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MEDIEVAL PERIOD LEATHER AND SHOES

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Allin, Clare E. 1981. The Medieval Leather Industry in Leicester. Leicestershire Museums, Art Galleries and Records Service.

Atkinson, Jeremy. 1984. Clogs and Clogmaking. Shire.

 

Ayers, B., and P. Murphy. 1983. “A Waterfront Excavation at White Friars Street near Park, Norwich.” East-Anglian Archaeology Report Norwich 17.

Barber, J. W. 1981. “Some Observations on Early Christian Footwear.” Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society Cork 86 (244): 103–6.

Barber, J. W., S. Bohncke, A. Fairweather, and W. Groenman-van Waateringe. 1981. “Excavations on Iona, 1979.” Proceedings of the Society of the Antiquaries of Scotland 111: 282–380.

Barwasser, M., and O. Goubitz. 1990. “Leder, Hout En Textiele Vondsten.” In Verscholen in Vuil: Archeologische Vondsten Uit Kampen 1375-1925, edited by Hemmy Clevis and Mieke Smit, 70– 90. Stichting Archeologie Ijssel/Vechtstreek.

Cameron, Esther. 1998. Leather and Fur: Aspects of Early Medieval Trade and Technology. London: Archetype.

Cameron, Esther, and Quita Mould. 2004. “Saxon Shoes, Viking Sheaths? Cultural Identity in Anglo-Scandinavian York.” In Land, Sea and Home: Proceedings of a Conference on Viking-Period Settlement, at Cardiff, July 2001, edited by John Hines, Alan Lane, and M. Redknap, 457–66. Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph, 20. Leeds: Maney.

Driel-Murray, Carol van. 1985. “Schoeisel Van De Opgraving Van Het St. Agnietenklooster En Het St. Michielsklooster In Leiden.” In Bodemonderzoek In Leiden, 143–66. Leiden.

Driel-Murray, Carol van. 2018. “Steps in the Dark: 7th Century Paired Shoe Depositions in the Netherlands.” In Rural Riches & Royal Rags?: Studies on Medieval and Modern Archaeology, Presented to Frans Theuws, edited by Mirjam Kars, Roos van Oosten, and Marcus A. Roxburgh, 80–85. SPAUitgevers.

Gall, G. 1980. Deutsches Ledermuseum, Deutsches Schuhmuseum. Katalog 6. Offenbach.

Groenman-van Waateringe, W. 1974. Die Entwicklung der Schuhmode in 2500 Jahren. Die Kunde N.F. 25, 111-120.

Groenman-van Waateringe, W. 1976. “Schuhe aus Wijk bij Duurstede.” Bericht ROB 26: 189-197.

Groenman-van Waateringe, W. 1980. “Die Stellung der Lübecker Lederfunde im Rahmen der Entwicklung der mittelalterlichen Schuhmode.” Lübecker Schriften zur Archäologie und Kulturgeschichte 4: 169-174.

Groenman-van Waateringe, W. 1981. “Leather from the vallum ditch at Iona.” Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 111: 319-328.

Groenman-van Waateringe, W. 1992. “Lederreste der Fussbekleidung des Bestatteten.” Lübecker Schriften zur Archäologie und Kulturgeschichte 22: 23-25.

Groenman-van Waateringe, W. 1999. “The Leather Finds.” In The excavations at Wijnaldum, reports on Frisia in Roman and Medieval times, edited by J.C. Besteman, J.M. Bos, D.A. Gerrets, H.A. Heidinga and J. de Koning, 299-303. Rotterdam.

Groenman-van Waateringe, W. 2000. “The Leatherwork.” In The History of a Scottish Lowland Crannog: Excavations at Buiston, Ayrshire, 1989-90, edited by Anne Crone, 128-133. Scottish Trust for Archaeological Research.

Groenman-van Waateringe, W., and H. Herschel. 1982. “How Healthy Were the Feet of Our Predecessors?” In Proceedings Paleopathology Association: 4th European Meeting 1982, 335– 40. Amsterdam: Instituut voor Prae- en Protohistorie.

Harjula, Janne. 2008. Before the Heels: Footwear and Shoemaking in Turku in the Middle Ages and at the Beginning of the Early Modern Period. Archaeologia Medii Aevi Finlandiae XV Suomen Keskiajan Arkeologian Seura – Sällskapet För Medeltidsarkeologi i Finland. Saarijärvi: Suomen keskiajan arkeologian seura Turku.

