An Annotated Bibliography for Tablet Woven Brocades
by Nancy Spies

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Alte Gewebe in Krefeld. Krefeld, Germany: n.p., 1949. Brief entries about the thirteenth-century burial vestments of Siegfried von Westerburg, Archbishop of Cologne, from his grave in Bonn Minster, Germany.

Amt, Emilie, ed. Women’s Lives in Medieval Europe. New York: Routledge, 1993. A collection of primary sources from the fifth through the fifteenth century which incorporates laws, regulations, and religious texts, Christian as well as Jewish, Muslim, and heretical, that helped shape the status and condition of women.

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Baginski, Alisa. "Textiles from a Crusader Burial in Cesarea." Archaeological Textiles Newsletter 23 (Autumn, 1996): 16. Brief description of two fragments of a silk brocaded tabletwoven band found in a grave under the pavement of the Crusader Cathedral in Cesarea, Israel.

Bellman, Friedrich. "Zur kunstgeschichtlichen Bestimmung der Textilfunde." In Der Dom zu Halberstadt, edited by Gerhard Leopold and Ernst Schubert, 98-108. Berlin: Akademie-Verlag, 1984. An artistic examination of the medieval textiles from Halberstadt Cathedral, Germany, including a thirteenth-century shoe band.

Benson, Peter. Odo’s Hanging. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1993. A novel about the so-called Bayeux Tapestry (actually an embroidery).

Bergli, Aud. "Medieval Textiles from the Finnegården Excavation at Bryggen, Bergen." In Archaeological Textiles (NESAT II), edited by Lise Bender Jørgensen, Bente Magnus, and Elisabeth Munksgård, 221-227. Copenhagen: Arkaeologisk Institut, Köbenhavns Universitet, 1988. Includes an analysis of a thirteenth-century brocaded tabletwoven band with photo and drawings.

Bergli, Aud and Inger Raknes Pedersen. "Spennende tekstiler funnet i en grav ved Hamar domkirkeruin"Fra Kaupang og Bygd (1995): 119-130. Analysis, drawings, and photos of several eleventh/twelfth-century brocaded tabletwoven bands found in Hamar Cathedral, Norway, including one band with "spun-silver" thread in the warp.

Biddle, Martin. Object and Economy in Medieval Winchester. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1990. Analysis of the medieval objects, including ninth- to fourteenth-century brocaded tabletwoven bands, found in Winchester, England.

Bott, Hans. Bayerische Vorgeschichtsblätter 13 (1936): 66, Tafel VIII:10. Mention of the seventhth-century band from München-Giesing with a picture of the gold threads.

Branting, Agnes. "Andreas Sunessons Gravkläder och deras Konservering." In Ärkebiskop Andreas Sunessons Grav i Lunds Domkyrka, edited by Otto Rydbeck, 119-140. Lund, Sweden: C.W.K. Gleerups Förlag, 1926. A report with photos of the twelfth/thirteenth-century vestments from the grave of Archbishop Andreas Sunesson found in Lund Cathedral, Sweden, including several brocaded tabletwoven bands.

Branting, Agnes. Textil Skrud i Svenska Kyrkor Från Äldre Tid till 1900. Stockholm: Svenska Kyrkans Diakonistyrelses Bokförlag, 1920. An overview of church textiles in Sweden from "olden times" to 1900.

Braun, Joseph. Die Liturgischen Paramente in Gegenwart und Vergangenheit: Ein Handbuch der Paramentik 2. Aufl. Freiburg: n.p., 1924. A description of the components and fastening methods of the "morse" on a cope.

Braun, Joseph. Die Liturgisches Gewandung im Occident und Orient. Freiburg, Germany: Herdersche Verlagshandlung, 1907. An extensive overview of liturgical vestments in which many gold bands are mentioned without differentiation as to technique.

Bruan-Ronsdorf, M. "Gold and Silver Fabrics from Medieval to Modern Times." CIBA Review 3 (1961): 2-12. An overview of medieval fabrics from European countries which incorporate different types of metallic threads.

Buckton, David, ed. Byzantium: Treasures of Byzantine Art and Culture from British Collections. London: British Museum Press, 1994. Includes on pp. 172-175 an analysis with drawings and photo of the remains of the twelfth-century mitre from the tomb of the Holy Roman Emperor Henry VI in Palermo, Sicily.

Budny, Mildred. "The Maaseik Embroideries." Medieval World (Jan/Feb, 1992): 23-30. An analysis with color photos of the eighth/ninth-century Anglo-Saxon embroideries which incorporate brocaded tabletwoven bands on the so-called chasuble and "velamen" of Sts. Harlindis and Relindis, founders of Aldeneik Abbey, now in Maaseik, Belgium.

Burnham, Dorothy. Warp and Weft - A Textile Terminology. Toronto: Royal Ontario Museum, 1980. An extended version of the original C.I.E.T.A. list of textile terms.

Byzance, l’Art Byzantin dans les Collections Publiques Francaises. Paris: Bibliotheque Nationale, 1991-1993. Examples of Byzantine art in the public collections in Paris including fragments of a thirteenth- to fifteenth-century brocaded tabletwoven band known as "the cingulum of the Virgin."

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Calberg, Marguerite. "Tissus et Broderies Attribués aux Saintes Harlinde et Relinde." Bulletin de la Société royale d’Archéologie de Bruxelle (October, 1951): 3-30. Analyses of the various textiles including the brocaded tabletwoven bands which embellish the eighth/ninth-century Anglo-Saxon embroideries on the so-called chasuble and "velamen" of Sts. Harlindis and Relindis, founders of Aldeneik Abbey in Belgium, now in Maaseik, Belgium.

Cantor, Norman. Inventing the Middle Ages. New York: William Morrow, 1991. Lives, works, and ideas of the great twentieth-century medievalists.

Carretero, Concha. Museo de Telas Medievales: Monasterio de Santa Maria la Real de Huelgas. Madrid: Patrimonio Nacional, 1988. Descriptions with color photos of some of the textiles from the thirteenth/fourteenth-century royal tombs at Burgos, Spain, including brocaded bands from the mantle of the Infante Fernando de la Cerda and from the coffins of Enrique I, King of Castile, and Leonor, Queen of Castile.

Chartraire, M. le Chanoine E. "Insignes Épiscopaux et Fragments de Vètements Liturgiques Provenant des Sépultures d’Archévêques de Sens Conservés au Trésor de la Cathédrale de Sens." Bulletin Archéologique (1918): 5-44. An overview with line drawings of vestments and trim found in thirteenth-century sepulchers of various archbishops in Sens Cathedral, France.

Chenesseau, George. Les Fouilles de la Cathédrale d’Orléans. Paris: Société d’Archéologie, 1938. Brief descriptions of thirteenth-century textiles found in the tomb of three bishops in Orléans Cathedral, France.

Cherry, John. Medieval Craftsmen: Goldsmiths. London: British Museum Press, 1992. Overview of the materials, techniques, products, and craft organizations of medieval goldsmiths in Europe.

Chevalier, A. "Medieval Dress." CIBA Review 57 (June, 1947): 2061-2075. An overview of the development of clothing styles, both clerical and secular, from the end of Roman times to the Renaissance.

Christie, Inger Lise. Brikkevevde bånd i Norge. Oslo: Norsk Folkemuseum, 1985. Tablet weaving in Norway including photo and analysis of a twelfth-century brocaded band from Trondheim.

Cleveland Museum of Art catalogue entries. Cleveland, Ohio. Photocopy. Analyses and photos of two eleventh/twelfth-century brocaded bands from Sicily, one eleventh-century band and one thirteenth-century band from Germany.

Clothed in Majesty: European Ecclesiastical Textiles from the Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, Michigan: Detroit Institute of Arts, 1991. Includes on p. 15 a brief description and photo of a twelfth/thirteenth-century mitre infula, the mate of which is in the Cleveland Museum of Art.

Collin, Bertha. The Riddle of a 13th Century Sword-Belt. East Knoyle, England: The Heraldry Society, 1955. Description of the thirteenth-century sword belt of the Infante Fernando de la Cerda from Burgos, Spain, whose heraldic devices and arrangement of motifs are similar to the thirteenth-century brocaded tabletwoven band, possibly a belt, from Old Sarum, England.

Collingwood, Peter. The Techniques of Tablet Weaving. London: Faber and Faber, 1982. The definitive book on tablet weaving with an excellent section on using supplemental wefts for surface decoration (brocading).

Crockett, Candace. Card Weaving. Loveland, Colorado: Interweave Press, 1991. Good general introduction to tablet weaving with mention of historical brocaded bands.

Crowfoot, Elisabeth. "St. Alban’s Abbey" Ancient Monuments Laboratory Report (1978): 1-2. A report on the fragments of gold thread found in the twelfth-century tomb of Warin of Cambridge, Abbot of St. Alban’s Abbey, England.

Crowfoot, Elisabeth. "St. Augustine’s, Canterbury: Textiles from the tombs of Abbot Roger II and Abbot Dygon." Ancient Monuments Laboratory Report (1979): 1-5. Descriptions and brocading pattern draughts of the brocaded bands from the thirteenth-century tomb of Roger II, Abbot of St. Augustine’s in Cambridge, England.

Crowfoot, Elisabeth. "Textiles: Gisborough Priory, Cleveland." Ancient Monuments Laboratory Report (1988): 1-3. A description and brocading pattern draught of a brocaded band from a thirteenth-century burial in Gisborough Priory, Cleveland, England.

Crowfoot, Elisabeth. "Textiles." In Object and Economy in Medieval Winchester, edited by Martin Biddle, 467-488. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1990. Extensive descriptions, analyses, and pattern draughts of fragments of gold thread and brocaded bands from ninth- to fourteenth-century Winchester, England, including those trimming the vestments from the twelfth-century cathedral tomb of ?Bishop Henry of Blois.

