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CTR publications 2010

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CO=with co-authors outside CTR


2010, Brendan Burke, From Minos to Midas. Ancient Cloth Production in the Aegean and in Anatolia, Ancient Textiles Series 7, Oxford. (CO) (PR)

CTR Anthologies

2010, Eva Andersson Strand, Margarita Gleba, Ulla Mannering, Cherine Munkholt & Maj Ringgaard (eds), North European Symposium for Archaeological Textiles X, Ancient Textiles Series 5, Oxford. (PR)

2010, Ulla Mannering, Eva Andersson Strand & Margarita Gleba, “Dedication”, in NESAT X, vii.
2010, Ulla Mannering, Eva Andersson Strand & Margarita Gleba, Cherine Munkholt and Maj Ringgaard, “Editors’ Preface”, in NESAT X, xi.
Lise Bender Jørgensen, “A Brief History of the North European Symposium for Archaeological Textiles (NESAT)”, in NESAT X, xvii-xxii.
Eva B. Andersson Strand, “Experimental Textile Archaeology”, in NESAT X, 1-3.
Eva I. Andersson, “The Perfect Picture – A Comparison between 13th-century Art and Two Preserved Tunics”, in NESAT X, 4-8.
Tereza Belanová Štolcová & Karina Grömer, “Loom-Weights, Spindles and Textiles –Textile Production in Central Europe from the Bronze Age to the Iron Age”, in NESAT X, 9-20.
Sophie Bergerbrant, “Difference in the Elaboration of Dress in Northern Europe during the Middle Bronze Age”, in NESAT X, 21-25.
Lena Bjerregaard, Ute Henniges & Antje Potthast, “Avoiding Nasty Surprises: Decision-Making based on Analytical Data”, in NESAT X, 26-30.
Milena Bravermanová, “Archaeological Textiles from Prague Castle, Czech Republic”, in NESAT X, 31-35.
Maria Cybulska, Tomasz Florczak & Jerzy Maik, “The Virtual Reconstruction of Archaeological Textiles”, in NESAT X, 36-40.
Camilla Luise Dahl, “Terminology Practice in Scandinavian Costume History: Approach to a Methodology for Source based Terminology”, in NESAT X, 41-51.
Anna Drążkowska, “Haberdashery Elements made of Metal Thread: Conservation Problems”, in NESAT X, 52-56.
Andrea Fischer ”Current Examinations of Organic Remains using Variable Pressure Scanning Electron Microscopy [VP-SEM]”, in NESAT X, 57-62.
Karin Margarita Frei, “Textiles, Wool, Sheep, Soil and Strontium – Studying their Paths: a Pilot Project”, in NESAT X, 63-64.
Ruth Gilbert, “Not so much Cinderella as the Sleeping Beauty: Neglected Evidence of Forgotten Skill”, in NESAT X, 65-68.
Annelies Goldmann & Eva-Maria Pfarr, “Die Rekonstruktion des Vaaler Bändchens – ein archäologisches Kammgewebe aus Ditmarschen: Gemeinschaftsarbeit der Wollgruppe des Museumsdorfes Düppel, Deutschland”, in NESAT X, 69-72.
Kordula Gostenčnik, “The Magdalensberg Textile Tools: a Preliminary Assessment”, in NESAT X, 73-90.
Dawid Grupa, “Silk Ribbons from Post-Medieval Graves in Poland”, in NESAT X, 91-94.
Malgorzata Grupa, “Silks from Kwidzyn (Poland)”, in NESAT X, 95-96.
Sunniva Wilberg Halvorsen, “Norwegian Peat Bog Textiles: Tegle and Helgeland Revisited”, in NESAT X, 97-103.
Susanna Harris, “Smooth and Cool, or Warm and Soft: Investigating the Properties of Cloth in Prehistory”, in NESAT X, 104-112.
Anne Hedeager Krag, “Oriental Influences in Viking Age Denmark: a Kaftan with Belt and Pouches”, in NESAT X, 113-116.
Viktoria Holmqvist, “A Study of Two Medieval Silk Girdles: The so-called ‘Eric of Pomerania’s Belt’ and the Dune Belt”, in NESAT X, 117-128.
Linda Hurcombe, “Nettle and Bast Fibre Textiles from Stone Tool Wear Traces? The Implications of Wear. Traces on Archaeological Late Mesolithic and Neolithic Micro-Denticulate Tools” in NESAT X, 129-139.
