Beyond Cloth and Cordage: Archaeological Textile Research in the Americas
Summaries of recent archaeological textile research and current methods of object handling and analysis in the Americas, plus nine in-depth case histories. An overview of current research on New World archaeological fabrics, demonstrating that textile data provide a unique means of addressing questions of broad anthropological interest as well as problems difficult or impossible to resolve by other means. 13 chapters by 19 contributing authors.
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