Crowfoot, Elisabeth. "Textiles." In Medieval Catalogue Part 1, edited by Peter Saunders and Eleanor Saunders, 50-53. Salisbury: Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum, 1991. A report with illustrations of the thirteenth-century brocaded band, possibly a belt, with heraldic motifs found in a garderobe pit at Old Sarum, England.

Crowfoot, Elisabeth. "The Textiles." In James Copeland Thorn, "The Burial of John Dygon, Abbot of St.

Augustine’s," in Collectanea Historica: Essays in Memory of Stuart Rigold, edited by Alec Detsicas, 79-82. N.p., n.d. A description, photo, and pattern draught of a ?fifteenth/sixteenth-century brocaded orphrey band from the chasuble of Abbot John Dygon.

Crowfoot, Elisabeth. "Two Burials Under the Refectory of Worcester Cathedral." Medieval Archaeology XVIII (1975): 146-151. Two fragments of "spun-gold" thread from a sixth-century grave under Worcester Cathedral, England.

Crowfoot, Elisabeth and Sonia Hawkes. "Early Anglo-Saxon Gold Braids." Medieval Archaeology XI (1967): 42-86. The definitive work on early brocaded tabletwoven bands with excellent historical background information, discussion of uses, analysis of individual bands, and brocading pattern draughts.

Crowfoot, Elisabeth, Frances Pritchard, and Kay Staniland. Textiles and Clothing c.1150-c.1450. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, 1992. Includes, on pp. 130-137 and Plate 13, analyses and photos of fragments of two thirteenth- and fourteenth-century brocaded tabletwoven bands found in excavations in London

Crowfoot, Grace M. "The Braids." In The Relics of St. Cuthbert, edited by C.F. Battiscombe, 433-463. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1956. A thorough analysis with photos, diagrams, and pattern draughts of the tenth-century brocaded bands on some of the vestments of St. Cuthbert in Durham Cathedral, England; also the only known photo of a bursa attributed to St. Willibrord of Utrecht made from a folded brocaded tabletwoven band and stolen in 1933.

Crowfoot, Grace M. "A Medieval Tablet Woven Braid from a Buckle found at Felixstowe." Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology XXV:2 (1950): 201-204. Comparison of the weave technique of this non-brocaded band with two other brocaded bands, one from Worcester Cathedral and the other possibly Sicilian and now in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

Cunnington, C. Willet and Phillis Cunnington. Handbook of English Medieval Costume. London: Faber, 1969. Chronological descriptions and line drawings of English medieval clothing.

Curle, C. L. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland Monograph Series Number 1: Pictish and Norse Finds from the Brough of Birsay 1934-74. Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 1982. A square bone tablet from the lower Norse horizon (ninth/tenth century) of the excavations on the Brough of Birsay, Scotland, on p. 60 and Ill. 38.

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Dahl, Sverra. "Toftarannsóknir i Fuglafirði." In Fróðskaparrit (Annales Societatis Scientiarum Færoensis) 7. Bók, edited by Hans Debes Joensen and Jóannes Rasmussen, 118-146. Tórshavn: Mentunargrunnur Føroya Løgtings, 1958. A brief description on p. 133 of four wooden tablets found on the Færoe Islands dating probably from the twelfth/thirteenth century.

Dannheimer, H. Aschheim im Frühen Mittelalter. Teil I: Archäologische Funde und Befunde. Munich: München Beiträge zur Vor- und Frühgeschichte, 1988. Brief descriptions and one drawing on pp. 35-36 of seventh-century bands from Aschheim and München-Giesing, Germany.

Dannheimer, H. Auf den Spuren der Baiuvarien. Pfaffenhofen, 1987. Brief description and photograph on p. 90 and Abb. 62 of the seventh/eighth-century band from Weilenbach, Germany.

Dannheimer, H. "Rekonstruktion der Saxscheide aus Grab 2 von St. Jakob bei Polling." Germania 52:1 (1974): text and Tafel 33:1. Brief description and photograph of the eighth-century band from St. Jakob’s Church, Polling, Germany.

Danmarks Kirker: Holbæk Amt. Copenhagen: National Museum, 1990. A very detailed account and registration of all the church buildings in Denmark and everything in them including, on pp. 2141 and 2178, fragments of a fourteenth-century brocaded band from Höjby which may have belonged to Archbishop Niels Jacobsen Rusere.

Darrah, Josephine. "Metal Threads and Filaments." Recent Advances in the Conservation and Analysis of Artifacts (1987): 211-221. A survey of metallic threads with a brief history of their manufacture and a policy for their treatment.

de Boeck, Juliette. "Restauratie van de Texielstukken uit Maaseik." In Proceedings of the Congress ‘Middeleeuws textiel, in het byzonder in het Euregiogebied Maas-Ryn’, edited by Alden Biesen, 66-77. N.p., 1989. Discussion of the eighth/ninth-century Anglo-Saxon embroideries trimmed with brocaded tabletwoven bands attributed to Sts. Harlindis and Relindis, founders of Aldeneik Abbey, Belgium, now in Maaseik, Belgium.

Delattre, P. "Brettchenfunde in punischen Gräbern." Académie des Inscriptions et Belles Lettres 27:4 (1899): 317-318. Drawings and a description of several ivory tablets with holes from Punic graves in Carthage, dated 100 B.C.E., which could be tablets for weaving or pieces of musical instruments.

Dieke-Fehr, Antje and Sigrid Müller-Christensen. "Zur Golddurchwirkten Vitta aus Grab 5 bei der Pfarrkirche." N.p., n.d. Description, photographs, and line drawings in Tafels 8, 9, 16, and 20 of the eleventh-century band from St. Peter and Paul Church, Straubing, Germany.

Dodwell, C.R. The Pictorial Arts of the West, 800-1200. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, 1993. Includes a discussion on pp. 29-31 of the textiles artisans -- the upper-class women and their maidservants, in the earlier part of the period and the workshops in the later part -- who created embroideries and orphreys as embellishments for ecclesiastical vestments and upper-class clothing.

Durian-Ress, Saskia. Meisterwerke Mittelalterlicher Textilkunst aus dem Bayerischen Nationalmuseum. Munich: Schnell & Steiner, 1986. A catalogue of medieval textiles from the Bavarian National Museum in Munich, Germany, which includes on pp. 17-19 the eleventh-century "so-called chasuble of St. Willigis" which has a small brocaded band on the neckline, and on pp. 30-32 a fifteenth-century chasuble which is trimmed with brocaded tabletwoven bands.

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Ekhoff, Emil. St. Clemens Kyrka i Visby. Stockholm: Cederquists Grafiska Aktiebolag, 1912. A description of St. Clement’s Church in Visby, Sweden, which includes information on pp. 136-139 and 189-191 about two fragments of thirteenth-century (possibly twelfth-centurty) brocaded bands, probably from an alb.

Eisner, Hildegard. Wikinger Museum Haithabu: Schaufenster einer frühen Stadt. Schleswig, Germany: n.p., n.d. A close-up photo on p. 53 of a brocaded tabletwoven band from tenth-century Viking age Haithabu (Hedeby), Denmark, as well as good illustrations of Viking clothing.

Engelstad, Helen. Messeklær og Alterskrud: Middelalderske Paramenter i Norge. Oslo: Cammermeyers Boghandel, 1941. A description, analysis, and brocading pattern draughts on pp. 59-64 and 140-142 of two now-lost medieval bands, one from Maria Church in Oslo, the other from an unknown church in northern Norway.

Englund, Sonja Berlin. Brickvävning - så in i Norden. Kalmar, Sweden: Sonja Berlin Englund, 1994. An overview of tablet weaving in Scandinavia which includes on pp. 22-23 and 33 a photo and brief description of a brocaded tabletwoven band which edges a fifteenth-century chasuble in Linköping Cathedral, Sweden, and photos of two other bands on a fifteenth-century antependium from Höfði Church, Iceland.

Erdoes, Richard. A.D. 1000. New York: Barnes and Noble, 1988. A look at Europe as it approached the end of the first millennium.

Errera, I. Catalogue d’Etoffe. Brussels: Musée Royale, 1927. A brief description and photo at Entry #69 of a fourteenth-century band in Brussels, Belgium.

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Farke, Heidemarie. "Zur Präparation und Rekonstruktion Archäologischer Textilfunde aus dem Thüringer Raum." In Archaeological Textiles in Northern Europe (NESAT IV), edited by Lise Bender Jørgensen and Elisabeth Munksgård, 214-215. Copenhagen: Kongelige Danske Kunstakademi, 1992. Analysis of a seventh-century gold thread from Germany.

Fillitz, Hermann. Die Schatzkammer in Wien: Symbole Abendländischen Kaisertums. Salzburg and Vienna: Residenz Verlag, 1986. Catalogue of the items in the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, Austria that has descriptions and photos of the coronation garments of the Holy Roman Empire dating mainly from the twelfth and thirteenth centuries which include the mantle of Roger II, the alb of William II, the so-called Blue Dalmatic (a tunicle), and shoes, with brocaded tabletwoven bands on the mantle and the shoes.

Fingerlin, Ilse. Gürtel des Hohen und Späten Mittelalters. Munich: Deutscher Kunstverlag, 1971. Picture and description on pp. 338-340 of the fourteenth-century brocaded belt attributed to Saint Foy.

