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CTR Publications 2012

       PR= peer reviewed
       CO= with co-authors outside CTR

Books

  1. 2012, Catherine Breniquet, Margareta Tengberg, Eva Andersson Strand & Marie-Louise Nosch (eds), Préhistoire des Textiles au Proche-Orient/ Prehistory of Textiles in the Near East. Paléorient 38.1-2 – 2012 Pluridisciplinaire Review of Prehistory and Protohistory of Southwestern and Central Asia. CNRS edition, Paris. (PR) (CO)
  2. 2012, Mary Harlow (ed.), Dress and Identity. Oxford. (PR)
  3. 2012, Mary Harlow and Lena Larsson Loven (eds), Families in the Imperial and Late Antique Roman Worlds. London. (CO)
  4. 2012, Marie-Louise Nosch and Robert Laffineur (eds), KOSMOS. Jewellery, Adornment and Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age. 13th international Aegean conference held at Copenhagen, April 2010/13eme rencontre égénne, Copenhague, avril 2010. Aegaeum 33. Liege. (PR) (CO)

CTR Anthologies

2012, Marie-Louise Nosch (ed.), Wearing the Cloak: Dressing the Soldier in Roman Times, Ancient Textiles Series 10, Oxford. (PR)

CONTENTS:

  1. Marie-Louise Nosch & Henriette Koefoed, “Introduction and Acknowledgements”, in Wearing the Cloak, v-vii.
  2. Michael Speidel, “Dressed for the Occasion. Clothes and Context in the Roman Army”, in Wearing the Cloak, 1-12.
  3. Kerstin Droß-Krüpe, “Purchase Orders of Military Garments from Papyri of Roman Egypt”, in Wearing the Cloak, 13-18.
  4. Jinyu Liu, "Clothing Supply for the Military. A Look at the Inscriptional Evidence", in Wearing the Cloak, 19-28.
  5. Stefanie Hoss, “The Roman Military Belt”, in Wearing the Cloak, 29-44.
  6. Margarita Gleba, “Linen-clad Etruscan Warriors”, in Wearing the Cloak, 45-55.
  7. Hero Granger Taylor, “Fragments of Linen from Masada, Israel – the Remnants of Pteryges? – and Related Finds in Weft- and Warp-twining including several Slings”, in Wearing the Cloak, 56-84.
  8. Annette Paetz gen. Schieck, “A Late Roman Painting of an Egyptian Officer and the Layers of its Perception. On the Relation between Images and Textile Finds”, in Wearing the Cloak, 85-108.
  9. Susan Möller-Wiering, “Warrior Costumes in Iron Age Weapon Deposits”, in Wearing the Cloak, 109-116.
  10. Graham Sumner, “Painting a Reconstruction of the Deir el-Medineh Portrait on a Painted Shroud and other Soldiers from Roman Egypt”, in Wearing the Cloak, 117-127.



2012, Margarita Gleba & Ulla Mannering (eds), Textiles and Textile Production in Europe from Prehistory to AD 400, Ancient Textiles Series 11, Oxford. (PR)

CONTENTS:

