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Towards the identification of dyestuffs in Early Iron Age Scandinavian peat bog textiles.

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Towards the identification of dyestuffs in Early Iron Age Scandinavian peat bog textiles. / Mannering, Ulla; Gleba, Margarita; Vanden Berghe, Ina.

In: Journal of Archaeological Science, Vol. 36, 2009, p. 1910-1921.

Research output: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

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Mannering, U, Gleba, M & Vanden Berghe, I 2009, 'Towards the identification of dyestuffs in Early Iron Age Scandinavian peat bog textiles.' Journal of Archaeological Science, vol 36, pp. 1910-1921.

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Mannering, U., Gleba, M., & Vanden Berghe, I. (2009). Towards the identification of dyestuffs in Early Iron Age Scandinavian peat bog textiles. Journal of Archaeological Science, 36, 1910-1921.

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Mannering U, Gleba M, Vanden Berghe I. Towards the identification of dyestuffs in Early Iron Age Scandinavian peat bog textiles. Journal of Archaeological Science. 2009;36:1910-1921.

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Mannering, Ulla ; Gleba, Margarita ; Vanden Berghe, Ina. / Towards the identification of dyestuffs in Early Iron Age Scandinavian peat bog textiles.In: Journal of Archaeological Science. 2009 ; Vol. 36. pp. 1910-1921

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RIS

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KW - Early Iron Age

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