Flanagan, J.F. "The Design on the Soumak Braid." In The Relics of St. Cuthbert., edited by C.F. Battiscombe, 464-469. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1956. An analysis of the design elements found on the soumak-wrapped band from the tenth-century tomb of St. Cuthbert in Durham Cathedral, England, as compared with other bands with comparable designs from the same period, such as the ninth-century tabletwoven band worked with soumak wrapping and brocading which forms the infulae on a twelfth-century mitre from St. Peter’s, Salzburg, Austria, now in the Abegg-Stiftung, Switzerland, with a fragment of the ninth-century band in Los Angeles, California.

Flury-Lemberg, Mechthild. Textile Conservation and Research. Bern: Abegg-Stiftung, 1988. Documentation of the conservation of many medieval textiles by the Abegg-Stiftung in Riggisberg, Switzerland, which includes analyses and excellent photos of the eleventh-century chasuble of St. Vitalis from Salzburg; the twelfth-century chasuble of Bishop Bernhard of Hildesheim; the thirteenth-century burial vestments ofArchbishop Rodrigo Ximenez de Rada of Burgos, Spain; the fourteenth-century "Dalmatic with Pelicans" from Italy; a thirteenth-century mitre from St. Peter’s in Salzburg; the twelfth-century alb of St. Bernulf from Utrecht; a tenth/eleventh century relic pouch from Byzantium; the twelfth-century burial mitre of St. Amadeus of Lausanne; and the sixteenth-century burial chasuble of Bishop Nikolaus Schiner of Sion, Switzerland -- all trimmed with brocaded tabletwoven bands.

Flury-Lemberg, Mechthild and Gisela Illek. Riggisberg Berichte, Band 3: Spuren kostbarer Gewebe. Riggisberg: Abegg-Stiftung, 1995. Description, analysis, and photos on pp. 56-99 and 247-250 of the conservation of two thirteenth-century dalmatics trimmed with brocaded bands from Lérida, Spain, attributed to St. Valerius.

Fra Kaupang og Bygd. Hamar, Norway: Hedmarksmuseet, 1992. Photo of an early eleventh-century brocaded tabletwoven band now in Trondheim, Norway.

Franzén, Anne Marie and Margareta Nockert. Bonaderna Fran Skog och Överhogdal. Stockholm: Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademien, 1992. Description, analysis, and photos on pp. 72-74 and 107 of the two brocaded bands which trim a fifteenth-century antependium from Höfði Church, Iceland.

Fremersdorf, Fritz. "Zwei Wichtige Frauengräber aus Köln." IPEK XV-XVI (1941-42), 124-137. A report with pictures about two sixth/seventh-century women’s graves in Cologne, Germany, both of which had brocaded tabletwoven bands in them.

Freyhan, R. "The Place of the Stole and Maniples in Anglo-Saxon Art of the Tenth Century." In The Relics of Saint Cuthbert, edited by C.F. Battiscombe, 409-432. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1956. An in-depth analysis of the designs on the tenth-century embroideries of St. Cuthbert at Durham, England.

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Gall, Günter. "Die Krönungsschule der deutschen Kaiser." Waffen- und Kostümkunde 15 (1973): 1-24. Descriptions and illustrations of coronation shoes worn by medieval German emperors.

Geijer, Agnes. Birka III: Die Textilfunde. Uppsala, Sweden: Almqvist & Wiksells Boktryckeri, 1938. Extensive descriptions, photos, and brocading pattern draughts on pp. 76-98 and Tafels 14-25 of the many brocaded bands found in the large eighth- to tenth-century Viking age burial ground at Birka, Sweden.

Geijer, Agnes. A History of Textile Art. London: Sotheby Parke Bernet, 1979. An excellent reference book which addresses, among many other subjects, such topics as the silk routes, Viking trade, metallic threads, and tablet weaving.

Geijer, Agnes. "Några medeltida band." Fornvännen (1928): 1-14. An overview of medieval band weaving with descriptions and photos of brocaded tabletwoven bands from thirteenth-century Sens Cathedral, France, and from thirteenth-century Visby, fourteenth-century Alvastra, and fifteenth-century Ösmo, all in Sweden.

Geijer, Agnes. Oriental Textiles in Sweden. Copenhagen: Rosenkilde and Bagger, 1951. Includes an overview of Sweden’s interaction with the East during Viking and medieval times with a brief mention of a brocaded band found around a silk cloth on the head of a male buried in the large eighth- to tenth-century Viking burial ground at Birka, Sweden.

Geijer, Agnes. "The Textile Finds from Birka." In Cloth and Clothing in Medieval Europe, edited by N.B. Harte and K.G. Ponting, 80-99. London: Heinemann Educational Books, 1983. An overview of the textiles and clothing found at the eighth- to tenth-century Viking age burial ground at Birka, Sweden, which includes photos and brocading pattern draughts of some of the brocaded tabletwoven bands.

Gervers, Veronika. "Medieval Garments in the Mediterranean World." In Cloth and Clothing in Medieval Europe, edited by N.B. Harte and K.G. Ponting, 279-315. London: Heinemann Educational Books, 1983.Includes information from the Edict of the Emperor Diocletian in 301 C.E.. which details such expenses as the costs of raw materials for textiles and the wages of spinners, weavers, fullers, and tailors.

Glazier, Richard. Historic Textile Fabrics. London: B.T. Batsford, 1923. An overview which includes types of fabrics, historical looms, the evolution and dispersal of design motifs, analysis of fabrics by country and time period, and ecclesiastical vestments.

Glover, Elizabeth. The Gold and Silver Wyre-Drawers. London: Phillimore, 1979. The history and methods of manufacturing drawn gold and silver threads and the use of these threads, mainly in Britain.

Goddard, Eunice Rathbone. Women’s Costume in French Texts of the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1927. A detailed account of the clothing worn during the eleventh and twelfth centuries in France based on extensive specific literary references; including various types of ornamental trim.

Gómez-Moreno, Manuel. Catalogo Monumental de la Provincia de León. León: n.p., n.d. A brief description on p. 211 of two thirteenth-century brocaded tabletwoven stoles attributed to Leonor, Queen of Castile and daughter of Henry II of England, now in León, Spain.

Gómez-Moreno, Manuel. El Panteon Real de las Huelgas de Burgos. Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, 1946. Still the definitive reference with excellent photos of the thirteenth- to fourteenth-century brocaded tabletwoven bands, among other textiles, found on the royal coffins in the Monasterio de Santa Maria la Real de Huelgas at Burgos, Spain.

Götze, A. "Brettchenweberei im Altertum." Zeitschrift für Ethnologie 40 (1908). A survey of early tablet weaving with a detailed account, including pictures on pp. 490-494, of miniature bronze tablets, weaving swords, and needles from Anduln.

Granger-Taylor, Hero. "The Weft-patterned Silks and their Braid: The Remains of an Anglo-Saxon Dalmatic of c. 800(?)" In St. Cuthbert: His Cult and His Community to AD 1200, edited by Gerald Bonner, David Rollason, and Clare Stancliffe, 304-327. Woodbridge, England: Boydell and Brewer, 1989. A band shown in Picture 56 from Sant’ Apollinare in Classe, Italy, probably from the Anglo-Saxon period (?eighth/ninth century) which appears to have both brocading and soumak; now in Ravenna, Italy.

Gröber, Karl. Die Kunstdenkmäler von Niederbayern VII: Stadt und Bezirksamt Deggendorf. Munich: R. Oldenbourg, 1927. A description on pp. 238-240 of the eleventh-century chasuble of St. Gotthard, Bishop of Hildesheim, which has brocaded bands trimming it; now in Niederaltaich, Germany.

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Hägg, Inga. Die Textilfunde aus der Siedlung und aus den Gräbern von Haithabu. Neumünster, Germany: Karl Wachholtz Verlag, 1991. Extensive descriptions with photos and drawing on pp. 169-247 of the textiles from tenth-century Viking age Haithabu (Hedeby), Denmark, which include several brocaded tabletwoven bands.

Hägg, Inga. "Viking Women’s Dress at Birka: A Reconstruction by Archaeological Methods." In Cloth and Clothing in Medieval Europe, edited by N.B. Harte and K.G. Ponting, 316-349. London: Heinemann Educational Books, 1983. An analysis of the various combinations of clothing layers worn by eighth- to tenth-century Viking women at Birka, Sweden, including a discussion of how brocaded tabletwoven bands were used as trim.

Hald, Margrethe. Ancient Danish Textiles from Bogs and Burials. Copenhagen: National Museum of Denmark, 1980. A large study with photos on pp. 102-123 of textiles and clothing mainly from Iron Age Denmark but also including brocaded bands from tenth-century Viking age Mammen and fragments of bands from ninth- to eleventh-century Slots Bjerreby and tenth-century Hvilehöj, both in Denmark.

Hall, Richard. The Viking Dig: The Excavation at York. London: The Bodley Head, 1984. Includes a drawing on p. 101 of a tablet made from antler dating from Viking age York, England.

Hälldórsdóttir, Sigridur. "Forn Spjaldvefnadur." Hugur og Hönd (1985): 23-29. Description, photos, and turning charts for the two bands on a fifteenth-century antependium from Höfði Church, Iceland, which incorporated brocading with pattern-turned designs; also includes a third pattern-turned band without brocading from the same antependium.

Hansen, Egon. "Nålbinding og brikvævning fra Mammengraven." In Mammen: Grav, kunst og samfund i vikingetid, edited by Mette Iversen, 145-148. Moesgård, Denmark: Jysk Arkaeologisk Selskab, 1991. A look at the nålbinding and brocaded tabletwoven bands found in tenth-century Viking age burials at Mammen, Denmark.

Hansen, Egon. Tablet Weaving. Höjbjerg, Denmark: Hovedland, 1990. Analyses, photos, reconstructions, and pattern draughts of many historical tabletwoven bands including the brocaded bands from tenth-century Mammen, Denmark; from eighth- to tenth-century Birka, Sweden; from tenth-century Durham, England; from medieval Uvdal, Norway; and from Plessenstrasse near Schleswig, Germany.