Houlbrook, Ceri. 2016. “The Other Shoe: Fragmentation in the Post-Medieval Home.” Cambridge Archaeological Journal 27 (2): 261–74. 

Mould, Quita. 2005. “Footwear Discussion.” In Before the Mast Life and Death Aboard the Mary Rose. The Archaeology of the Mary Rose Volume 4, edited by Julie Gardiner and Michael J. Allen, 78–94. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Mould, Quita. 2007a. “A Medieval Water Carrier from Carlisle.” Medieval Archaeology 51: 191-9.

 

Mould, Quita. 2007b. “The Leather.” In Excavations at Abingdon West Central Redevelopment: Iron Age, Roman, Medieval, and Post-medieval Activity in Abingdon, by Kate Brady, Alex Smith, and Granville Laws, Oxoniensia 72, 107-202.

Mould, Quita. 2008. “Leather Shoes.” In Finds from the Well at St Paul-in-the-Bail, Lincoln, edited by J. Mann, Lincoln Archaeological Studies 9. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Mould, Quita. 2011. “Devil's Crafts and Dragon's Skins? Sheaths, Shoes and Other Leatherwork.” In The Material Culture of Daily Living in the Anglo-Saxon World, edited by M. Clegg Hyer and G.R. Owen-Crocker, 93-115. University of Exeter Press.

Mould, Quita. 2014. “The Home-Made Shoe, a Glimpse of a Hidden, but Most ‘Affordable’, Craft.” In Everyday Products in the Middle Ages: Crafts, Consumption and the Individual in Northern Europe c. AD 800-1600, edited by Gitte Hansen, Steven Ashby, and Irene Baug, 125–42. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Mould, Quita, ed. 2017. Leather in Warfare: Attack, Defence and the Unexpected. Leeds: Trustees of the Royal Armouries.

Mould, Quita, and Esther Cameron. 2005. “Leather Buckets.” In Before the Mast Life and Death Aboard the Mary Rose. The Archaeology of the Mary Rose Volume 4, edited by Julie Gardiner and Michael J. Allen, 359–67. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Mould, Quita, and Esther Cameron. 2014. “Fashion and Necessity: Anglo-Norman Leatherworkers and Changing Markets.” In Everyday Products in the Middle Ages: Crafts, Consumption and the Individual in Northern Europe c. AD 800-1600, edited by Gitte Hansen, Steven Ashby, and Irene Baug, 143–56. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Mould, Quita, Ian Carlisle, and Esther Cameron. 2003. Craft, Industry and Everyday Life:

Leather and Leatherworking in Anglo-Scandinavian and Medieval York. Archaeology of York: Small Finds 17/16. York: Council for British Archeology.

Mould, Quita, and G. Edwards. 1995. Guidelines for the Care of Waterlogged Archaeological Leather. English Heritage Scientific and Technical Publications Guideline 4.

Russell, Janet. 2014. “English Medieval Leatherwork.” Archaeological Journal 96 (1): 132–41.

Spriggs, James A., and E. Cameron. 1998. “The British Beaver—Fur, Fact, and Fantasy.” In Leather and Fur: Aspects of Early Medieval Trade and Technology, edited by Esther Cameron, 91–101. Archetype for the Archaeological Leather Group, London.

Thomson, Roy. 1981. “Leather Manufacture in the Post-Medieval Period with Special Reference to Northamptonshire.” Post-Medieval Archaeology 15 (1): 161–75. 

Volken, M. 2005. "Walking on Deformed Feet: Podological Analysis on Shoes Concealed in Buildings." In Concealed Finds from Buildings in Central Europe, edited by I. Ericsson and R. Atzbach, 120-124. Berlin.

Waterer, John W. 1968. Leather Craftsmanship. Frederick A. Praeger Publishers.

Weber, Paul. 1982. Schuhe. Drei Jahrtausende in Bildern. Stuttgart: AT - Verlag Aarau.

 

Wilson, Eunice. 1969. A History of Shoe Fashions. London: Pitman.

Zinoviev, Andrei V. 2017. “Leather Straps with Avian Tarsometatarsi from the Medieval Russia: Jesses or Amulets?” Environmental Archaeology 22 (2): 171–74.

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