Katrin Kania, “Construction and Sewing Technique in Secular Medieval Garments”, in NESAT X, 140-149.
Lise Ræder Knudsen, “Tiny Weaving Tablets, Rectangular Weaving Tablets”, in NESAT X, 150-156.
Annika Larsson, “Warrior’s Clothing in the RigsÞula Poem”, in NESAT X, 157-161.
Christina Margariti, Paul Wyeth, Dinah Eastop & Georgianna Moraitou, “Potentials and Limitations on the Ap-plication of FTIR Microscopy to the Characterisation of Textiles excavated in Greece”, in NESAT X, 162-166.
Susan Möller-Wiering, “Evidence of War and Worship: Textiles in Roman Iron Age Weapon Deposits”, in NESAT X, 167-173.
Britt Nowak-Böck, “Bewahren und Erfassen – Anmerkungen zum Umgang mit mineralisierten Strukturen auf Metallen in der Denkmalpflege”, in NESAT X, 174-180.
Ruth Iren Øien, “Medieval Textiles from Trondheim: An Analysis of Function”, in NESAT X, 181-186.
Judit Pásztókai-Szeöke, “Curry-comb or toothed weft-beater? Serrated iron tools from Roman Province of Pan-nonia”, in NESAT X, 187-188.
Elvyra Pečeliunaite-Bažiene, “Textiles from the 3rd-12th Century AD Cremation Graves found in Lithuania”, in NESAT X, 189-194.
Silja Penna-Haverinen, “Patterned Tablet-Woven Band – In Search of the 11th Century Textile Professional”, in NESAT X, 195-200.
Riina Rammo, “Social and Economic Aspects of Textile Consumption in Medieval Tartu (Estonia) ”, in NESAT X, 201-207.
Antoinette Rast-Eicher, “Garments for a Queen”, in NESAT X, 208-210.
Eva Richter, “Our Threads to the Past: Plaited Motifs as Predecessors of Woven Binding Structures”, in NESAT X, 211-216.
Virginija Rimkutė, “The Neolithic Mats of the Eastern Baltic Littoral” in NESAT X, 217-220.
Maj Ringgaard & Annemette Bruselius Scharff, “The Impact of Dyes and Natural Pigmentation of Wool on the Preservation of Archaeological Textiles”, in NESAT X, 221-224.
Elisabeth Ann Stone, “Wear on Magdalenian Bone Tools: A New Methodology for Studying Evidence of Fiber Industries”, in NESAT X, 225-232.
Amica Sundström, “A Bronze Age Plaited Starting Border”, in NESAT X, 233-234.
Synnøve Thingnæs, “Textile Craftsmanship in the Norwegian Migration Period”, in NESAT X, 235-239.
Klaus Tidow, “Textilfunde aus Ausgrabungen in Heidelberg”, in NESAT X, 240-241.
Kristýna Urbanova & Helena Březinova, “Textile Remains on One Roman Bronze Vessels from Řepov (Czech Republic)”, in NESAT X, 242-246.
Ina Vanden Berghe, Beatrice Devia, Margarita Gleba & Ulla Mannering, “Dyes, to be or not to be. Dyeing inves-tigation on Early Iron Age Danish Peat Bog Textiles”, in NESAT X, 247-251.
Marianne Vedeler, “Dressing the Dead: Customs of Burial Costume in Rural Norway”, in NESAT X, 252-256.
André Verhecken, “The Moment of Inertia: a Parameter for Functional Classification of Worldwide Spindle Whorls from all Periods”, in NESAT X, 257-270.
Elizabeth Wincott Heckett, “Elite and Military Scandinavian Dress as Portrayed in the Lewis Chess Pieces” in NESAT X, 271-275.
Anna Zanchi, “Headwear, Footwear and Belts in the Íslendingasögur and Íslendingaþættir”, in NESAT X, 276-284.
Irita Zeiere, “The Use of Horsehair in Female Headdresses of the 12th-13th Century AD”, in NESAT X, 285-287.
Hanna Zimmerman, “Two Early Middle Age Caps from the Dwelling Mounds Rasquert and Leens in Groningen Province, the Netherlands”, in NESAT X, 288-290.
Elena S. Zubkova, Olga V. Orfinskaya & Kirill A. Mikhailov, “Studies of the Textiles from the Excavation of Pskov in 2006”, in NESAT X, 291-298.