Hansen, Egon. "Technical Variations in Pre-Medieval Tablet-Weaving." In Archaeological Textiles (NESAT II), edited by Lise Bender Jørgensen, Bente Magnus, and Elisabeth Munksgård, 256-269. Copenhagen: Arkaeologisk Institut, 1988. A discussion with illustrations of different ground weaves used in early tabletwoven bands, including brocaded bands, mainly from Scandinavia.

Happach, Friederike. "Die Textilfunde." In Der Dom zu Halberstadt, edited by Gerhard Leopold and Ernst Schubert, 94-97. Berlin: Akademie-Verlag, 1984. Analysis and photo of a thirteenth-century band on a clerical shoe.

Harris, Jennifer, ed. Textiles: 5,000 Years. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1993. An international history and illustrated survey which briefly mentions post-Roman and Spanish textiles.

Henshall, A.S. "Five Tablet-Woven Seal-Tags." The Archaeological Journal XXXI (May, 1965): 154-162. Includes an analysis with photo and pattern draught of a fifteenth-century (or earlier) brocaded tabletwoven band used to affix a seal tag to a forged charter alleged to have been written by Robert, King of Scotland.

Henshall, A.S., S. Maxwell, and others. "Early Textiles Found in Scotland." Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland LXXXVI and LXXXVIII (1951-56): 50-56. Historical background, descriptions, and drawings of three late medieval brocaded bands found in Scotland.

Herlihy, David. Opera Muliebria: Women and Work in Medieval Europe. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1990. An excellent survey of women’s work in Europe which starts with the ancient Mediterranean societies and continues through the Middle Ages and Renaissance and into the modern world.

Herrmann, Hannelore and York Langenstein, eds. Textile Grabfunde aus der Sepultur des Bamberg Domkapitels. Munich: Bayerisches Landesamt für Denkmalpflege, 1987. Includes analyses and photos of several twelfth/thirteenth-century brocaded tabletwoven bands from Bamberg Cathedral, Germany.

Higgins, J.P.P. Cloth of Gold: A History of Metallised Textiles. London: The Lurex Company, 1993. A history of textiles which incorporate metallic threads.

Hill, Bennett. "Lay Patronage and Monastic Architecture: The Norman Abbey of Savigny." In Monasticism and the Arts, edited by Timothy Gregory Verdon, 173-188. New York: Syracuse University Press, 1984. A look at the interdependence of medieval monasticism, its art, and its lay patronage.

Hoke, Ernst and Ingeborg Petrascheck-Heim. "Microprobe Analysis of Gilded Silver Threads from Mediaevel Textiles." Studies in Conservation 22 (1977): 49-62. A chemical analysis of gilt-silver lamellae from thirteenth-century fabric threads found in Austria and a comparison with other museum samples.

Hougen, Björn. "Gulltråd fra Gokstadfunnet." In Studier i Gokstadfunnet, 75-81. Oslo: Oslo Universitets Oldsaksamling, 1934. A picture and brief description of the remaining gold thread from a brocaded tabletwoven band found in the ninth/tenth-century Viking age Gokstad ship burial near Oslo, Norway.

Hughes, M.J. "X-ray Fluorescence Analysis of Gold Threads and Braid from Old Minster at Winchester and from Winchester and Durham Cathedrals." In Object and Economy in Medieval Winchester, edited by Martin Biddle, 79-81. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1990. Analysis of the metallic composition used in the gold threads found in ninth- to fourteenth-century Winchester, England.

Hundt, Hans-Jürgen. "Die Verkohlten Reste von Geweben, Geflechten, Seilen, Schnüren, und Holzgeräten aus Grab 200 von El Cigarralejo." In Madrider Mitteilungen, 187-197. Heidelberg: F. H. Kerle Verlag, 1968. Description and drawings of the remains of several wooden tablets from El Cigarralejo, Spain, which date from 400-375 B.C.E.

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Indicator, N., R.J. Koestler, C. Blair, and A.E. Wardwell. "The Evaluation of Metal Wrappings from Medieval Textiles Using Scanning Electron Microscopy-Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectrometry." Textile History 19:1 (1988): 3-19. Detailed analysis of thirteenth- and fourteenth-century metallic threads used in Italian, Spanish, and Near Eastern fabrics.

Ingstad, Anne Stine. "Hva har tekstilene vært brukt til?" In Oseberg-dronningens Grav, edited by Arne Emil Christensen, Anne Stine Ingstad, and Björn Myhre, 209-223. Oslo: Shibsted, 1992. A discussion of the textiles found in the ninth-century Viking age Oseberg ship burial near Oslo, Norway, including household textiles and women’s clothing.

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Jacques, Renate. "Paramente aus dem Mutmasslichen grab Konrads von Hochstaden." Kölner Domblatt: Jahrbuch des Zentral-Dombauvereins 4 and 5 (1950): 150-158. Analysis with drawings of the thirteenth-century stole and maniple of Archbishop Konrad von Hochstaden of Cologne, Germany. Járó, Márta. "Determination of the manufacturing technique of a 10th century metal thread." ICOM Committee for Conservation 1 (1990): 299-301. A report on an investigation into the method of manufacture of the gold thread used to embroider a tenth-century relic purse, now in Nürnberg, Germany.

Járó, Márta. "Gold Embroidery and Fabrics in Europe: XI-XIV Centuries." The Gold Bulletin 23:2 (1990): 40-57. A review of the results of current research in gold threads used in embroidery and weaving from the eleventh to the fourteenth century.

Járó, Márta. "Technical revolutions in producing gold threads used for European textile decoration." Outils et ateliers d’orfèvres des temps anciens (Société des Amis du Musée des Antiquités Nationales et du château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye) Mémoire 2 (1993): 119-124. A report on a scientific attempt to reconstruct the ancient techniques of manufacturing metallic threads.

Jesch, Judith. Women in the Viking Age. Woodbridge, England: Boydell Press, 1991. A brief mention on p. 18 of the use of brocaded tabletwoven bands on a Viking woman’s overtunic found at tenth-century Haithabu (Hedeby), Denmark.

Jørgensen, Lise Bender. Forhistoriske textiler i Skandinavien. Copenhagen: Det Kongelige Nordiske Oldskriftselskab, 1986. Brief descriptions and catalogue information on the Viking age brocaded bands from Scandinavia.

Jørgensen, Lise Bender. North European Textiles until AD 1000. Århus, Denmark: Århus University Press, 1992. An in-depth analysis of early textiles in northern Europe with a strong focus on woven fabrics, including brocaded tabletwoven bands.

Jørgensen, Lise Bender. "Pre-Roman Iron Age Textiles in Europe North of the Alps." In Archaeological Textiles in Northern Europe (NESAT IV), edited by Lise Bender Jørgensen and Elisabeth Munksgård, 45-51. Copenhagen: Der Kongelige Danske Kunstakademi, 1992. Outlines the characteristic features and various geographical groupings of textiles in northern Europe based on almost 300 separate textile finds from the pre-Roman Iron Age.

Julliot, G. "Notice sur des ornements pontificaux donnés . . . par Madame la Comtesse de Bastard d’Estang." Bulletin Archéologique (1885): 12-13. Descriptions and a drawing of the thirteenth-century stole which possibly was found in St. Loup Church, Brianon, France, now in Sens, France.

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Kellner, H.J., ed. Archäologie in Bayern. Pfaffenhofen: n.p., 1982. Photographs on page 265 of the seventh/eighth-century bands from Aschheim, Weilenbach, and St. Jakob’s Church in Germany with a pattern analysis of the Aschheim band on page 267.

Kendrick, A.F. Catalogue of Early Medieval Woven Fabrics. London: Victoria and Albert Museum, 1925. Includes extensive background information on patterns and fabrics.

Khvoschinskaya, Natalia. "New Finds of Medieval Textiles in the North of Novgorod Land." In Archaeological Textiles in Northern Europe (NESAT IV), edited by Lise Bender Jørgensen and Elisabeth Munksgård, 128-133. Copenhagen: Kongelige Danske Kunstakademi, 1992. A brief mention of several eighth- to twelfth-century tabletwoven bands, one possibly a silk and gold brocaded band, from the Ladoga area north of Novgorod, Russia.

Klein, Aviva. "Tablet Weaving by the Jews of San’a (Yemen)." In The Fabrics of Culture: The Anthropology of Clothing and Adornment, edited by Justine M. Cordwell and R.A. Schwarz, 425-445. The Hague: Mouton, 1979. A detailed description with illustrations and photos of the method of making tabletwoven bands, including brocaded ones, until recently in Yemen .

Kosswig, Leonore. "Carpanacilik ve Istanbul Topkapi Saray Muzesinde Bulunan Carpana Dokumalari." Türk Etnogrefya Dergisi XII (1970): 83-103. History, analyses, and pictures of late (probably ninteenth century) tabletwoven bands, including some that are brocaded, in the Topkapi Saray Museum in Istanbul, Turkey.

Kostelniková, Marie. "Eine kurzgefasste Übersicht über die Textilforschung in Mähren (Tschechoslowakei).' In Textiles in Northern Archaeology (NESAT III), edited by Penelope Walton and John Peter Wild, 113-118. London: Archetype Publications, 1990. Includes three wooden tablets from early medieval Czechoslovakia.

Kubach, Hans Erich and Walter Haas. Der Dom zu Speyer. Munich: Deutscher Kunstverlag, 1972. Extensive written and pictorial report on Speyer Cathedral, Germany, and its treasures which include on pp. 927-1022 and photos 1498-1602 many brocaded tabletwoven bands that survive from vestments and burial clothing of various bishops and kings.