  1. Margarita Gleba & Ulla Mannering, “Introduction: Textile Preservation, Analysis and Technology”, in Textiles and Textile Production in Europe, 1-24.
  2. Karina Grömer, “Austria: Bronze and Iron Ages”, in Textiles and Textile Production in Europe, 27-64.
  3. Kordula Gostenčnik, “Austria: Roman Period”, in Textiles and Textile Production in Europe, 65-88.
  4. Ulla Mannering, Margarita Gleba & Marianne Bloch Hansen, "Denmark", in Textiles and Textile Production in Europe, 91-118.
  5. Susan Möller-Wiering, “Germany: Bronze and Pre-Roman Iron Ages”, in Textiles and Textile Production in Europe, 122-138.
  6. Johanna Banck-Burgess, “Case Study: The Textiles from the Princely Burial at Eberdingen-Hochdorf, Germany”, in Textiles and Textile Production in Europe, 139-150.
  7. Susan Möller-Wiering & Julian Subbert, “Germany: Roman Iron Age”, in Textiles and Textile Production in Europe, 153-181.
  8. Youlie Spantidaki & Christophe Moulherat, “Greece”, in Textiles and Textile Production in Europe, 185-200.
  9. Marta Bazzanella, “Italy: Bronze Age”, in Textiles and Textile Production in Europe, 203-213.
  10. Margarita Gleba, “Italy: Iron Age”, in Textiles and Textile Production in Europe, 214-241.
  11. Annemarie Stauffer, “Case Study: The Textiles from Verucchio, Italy”, in Textiles and Textile Production in Europe, 242-253.
  12. Lise Ræder Knudsen, “Case Study: The Tablet-Woven Worders of Verucchio”, in Textiles and Textile Production in Europe, 254-263.
  13. Irita Zeiere, “Latvia”, in Textiles and Textile Production in Europe, 266-272.
  14. Sunniva Halvorsen, “Norway”, in Textiles and Textile Production in Europe, 275-290.
  15. Jerzy Maik, “Poland”, in Textiles and Textile Production in Europe, 293-303.
  16. Tereza Belanová-Štolcová, “Slovak and Czech Republics”, in Textiles and Textile Production in Europe, 306-331.
  17. Carmen Alfaro, “Spain”, in Textiles and Textile Production in Europe, 334-346.
  18. Mari-Louise Franzén, Eva Lundwall, Amica Sundström & Eva Andersson Strand, ”Sweden”, in Textiles and Textile Production in Europe, 349-364.
  19. Fabienne Médard, “Switzerland: Neolithic Period”, in Textiles and Textile Production in Europe, 367-377.
  20. Antoinette Rast-Eicher, “Switzerland: Bronze and Iron Ages“, in Textiles and Textile Production in Europe, 378-396.
  21. Margarita Gleba & Tatjana Krupa, ”Ukraine”, in Textiles and Textile Production in Europe, 399-425.
  22. Elizabeth Wincott Heckett, “Scotland and Ireland”, in Textiles and Textile Production in Europe, 428-442.
  23. Dee DeRoche, “England: Bronze and Iron Ages”, in Textiles and Textile Production in Europe, 444-450.
  24. John Peter Wild, “England: Roman Period”, in Textiles and Textile Production in Europe, 451-456.