2010, Kjeld Galster, Kathrina Honeyman & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds), Textile History and the Military. Textile History. Supplement volume 1. (CO) (PR)

Kjeld Hald Galster & Marie-Louise Nosch, “Textile History and the Military: an Introduction”, in Textile History and the Military, 1-5.
Katrina Honeyman, “Editorial Note”, in Textile History and the Military, 6.
Tomasz Kurasiński, Jerzy Maik & Witold Świętosławski, “The Use of Textiles in Arms and Armour in Medieval Poland”, in Textile History and the Military, 7-16.
Karsten Skjold Petersen, “Dano-Norwegian Line Infantry Uniforms 1660-1814”, in Textile History and the Military, 17-30.
Charlotte Paludan, “The Gold House’: Military Broadcloth Manufacture in Copenhagen in the Eighteenth Century”, in Textile History and the Military, 31-48.
Gunner Lind, “Uniform and Distinction: Symbolic Aspects of Officer Dress in the Eighteenth Century Danish State”, in Textile History and the Military, 49-65.
Mark van Hattem, Mariska Pool, “’The Monotonousness of this grey uniform’. Design and Mass Production for a Neutral State: the Dutch Uniform 1912-1940”, in Textile History and the Military, 66-82.
Pierre Lierneux, “Military Uniforms in the Southern Low Countries and in Belgium before 1915: Institutional History and Socio-Economic Approaches”, in Textile History and the Military, 83-97.
Amy Breakwell, “A Nation in Extremity: Sewing Machines and the American Civil War”, in Textile History and the Military, 98-107.
Barton C. Hacker & Margaret Vining, “Cutting a New Pattern: Uniforms and Women’s Mobilization for War 1854-1919”, in Textile History and the Military, 108-143.
Ilse Bogaerts, “The Origin and Evolution of the Kepi in Military Dress”, in Textile History and the Military, 144-152.
Marshall Joseph Becker, “Match Coats and the Military: Mass-Produced Clothing for Native Americans as Parallel Markets in the Seventeenth Century”, in Textile History and the Military, 153-181.
Michael Langkjær, “Then how can you explain Sgt. Pompous and the Fancy Pants Club Band?’ Utilisation of military uniforms and other paraphernalia by pop groups in the sixties and subsequent periods”, in Textile History and the Military, 182-213.
Sue Prichard, “Precision Patchwork: Nineteenth-Century Military Quilts”, in Textile History and the Military, 214-226.

2010, Cécile Michel & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds), Textile Terminologies in the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean from the Third to the First Millennia BC, Ancient Textiles Series 8, Oxford. (PR)

