Acknowledgements

I wish to specially thank Christobel Ferguson for the major fabrication of most garments, and for the tablet woven cord. Thanks to Dennis and Christopher Morgan for fabricating the knife blade, and Alan Shadbolt (Falcon Forge, Brisbane) for the sword.

References

Ardman, H. (1939). Birka: Sveriges Äldsta Handelsstad. Bokförlags Aktiebolaget Thule: Stockholm.
Arbman, H. (1940-3). Birka I: Die Gräber. KVHAA: Uppsala and Stockholm.
Avdusin, D.A. and Puskina, T.A. (1988). 'Three chamber graves at Gniozdovo'. Fornvannen 83, pp.20-33.
Barfield, M. (1994). 'The Iceman reviewed'. Antiquity 68, pp.10-26.
Beatson, P. (1994). 'Viking Age scabbards from achaeological finds in Scandinavia and the British Isles'. Varangian Voice 30, pp.18-25.
Beatson, P. (1995). 'An eleventh-century shirt from Denmark'. Varangian Voice 34, pp.4-11.
Bender Jørgensen, L. (1992). North European Textiles until AD 1000. Aarhus University Press: Aarhus.
Brøndsted, J. (1965). The Vikings. Penguin Books.
Burnham, D.K. (1977). Cut my cote. Royal Ontario Museum: Toronto.
Elsner, H. (1988). Wikinger Museum Haithabu: Schaufenster einer frühen Stadt. Karl Wachholz: Neumünster.
Fentz, M. (1987). 'En hørskjorte fra 1000-årenes Viborg'. Kuml, pp.23-45.
Fentz, M. (1987a). 'Vikingeskjorten fra Viborg'. Viborg Stiftsmuseum: Viborg.
Fentz, M. (1992). An 11th century shirt from Viborg Søndersø, Denmark. In: L. Bender-Jørgensen and E. Munksgaard 'Archaeological Textiles in Northern Europe (NESAT IV)', pp.83-92. Kongelige Danske Kunstakademi: Copenhagen. Geijer, A. (1938). Birka III: Die Textilfunde aus der Gräbern. KVHAA: Uppsala.
Gervers, V. (1983). 'Medieval garments in the Mediterranean world'. In: N.B. Harte & K.G. Ponting (eds.) Cloth and Clothing in Medieval Europe: Essays in Memory of Professor E.M. Carus-Wilson, pp.279-315. Heinemann Educational Books Ltd.: London.
Glob, I. (1977). The Bog People: Iron Age Man Preserved. Faber and Faber: London.
Graham-Campbell, J. (1980). Viking Artefacts: A Select Catalogue. British Museum: London.
Gräslund, A. (1984). 'Beutel und Taschen'. In: G. Arwidsson (ed.) Birka II:1. Systematischen Analysen der Gräberfunde, pp.51-72. KVHAA: Stockholm.
Grew, F. and de Neergaard, M. (1988). Medieval Finds from Excavations in London 2: Shoes and Pattens. HMSO: London.
Groenman-van Waateringe,W. (1984). 'Die Lederfunde von Haithabu'. Berichte über die Ausgrabungen in Haithabu 21. Karl Wachholtz: Neumünster.
Hägg, I. (1974). 'Kvinnodrakten i Birka'. Aun 2. Uppsala.
Hägg, I. (1983). 'Viking womens's dress dress at Birka: a reconstruction by archaeological means'. In: N.B. Harte & K.G. Ponting (eds.) Cloth and Clothing in Medieval Europe: Essays in Memory of Professor E.M. Carus-Wilson, pp.316-350. Heinemann Educational Books Ltd.: London.
Hägg, I. (1983a). 'Birkas orientaliska praktplagg'. Fornvannen 78, pp.205-223.
Hägg, I. (1984). 'Die Textilfunde aus dem Hafen von Haithabu'. Berichte über die Ausgrabungen in Haithabu 20. Karl Wachholtz: Neumünster.
Hägg, I. (1986) 'Die Tracht'. In: G. Arwidsson (ed.) Birka II:2. Systematischen Analysen der Gräberfunde, pp.51-72. KVHAA: Stockholm.
Hägg, I. (1991) 'Die Textilfunde aus der Seidlung und aus den Gräbern von Haithabu'. Berichte über die Ausgrabungen in Haithabu 29. Karl Wachholtz: Neumünster.
Hald, M. (1961). 'Dragtstudier'. Aarbøger for Nordisk Oldkyndighed og Historie udgivne (af det Kgl. nordiske Oldskriftselskab), pp.37-88.
Hald, M. (1980). Ancient Danish Textiles from Bogs and Burials. National Museum of Denmark: Copenhagen.
Holmqvist, W. (1979). Swedish Vikings on Helgo and Birka. Swedish Booksellers Association
Hougen, B. (1940). 'Osebergfunnets billedvev'. Viking 4, pp.85-124.
Hundt, H. (1981). 'Die Textil- und Schnurreste'. Die frühgeschichtliche Marschensiedlung beim Elisenhof in Eiderstedt, vol. 4. Lang: Frankfurt am Main.
Ierusalimskaja, A.A. (1996). Die Gräber der Moscevaja Balka: Frühmittelalterliche Funde an der Nordkaukasischen Siedenstrasse. Editio Maris: Munich.
Jansson, I. (1986). 'Gürtel und Gürtelzubehör vom orientalischen Typ'. In: G. Arwidsson (ed.) Birka II:2. Systematischen Analysen der Gräberfunde, pp.77-108. KVHAA: Stockholm.
Jansson, I. (1988). 'Wikingzeitlicher orientalischer Import in Skandinavien. Bericht der Römisch - Germanischen Kommission 69, pp.564-647.
Krafft, S. (1956). Pictorial Weaving from the Viking Age: Drawings and Patterns of Textiles from the Oseberg finds. Dreyers Forslag: Oslo.
Magnusson, M. (1976). Viking: Hammer of the North. Orbis: London.
Martell, H. (1992). History as Evidence: The Vikings. Kingfisher Books: London.
Nockert, M. (1987). 'The Bocksten Man's costume'. Textile History 18, pp.175-186.
Nørlund, P. (1936). Viking Settlers in Greenland and their Descendants through Five Hundred Years. Cambridge University Press: London.
Nosov, E.N. (1987). 'Ryurik Gorodische and the settlements to the north of Lake Ilmen'. In: Brisbane, M.A. (ed.) The Archaeology of Novgorod, Russia, pp. 41ff. Society for Medieval Archaeology: London.
Ojateva, E.I. (1965). 'Obuvi drugie kozannye izdelija Zemljanogo gorodisca Staroj Ladogi'. Archeologiceskij sbornik Gosudarstvennogo Ermitaza 7, pp.42-59.
Østergård, E. (1991). 'Textilfragmenterne fra Mammengraven'. In: Iversen, M. (ed.) Mammen: Grav, Kunst, og Samfund i Vikingetid, pp.123-138. Jysk Arkæologisk Selskab: Moesgård.
Roesdahl, E. and Wilson, D.M. (eds.) (1992). From Viking to Crusader: The Scandinavians and Europe 800-1200. Rizzoli: New York.
Trott, P.A. (trans.) (1988). Wikinger Museum Haithabu. Text of the exhibition. Archäologisches Landesmuseums der Christian-Albrechts Universität: Neumünster.
Tryckare, T. (1966). The Viking. Cagner & Co.: Gothenburg.
Walton, P. (1989). 'Textiles, cordage and raw fibre from 16-22 Coppergate'. Archaeology of York 17(5), pp.283ff.


Back to Rus Trader