Articles in journals

  1. 2012, Eva Andersson Strand, “The textile chaîne opératoire: using a multidisciplinary approach to textile archaeology with a focus on the Ancient Near East”, in C. Breniquet, M. Tengberg, E. Andersson Strand & M.-L. Nosch (eds), Préhistoire des Textiles au Proche-Orient/ Prehistory of Textiles in the Near East. Paléorient 38.1-2 – 2012 Pluridisciplinaire Review of Prehistory and Protohistory of Southwestern and Central Asia, 21-40. (PR)
  2. 2012, Eva Andersson Strand, ”Fra fiber til stof – tekstilredskaber og tekstilteknologi”, Sfinx 35 NR 1, Tema tekstiler, 4-8.
  3. 2012, Ellen Bangsbo, “Allo – a sustainable nettle textile in Nepal”, Nepal Vision, vol. 21(1), 24–26.
  4. 2012, Christian Bergfjord, Ulla Mannering, Karin M. Frei, Margarita Gleba, Anne. B. Scharff, Irene Skals, Jan Heinemeier, Marie-Louise Nosch & Bodil Holst, “Nettle as a distinct Bronze Age textile plant”, Scientific Reports 2012, 2 : 664 | DOI: 10.1038/srep00664. (CO) (PR)
  5. 2012, Cecilie Brøns, ”Kult og klæder – Tekstiler i de græske helligdomme”, Sfinx 35 NR 1, Tema tekstiler, 13-17.
  6. 2012, Cecilie Brøns, “Dress and Identity in Iron Age Italy. Fibulas as indicators of age and biological sex, and the identification of Dress and Garments”, Babesch 87, 45-68. (PR)
  7. 2012, Camilla Luise Dahl, En kræmmerkones varelager i Malmø i år 1569, Elbogen 2011.
  8. 2012, Camilla Luise Dahl, Stribede hovedduge i Østerlars, Herolden årg. 16, nr. 1, 14-19.
  9. 2012, Camilla Luise Dahl & Esther Grølsted, “A 17th Century Woman’s Cap from Haarby Church, Denmark”, Archaeological Textiles Review 54, 72-78. (CO) (PR)
  10. 2012, Karin Margarita Frei & Douglas Price, “Bio available strontium isotopic values in Denmark: - Baseline study”, Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, V 4, Issue 2, 103-114. (CO) (PR)
  11. 2012, Richard Firth, “túg|NÍG.SAG.LAL.SAL|: A Headband written using a logogram,” Archaeological Textiles Review 54, 57-61. (PR)
  12. 2012, Richard Firth & Marie-Louise Nosch, “Spinning and Weaving Wool in Ur III Administrative Texts”, Journal of Cuneiform Studies 64, 67-84. (PR)
  13. 2012, Mary Harlow, “Shopping med Diokletians prisedikt”, Sfinx 35 NR 1, Tema tekstiler, 28-32.
  14. 2012, Berit Hildebrandt, ”Optrevling af Kleopatras hemmelighed”, Sfinx 35 NR 1, Tema tekstiler, 24-27.
  15. 2012, Karsten Jensen, Anne Lisbeth Schmidt & Annette H. Petersen, “Analysis of Traditional Historical Clothing: Automated Production of a Two-Dimensional Pattern”,.Archaeometry, DOI: 10.1111/j.1475-4754.2021.00722.x. 1-19. (CO) (PR)
  16. 2012, Michael A. Langkjær, “Vampirical Stick Pins, Deleuzian Folds, Noir Pastiches and other Wearability Conundrums: Fashion in Film”, Catwalk: The Journal of Fashion, Beauty and Style vol. 1, no. 1, 91-99. (PR)
  17. 2012, Michael A. Langkjær, “Black to Black. Dve chërnye korolevy: S´yuzi S´yu i Zhanel´ Moné [Two mistresses of black: Siouxsie Sioux and Janelle Monáe]”, Teorija Mody. Odezda, telo, kul´tura/Fashion Theory Russia. The Journal of Dress, Body & Culture 24, 163-175.
  18. 2012, Marie-Louise Nosch, ”Den mykenske tekstilproduktion i paladsøkonomien 1400-1200 f.v.t.”, Sfinx 35 NR 1, Tema tekstiler, 9-12.
  19. 2012, Kristian Ryder Thomsen & Mathias Londin Larsen, “Mathematical Image Analysis on Historical Textiles”, Archaeological Textiles Review 54, 30-38. (CO) (PR)

