TEXTILES FROM HALLSTATT

TEXTILES FROM HALLSTATT

Weaving Culture in Bronze Age and Iron Age Salt Mines

Gewebte Kultur aus dem bronze- und eisenzeitlichen Salzbergwerk

Main Series 29

Editors: Karina Grömer, Anton Kern, Hans Reschreiter and Helga Rösel-Mautendorfer

Archaeolingua, 2013

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The salt mine of Hallstatt is home to more than 700 individual textile fragments, whichmakes it the largest corpus of prehistoric textile finds in Europe (next to the textiles from the Dürrnberg salt mine nearby). This forms a unique treasure for prehistoric research due to its unusual conditions of preservation.

The wide range of still colourful preserved textiles covers the time-span between 1500-400 BC. The textiles shed light on the various developments of textile technology and the combination with the extraordinary context opens a window into the highly complex working processes and resource management of that era.

In recent years, international research projects have been able to provide valuable insights into the beginnings of textile-dyeing and the evolution of fundamental textile techniques, using up-to-date scientific research methods in addition to textile analysis. This monograph is the first to display as a whole all the known textile artefacts from the salt mine of Hallstatt.

 

Contents:

Preface

Programs of the Round Table in The Hague 2010 and the sessions in Oslo 2011 and Helsinki 2012

KARINA GRÖMER, ANTON KERN, HANS RESCHREITER, HELGA RÖSELMAUTENDORFER
Acknowledgements
Vorwort - Preface

HANS RESCHREITER
Kapitel 1: Das Salzbergwerk Hallstatt
Chapter 1: The prehistoric salt-mines of Hallstatt

KARINA GRÖMER, HANS RESCHREITER
Kapitel 2: Hallstatt - 160 Jahre Forschung
Chapter 2: Hallstatt - 160 years of research

KARINA GRÖMER
Kapitel 3: Tradition, Kreativität und Innovation - Textiltechnologische Entwicklung von der Bronzezeit zur Hallstattzeit
Chapter 3: Tradition, creativity and innovation - The development of textile expertise from the Bronze Age to the Hallstatt Period

HELGA RÖSEL-MAUTENDORFER
Kapitel 4: Nähtechnik und Design
Chapter 4: Sewing techniques and design

KARINA GRÖMER, HELGA RÖSEL-MAUTENDORFER, HANS RESCHREITER
Kapitel 5: Funktion der Textilien aus dem Bergwerk
Chapter 5: Function of textiles in the salt mines

REGINA HOFMANN-DE KEIJZER, MAARTEN R. VAN BOMMEL, INEKE JOOSTEN, ANNA HARTL, ART NÉSS PROAÑO GAIBOR, ANDREAS G. HEISS, ROBERT KRALOFSKY, RUDOLF ERLACH, SUZAN DE GROOT
Kapitel 6: Expertenberichte / 6.1 Die Farben und Färbetechniken der prähistorischenTextilien aus dem Salzbergbau Hallstatt
Chapter 6: Analysis reports / 6.1 The colours and dyeing techniques of prehistoric textilesfrom the salt mines of Hallstatt

ANTOINETTE RAST-EICHER
Kapitel 6: Expertenberichte / 6.2 Die Faserqualität von Fellen undTextilien aus dem Salzbergwerk von Hallstatt
Chapter 6: Analysis reports / 6.2 The fibre quality of skins and textilesfrom the Hallstatt salt mines

LENA HAMMARLUND
Chapter 6: Analysis reports / 6.3 Visual analysis and grouping of the Hallstatt textiles

MARK VAN STRYDONCK, KARINA GRÖMER
Chapter 6: Analysis reports / 6.4 14C-Dating of textiles from the Hallstatt salt mine
Kapitel 7: Zusammenfassung - Chapter 7: Summary
Chapter 8: Appendix / 8.1 Glossary of textile and mining terms - 8.1 Glossar zu textilkundlichen und bergmännischen Ausdrücken
Chapter 8: Appendix / 8.2 List of HallTex numbers and inventory numbers
Chapter 8: Appendix / 8.3 Literature
List of contributors

KARINA GRÖMER, HELGA RÖSEL-MAUTENDORFER
Chapter 9: Catalogue of the Hallstatt textiles

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4 901
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