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Ancient Textile Fibres (Chapter 19)

Ancient Textile Fibres (Chapter 19)
Ancient Textile Fibres (Chapter 19)
Textiles represent a vital element of our cultural heritage. The fibres alone can tell an intriguing tale of agricultural development, international trade and technological progress. While in an archaeological context, the fibre state may further witness the burial conditions and the effectors of decay.
Raman spectroscopy, conservation science, silk, linen
0854045228
304-324
Royal Society of Chemistry
Edwards, H.G.M.
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Wyeth, P.
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Edwards, H.G.M.
Chalmers, J.M.
Edwards, H.G.M.
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Wyeth, P.
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Chalmers, J.M.

Edwards, H.G.M. and Wyeth, P. (2005) Ancient Textile Fibres (Chapter 19). In, Edwards, H.G.M. and Chalmers, J.M. (eds.) Raman Spectroscopy in Art and Archaeology. Cambridge, UK. Royal Society of Chemistry, pp. 304-324.

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Textiles represent a vital element of our cultural heritage. The fibres alone can tell an intriguing tale of agricultural development, international trade and technological progress. While in an archaeological context, the fibre state may further witness the burial conditions and the effectors of decay.

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Published date: 2005
Keywords: Raman spectroscopy, conservation science, silk, linen

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Local EPrints ID: 18712
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/18712
ISBN: 0854045228
PURE UUID: 0fa32309-173b-43d7-ba4b-0dfa1729e5d3

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Date deposited: 23 Nov 2005
Last modified: 22 Apr 2020 16:38

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Author: H.G.M. Edwards
Author: P. Wyeth
Editor: H.G.M. Edwards
Editor: J.M. Chalmers

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