Book Series Ruralia , vol. 6

Arts and Crafts in Medieval Rural Environment

L'artisanat rural dans le monde médiéval. Handwerk im mittelalterlichen ländlichen Raum

Jan KLÁPŠTE, Petr Sommer (eds)

  • Pages: 411 p.
  • Size:210 x 297 mm
  • Language(s):English, French, German
  • Publication Year:2007

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The essays in this volume were presented at the Ruralia VI Conference, and deal with very many aspects of arts and crafts in a medieval rural environment.

Summary

Reto Marti, The early medieval potteries from Basle´s hinterland (Switzerland) - origin, production and diffusion of the pottery ware ; Jürg Tauber, Das Eisengewerbe im Schweizerischen Jura - Ergebnisse der neueren Forschung ; Kinga Tarcsay, Standortfaktoren der Glasproduktion im österreichischen Mühl- und Waldviertel ; Tajana Sekelj Ivancan – Tatjana Tkalcec, The Earth and Wood Fortification in the Podravina Region and its Relationship to the Settlement and Cemetery ; Miklós Takács, Handwerkliche Produktion in den dörflichen Siedlungen im árpádenzeitlichen Ungarn (10. bis 13. Jahrhundert) ; Zsolt Gallina – Péter Hornok – Krisztina Somogyi, Vorbericht über die Freilegung eines awarischen Eisenverhüttungszentrums in der Gemeinde Zamárdi (Plattenseeraum, Ungarn) ; Zsolt Vágner, Overview of medieval pollery kiln types of the Carpathian Basin ; Károly Belényesy, Das andere Dorf … ; András Pálóczi-Horváth, The archaeological material of the households of the medieval village of Szentkirály ; Zsuzsa Miklós – Márta Vizi, Beiträge zum Handwerk des mittelalterlichen Marktfleckens Ete (Ungarn) ; Tibor Sabján, Hungarian vernacular stoves of the late Middle Ages in regional kontext ; Péter Gróf – Dániel Gróh, The remains of medieval bone carvings from Visegrád ; Heini Kirjavainen – Jaana Riikonen, Changing textile crafts in Turku, SW Finland: following traditions and adopting innovations ; Tiina Jäkärä, A case re-open: Liikistö - the predecessor of medieval Ulvila town ; Jouni Taivainen, Late Iron Age and Medieval Crafts in Rural Environment - with special reference to the Retula Village in Southern Finland ; Eva Svensson, Before world-system? The peasant-artisan and the market ; Anna Lagerstedt, Craft, outland use and social organisation: A case study of the village Ängersjö in Northern Sweden ; Lars Erik Narmo, Iron production in medieval Norway ; Irene Baug, Prehistoric quarrying on the west coast Norway – the production of quernstones, millstones and crosses in Hyllestad, Sogn og Fjordane ; Natascha Mehler, Viking age and medieval craft in Iceland: Adaptation to extraordinary living conditions on the edge of the Old World ; Niall Brady, Agricultural Tools and Agrarian Development in Early Medieval Ireland ; Alan Vince, Pottery Production and Use in Northern England in the 5th to 12th Centuries ; Mark Gardiner, Graffiti and their Use in Late Medieval England ; James Bond, Medieval Charcoal-burning in England ; Stephen Moorhouse, The quarrying of building stone and stone artefacts in medieval Yorkshire: a multi-disciplinary approach ; Jeremy K. Knight, Rural Industries in Pre-industrial South Wales ; Bert Groenewoudt, Charcoal Burning and Landscape Dynamics in the Early Medieval Netherlands ; Raphaël Vanmechelen – Sylvie de Longueville, Habitat rural et production céramique: l´atelier de potier de Haillot (Belgique), Xe – XIe siècles ; Stefan Krabath, Mittelalterliche Buntmetallverarbeitung in ländlichen Siedlungen ; Gerson H. Jeute, Social and Ethnic Aspects of rural non-agrarian production in Brandenburg (East Germany) in the Middle Ages and the modern era ; Claudia Theune, Ländliches und städtisches Handwerk im mittelalterlichen Brandenburg ; Sonja König – Götz Alper, Mittelalterliche Töpfereien im ländlichen Raum in Südniedersachsen und Nordhessen ; Susanne Arnold, Salzgewinnung in Mittelalter und früher Neuzeit im Südwesten Deutschlands.