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Tanning Skins the Stone Age way

VANHAPIHA, M., "Tanning Skins the Stone Age way", Bulletin of Primitive Technology, vol. 42, Utah, Society of Primitive Technology, pp. 88-91, 10/2011.

Frozen in Time: the Iceman Quiver

NEAL, G. R., "Frozen in Time: the Iceman Quiver", Bulletin of Primitive Technology, vol. 41, Utah, Society of Primitive Technology, pp. 33-38, 2011.

Got buckskin scraps?

LAVELLE, J., "Got buckskin scraps?", Bulletin of Primitive Technology, vol. 2010, issue 40, Utah, Society of Primitive Technology, pp. 88-89, Fall 2010.

Direkte og indirekte vidnesbyrd om læderhåndværk og –kunst i vikingetiden

MADSEN, H B., "Direkte og indirekte vidnesbyrd om læderhåndværk og –kunst i vikingetiden", Metalhåndværk og håndværk og håndværkspladser fra yngre germansk jernalder, vikingetid og tidlig middelalder: rapport fra et seminar på Hollufgård den 22. oktober 2001, vol. 9, Odense, Odense Bys Museer, 2002.

Discovering Archaeology

WOOD, J., "Discovering Archaeology", Discovering Archaeology, vol. 10/1999, New York, NY, Scientific American, Inc., pp. xx-xx, 10/1999.

Matter over mind: perishables and the glorification of materiality in archaeology

WOBST, M. H., "Matter over mind: perishables and the glorification of materiality in archaeology", Fleeting Identities: perishable material culture in archaeological research, vol. 28, Carbondale IL, Center for Archaeological Invesigations, Southern Illinois University, pp. 43-57, 2001.

understanding grinding technology through experimentation

ADAMS, J. L., "understanding grinding technology through experimentation", Designing Experimental Research in Archaeology, Examining Technology through Production and Use, Boulder, Colorado, University Press of Colorado, pp. 129-151, 2010.

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