Material culture in London in an age of transition: Tudor and Stuart period finds c 1450–c 1700 from excavations at riverside sites in Southwark
Material culture in London in an age of transition is a major new illustrated catalogue of a rare assemblage of items from the Tudor and Stuart periods. Objects of leather, bone, wood and glass as well as metal (with metallurgical analyses) include clothing and accessories; household equipment, fixtures and fittings; and items attesting writing, reading and leisure pursuits, and textile working, non-ferrous and ferrous metalworking, leather working, woodworking, bone, antler and glass working, ship building and fishing. There are weights; coins, tokens and jettons; pilgrim souvenirs and secular badges; horse equipment, arms and armour fragments. The discussion considers specific chronological trends as well as more general aspects of production, trade and changing styles.
Authors: Geoff Egan
ABB86/87, ABB88, ABO92, BFN88, BFS88, BRA88, BTH88, GAS88, MOR86-88, SYM88, TYT98, UPP88
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Series: Monograph Series 19
Published by: MoLAS 2005. ISBN 1-901992-39-X. Pb257pp. 219 bl/wh ills.
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