Articles in anthologies

  1. 2012, Mary Harlow, “Roman Children and Childhood and the Perception of Heritage”, in K. Darian Smith & C. Pascoe (eds), Children, Childhood and Cultural Heritage. London, 144-58.
  2. 2012, Mary Harlow, “Death and the Maiden”, in M. Carroll and J. P. Wild (eds), Dressing the Dead. Amberley, 148-157. (PR)
  3. 2012, Mary Harlow, “Dressing to please themselves: clothing choices for Roman women”, in M. Harlow (ed.), Dress and Identity. Oxford, 37-46. (PR)
  4. 2012, Mary Harlow & Carole Callow, “Left-over Romans: the Life Course in the Late Antique West”, in M. Harlow and L. Larsson Lovén (eds), Families in the Imperial and Late Antique Roman Worlds. Continuum, 221-37. (CO)
  5. 2012, Mary Harlow & Ray Laurence, “Viewing the Old: recording and respecting the elderly at Rome and in the Empire”, in K. Mustakallio (ed), De Senectute et Mortis: Ideals and Attitudes towards Old Age and Death in Antiquity and Middle Ages. Tournhout, 3-27. (PR) (CO)
  6. 2012, Michael A. Langkjær, “Not Entirely Subversive: 'Rock Military Style' from Hendrix to Destiny's Child”, in J. L. Foltyn (ed.), Fashions: Exploring Fashions through Culture, Critical Issues. Oxford, 193-227.
  7. 2012, Michael A. Langkjær, “Rock Military Style: Motivations Behind the Military Look of 1960s Rock Musicians”, in P. McNeil & L. Wallenberg (eds), Nordic Fashion Studies. Stockholm, 271-291.
  8. 2012, Cecile Michel, “L’alimentation au Proche-Orient ancien: les sources et leur exploitation”, in B. Lion (ed.), L’histoire de l’alimentation dans l’Antiquité: Bilan historiographique, Dialogues d’Histoire Ancienne Supplément 7. Besançon, 17-45.
  9. 2012, Cecile Michel, “Se restaurer en route en haute Mésopotamie et Anatolie au début du IIe millénaire avant J.-C.”, in L. Milano (ed.), Paleonutrition and Food Practices in the Ancient Near East: Towards a Multidisciplinary Approach (HANE/M XII), Padua: S.A.R.G.O.N, 249-267.
  10. 2012, Dalia. A. Pokutta & Karin Margarita Frei, “Isotopic study of Szczepankowice Early Bronze Age barrow burial ground (southwestern Poland)”, Silesia Antiqua, V 47, 71-93. (CO) (PR)

Articles in conference proceedings

  1. 2012, Eva Andersson Strand, “From spindle whorls and loom weights to fabrics in the Bronze Age Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean”, in M.-L. Nosch & R. Laffineur (eds), KOSMOS. Jewellery, Adornment and Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age. 13th international Aegean conference held at Copenhagen, April 2010/13eme rencontre égéenne, Copenhague, avril 2010. Aegaeum 33, 207-214. (PR)
  2. 2012, Marta Guzowska, Ralf Becks & Eva Andersson Strand, “”She was weaving a great web”. Textiles in Troia”, in M.-L.Nosch & R. Laffineur (eds), KOSMOS. Jewellery, Adornment and Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age. 13th international Aegean conference held at Copenhagen, April 2010/13eme rencontre égéenne, Copenhague, avril 2010. Aegaeum 33, 107-112. (CO) (PR)
  3. 2012, Ulla Lund Hansen, “The Early Roman Painted glass from Zaborów, Poland”, in D. Ignatiadou & A. Antonaras (eds), Annales du 18e Congrès de l’Association Internationale pour l’Histoire du Verre. Thessaloniki 2009. Thessaloniki, 217-223.
  4. 2012, Michael A. Langkjær, “A case of misconstrued Rock Military Style: Mick Jagger and his Evzone "little girl's party frock" fustanella, Hyde Park, July 5, 1969”, Endymatologika/4. Endyesthai (To Dress). Historical, sociological and methodological approaches. Conference Proceedings, Athens, 9-11 April 2010. Nafplion: Peloponnesiako Laographiko Hidryma/Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, 111-119.
  5. 2012, Susanne Lervad, Pascaline Dury & Marie-Louise Nosch, “Verbal and Non-Verbal configurations of textiles: a diachronic study”, Conférence TOTh 2011. Terminologie & Ontologie : Théories et applications, Annecy, 26 - 27 mai 2011, 201-220. (CO) (PR)
  6. 2012, Marie-Louise Nosch, “The Textile Logograms in the Linear B Tablets: Les idéogrammes archéologiques – des textiles“, in P. Carlier, C. De Lamberterie, M. Egetmeyer, N. Guilleux, F. Rougemont & J. Zurbach (eds), Études mycéniennes 2010. Actes du XIII[e] colloque international sur les textes égéens, Sèvres, Paris, Nanterre, 20-23 septembre 2010, 305-346.
  7. 2012, Cecile Michel, “Les lettres des rois d’Aššur découvertes à Kaniš (xixe siècle av. J.-C.)“, in S. Procházka, L. Reinfandt, S. Tost & K. Wagensonner (eds), Official Epistolography and the Language(s) of Power. Proceedings of the 1st Conference of the NFN ‘Imperium and Officium’, University of Vienna, 10-12 November 2010, Vienna.
  8. 2012, Marie-Louise Nosch, “From Texts to Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age”, in Marie-Louise Nosch & Robert Laffineur (eds) KOSMOS. Jewellery, Adornment and Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age. 13th international Aegean conference held at Copenhagen, April 2010/13eme rencontre égénne, Copenhague, avril 2010. Aegaeum 33, 43-56. (PR)
  9. 2012, Anne Lisbeth Schmidt, “Skin Clothing from the North”, in H. Gulløv, P. A. Toft & C. Polke Hansgaard (eds), Northern Worlds – Report from workshop 2 at the National Museum, 1 November 2011, 205-208.

