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The first plant bast fibre technology: identifying splicing in archaeological textiles

Recent research into plant bast fibre technology points to a Neolithic European tradition of working fibres into threads by splicing, rather than draft spinning. The major issue now is the ability of textile specialists and archaeobotanists to distinguish the technology of splicing from draft-spun fibres. This paper defines the major types of splicing and proposes an explicit...

Production and Consumption: Textile Economy and Urbanisation in Mediterranean Europe 1000–500 BCE (PROCON)

survive under special conditions (micrograph: Margarita Gleba). Fig. 4  Mineralised textile preserved on a 7th-century BCE iron fibula from central Italy; even when minute, such traces provide ... important information about the technical aspects of the original textile, and what it was made of (micrograph: Margarita Gleba). Fig. 5  Scanning Electron Microscope image of an archaeological wool