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Lacey, Kay. "The Production of ‘Narrow Ware’ by Silkwomen in Fourteenth and Fifteenth Century England." Textile History 18:2 (1987): 187-203. A discussion about the activities and products made by English women, mainly in London, during the fourteenth and fifteenth century, including brocaded tabletwoven bands.

Larsen, Sofus. Nordisk Guldspinding og Guldbroderi i den Tidlige Middelalder. Copenhagen: Ejnar Munksgård, 1939. The history of gold spinning (making "spun-gold" thread) and of gold embroidery in medieval Scandinavia.

Lehmann-Filhés, Margarethe. Über Brettchenweberei. Berlin: Verlag von Dietrich Reimer, 1901. One of the first works on tablet weaving which includes brocaded bands from the Middle East.

Lemberg, Mechthild. Abegg-Stiftung Bern in Riggisberg II: Textilien. Berlin: Verlag Paul Haupt, 1973. Descriptions and photos of medieval textiles, some with brocaded tabletwoven bands, in the collection of Abegg-Stiftung in Switzerland, including the eleventh-century chasuble attributed to St. Vitalis and a twelfth-century mitre with ninth-century Anglo-Saxon infulae.

Lewis, Ethel. The Romance of Textiles. New York: Macmillan, 1937. The story of design in weaving and an overview of fabrics and patterns throughout history.

Lindahl, Fritze. "Om Absalons gravklædning." Nationalmuseets Arbejdsmark (Copenhagen) (1973): 145-158. An overview of the twelfth-century grave clothes which were found in the tomb of Archbishop Absalon in Sorö Church, Denmark.

Little, Frances. "Textiles from the Excavations in the Orléans Cathedral." The Bulletin of the Needle and Bobbin Club 28:1 and 1 (1944): 24-41. Brief descriptions and a drawing of some thirteenth-century bands found at Orléans Cathedral, France, which may be brocaded tabletwoven bands.

Llamazares, J. Perez. El Tesoro de la Real Colegiata de San Isidoro, de León. Leon: n.p., n.d. Brief description and photo of the two thirteenth-century stoles attributed to Leonor, Queen of Castile and daughter of Henry II of England; now in León, Spain.

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MacGregor, Arthur. Bone, Antler, Ivory, & Horn. London: Croom Helm, 1985. An overview of many of the historical tablets made from bone, ivory, and wood on pp. 191-192 and Figure 101.

MacGregor, Arthur and Ellen Bolick. A Summary Catalogue of the Anglo-Saxon Collections (Non-Ferrous Metals). Oxford: Ashmolean Museum, 1993. Brief description on p. 267 of the gold thread from a sixth-century brocaded band found at Chatham Lines in Kent, England.

Martin, Rebecca. Textiles in Daily Life in the Middle Ages. Cleveland: The Cleveland Museum of Art, 1985. Photo and brief description on pp. 53 and 59 of an eleventh-century brocaded tabletwoven band and on p. 27 (fig. 16) of a brocaded band sewn to the top edge of a thirteenth-century relic bag, possibly French, now in Los Angeles and the Schnütgen Museum, Cologne.

May, Florence Lewis. Silk Textiles of Spain. New York: Hispanic Society of America, 1957. Includes a brief mention on p. 98 of some of the brocaded tabletwoven bands that trim the thirteenth- to fourteenth-century royal tombs at Burgos, Spain.

Mayer-Thurman, Christa. Raiment for the Lord’s Service: A Thousand Years of Western Vestments. Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago, 1975. Includes a description and photo on pp. 60-62 of the thirteenth-century mitre from St. Peter’s in Salzburg, now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Morazzoni, Marta. The Invention of Truth. Hopewell, New Jersey: The Ecco Press, 1995. A wonderfully evocative novel which weaves together the hypothetical story of the creation of the so-called Bayeux Tapestry (actually an embroidery) with the story of a modern poet’s visit to Amiens.

Müller-Christensen, Sigrid. "Examples of Mediaeval Tablet-Woven Bands." In Studies in Textile History, edited by Veronika Gervers, 232-237. Toronto: Royal Ontario Museum, 1977. A discussion with pictures of some brocaded tabletwoven bands from the cathedrals at Speyer and Bamberg, Germany.

Müller-Christensen, Sigrid. Das Grab des Papstes Clemens II im Dom zu Bamberg. Munich: Verlag F. Bruckmann, 1960. A report on the eleventh-century burial of Pope Clement II in Bamberg Cathedral, Germany, which includes descriptions and pictures of brocaded tabletwoven bands on his gloves and mitre infulae as well as photos of other brocaded bands from the same cathedral, such as the twelfth-century mitre of St. Otto and clothing of German emperors.

Müller-Christensen, Sigrid. "Liturgische Gewänder mit den Namen des Heiligen Ulrich." Augusta 955-1955 (Augsburg) (1955): 53-60. The ecclesiastical vestments of St. Ulrich from Augsburg, Germany, with a photo of his tenth-century maniple.

Müller-Christensen, Sigrid, ed. Sakrale Gewänder des Mittelalters. Munich: Bayerischen Nationalmuseum, 1955. Catalogue of a major exhibition in the Bavarian National Museum in Munich, Germany, which includes information on the ninth-century cingulum of Bishop Witgarius, the eleventh-century cingulum of St. Kunigunde, the eleventh-century chasuble of St. Gotthard, the eleventh/twelfth-century chasuble of St. Wolfgang, the eleventh-century mantles of St. Kunigunde and Emperor Henry II, the eleventh-century mitre of St. Otto, and the eleventh/twelfth-century mitre of St. Wolfgang, all of which incorporate brocaded bands.

Munksgård, Elisabeth. "The Costumes Depicted on Gold-Sheet Figures (‘Guldgubbar’)." In Textiles in Northern Archaeology (NESAT III), edited by Penelope Walton and John Peter Wild, 97-100. London: Archetype Publications, 1987. A discussion of the types of clothing, often with trim, depicted on small figures made from gold-sheeting from migration period Sweden.

Munksgård, Elisabeth. "Kopien af dragten fra Mammengraven." In Mammen: Grav, kunst og samfund i vikingetid, edited by Mette Iversen, 151-153. Höjbjerg, Denmark: Jysk Arkaeologisk Selskab, 1991. A reconstruction of the male Viking garb found in a burial from tenth-century Mammen, Denmark, which has brocaded bands on the padded cuffs and on the cloak "pennants."

Munksgård, Elisabeth. Oldtidsdragter. Copenhagen: Nationalmuseet, 1974. A comprehensive overview of Scandinavian costume from antiquity which includes, on pp. 43-45 and 160-178, a discussion of early tablet weaving in Scandinavia as well as descriptions and pictures of the brocaded bands found at Bjerringhöj, Hvilehöj, Haithabu (Hedeby), and Birka.

Muth, Karl. Die ehemalige Klosterkirche in Nieder-Altaich. Passau, Germany: Passavia, 1893. An early description, on pp. 60-61, of the eleventh-century chasuble of St. Gotthard.

Muthesius, Anna. "Byzantine Influences Along the Silk Route: Central Asian Silks Transformed." Contact, Crossover, Continuity (Textile Society of America) (1994): 181-186. A report on the influence of various Byzantine design motifs, technical innovations, and color palettes on medieval European textiles.

Muthesius, Anna. Byzantine Silk Weaving AD 400 to AD 1200. Vienna: Verlag Fassbaender, 1997. Photographs (figs. 12A and 12B) of an eleventh-century silk samitum relic pouch with fourteenth-century brocaded tabletwoven bands trimming the top edge and sides from an anonymous relic chest in France. Muthesius, Anna. "From Seed to Samite: Aspects of Byzantine Silk Production." Textile History 20:2 (1989): 135-149. Muthesius, Anna. Studies in Byzantine and Islamic Silk Weaving. London: Pindar Press, 1995. A paper on the organization of the silk industry in medieval Byzantium.

Muthesius, Anna. Studies in Byzantine and Islamic Silk Weaving. London: Pindar Press, 1995. A compilation of articles by the author which deal with a wide range of topics such as analyses of existing fabrics and theoretical discussion on diplomacy, laws, manufacturing, and merchanting, all pertaining to the early Byzantine and Islamic silk industry.

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Nagy, E. Katalin. " . . . Elegyesen Kötött Öreg Száras Gomb’ a 17. Század Második Feléböl." ("Masterpieces of Hungarian Button-Makers From the Second Half of the Seventeenth Century.") Ars Decorativa 13 (1993): 115-126. Descriptions, analyses, photos, and pattern draughts of the two sets of twelve "long-stemmed buttons" made from brocaded tabletwoven bands on velvet coats which belonged to the Esterhazy family in Hungary, dating from the seventeenth century.

Nahlik, Adam. "Analiza Tkanin z Kurhanów Rassawskich." Archeologie VIII:1 (1956): 172-175. A brief description and pattern draughts of two of the twelfth/thirteenth-century brocaded bands found at Rassawa, Ukraine; now in Crakow, Poland.

Der Name der Freiheit, 1288-1988: Aspekte Kölner Geschichte von Worringen bis heute. Cologne: Kölnisches Stadtmuseum, 1988. A brief description with photos on pp. 220-222 of the finds from the thirteenth-century grave in Bonn Minster, Germany, of Siegfried von Westerburg, Archbishop of Cologne, which include textile remains that are trimmed with brocaded tabletwoven bands.

Noble, David. F. A World Without Women: The Christian Clerical Culture of Western Science. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1993. Includes a brief discussion on the prominence and importance of women in the early ascetic and monastic movements.