Cécile Michel & Marie-Louise Nosch, “Textile Terminologies”, in Textile Terminologies , IX-XIX
Pascaline Dury & Susanne Lervad, “Synonymic Variation in the Field of Textile Terminology: A study in diachrony and synchrony”, in Textile Terminologies, 1-9.
Eva Andersson Strand, “From Fibre to Fabrics”, in Textile Terminologies, 10-22.
Sophie Desrosiers, “Textile terminologies and classifications: Some methodological and Chronological Aspects”, in Textile Terminologies, 23-51.
Catherine Breniquet, “Weaving in Mesopotamia during the Bronze Age: Archaeology, techniques, iconography”, in Textile Terminologies, 52-67.
Ole Herslund, “Cloths – Garments – and keeping secrets. Textile classification and cognitive chaining in the Ancient Egyptian writing system”, in Textile Terminologies, 68-80.
Jana Jones, “The ‘linen list’ in Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt: text and textile reconciled”, in Textile Terminologies, 81-109.
Benjamin Foster, “Clothing in Sargonic Mesopotamia: Visual and written evidence”, in Textile Terminologies 110-145.
Maria Giovanna Biga, “Textiles in the Administrative Texts of the Royal Archives of Ebla (Syria, XXIV Century BC) with particular emphasis on Coloured Textiles”, in Textile Terminologies, 146-172.
Jacopo Pasquali, “Les noms sémitiques des tissus dans les textes d’Ebla”, in Textile Terminologies, 173-185.
Franco Pomponio, “New texts regarding the Neo-Sumerian textiles”, in Textile Terminologies, 186-200.
Hartmut Waetzoldt, “The Colours and Variety of Fabrics from Mesopotamia during the Ur III Period (2050 BC)”, in Textile Terminologies, 201-208.
Cécile Michel & Klaas R. Veenhof, “The Textiles traded by the Assyrians in Anatolia (19th-18th Centuries BC)”, in Textile Terminologies, 210-271.
Agnete Wisti Lassen, “Tools, procedures and profession: A review of the Akkadian textile terminology”, in Textile Terminologies, 272-282.
Anne-Claude Beaugeard, “Les textiles du Moyen-Euphrate à l’époque paléo-babylonienne d’après un ouvrage récent”, in Textile Terminologies, 283-289.
Matteo Vigo, “Linen in Hittite Inventory Texts”, in Textile Terminologies, 290-322.
Juan-Pablo Vita, “Textile terminology in the Ugaritic texts”, in Textile Terminologies, 323-337.
Maurizio del Freo, Marie-Louise Nosch & Françoise Rougemont, “The terminology of textiles in the Linear B tablets, including some considerations on Linear A logograms”, in Textile Terminologies, 338-373.
Eugenio Luján, “Mycenaean Textile Terminology at Work: The KN Lc(1)-tablets and the occupational nouns of the textile industry”, in Textile Terminologies, 374-387.
Pierre Villard, “Les textiles néo-assyriens et leurs couleurs”, in Textile Terminologies, 388-399.
Francis Joannès, “Textile terminology in the Neo-Babylonian documentation”, in Textile Terminologies, 400-408.
Stefan Zawadzki, “Garments in non-cultic context (Neo-Babylonian period)”, in Textile Terminologies, 409-429.
Miguel Angel Andres Toledo, “Some considerations about Vedic, Avestan and Indo-Iranian textile terminology”, in Textile Terminologies, 430-443.

Articles in journals

2010, Marie-Louise Nosch, “Les allocations de laine enregistrées dans les tablettes en Linéaire B de Thèbes”, Kadmos 48, 77-92. (PR)
2010, Ulla Mannering, Göran Possnert, Jan Heinemeier & Margarita Gleba, “Dating Danish textiles and skins from bog finds by 14C-AMS”, Journal of Archaeological Science 37, 261-268. (PR) (CO)
2010, Ulla Mannering, “Mand eller kvinde. Gør det en forskel?”, Arkæologisk Forum 22, 26-29. (PR)
2010, Ulla Mannering, Hans Rostholm & Lise Ræder Knudsen, “Pigen fra Hammerum”, in Skalk Nr. 5, 3-8. (CO) (PR)
2010, Ulla Mannering, “The Huldremose find. An Early Iron Age woman with an exceptional costume”, Fasciculi Archaeologiae Historicae XXIII, Lodz, Poland, 15-24. (PR)
2010, Margarita Gleba & Ulla Mannering, “A thread to the past: the Huldremose Woman revisited”, Archaeological Textiles Newsletter 51, 32-37.
2010, Ina Vanden Berghe, Margarita Gleba & Ulla Mannering “Towards the identification of dyestuffs in Early Iron Age Scandinavian peat bog textiles”, Journal of Archaeological Science 36, 1910-1921. (PR) (CO)
2010, Karin Margarita Frei, Ina Vanden Berghe, Robert Frei, Ulla Mannering & Henriette Lyngstrøm, “Removal of natural organic dyes from wool- implications for ancient textile provenance Studies”, Journal of Archaeological Science, V 37. 2135-2145. (PR) (CO)
2010, Eva Andersson Strand, Karin Frei, Margarita Gleba, Ulla Mannering, Marie-Louise Nosch & Irene Skals, “Old Textiles - New Possibilities”, European Journal of Archaeology V 13 (2), 149-173. (PR) (CO)
2010, C. Bergfjord, S. Karg, A. Rast-Eicher, M.-L. Nosch, U. Mannering, R. G. Allaby, B. M. Murphy, B. Holst, “Comment on ‘30,000-Year-Old Wild Flax Fibers’”, Science vol. 328, 25 June 2010, 1634. (CO) (PR)
2010, Judit Pasztokai-Szeöke, “Lóvakaró vagy szövőszerszám? Római kori fogazott vas szerszámok Pannonia területérő”, Alba Regia 39, 251-255.
2010, Judit Pasztokai-Szeöke, “Császármetszés-ábrázolások a római kori guzsalyokon”, Ókor 9.2, 34-39.