Other publications: reviews, introductions, dissemination of knowledge

  1. 2012, Lotte Hedeager & Kristian Kristiansen, “Foreword”, in Margarita Gleba and Ulla Mannering (eds), Textiles and Textile Production in Europe from Prehistory to AD 400, Ancient Textiles Series 11, Oxford , v.
  2. 2012, Margarita Gleba & Ulla Mannering, “Preface”, in Margarita Gleba and Ulla Mannering (eds), Textiles and Textile Production in Europe from Prehistory to AD 400, Ancient Textiles Series 11, Oxford , vi-vii.
  3. 2012, Eva Andersson Strand, Catherine Breniquet, Marie-Louise Nosch & Margareta Tengberg, “Introduction”, in C. Breniquet, M. Tengberg, E. Andersson Strand & M.-L. Nosch (eds), Préhistoire des Textiles au Proche-Orient/ Prehistory of Textiles in the Near East. Paléorient 38.1-2 – 2012 Pluridisciplinaire Review of Prehistory and Protohistory of Southwestern and Central Asia. Paris,13-20. (CO)
  4. 2012, Luise Ørsted Brandt, ”Hvornår fik fåret sin uld?”, in H. Lyngstrøm, O. T. Kastrup, A. S. Jørgensen & B. Storgaard (eds), Mellem det ufattelige og det håndgribelige. - 18 arkæologiske essays, SAXO-Instituttet. København, 39-44.
  5. 2012, Cecilie Brøns, Peder Flemestad & Marie-Louise Nosch, ”Bagsiden”, Sfinx 35 NR 1, Tema tekstiler, 40.
  6. 2012, Ellen Harlizius-Klück, „Pepita oder Hahnentritt. Auf der Suche nach einer Definition“, in Das Pepita-Virus. Herstellung & Verbreitung eines Stoffmusters, exhibition catalogue, Bramsche: Tuchmachermuseum, 18-27.
  7. 2012, Ellen Harlizius-Klück & Annette Hülsenbeck, „Das Pepita-Virus. Eine Parodie“, in Das Pepita-Virus. Herstellung & Verbreitung eines Stoffmusters, exhibition catalogue, Bramsche: Tuchmachermuseum, 66-73.
  8. 2012, Mary Harlow, “Dress and identity: an introduction”, in M. Harlow (ed), Dress and Identity, Archeopress: Oxford, 1-6.
  9. 2012, Mary Harlow & Lena Larsson Lovén, “Introduction: Looking Forward”, in M. Harlow & L. Larsson Lovén (eds), Families in the Imperial and Late Antique Roman Worlds, Continuum, 1-6.
  10. 2012, Tove E. Mathiassen, ”Flärdens historik”, Vävmagasinet 3.
  11. 2012, Tove E. Mathiassen, “Shoes and Accessories”, Exhibition catalogue for the exhibition Fashion and luxury in the 18th century in Den Gamle By (The Old Town).
  12. 2012, Cecile Michel, 11 entries published in M. Streck (dir.), Reallexikon der Assyriologie, vol. XIII/3/4-5/6 “Šubartu“, 225-227, “Šubat-Šamaš“, 236-237, “Šubram“, 238-239, “Suhlāmu“, 262, “Šukru-Teššub“, 268-269, “Sulili“, 282, “Sumu-B/Marah“, 301, “Sumu-la-nasi“, 305, “Šu-Ninua“, 315, “Šunuhra-hālu“, 315-316, “Ṣuprum“, 322-323.
  13. 2012, Marie-Louise Nosch, “Review of Prähistorische Textilkunst by K. Grömer”, Bryn Mawr classical review.
  14. 2012, Marie-Louise Nosch & Robert Laffineur, “Preface“, in M.-L. Nosch & R. Laffineur (eds), KOSMOS. Jewellery, Adornment and Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age. 13th international Aegean conference held at Copenhagen, April 2010/13eme rencontre égénne, Copenhague, avril 2010. Aegaeum 33, vii-viii.
  15. 2012, Johan Zimsen, Textile & Photography vol. I-IV. Copenhagen.
  16. 2012, Luise Ørsted Brandt, ”Fra nøgne får til uldne dragter. DNA-analyse i tekstilforskningen”, Fund og Fortid no. 4, 4-6.
  17. 2012, Camilla Luise Dahl, ”Varia: Tre sømandsskifter fra København”, Dragtjournalen. Tidsskrift for Dragtpuljen og Dragt.dk Årg. 6 nr. 8, 64-67.
  18. 2012, Ulla Mannering, ”Dragt og design”, Fund & Fortid No. 1, 4-7.
  19. 2012, Ulla Mannering, ”Guldgubber og dragt”, Fund & Fortid No. 3, 10-13.
  20. 2012, Maj Ringgaard and Camilla Louise Dahl, ”Stofbog 1759 i Trondheim”, Dragtjournalen. Tidsskrift for Dragtpuljen og Dragt.dk Årg. 6 nr. 8, 55-62.