Nockert, Margareta. Ärkebiskoparna från Bremen. Stockholm: Statens Historiska Museum, 1986. Photos and brief descriptions of the ecclesiastical vestments from St. Peter’s Cathedral in Bremen, Germany, which are now in Stockholm, some of which are trimmed with brocaded tabletwoven bands.

Nockert Margareta. The Högom Find and Other Migration Period Textiles and Costumes in Scandinavia. Umeå, Sweden: University of Umeå, 1991. A very brief mention of brocaded tablet weaving on p. 83 with a depiction on p. 113 of sixth/seventh-century migration period male clothing in Scandinavia, specifically a diagonal-closing caftan-like garment as well as a baldric, shown on an impressed foil from a helmet from Vendel XIV in Sweden.

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Olson, Emil. "Benplatta med Runinskrift." Fornvännen 3 (1908): 14-27. Description and drawing of the tenth-century square wooden tablet discovered in Lund, Sweden, with an attempt at translating the runes incised on the tablet.

Ornamenta Ecclesiae: Kunst und Künstler der Romanik in Köln. Cologne: Schnütgen Museum, 1985. A three-volume catalogue of a major exhibition in Cologne, Germany, of the ecclesiastical art in the Schnütgen Museum; vol. 2 has pertinent textiles including on pp. 79-83 a description and photo of the fragment of the thirteenth-century stole of St. Kunibert.

Osebergfundet II. Oslo: Den Norske Stat, 1928. A line drawing of the hypothetical reconstruction of the band loom found in the ninth-century Oseberg Viking ship burial.

Østergård, Else. "Textilfragmenterne fra Mammengraven." In Mammen: Grav, kunst og samfund i vikingetid, edited by Mette Iversen, 123-138. Moesgård, Denmark: Jysk Arkaeologisk Selskab, 1991. A description with many photos of the textiles from tenth-century Viking age Mammen, Denmark, including brocaded tabletwoven bands on padded cuffs and on the cloak "pennants."

Østergård, Else and Ole Schmidt. "Undersögelser af tekstilfragmenter fra aerkebiskop Absalons grav i Sorö kirke." Nationalmuseets Arbejdsmark (Copenhagen) (1973): 135-144. An analysis of the twelfth/thirteenth-century textile fragments from the grave of Archbishop Absalon in Sorö Church, Denmark, which include brocaded bands as "clavii" on a dalmatic.

Owen-Crocker, Gale R. Dress in Anglo-Saxon England. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1986. An extensive overview of the clothing worn in England from the end of the Roman occupation through the Norman Conquest, including the brocaded tabletwoven bands worn by Anglo-Saxon women as hair fillets.

Øye, Ingvild. Textile Equipment and Its Working Environment, Bryggen in Bergen c.1150-1500. The Bryggen Papers, Main Series, vol. 2, 1988. A very brief description on pp. 78-79 of the twelfth/thirteenth-century square pine tablet and the triangular leather tablet (date unknown) from the Bryggen in Bergen excavations in Norway.

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Palustre, Léon. Mélanges d’Art et d’Archéologie. Tours: L. Pericat Libraire, 1888. A catalogue of an exhibition in Tours, France, which includes on pp. 31-34 a description and photos of the thirteenth- to fifteenth-century "cingulum of the Virgin."

Patterson, Robert. "Tablet-woven braids." In Thread of Gold: The Embroideries and Textiles in York Minster, edited by Elizabeth Ingram, 19-22. Andover, England: Pitkin Pictorials, 1987. Analysis, drawings, and photos of the brocaded bands from the thirteenth-century tomb of Archbishop Walter de Gray of York, England.

Peter-Müller, Irmgard. "Ein rätselhaftes Bischofsgrab." Jahresbericht (Basel Historisches Museum) (1975-1978): 33-57. A description with photos of the eleventh/twelfth-century burial vestments of a "mystery bishop" found in a grave in Basel Minster, Switzerland, which includes a tiny brocaded tabletwoven band on a pontifical shoe.

Petrasch, Ernst, Reinhard Sänger, Eva Zimmerman, and Hans Georg Majer. Die Karlsruher Türkenbeute. Munich: Hirmer Verlag, 1991. An account with photos on pp. 135-138 of several seventeenth-century Turkish brocaded tabletwoven bands made into saddle girths for horses.

Petrascheck-Heim, Ingeborg. "Die Goldhauben und Textilien der hochmittelalterlichen Gräber von Villach-Judendorf." Neues aus Alt-Villach (Museum der Stadt Villach) (1970): 57-134. In-depth analysis, photos, and drawings of the thirteenth/fourteenth-century textiles found in graves at Villach-Judendorf, Austria, including one thirteenth-century burial cap made from three brocaded bands sewn together and another thirteenth-century cap with a brocaded tabletwoven band as trim.

Petrascheck-Heim, Ingeborg. "Textilkundliche Untersuchungen von Stickereien aus Grab I in der Stadtpfarrkirche von Traismauer." Fundberichte aus Österreich 16 (1977): 261-274. Analysis and photo of an ?eighth/ninth- (probably twelfth-) century brocaded tabletwoven band from Traismauer, Austria.

Pocknee, Cyril. Liturgical Vesture. Westminster, Maryland: Canterbury Press, 1961. An overview of the origins and development of church vestments with an in-depth look at each separate piece.

Pritchard, Frances. "Aspects of the Wool Textiles from Viking Age Dublin." In Archaeological Textiles in Northern Europe (NESAT IV), edited by Lise Bender Jørgensen and Elisabeth Munksgård, 93-104. Copenhagen: Det Kongelige Danske Kunstakademi, 1992. A brief description of a brocaded tabletwoven band from tenth- to twelfth-century Viking age Dublin, Ireland.

Pritchard, Frances. "Missing Threads from Medieval Textiles in North West Europe." In Archaeological Textiles Occasional Paper Number 10, 15-17. London: United Kingdom Institute for Conservation, 1990. Includes a photo and analysis of the "spun-silver" brocade weft thread of a brocaded tabletwoven band from tenth/eleventh-century Viking age Dublin, Ireland.

Pritchard, Frances. "Silk Braids and Textiles of the Viking Age from Dublin." In Archaeological Textiles (NESAT II), edited by Lise Bender Jørgensen, Bente Magnus, and Elisabeth Munksgård, 149-156. Copenhagen: Arkaeologisk Institut, 1988. A report with illustrations about six brocaded tabletwoven bands found in tenth/eleventh-century Viking age Dublin, Ireland.

Pritchard, Frances. "Weaving Tablets from Roman London." In Textilsymposium Neumünster: Archäologische Textilfunde - Archaeological Textiles (NESAT V), edited by G. Jaacks and Klaus Tidow, 157-161. Neumünster, Germany: Textilmuseum Neumünster, 1994. A report on square and triangular tablets cut from cow scapulae from first-century Roman London.

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Rademacher, Franz. "Ein byzantinisches Goldemail-Medaillon aus dem Grab des Kölner Erzbischofs Sifrid von Westerburg in der Bonner Münsterkirche." Festschrift für Erik Meyer zum 60. Geburtstag (1957): 39-40.Brief descriptions of the thirteenth-century burial vestments of Siegfried von Westerburg, Archbishop of Cologne, from his grave in Bonn Minster, Bonn, Germany.

Ramm, H.G. and Donald King. "The tombs of Archbishops Walter de Gray (1216-55) and Godfrey deLudham (1258-65) in York Minster and their contents, Part 6: The Textiles." Archaeologia CII (1971): 127-131. A formal report which includes descriptions of the thirteenth-century brocaded bands found in the grave of Archbishop Walter de Gray in York, England.

Rasmussen, Liisa and Bjarne Lönborg. "Dragtrester i grav ACQ, Köstrup." Finske Minder (Odense Bys Museer) (1993): 175-182. A description of a tenth-century Viking woman’s clothing found in a cemetery in Köstrup, Denmark, which included a brocaded tabletwoven band on the "apron-dress."

Ratisbona Sacra: Das Bistum Regensburg im Mittelalter. Munich: Verlag Schnell und Steiner, 1989. An exhibition catalogue which includes on pp. 82-84 the eleventh/twelfth-century chasuble attributed to St. Wolfgang of Regensburg, Germany, which is trimmed with brocaded tabletwoven bands.

Regensburg Cathedral Treasury catalogue. Regensburg, Germany: n.p., n.d. Includes the eleventh/twelfth-century chasuble of St. Wolfgang of Regensburg, Germany, which incorporates brocaded tabletwoven bands.

Rode, Herbert. "Zur Grablege und zum Grabmal des Erzbischofs Konrad von Hochstaden." Kölner Domblatt (1979/80): 203-222. Descriptions and photos of the thirteenth-century stole and maniple of Archbishop Konrad von Hochstaden from Cologne, Germany.

Roes, Anna. Bone and Antler Objects from the Frisian Terp-Mounds. Haarlem: H. D. Tjeenk Willink & Zoon N.V., 1963. One triangular and five square bone tablets, possibly Carolingian, found in the medieval Frisian terp mounds (low dirt mounds which had been inhabited for a great period of time) in the Netherlands, on pp. 49-50 and Plate LIX.

Roesdahl, Else and David M. Wilson, eds. From Viking to Crusader: Scandinavia and Europe 800-1200. Nordic Council of Ministers, 1992. An exhibition catalogue which includes a square horn tablet from ninth/tenth-century Birka, Sweden, on p. 241.

Rogers, P. Walton. "Textiles in Two Medieval Burials at Lincoln Cathedral." Textile Associates Report (17 February 1994) to City of Lincoln Archaeology Unit and Dean and Chapter of Lincoln Cathedral (unpublished). Photocopy. Analysis and pattern draughts of the fragments of two fourteenth-century brocaded tabletwoven bands found in Lincoln Cathedral, England.

