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Links for you on this sunny monday! The Chartered Institute for Archaeologists has issued a statement about the EU referendum and its outcome. Apart from this statement, the whole page is an interesting place to have a look around, if … Continue reading

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Here’s another hodgepodge of things you will hopefully find interesting: Springer has an ebook sale until August 1, where you can buy all books from the archive (from between 1842-2004) for 9,99 € with a coupon code. It is valid … Continue reading

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Textile terminology, as many of you will probably know, can be a never-ending headache. Especially when you are looking at texts in a foreign language. Consequently, there have been a few attempts at making glossaries or catalogues; sometimes, there is … Continue reading

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This time, though, it’s a German book – but if you can read a little German, or if you are interested in early Byzantine fabrics and textiles, it is definitely worth a look: Petra Linscheid has analysed and catalogued all … Continue reading

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My dear friend and colleague Karina Grömer has done it again – she has a new book out: K. Grömer (with contributions by Regina Hofmann-de Keijzer and Helga Rösel-Mautendorfer) 2016: The Art of Prehistoric Textile Making – The development of … Continue reading

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You’re getting a late blogpost today because I had slow internet today, and it even ate a half-written post… but you are getting one, and it is one with free stuff! (Very fitting for the season…) First of all, as … Continue reading

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Aarhus University Press has a long list of books in their catalogue, and they include Else Oestergaard’s “Woven into the Earth”, the wonderful book about the garment finds from Greenland. They also have a monthly campaign of one e-book that … Continue reading

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