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Conference Programme

Monday 22 May
14:00 - 20:00 Registration (Technical University in Liberec, building G, Studentská Street 2)
Tuesday 23 May
from 7:30 Registration (Technical University in Liberec, building G, Studentská Street 2)
9:00 - 9:30 Opening Ceremony
9:30 - 11:00 1. Section: PREHISTORY; PROTOHISTORY
S. Harris – A. Jones: Beautiful things: textiles from an Early Bronze Age cremation, Whitehorse Hill, England
J. Słomska – Ł. Antosik: Cemetery in Świbie. Source of Information on Textile Production in the Iron Age
B. Dimova: Textile research in Bulgaria
M. Przymorska-Sztuczka: New finds of textiles from the Wielbark culture cemetary in Wilkowo, Lębork distict
Discussion
11:00 - 11:20 Coffee Break
11:20 - 12:50 2. Section: PROTOHISTORY
N. Kramer: Boats, Bogs and Burials. Archaeological Textiles from the Roman period in the Netherlands
T. Štolcová – D. Schaarschmidt – I. Vanden Berghe – S. Mitschke: Insights into multi-coloured tapestry textiles from Poprad-Matejovce, Slovakia. Excavation, conservation and analysis.
A. Rast-Eicher: Textiles from two graves of Late Antiquity found in a mausoleum in Jaunay-Clan (F)
Z. Kaczmarek: Creolizing Textiles. Some New Light on Textile Production and Consumption in Roman Age Free Germania
Discussion
12:50 - 14:30 Lunch (Presentation of looms)
14:30 - 16:00 3. Section: OVERVIEWS
J. Maik: 70 years of research on archaeological textiles in Poland
J. Pásztókai-Szeőke – V. Kiss – G. Kulcsár – M. Mordovin – Z. Mráv – P. Polgár – I. Radman-Livaja – V. Szeverényi – I. Szathmári – I. Vida: Mixtura texturalis – recent research of archaeological textiles and textile production in Hungary
E. Orlińska-Mianowska – D. Berbelska – M. Cybulska: Surface exploration, the importance of museum collections in the study of archaeological textiles
A. Collins: A Comparative Analytical Study of Extant Garments from Early Modern Ireland
Discussion
16:00 - 16:20 Coffee Break
16:20 - 17:30 4. Section: ANALYZES
H. Lukešová: Identifying Archaeological Plant Fibre Textiles by means of the Herzog test. Possibilities and limits o polarized light microscopy
R. Chen – M. Gleba – L. Bartos – D. Sanders – A. Hidred: Sails of the Mary Rose: preliminary results of textile and fibre analyses
D. Waudby: Title Retrospective Review of Plant Fibre Diagnostics and Prospects for Future Ethnographic and Archaeological Research Projects
Discussion
17:30 - 18:00 ATR - General Meeting
19:30 - 21:00 Welcome Drink and Festive Lecture by Milena Bravermanová
Wednesday 24 May
9:00 - 10:30 5. Section: EARLY MIDDLE AGES
Ch. Brandenburgh: Early medieval textiles from the Netherlands – new research and results
T. Niepold: Trossingen Grave 58 – News from the singer
S. Möller-Wiering: Early Medieval Finds from Rheinland-Pfalz. With Notes on a Technological “Anachronism”
K. Grömer: Simple linen, patterned fabrics and silk samitum. Textiles from the Slavic Cemetery Thunau in Lower Austria
Discussion
10:30 - 10:50 Coffee Break and Photographing
10:50 - 12:20 6. Section: EARLY MIDDLE AGES
U. Mannering – I. Skals: Textile News from Bornholm in Denmark. Recently excavated textiles from a well-known Late Iron Age cemetery
F. Pritchard: Twill weaves from Viking-age Dublin
E. Wincott Heckett: Textiles from the Viking Warrior Grave, Woodstown, Co. Waterford, Ireland
S. Jansone: Textile imprints in Grobina - fabrics and their possible uses
Discussion
12:20 - 14:00 Lunch (Presentation of looms)
14:00 - 15:30 7. Section: MIDDLE AGES
A. Rybarczyk: Knitting from excavations in Elbing
É. Retournard: Textiles for miners and mining: the archaeological textiles from Brandes-en-Oisans (12th-14th centuries, Isère, France)
R. Rammo: Life on a medieval cog through archaeological textiles
R. Case – M. McNealy – B. Nutz: The Lengberg Finds: Remnants of the Lost 15th Century Tailoring Revolution
Discussion
15:30 - 15:50 Coffee Break
15:50 - 17:00 8. Section: DYEING
D. Kohout – H. Březinová – M. Bravermanová – I. Víden: Textile quality, colours and identificated organic dyes. Silk and wollen textiles from the waste layers of medieval Prague
K. Vajanto – M. Pasanen: Dyes and Dyeing Methods used in Finland 1000 Years Ago
A. Bruselius Scharff: The assessment of natural pigmentation in archaeological wool
Discussion
17:00 - 18:00 Poster Section
19:30 - 23:00 Festive Evening (Severočeské muzeum v Liberci/The North Bohemian Museum in Liberec, Masarykova Street 11)
Thursday 25 May
9:00 - 10:30 9. Section: MODERN AGE
D. Henri: Textile production and consumption in Tours (France) in the 15th and 16th centuries: an archaeological approach
J. Malcolm-Davies: “Silk” hats from a sheep’s back: How sixteenth century craftspeople created legal luxuries
N. Pavlova: Children's burial clothing from the 16th and 17th centuries excavated in the Ascension Convent of the Moscow Kremlin
G. de Alkmim Radicchi: The archaeological textiles from the whaler-sealer sites in South Shetland Islands (Antarctica)
Discussion
10:30 - 10:50 Coffee Break
10:50 - 12:20 10. Section: EXPERIMENTAL ARCHAEOLOGY
J. Banck-Burges: Experimental Archaeology as a Key for the Recognition of the Culture-historical Value of Archaeological Textiles
H. Igel: Reconstruction provides benchmarks for theoretically evaluating the level of knowledge
K. Kania: To Spin a Good Yarn- Spinning Techniques with Hand Spindles
I. Demant: Making a dress of an Iron Age woman - the results of experimental archaeology used in praxis
Discussion
12:20 - 14:00 Lunch
14:00 - 15:30 11. Section: EXPERIMENTAL ARCHAEOLOGY; TEXTILE TOOLS
M. Siennicka: Studying archaeological textile tools. Some methodological aspects and challenges
E. Andersson Strand: Motion Capture and Textile Craft technology
J. Korteová: An interpretation of the ‘bombastic’ Cham Culture spindle whorls by an archaeological experiment
M. de Diego – R. Piqué – A. Palomo – M. Saña Seguí – M. Mozota – I. Clemente – X. Terradas: Fiber production and incipient textile technology in the Early Neolithic site of La Draga (Banyoles, Girona; 5300-4900 BC)
Discussion
15:30 - 15:50 Coffee Break
15:50 - 17:10 12. Section: GARMENT
M. Brunori – I. Degano: The cloth of Henry VII, Holy Roman Emperor (+1313). Diagnostc and conservation campaign
B. Nutz: Peasants and Servants – Deliberately Concealed Garments, Textiles and Textile Tools from a Rural Farm Building
N. Ben-Yehuda: Medieval European Biblical Commentators and their views on the Priestly Vestments of the Hebrew Bible
M. Cybulska: Analysis and visualization of the female costume from the Roman period on the basis of textile finds from Nowy Łowicz
17:10-17:30 Final Discussion
17:30 - 18:00 Closing Ceremony
Friday 26 May
all day Excursion to Prague