Römer-Johannsen, Ute and Christof Römer. 800 Jahre St. Aegidien. Braunschweig: Braunschweigischen Landesmuseums für Geschichte und Volkstum, 1979. Exhibition catalogue which includes on pp. 27-28 and Abbs. 9 and 10 a description and illustrations of the twelfth-century mitre (possibly Abbot Rengerus’s) from St. Aegidien Church in Braunschweig, Germany, which has brocaded bands on the infulae.

Rötting, Hartmut. Stadtarchäologie in Braunschweig. Hameln, Germany: Verlag C.W. Niermeyer, 1985. Includes on pp. 295-305 a description with drawings and photos of the twelfth-century mitre from St. Aegidien Church in Braunschweig, Germany, which may be attributed to Abbot Rengerus, which has brocaded tabletwoven bands on the infulae.

Rowe, Margaret T.J. "Fragments from the Tomb of an Unknown Bishop of Saint Denis, Paris." The Bulletin of the Needle and Bobbin Club 52:1 and 2 (1969): 26-33. Description and photo of the bands which trimmed the chasuble of a thirteenth-century bishop which were found in his tomb in St. Denis near Paris, France; now in the Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut.

Royal Ontario Museum catalogue. Toronto: Royal Ontario Museum. Photocopy. A description of a fourteenth-century band .

Rutt, Richard. A History of Hand Knitting. Loveland, Colorado: Interweave Press, 1987. Photos and brief descriptions of a thirteenth/fourteenth-century cingulum from Halberstadt, Germany, and the twelfth-century cingulum attributed to St. Edmund, Archbishop of Canterbury; now in Sens, France.

Rygiel, Judith. "The Holy Work of Textiles in Medieval Monasteries." Ars Textrina 18 (1992): 27-36. A report on various medieval monastic endeavors in the world of textiles from the raising of sheep to the embellishment of fabric.

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Sachs, Eleanor B. "Some Notes on a Twelfth-century Bishop’s Mitre in the Metropolitan Museum of Art." The Bulletin of the Needle and Bobbin Club 61:1 and 2 (1978): 2-52. An excellent description and drawing of the weave used for "Palermo bands" which are often confused with brocaded tabletwoven bands.

St. Gallen Textilmuseum exhibition catalogue. St. Gallen, Switzerland: n.p., 1985/86. A brief analysis and photo of a brocaded band possibly from fourteenth-century Jerusalem or Palestine.

Sakrale Gewänder. Bamberg: Bamberg Cathedral, n.d. Exhibition catalogue of sacred clothing in the Bavarian National Museum, Munich, Germany, which includes on pp. 17-18, 24, and Plates 10 and 44 information and photos of the eleventh-century cingulum and mantle of St. Kunigunde.

Schmedding, Brigitta. Mittelalterliche Textilien in Kirchen und Klöstern der Schweiz. Bern: Verlag Stämpfli & Cie, 1978. A catalogue of medieval textiles in Swiss churches and monasteries which includes many brocaded tabletwoven bands that date from the eighth to the fifteenth century.

Schramm, Percy and Florentine Mütherich. Denkmale der deutschen Könige und Kaiser. Munich: Prestel Verlag, 1962. A book on the monuments of Germany royalty from 728 to 1250 C.E. which includes descriptions and pictures of the ninth-century cingulum of St. Witgarius, the eleventh-century mantle of Henry II, the twelfth-century burial clothing of Henry VI, and the twelfth/thirteenth-century cingulum and shoes of King Philip of Swabia.

Schuette, Marie. "Tablet Weaving." CIBA Review 117 (Nov., 1956): 2-29. A general introduction to the history and techniques of tablet weaving with a section on medieval tablet weaving with several photos of brocaded tabletwoven bands.

Schuette, Marie and Sigrid Müller-Christensen. A Pictorial History of Embroidery. New York: Frederick A. Praeger, 1963. Includes a brief mention and photo on p. 302 and fig. 94 of the twelfth/thirteenth-century "Lion Dalmatic" from Halberstadt Cathedral, Germany, which may have brocaded tabletwoven bands.

Scott, Philippa. The Book of Silk. London: Thames and Hudson, 1993. Extensive background information on the history of silk and silk textiles.

Secular and Ecclesiastical Treasuries. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, 1991. A catalogue which includes on pp. 134-145 descriptions and photos of the coronation robes of the Holy Roman Empire including the twelfth-century "Blue Dalmatic" (tunicle), the twelfth-century alb of King William II, the twelfth-century mantle of Roger II, which is trimmed with a brocaded tabletwoven band, as well as the seventeenth-century shoes which have welfth/thirteenth-century brocaded bands on them.

Sens Cathedral Treasury catalogue. Sens, France. Photocopy. Information on the many thirteenth-century brocaded tabletwoven bands from the ecclesiastical vestments found in Sens Cathedral, France.

Sheffer, Avigail. "Ancient Textiles Decorated with Color from the Land of Israel." In Colors from Nature: Natural Colors in Ancient Times, edited by Chagit Sorek and Etan Ayalon, 32-33. Tel Aviv: The Eretz Israel Museum, 1993. Includes a very brief description and photo on p. 73 of a seventh-century brocaded tabletwoven band found in an old Roman fort at ‘En-Boqeq by the Dead Sea in Israel.

Sheffer, Avigail and Amalia Tidhar. "The Textiles from the ‘En-Boqeq excavation in Israel." Textile History 22:1 (1991): 3, 18-19. Analysis and photo of the seventh-century brocaded tabletwoven band found in an old Roman fort at ‘En-Boqeq by the Dead Sea in Israel.

Sjöberg-Pietarinen, Solveig. "Åboreins and rope-making." Åbo, Finland: n.p., n.d. A brief report on the folk art use of tabletwoven bands as horse reins made as wedding gifts in Finland.

Spies, Nancy. Ecclesiastical Pomp & Aristocratic Circumstance: A Thousand Years of Brocaded Tabletwoven Bands. Self-published How to weave brocade as well as the history of its heyday in Medieval times.

Sorber, Frieda. "Kaartjesweefsels. Stof uit de Kist: De middeleeuws textielschat uit de abdij van Sint-Truiden, 357-385. Saint Truiden, Belgium: Provinciaal Museum voor Religieuze Kunst, 1991. Analysis and pattern draughts of the twenty-nine thirteenth/fourteenth-century tabletwoven bands discovered at St. Truiden Abbey in Belgium, most of which are brocaded.

Sorber, Frieda. "The St.-Truiden Textiles: Embroidered Net, Tabletwoven Borders, Braided and Knotted Trim." Medieval Textiles, Particularly in the Meuse-Rhine Area, 51-61. Saint Truiden, Belgium: Provinciaal Museum voor Religieuze Kunst, 1991. A description of the thirteenth- to fifteenth-century textiles found at St. Truiden Abbey in Belgium, including twenty-nine thirteenth/fourteenth-century tabletwoven bands, most of which are brocaded.

Staniland, Kay. Medieval Craftsmen: Embroiderers. London: British Museum Press, 1991. Overview of the materials, techniques, products, and guild organization of medieval embroiderers in Europe.

Staley, Edgcumbe. The Guilds of Florence. London: Methuen, 1906. A look at the medieval Florentine guilds, with Chapter VII focusing on the silk guilds.

Stegman, Hans. Katalog der Gewebesammlung des Germanischen Nationalmuseums,II. Teil: Stickereien, Spitzen und Posamentierarbeiten. Nürnberg: Germanischen Museums, 1901. Under "III. Filet, Kurchbrucharbeiten, und Nadelspitzen", a very brief mention of a thirteenth-century embroidered silk mesh hairnet; missing from the entry is mention of the brocaded tabletwoven band which trims the bottom edge of the hairnet.

Stein, F. Adelsgräber des 8. Jhs. in Deutschland. Berlin: n.p., 1967. Brief descriptions on pp. 246-247 of two eighth-century bands from St. Jakob’s Church in Polling, Germany.

Stewart, Horace. History of the Worshipful Company of Gold and Silver Wyre-Drawers. London: The Leadenhall Press, 1891. The origins and history of the gold and silver wire-drawing industry.

Stolte, Heidi. "as Ärmeltuch des Bischofs Ulrich von Augsburg - Musternachbildung eines Brettchengewebes." In Textilsymposium Neumünster: Archäologische Textilfunde - Archaeological Textiles (NESAT V), edited by G. Jaacks and Klaus Tidow, 120-128. Neumünster, Germany: Textilmuseum Neumünster, 1994. Analysis of the reconstruction of the tenth-century maniple of St. Ulrich of Augsburg, Germany.

Stolte, Heidi. "Zweiter Versuch der Musternachbildung eines Brettchengewebes: Manipel des Heiligen Ulrich." Experimentelle Archäologie (1991): 339-346. Further analysis of the reconstruction of the tenth-century maniple of St. Ulrich of Augsburg, Germany.

Stratford, Neil, Pamela Tudor-Craig, and Anna Maria Muthesius. "Archbishop Hubert Walter’s Tomb and its Furnishing." Medieval Art and Architecture of Canterbury before 1220 (British Archaeological Association) (1982): 71-87. A brief description and photos of the fragment of a twelfth/thirteenth-century chasuble trimmed with brocaded tabletwoven bands from the tomb of Hubert Walter, Archbishop of Canterbury, England.

Streiter, Anneliese. "Eine mittelalterliche Abtsmitra aus Braunschweig: Berung, Konservierung und Rekonstruktion/Nachbildung." In Textiles in Northern Archaeology (NESAT III), edited by Penelope Walton and John Peter Wild, 145-154. London: Archetype Publications, 1990. Covers the conservation and reconstruction of the twelfth-century mitre from St. Aegidien in Braunschweig, Germany, which has brocaded tabletwoven bands on the infulae.

