By Arthur MacGregor
Artefacts made up of skeletal fabrics because the Roman interval have been, prior to this e-book, ignored as a significant quarter of research. it is a accomplished account which experiences over fifty different types of artefact. The publication starts off with a attention of the formation, morphology and mechanical homes of the fabrics and illuminates features referring to operating with them. Following chapters speak about the enterprise of the and exchange in such goods, together with the altering prestige of the through the years. Archaeological facts is mixed with that from historic and ethnological assets, with many illustrations offering key visible reference. initially released in 1985.
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Bone, Antler, Ivory and Horn: The Technology of Skeletal Materials Since the Roman Period: Volume 14 (Routledge Library Editions: Archaeology) by Arthur MacGregor