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To include a comma in your tag, surround the tag with double quotes. Rylyn rated it it was amazing May 21, Barb rated it it was amazing Mar 02, Textile production in the villages.

Mark Allen rated it really liked it Oct 22, Sarah rated it it was amazing Dec 10, Matt Nicholas rated it it was amazing Jan 05, The book will be fully illustrated with reconstruction drawings and detailed finds drawings. May 24, Heather Jones rated it really clothh it.

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Drawing on the author’s 38 years of experience, and a database of 3, finds, it includes a review of the primary evidence from Anglo-Saxon cemeteries, where small fragments of the dead’s clothes have been preserved with brooches, pins and necklaces. Eve Cottrell rated it it was amazing Sep 16, Physical description xx, p. Contents Setting the scene. Then set up a personal list of libraries from your profile page by clicking on your user name at the top right of any screen.


This archaeological study of textiles and costume considers all aspects of early Anglo-Saxon clothing-how textiles were made in the early Anglo-Saxon settlements, how the cloth was fashioned into garments and the nature of the clasps and jewellery with which the clothes were worn.

From inside the book. These 5 locations in All: View all 4 comments. Skip to content Skip to search. Home This editionEnglish, Article, Report edition: Return to Book Page. Clothing and dress — England — History — Medieval, Council for British Archaeology, These 2 locations in Victoria: The volume is amply illustrated with line drawings of craft processes and reconstructions of individual costumes.

My main interest was in the part about the process of transforming flax into linen, and then the process of turning the linen into cloth, looms and weave design, etc, which was all at the front of the book so I did get to read the parts I cared about the most. Definitely a book that, if not directly aimed at, is certainly very conscious of the historic costumers in its readership. Phillip Waclawski rated it it was amazing Jun 17, Includes bibliographical references and index.

Cloth and Clothing in Early Anglo-Saxon England AD by Penelope Rogers

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. It focuses on clothing and jewellery and seeks to establish an evidence-based re-evaluation of the cultural and social significance of dress in Anglo-Saxon England.


State Library of NSW. The material brings together the author’s own primary research and database findings, as well as broader historical and archaeological work on textiles, dress fasteners, and craft and production evidence from Britain and the Continent.

Cloth and Clothing in Early Anglo-Saxon England AD 450-700

Subjects Textile fabrics, Ancient — England. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Open to the public R N None of your libraries hold this item. Council for British Archaeology, Anglo-Saxons — Clothing — England.

Much technical detail about the techniques of making it and the way of wearing it, the archeological evidence, the weaves, etc. Paperbackpages. Regional styles of dress, the social and cultural meaning behind changing fashions, the role of women in textile production, and Scandinavian and Continental influences help to place the study in its broader historical and archaeological context.

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Very useful and informative. Publication date Series CBA research report ; no. John Ervin rated it it was amazing Oct 15, Susan Levitt rated it it was amazing Feb 02, Based on the study of dress evidence from early medieval cemeteries, this is an archaeology study of Anglo-Saxon textiles and decoration.