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Fibre Production and Emerging Textile Technology in the Early Neolithic Settlement of La Draga - Banyoles, north-east Iberia; 5300 to 4900 cal BC

AuthorsDiego, Miriam de; Piqué, Raquel ; Saña Seguí, María; Clemente-Conte, Ignacio ; Mozota Holgueras, Millán ; Palomo, Antoni; Terradas-Batlle, Xavier
KeywordsBone tools
Textile production
Early Neolithic Settlements
La Draga, Banyoles (north-east Iberia, Spain)
5300 to 4900 cal BC
Vegetal fibres
Farming communities
Issue Date2017
PublisherTechnical University of Liberec
CitationArchaeological Textiles - Links Between Past and Present NESAT XIII : 293-302 (2017)
AbstractThis paper focuses on the study of bone tools potentially linked to textile production and, in particular, on the analysis of use-wear developed on awls. The material analysed was recovered in La Draga, a lake-dwelling site attributable to the Early Neolithic period (5300 to 4900 cal BC) located in Banyoles (north-east Iberia, Spain). The results prove the use of these tools for processing and working vegetal fibres. The recovery of goods and artefacts made of these fibres, such as ropes and baskets, also suggests technical knowledge of plant fibre production among the first farming communities which settled in the western Mediterranean.
ISBN978-80-7494-397-3 (Technical University of Liberec, Faculty of Textile Engineering)
978-80-7581-003-8 (Institute of Archaeology of the CAS, Prague)
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