Magdalena Wo┼║niak
November 25, 2019

General reading about textiles and textile studies:
WILD J.P., Textiles in Archaeology, Princes Risborough, Shire Publications, 1988.
BARBER E.J.W., Prehistoric Textiles: the Development of Cloth in the Neolithic and Bronze Ages with Special Reference to the Aegean, Princeton, 1992.
BENDER-JORGENSEN L.,"The World According to Textiles", in Gillis C., Nosch M.L. (eds), Ancient Textiles, production, craft and society, Oxford, Oxbow Books, 2007, 7-12.
ANDERSSON STRAND E. et al., "Old Textiles - New Possibilities", European Journal of Archaeology 13(2) (2010), 149-173.

The reference book for dyes is CARDON D., Natural Dyes: Sources, Tradition, Technology and Science, Archetype, 2007.

For fibre identification see RAST-EICHER A., Fibres: microscopy of archaeological textiles and furs, Budapest, Archaeolingua, 2016.

Specialised litterature about Textiles in Sudanese Archaeology:
CROWFOOT G.M., "Spinning and Weaving in the Sudan", Sudan Notes and Records 4 (1921), 21-39.
CROWFOOT G.M., Methods of Hand Spinning in Egypt and the Sudan, Bankfield Museum Note n. 12 (second serie), Halifax, 1931.
BERGMAN I., Late Nubian Textiles, SJE 8, Scandinavian Univesrity Books, 1975.
MAYER-THURMAN C.C., WILLIAMS B. (eds), Ancient Textiles from Nubia, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, 1979.
ADAMS N.K., "Textile Materials and Weaves: Dress and Ornamentation" chapter in ADAMS W.Y., Qasr Ibrim. The Late Medieval Period, EES Excavation Memoir 59, London, 1996, 160-170.
CROWFOOT E.G., Qasr Ibrim. The Textiles from the Cathedral Cemetery, EES Excavation Memoir 96, London, 2011.
YVANEZ E., "Clothing the elite? Patterns of textile production and consumption in Ancient Sudan and Nubia", in Ulanowska A., Siennicka M. and Grupa M. (eds), Dynamics and Organisation of Textile Production in Past Societies in Europe and the Mediterranean, Fasciculi Archaeologiae Historicae 31 (2018), 81-92.