Series: Medieval Dublin Excavations: Series B

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Viking-Age Decorated Wood: A Study of Its Ornament and Style by James T. Lang1
The Runic Inscriptions of Viking Age Dublin by Michael P. Barnes5
Viking Age Headcoverings From Dublin by Elizabeth Wincott Heckett6
Medieval Pottery from Wood Quay, Dublin by Clare McCutcheon7
Weapons and Warfare in Viking and Medieval Dublin by Andrew Halpin9

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  4. Cloth And Clothing in Early Anglo-Saxon England, AD 450-700 by Penelope Walton Rogers (2007)
  5. Medieval Clothing and Textiles Volume II by Robin Netherton (2006)
  6. Medieval Garments Reconstructed: Norse Clothing Patterns by Lilli Fransen (2011)
  7. Excavations in the Black Earth 1990-95 : animal husbandry in the Viking age town of Birka and its hinterland by Bengt Wigh (2001)
  8. Viking Clothing by Thor Ewing (2006)
  9. North European Symposium for Archaeological Textiles X (ANCIENT TEXTILES SERIES) by Eva Andersson (2010)
  10. Dress Accessories 1150-1450 by Geoff Egan (1991)
  11. Women in the Viking Age by Judith Jesch (1991)
  12. Textiles in Archaeology by John Peter Wild (1988)
  13. Osebergfunnet: Bind IVb by Arne Emil Christensen (2006)
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  15. The Oseberg find: And the other Viking ship finds by Thorleif Sjøvold (1957)

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