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2013
MATSIN, A., "The 13th-16th Century Tablet-woven Bands from Estonia", Ancient Textiles, Modern Science. Re-creating Techniques through Experiment, Oxford, Oxbow Books, pp. 64-78, Spring 2014, 2013.
RINGENBERG, S., and K. KANIA, "A Conference from the Craftsperson's Perspective: introduction to the European Textile Forum", Ancient Textiles, Modern Science. Re-creating Techniques through Experiment, Oxford, Oxbow Books, pp. 3-10, Spring 2014, 2013.
HOPKINS, H., "Reconstructing the Dyeing Industry of Pompeii through Experimental Archaeology: the challenges and rewards of a new approach", Ancient Textiles, Modern Science. Re-creating Techniques through Experiment, Oxford, Oxbow Books, pp. 119-133, Spring 2014, 2013.
HOPKINS, H., "Reconstructing the Dyeing Industry of Pompeii through Experimental Archaeology: the challenges and rewards of a new approach", Ancient Textiles, Modern Science. Re-creating Techniques through Experiment, Oxford, Oxbow Books, pp. 119-133, Spring 2014, 2013.
KANIA, K., "The Spinning Experiment: influences on yarn in spinning with a hand-spindle", Ancient Textiles, Modern Science. Re-creating Techniques through Experiment, Oxford, Oxbow Books, pp. 11-29, Spring 2014, 2013.
GOSLEE, S., "Structural Considerations for Understanding Historical Tablet Weaving", Ancient Textiles, Modern Science. Re-creating Techniques through Experiment, Oxford, Oxbow Books, pp. 30-48, Spring 2014, 2013.
REICHERT, A., "Textile Techniques of the Stone Ages", Ancient Textiles, Modern Science. Re-creating Techniques through Experiment, Oxford, Oxbow Books, pp. 79-101, Spring 2014, 2013.
CISZUK, M., and L. HAMMARLUND, "Tracing Production Processes and Craft Culture: the reconstruction of the Gunnister Man costume", Ancient Textiles, Modern Science. Re-creating Techniques through Experiment, Oxford, Oxbow Books, pp. 102-118, Spring 2014, 2013.
HOLMQVIST, V., "The Use of Craft Skills in Historical Textile Research: some examples drawn from a study of Medieval tablet weaving", Ancient Textiles, Modern Science. Re-creating Techniques through Experiment, Oxford, Oxbow Books, pp. 49-63, Spring 2014, 2013.
2011
HOPKINS, H., "Using experimental archaeology to answer the unanswerable: a case study using Roman Dyeing", Experiments with Past Materialities, vol. 2302, no. BAR International Series, Oxford, Hadrian Books, pp. 81-92, 2011.
HOPKINS, H., "Using experimental archaeology to answer the "unanswerable": A case study using Roman dyeing", Reconstructions: recreating science and technology of the past, issue Economic archaeology. From structure to performance in European archaeology, Edinburgh, National Museums Scotland NMS Enterprises Limited, pp. 21-49, 2011.
2008
HOPKINS, H., "Using Experimental Archaeology to Answer the Unanswerable: A case study using Roman Dyeing", Experiencing Archaeology By Experiment, Oxford, Oxbow Books, pp. 103-118, 2008.
2005
HOPKINS, H., L. WILLIMOTT, R. JANAWAY, D. ROBINSON, and W. SEALE, "Understanding the economic influence of the dyeing industry in Pompeii through the application of experimental archaeology and thermodynamics", Scientifi c Analysis of Ancient and Historic Textiles, Informing Preservation, Display and interpretation, London, Archetype Publications Ltd, pp. xx-xx, 2005.