Wild Textiles: Grown, Foraged, Found
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This conclusion is reached after a thorough review of all the extant written occurrences of plumarius and its congeners, viewed against the background of the surviving textiles. The pilgrim Felix Fabri, from the end of the fifteenth century, described the prayers conducted by pilgrims on the banks of the river, dipped in the waters dressed in special clothing brought particularly for this purpose. After the site became sacred, traditions developed that were associated with the holy eatures of the water and its curative properties.
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Qasr al-Yahud, situated on the west bank of the Jordan River, 5 miles north of the Dead Sea and east of Jericho, features the Monastery of Saint John the Baptist, believed to be the traditional site of the Baptism of Jesus1 and has a centuries-long tradition of ‘washing of the lepers’.Other ideas for found materials include stones, shells and wood that can be wrapped or woven into, as well as a multitude of urban treasures that find a new life in creative hands. These are predominantly bronze or iron objects that were excavated from funerary contexts in urban (including Padua, Verona, Altino, Este) and rural cemeteries.
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The textiles are made of linen and cotton, sometimes decorated with wool tapestry, brocade and selfbands.more Discussion of the proven connection between evidence for irrigation of land and the cultivation of cotton in the Roman Near East. We’re proud to be part of a kinder, slower way of making textiles and, by changing the way we do things I hope we can make fabrics that are beautiful, honest and kind.
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One cannot make a credible ex cathedra statement: there are too many variables, reflecting differing geographical and climatic situations, changing economic conditions, chronology and, not least, the preconceptions of the person raising the question'. Text of a paper delivered in Oxford in September 2017, and later published by Oxford University Press. more In addressing the question of whether the high cost of clothing and firnishing textiles was a significant factor in driving the practice of textile recycling I commented (p.more Discussion of some of the key textiles found 1985-9 in the Roman fort of Vindolanda near Hadrian's Wall. To date, 29 artefacts found in the Veneto Region with preserved, mineralised textile traces have been recorded and analysed.