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Middelaldercentrets tekstilblog

Middelaldercentrets tekstilblog

Way back when.

Way back when.

c. 1370-1400 Tacuinum Sanitatis (ONB Codex Vindobonensis, series nova 2644)  fol. 104v, abbigliamento di lino

c. 1370-1400 Tacuinum Sanitatis (ONB Codex Vindobonensis, series nova 2644) fol. 104v, abbigliamento di lino

The Hague, KB, 76 F 21  Book of Hours (use of Paris)  Paris; c. 1400-1410

The Hague, KB, 76 F 21 Book of Hours (use of Paris) Paris; c. 1400-1410

Lots more pics of medieval women tablet weaving. Not that the top stave is so high on the loom in these pics, in contrast to modern reconstructions.

Lots more pics of medieval women tablet weaving. Not that the top stave is so high on the loom in these pics, in contrast to modern reconstructions.

Middelaldercentrets tekstilblog

Middelaldercentrets tekstilblog

Arachne. See the spider at upper right corner. http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b60007552/f67.item

Arachne. See the spider at upper right corner. http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b60007552/f67.item

No card weaving, but normal loom?  France, Penelope at her loom, miniature, circa 1505, From the manuscipt Lives of Famous Women by Antoine Dufour.

No card weaving, but normal loom? France, Penelope at her loom, miniature, circa 1505, From the manuscipt Lives of Famous Women by Antoine Dufour.

14th century (ca. 1330-1335) France - Paris? New York, Morgan Library MS M.456: Instructions for Kings fol. 56r - seems to be the Moirai (Clotho, Lachesis, Atropos) http://www.themorgan.org/collections/works/IlluminatingFashion/manuscript.asp

14th century (ca. 1330-1335) France - Paris? New York, Morgan Library MS M.456: Instructions for Kings fol. 56r - seems to be the Moirai (Clotho, Lachesis, Atropos) http://www.themorgan.org/collections/works/IlluminatingFashion/manuscript.asp

Medieval Illustrations of Spinning, Weaving and Combing. Combs with iron teeth set at a right angle to the handle were used to comb wool. Used in pairs, the combs were either held one in each hand or one comb was set in a stand (see above) and the other was held in the hand. In England, this type of wool comb has been found in archaeological sites dating to the sixth century.

Medieval Illustrations of Spinning, Weaving and Combing. Combs with iron teeth set at a right angle to the handle were used to comb wool. Used in pairs, the combs were either held one in each hand or one comb was set in a stand (see above) and the other was held in the hand. In England, this type of wool comb has been found in archaeological sites dating to the sixth century.

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