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Textiles & Clothing (Medieval Finds from Excavations in London) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Elisabeth Crowfoot
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Juni 1991 Medieval Finds from Excavations in London
Many medieval textiles have been found in archaeological digs in London recently, revealing the wide range of clothes available to Londoners at that time. Finds include tapestries, knitting, silk hairnets and patterned oriental, Islamic and Italian fabrics. Exquisite buttons, buttonholes and edgings display superb craftsmanship and a high level of needlework skills. The authors examine the way that clothes were cut and sewn, and survey these discoveries, providing new insights into the fashions, clothing and textile industries of medieval England and Europe. This book should be interesting to archaeologists and historians and anybody requiring information on period costume.

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  • Taschenbuch: 233 Seiten
  • Verlag: Stationery Office Books (Juni 1991)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0112904459
  • ISBN-13: 978-0112904458
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 25,6 x 18,6 x 1,8 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 831.904 in Englische Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Englische Bücher)
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A model of clarity, and copiously illustrated with photographs and diagrams. It provides absolutely essential reference material for the dress historian and archaeologist, for the early textile specialist, and those interested in the tools and equipment used. TOOL AND TRADES HISTORY SOCIETY NEWSLETTER (Linda Woolley, curator of early and medieval textiles and dress, V&A Museum) Highly readable... I particularly like the 'how to' section, and the inclusion of patter lay-outs. FINDS RESEARCH GROUP -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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Many medieval textiles have been found in archaeological digs in London recently, revealing the wide range of clothes available to Londoners at that time. Finds include tapestries, knitting, silk hairnets and patterned oriental, Islamic and Italian fabrics. Exquisite buttons, buttonholes and edgings display superb craftsmanship and a high level of needlework skills. The authors examine the way that clothes were cut and sewn, and survey these discoveries, providing new insights into the fashions, clothing and textile industries of medieval England and Europe. This book should be interesting to archaeologists and historians and anybody requiring information on period costume.

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This is another of the brilliantly conceived and carried out, detailed works of the Medieval Period but out by the Museum of London. Dress Accessories; The Medieval Household : Daily Living c.1150-c.1450 (Medieval Finds from Excavations in London) and Shoes and Pattens : Finds from Medieval Excavations in London (Medieval Finds from Excavations in London) by Francis Grew, go with this book. They are worth every penny. They will bore the average reader, so they are really geared for the serious student, researcher or writers.
They start with excavations, and then go into the technique used to produce textiles - wool, hair, linen, silk, dyes an the looms. They show you actual pieces of material in very close up detail so you actually see the weave, in some cases they should the reconstructed "how it really appeared".
This is simply the best book on the subject and a must for Historical writers of this period.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Textiles & Clothing - Excellent resource! 7. Mai 2000
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Textiles & Clothing is an Excellent resource for all who are interested in historic research of Textiles and Clothing. The book shows detailed pictures of artifacts excavated from London as well as reconstructive drawings showing weave and knitting structures. This is book 4 of the series. Others in series - Knives & Scabbards; Dress Accessories; Shoes & Pattens. All are great reference books.
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Yes, this is it. This series of books (4 so far) is the bible as far as historical recreation is concerned. Yes, it is wonderfully detailed. Yes, it has great examples of how to make/cut/do a lot of clothing related details.. but to quote another historical author "Sometimes the Museum of London folks are just flying kites".
Take, for example, the pattern and redrawing of the fitted 14th century dress. The pattern given in MOL:T&C is from one of the Greenland tunics. In fact, according to Robin Netherton, it's a redrawing of tunic that the is attributed as a man's tunic that isn't particularly fitted. There just isn't enough evidence to say that a tunic from Greenland is a good indication of fashion in mainland Europe.
That said, this is a fantastic resource. It should be in every recreationists library. But reader beware not everything in it is exactly 100% accurate.
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Focusing on the excavations of clothing and textile reminants of Mediaeval London, this book reveals the vast range of fabrics available in Mediaeval London. The book also looks at the weaves of textiles, the craftmanship and needlework skills. This book is definately an interesting read for historians, re-enactors, and costume enthusiasts.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Textiles & Clothing - Excellent resource! 7. Mai 2000
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Textiles & Clothing is an Excellent resource for all who are interested in historic research of Textiles and Clothing. The book shows detailed pictures of artifacts excavated from London as well as reconstructive drawings showing weave and knitting structures. This is book 4 of the series. Others in series - Knives & Scabbards; Dress Accessories; Shoes & Pattens. All are great reference books.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen another super that is a must for writers of the period 6. August 2005
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This is another of the brilliantly conceived and carried out, detailed works of the Medieval Period but out by the Museum of London. Dress Accessories; The Medieval Household : Daily Living c.1150-c.1450 (Medieval Finds from Excavations in London) and Shoes and Pattens : Finds from Medieval Excavations in London (Medieval Finds from Excavations in London) by Francis Grew, go with this book. They are worth every penny. They will bore the average reader, so they are really geared for the serious student, researcher or writers.

They start with excavations, and then go into the technique used to produce textiles - wool, hair, linen, silk, dyes an the looms. They show you actual pieces of material in very close up detail so you actually see the weave, in some cases they should the reconstructed "how it really appeared".

This is simply the best book on the subject and a must for Historical writers of this period.
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