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Discussion: Working with knives in AOAMs

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This is an extract from a lengthy and lively Facebook discussion in the Archaeological Open Air Museums group, started on the 5th of February 2016 by Roeland Paardekooper, at that time in the Archäologisches Freilichtmuseum Oerlinghausen...

Von der Theorie zur Praxis - Hornschäftungen an Messern und Saxen

VOLPERT, H.-P., "Von der Theorie zur Praxis - Hornschäftungen an Messern und Saxen", Bajuwarenhof Kirchheim – Projekt für lebendige Archäologie des frühen Mittelalters, vol. Jahresschrift 2011, München, Verlag und Druckerei Hintermaier, pp. 69-72, 2011.

Three-edged knife, the hafted blade or “triface”

ADAMS, S., "Three-edged knife, the hafted blade or “triface”", Bulletin of Primitive Technology, vol. 2010, issue 39, Utah, Society of Primitive Technology, pp. 92-93, 05/2010.

The Hoko knife revisited

KRITZON, C., "The Hoko knife revisited", Bulletin of Primitive Technology, vol. 2008, issue 36, Utah, Society of Primitive Technology, pp. 76-77, 2008.

Vikingetidens knivsmede i Smørum

LYNGSTRØM, H S., "Vikingetidens knivsmede i Smørum", Årsskrift 1992 for Ledøje-Smørum Historisk Forening og Arkiv, vol. 1992, Smørum, Ledøje-Smørum Historisk Forening og Arkiv, pp. 31-42, 1992.

Jernalderknive

LYNGSTRØM, H S., "Jernalderknive", Husflid, issue 1, Skjern, pp. 6-7, 1996.

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