Web-published research reports (all PR)

  1. 2012, Camilla Luise Dahl, “Epitaph with depiction of pearl studded cap 1582, Fashioning the Early Modern: Object in Focus”, http://www.fashioningtheearlymodern.ac.uk/object-in-focus/pearl-studded-cap/
  2. Luise Ørsted Brandt, “Analyse af ancient DNA”, contribution to the Manual for scientific analyses of archaeological material available at the homepage of the Association of Natural Sciences within Archaeology NatArk, http://www.natark.dk/temaark/dna
  3. 2012, Karin Margarita Frei, co-developer of the Manual for scientific analyses of archaeological material available at the homepage of the Association of Natural Sciences within Archaeology NatArk, http://www.natark.dk/manual
  4. 2012, Karin Margarita Frei, “Strontiumisotoper for proveniensbestemmelse”, contribution to the Manual for scientific analyses of archaeological material available at the homepage of the Association of Natural Sciences within Archaeology NatArk, http://www.natark.dk/temaark/strontiumisotoper-proveniensbestemmelse
  5. 2012, Camilla Luise Dahl & Maj Ringgaard, “The probate of Hans Dinesen and his wives, Denmark, 1584-1586”, http://www.fashioningtheearlymodern.ac.uk/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/Probate-records-MR-CLD.pdf
  6. 2012, Cecile Michel, “Old Assyrian Tablets from Charles University in Prague”, Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative, http://cdli.ucla.edu/collections/prague/prague_en.html

Archaeological Textiles Review (ATR)

  1. Eva Andersson Strand, Margarita Gleba, Susanna Harris, Ulla Mannering (eds), Archaeological Textiles Review 54, Copenhagen.