, by Eva Andersson Strand & Marie-Louise Nosch (7 pages).
2007, Technical report on textile tools, Arslantepe Turkey, by Eva Andersson Strand & Marie-Louise Nosch (23 pages).
2007, Technical report on textile tools, Ayia Triada, Greece, by Eva Andersson Strand, Marie-Louise Nosch & Agnete Wisti Lassen (9 pages).
2007, Technical report on textile tools, Ebla, Syria, by Eva Andersson Strand, Agnete Wisti Lassen & Marie-Louise Nosch (10 pages).
2007, C14 dating of bog finds (1 page)