Everything but the leather. The search for tanneries in Flemmish archaeology

TitelEverything but the leather. The search for tanneries in Flemmish archaeology
PublicatietypeBijdrage in boek
AuteursErvynck, A
EditorThomson, R, Mould, Q
Titel van het BoekLeather tanneries. The archaeological evidence
UitgeverArchetype publications
ISBN Nummer9781904982616
TrefwoordenLeder, Leer

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    Quita Mould and Roy Thomson
  • An introduction from the perspective of a field archaeologist
    Roy and Diana Friendship-Taylor
  • Skin, leather and tanning - some definitions
    Roy Thomson
  • Plant and invertebrate indicators of leather production - from fresh skin to leather offcuts
    Allan Hall and Harry Kenward
  • Have we got leather waste from a tannery?
    Quita Mould
  • Tanning with traditional tools and techniques - Inuit, American Indian and Sami people
    Lotta Rahme
  • Traditional leather tanning in central Sudan
    Lucy Skinner
  • Preparing skins in prehistory - a review of evidence and approaches
    Susanna Harris
  • Are we missing something? The elusive tanneries of the Roman period
    Carol van Driel-Murray
  • A question of tannage - leather from Anglo-Saxon contexts
    Esther Cameron
  • Have we got a parchmenerie? Identifying parchment making at a dry-preserved site: the evidence from Portmahomack, Tarbatness, Ross-shire
    Cecily A. Spall
  • Everything but the leather - the search for tanneries in Flemish archaeology
    Anton Ervynck
  • Late medieval to early post-medieval tanning - the evidence from Northampton and its wider implications
    Michael Shaw
  • Tanning and related industries in Birmingham, 1200-1800
    Stephanie Rátkai
  • Was there a leather tanyard at Rye?
    Lawrence Stevens, with a contribution from Quita Mould
  • The leather-production industry in Bermondsey - the archaeological evidence
    Kevin Rielly
  • Can we identify a tannery from waste products? Evidence from Sussex
    Patricia Stevens
  • Hide and seek - some thoughts on identifying tannery structures
    Helen Gomersall
  • Citation KeyErvynck:2011aa