Articles in antologies

2010, Eva Andersson, Margarita Gleba, Ulla Mannering & Marianne Vedeler, “Early History of Costume and Fashion in the Nordic Countries”, in Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion, Berg Fashion Library Ltd, Oxford, Vol. 8, 72-78 (CO) (PR)
2010, Judit Pasztokai-Szeöke, “Taurinae – egy papucs a Taurini földjéről?” In: Gömöri J. – Kőrösi A. (szerk), Csont és bőr. Az állati eredetű nyersanyagok feldolgozásának története, régészete és néprajza/ Bone and Leather. History, Archaeology and Ethnography of Crafts Utilizing Raw Materials from Animals. Budapest, 175-182.
2010, Judit Pasztokai-Szeöke, László Borhy, Eszter Harsányi, Loránd Olivér Kovács, Zsófia Kurorszky, Myrtill Magyar, Anette Paetz Gen. Schieck, Emese Számadó társszerzőjeként, Római kori falfestmények Brigetióból. A komáromi Klapka György Múzeum római kori falfestményeinek katalógusa. Acta Archaeologica Brigetionensia Ser.I. Vol.3. A komáromi Klapka György Múzeum katalógusai XIV. Komárom (CO) (PR)

Articles in conference proceedings

2010, Eva Andersson Strand, Elena Felucca, Marie-Louise Nosch & Luca Peyronel “New Perspectives on the Bronze Age Textile Production in the Eastern Mediterranean. The First Results with Ebla as a Pilot Study”, in P. Matthiae, F. Pinnock, L. Nigro & N. Marchetti (eds) Proceedings of the 6th International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, Rome 5-10 May 2008, 159-176. (CO) (PR)

MA theses in archaeology

2010, Luise Ørsted Brandt, The survival of PCR-amplifiable DNA in sheep wool. A study evaluating the potentials for ancient DNA research, University of Copenhagen.

PhD dissertations

2010, Maj Ringgaard, Nedbrydningsfænomener i tekstiler fra omkring 1700 fundet i københavnske byudgravninger. University of Copenhagen.

2010, Karin Margarita Frei, Isotope-geochemical studies of Iron Age textiles from Danish peat bogs, tracing their sources. University of Copenhagen.

Other publications: reviews, introductions, dissemination of knowledge

2010, Cécile Michel, Marie-Louise Nosch, “Acknowledgements and research frameworks for the investigation of textile terminologies in the 3rd and 2nd millennia BC”, Cécile Michel & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds.), Textile Terminologies in the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean from the Third to the First Millennia BC, Ancient Textiles Series 8, vii-viii.
2010, Henriette Lyngstrøm, Martin Winther Olesen & Lone Gebauer Thomsen (eds) “Værkstedet, Smedens Rum 1. Arbejdsrapport fra det første seminar i netværket Smedens Rum, 14. oktober 2010”, Arkæologiske Skrifter 9. SAXO-Instituttet, Københavns Universitet.
2010, Marie-Louise Nosch & Ulla Mannering, The Danish National Research Foundations Centre for Textile Research 2005-2010, University of Copenhagen.

Research reports

2010, Eva Andersson Strand, Marie-Louise Nosch, and Joanne Cutler, Troia, Turkey. Technical Textile Tool Report. Tools and Textiles – Texts and Contexts Research Program. The Danish National Research Foundation’s Centre for Textile Research, University of Copenhagen.
2010, Joanne Cutler and Eva Andersson Strand, Technical report on textile tools, Mochlos 2, Crete.
2010, Joanne Cutler and Eva Andersson Strand, Technical report on textile tools, Chryssi, Crete.
2010, Joanne Cutler and Eva Andersson Strand, Strand, Technical report on textile tools, Papdiokampos, Crete.

Archaeological Textiles Newsletter (ATN)

2010, Archaeological Textiles Newsletter 50. Copenhagen.
2010, Archaeological Textiles Newsletter 51. Copenhagen.