Conference Programme (Print Version)

POSTER SECTION

Wednesday 24 May
M. Barburski – M. Cybulska – J. Maik: Structural analysis of the archeological textile artefacts using micro-CT technique
M. Bravermanová – P. Voda: New discovery about the funerary garment of Czech king Rudolph I (IV) Habsbourg (died 1307)
J. Bray: Does a warping tool explain properties of twills woven on warp weighted looms?
P. N. Doumani Dupuy: Textiles from Bronze Age Kazakhstan as viewed through impressions in ceramic vessels
J. Galliker – I. Bogensperger: From Spirals to Textiles: Investigation of a Late Antique Papyrus Fragment
R. Gilbert: Knitting and looping in Egypt: structures, techniques and links
T. Kirkinen – K. Vajanto: Wool, silk and fur in the Late Iron Age inhumation burials — touched with luxury
B. Klessig: Experimental Archaeology: Experiments in String, Stone, Wood and Clay
S. Lipkin – E. Ruhl – S. Niinimäki: Caps and flower accessories of children in the 17th -mid-19th century burials in northern Finland
M. Majorek: Plain and patterned. Weaving techniques nineteenth century ribbons discovered in the crypts in the Biała Rawska (Poland)
A. Matsin – A. Kaljus: Searching for suitable yarn for reconstruction of archaelogical textiles
F. Moll-Dau – J. Klügl: Sucrose conservation for a carbonized coiled basket artefact from a lakeside dwelling
R. Nagy: The mystery of a 17th century coffin
S. Odstrčilová: Several knitted stockings from the late 16th and the first half of the 17th century
M.Omura – N. Kizawa: East Asian tools common to the West
V. Pilná: Funeral equipment of mummified bodies found in the localities of western Bohemia
É. Retournard: Textiles in context : the case of the Annecy fibula (Haute-Savoie, France)
M. Ringgaard: Gold and silver revealed - Two archaeological 17th century textile finds adorned with metal threads
H. Rösel-Mautendorfer – I. Bogensperger: Red, Green, Purple and Yellow: A Case Study on Dyes of a Late Antique Tunic from Egypt
M. Škrdlantová – J. Bureš Víchová – K. Drábková: Conservation of Neolithic Cord
K. Šmidová: The Collection of Textile Fragments Excavated in Prague - Na Rejdišti 1 Dated to Modern Times
A. Ulanowska: Multicoloured, Patterned, Diaphanous - a Technological Approach to the Bronze Age Aegean Imagery of Textiles and Cloths
K. Urbanová: Centre for research of prehistoric textile industry
D. Wollnerová: Textiles from royal necropolis at Abusir in Egypt
I. Zeiere: Unexpected Discoveries in the National History Museum of Latvia

Poster Secion (Print Version)