Suevia Sacra. Augsburg, Germany: n.p., 1973. An exhibition catalogue from Augsburg, Germany, of early art in Swabia which includes descriptions and photos of the ninth-century cingulum of St. Witgarius, a ninth/tenth-century cingulum from Speyer Cathedral, the tenth-century maniple of St. Ulrich, and the eleventh/twelfth-century stole of St. Hartmann, all of which incorporate brocaded tabletwoven bands.

Sylwan, Vivi. "Om brickband." Fornvännen (1921): 211-235. Overview of tablet weaving mainly in Scandinavia with photos and descriptions of a fourteenth/fifteenth-century brocaded band possibly from Egypt, now in Copenhagen, Denmark; a fifteenth-century band in Göteborg, Sweden; and the fifteenth-century antependium trimmed with brocaded tabletwoven bands from Höfði Church, Iceland.

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Taubert, Gesine. "Erwähnung von Textilien in mittelhochdeutschen Epen." In Documenta Textilia, edited by Mechthild Flury-Lemberg and Karen Stolleis, 13-18. Munich: Deutscher Kunstverlag, 1981. References to textiles in Middle High German epics such as the thirteenth-century epic, "Tristan und Isolde."

Textilien der Cathédrale de Lausanne. Bern: Foundation Abegg, 1975. Analysis of several eleventh- and twelfth-century brocaded tabletwoven bands from Lausanne Cathedral, Switzerland.

Thunmark-Nylén, Lena. Stockholm: Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademien, 1995. Bone or antler tablets from Viking age Sweden shown in plates 81b, 205a, 207a, and 209b with several examples of very small four-holed tablets, some still with rivets, which are actually leather mounts.

Tomedi, Irene. "Zur Konservierung der Mitra des Bischofs Bruno von Kirchberg im Domschatz zu Brixen." Kunst und Kirche in Tirol, 253-271. Bozen: Verlagsanstatt Athesia, 1987. Description, drawings and photographs of the thirteenth-century mitre with brocaded tabletwoven bands attributed to Bishop Bruno von Kirchberg, still in Brixen (Bressanone) Cathedral, Italy.

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Visser, W.J.A. Geschiedensis der Relieken van den H. Willibrordus, Die in 1301 naar Oudmunster te Utrecht zijn Overgebracht. Utrecht: Wed. J.R.L. van Rossum, 1933. A brief description of the so-called bursa attributed to St. Willibrord of Utrecht which is made from a brocaded tabletwoven band folded in half; stolen in 1933.

Volbach, Wolfgang. Catalogo del Museo sacro della Biblioteca apostolica vaticana Vol. 3: I tessuti del Museo sacro vaticano. The Vatican: Biblioteca Apostolica, 1942. A description and photo of a sixth- to eighth- (probably eighth-) century cingulum in the Vatican Museum which is a brocaded tabletwoven band.

von Lerber, Karen. "A Medieval Bell-Shaped Chasuble from St. Peter in Salzburg." Journal of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 4 (1992): 27-51. Description, analysis, drawings, and photos of an eleventh-century chasuble from St. Peter’s in Salzburg, Austria, which has brocaded bands at the hem; now in Boston.

von Wilckens, Leonie. Aus dem Danziger Paramentenschatz und dem Schatz der Schwarzhäupter zu Riga. Germany: n.p., 1958. A description on p. 32 of the fifteenth-century cingulum from Marienkirche in Danzig, now in Lübeck, Germany.

von Wilckens, Leonie. Die mittelalterlichen Textilien. Braunschweig: Herzog Anton Ulrich Museum, 1994. Exhibition catalogue which includes analyses of three fifteenth-century ecclesiastical vestments -- a dalmatic and two chasubles -- which have brocaded tabletwoven bands.

von Wilckens, Leonie. Die textilen Künste von der Spätantike bis um 1500. Munich: Verlag C.H. Beck, 1991. An overview of textile arts from late antiquity to 1500 which includes discussions on pp. 97-103 and 354-355 of tablet weaving and brocaded bands.

von Wilckens, Leonie. "Überlegungen zu den Fünf Salzburger Mitren des hohen Mittelalters." Anzeiger des Germanischen Nationalmuseums, 1984: 13-20. Photographs and descriptions of five medieval mitres from Salzburg, several of which have brocaded tabletwoven bands.

Vons-Comis, Sandra. "Differences in Social Status Reflected in Post-Medieval Archaeological Textiles?" In Archaeological Textiles (NESAT II), edited by Lise Bender Jørgensen and Elisabeth Munksgård, 211-220. Copenhagen: Arkaeologisk Institut, 1988. An overview of some sixteenth/seventeenth-century textiles found in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, including several tabletwoven bands, some of which may have been brocaded.

Voss, Olfert. "Hörning-graven." In Mammen: Grav, kunst og samfund i vikingetid, edited by Mette Iversen, 189-203. Moesgård, Denmark: Jysk Arkaeologisk Selskab, 1991. Description with drawings and photos of the brocaded tabletwoven bands which trimmed the "dress-tunic" of a ca. 1000 C.E. Viking woman found at Hörning, Denmark.

Vynckier, J. "Resultaten van de Metaaldraadanalyse." Stof Uit de Kist: De middeleeuwse textielschat uit de abdij van St.-Truiden, 118-123. Saint Truiden: Provinciaal Museum voor Religieuze Kunst, 1991. Analysis of the metal threads used in the thirteenth/fourteenth-century textiles, including twenty-nine tabletwoven bands, many of which are brocaded, that were discovered in St. Truiden Abbey in Belgium.

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Walton, Penelope. "The Dyes." In Textiles and Clothing c. 1150-c. 1450, edited by Elisabeth Crowfoot, Frances Pritchard, and Kay Staniland, 199-210. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, 1992. Includes an analysis of the dyes used in the brocaded tabletwoven bands found in excavations in twelfth- to fifteenth-century London.

Walton, Penelope. "Dyes and wools in textiles from Mammen (Bjerringhöj), Denmark." In Mammen: Grav, kunst og samfund i vikingetid, edited by Mette Iversen, 139-143. Moesgård, Denmark: Jysk Arkaeologisk Selskab, 1991. Includes an analysis of the dyes used in the brocaded tabletwoven bands found at tenth-century Viking age Mammen, Denmark.

Walton, Penelope. "Dyes of the Viking Age: A Summary of Recent Work." Dyes in History and Archaeology 7 (1988): 14-20. A report on the dyes used on wool and silk textiles found in tenth- to twelfth-century Viking urban deposits in Dublin, Ireland.

Watson, Andrew. "Back to Gold - and Silver." The Economic History Review Second Series XX:1 (1967): 1-34. An extensive report on the monetary history of the trade in gold and silver in Europe and the Muslim world from 1000 to 1500 C.E.

Webster, Leslie and Janet Backhouse, eds. The Making of England: Anglo-Saxon Art and Culture, AD 600-900. London: British Museum Press, 1991. Exhibition catalogue which includes a description and photo on p. 136 of a tabletwoven band with soumak and brocading from ninth-century Ravenna, Italy; analysis and photo on pp. 183-184 of the Anglo-Saxon tabletwoven band that combines soumak wrapping and brocading used to form the infulae on a twelfth-century Austrian mitre; description and photos on p. 184 of the eighth/ninth-century Anglo-Saxon embroideries, referred to as the so-called chasuble of Sts. Harlindis and Relindis, now in Maaseik, Belgium.

Weibel, Adèle Coulin. Two Thousand Years of Textiles. New York: Pantheon Books, 1952. Includes analyses and photos of two brocaded tabletwoven bands, possibly Sicilian, from the eleventh and eleventh/twelfth century as well as a twelfth/thirteenth-century mitre infula.

Weiner, Annette and Jane Schneider, eds. Cloth and Human Experience. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1989. Thirteen essays that explore the social and political significance of cloth in small-scale and industrial societies.

West, Stanley. West Stow The Anglo-Saxon Village Volume 2: Figures and Plates. Ipswich: Suffolk County Planning Department, 1985. A small square tablet, probably a mount on leather, made of bronze from the fourth- to seventh-century Anglo-Saxon settlement at West Stow, England, shown in Fig. 227.

Whitelock, Dorothy. Anglo-Saxon Wills. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1930. Includes bequests of ecclesiastical vestments and personal clothing which may have included brocaded tabletwoven bands.

Wild, John Peter. Textile Manufacture in the Northern Roman Provinces. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1970. A brief mention of tablet weaving and tablets from Roman London and Wroxeter, England.

Williamson, Paul, ed. The Medieval Treasury: The Art of the Middle Ages in the Victoria and Albert Museum. London: Victoria and Albert Museum, 1986. Photograph on p. 174 of the thirteenth-century brocaded tabletwoven band on the buskin of Walter de Cantelupe, Bishop of Worcester.

Wyss, Robert. "Die Handarbeiten der Maria." Artes Minores: Dank an Werner Abegg, 113-188. Bern: Verlag Stämpfli & Cie, 1973. A study of textile techniques based on medieval illuminations of the Virgin Mary including tablet weaving.

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Zarina, Anna. Libiesu Apgerbs 10.-13. gs.. Riga, Latvia: Zinatne, 1988. Analysis of tenth- to thirteenth-century Latvian clothing and textiles which included band trim, some of which may be brocaded tabletwoven bands.

Die Zeit der Staufer. Stuttgart: Württembergisches Landesmuseum, 1977. A exhibition catalogue in two volumes which includes, on pages 618-619, descriptions of the twelfth/thirteenth-century cingulum and shoes of King Philip of Swabia, and on pages 626-627 descriptions of three eleventh- and twelfth-century brocaded bands, probably Sicilian, with pictures of them in the second volume.

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