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Evolving a tapestry practice at Rorke's drift: women's alliances, agencies and visual syntaxes in the loom2020 Textile: the journal of cloth and culture 18 (4): 386-421
  • Philippa Hobbs
H6/KGG [TEXTILE-]1475-9756
Flamskväv from Skåne2019 Hali (202): 74-9
  • Ulla-Karin Warberg
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798
Petronėlė Gerlikienė - her life and work2018 Liaudies kultūra 3: 51-66
  • Jurgita Gerlikaitė
H6/KVT [LIAUDIES-]0236-0551English summary
The mantis wedding: performing power in the loom2018 African arts 501 (3): 40-51
  • Philippa Hobbs
H6/KFY [AFRICAN-]0001-9933
The art of kilims2018 Hali (197): 84-91
  • Sumru Belger Krody
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798
Kilims for kings2017 Hali (191): 48-57
  • Michael Franses
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798
Margaret Beaufort, royal tapestries, and confinement at the Tudor court2017 Textile history 48 (2): 233-47
  • Rebecca Olson
H6/KGGT [TEXTILES-]0040-4969
Elegant structure: the pattern of a collection2017 Hali (194): 90-105
  • Lyssa C. Stapleton
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798in thematic issue 'The China edition: 2,000 years of textile art'
More than the sum of its parts: dress and social identity in a provincial Tiwanaku child burial2014 Journal of anthropological archaeology 35: 51-62
  • Paul S. Goldstein
  • Sarah I. Baitzel
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
From 'temple hanging' to 'tapestry' - what's in a name?2014 Asian textiles (59): 4-11
  • Hiroko T. McDermott
Atlas de textiles indígenas2014 Arqueología mexicana (55): 8-90
  • Editors
*H6/KUL [ARQUEOLOGIA-]0188-8218
Human-type visages in Peruvian Pre-Columbian textile art2013 Tribal art (68): 90-9
  • James W. Reid
*H6/KFY [WORLD-]1354-2990
Sober luxury: three examples of late kesi silk tapestries in the Náprstek Museum2013 Annals of the Náprstek Museum 34 (2): 19-29
  • Helena Heroldová
H6/KVL [PRAGUE-]0231-844X
Towards an early warning system for oxidative degradation of protein fibres in historical tapestries by means of calibrated amino acid analysis2012 Journal of archaeological science 39 (5): 1349-59
  • Ina Vanden Berghe
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Adventures in modern tapestry: Gloria Ross, Kenneth Nolan and Native American weavers2011 American Indian art magazine 37 (1): 54-63, 78
  • Ann Lane Hedlund
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0192-9968
Aspects of nobility: colonial Andean uncus and their Inca models2011 Hali (167): 98-111
  • Elena Phipps
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798
After Bayeux: the Keishamma tapestry and the making of South African history2011 Textile: the journal of cloth and culture 9 (2): 158-93
  • Brenda Schmahmann
H6/KGG [TEXTILE-]1475-9756
Stone jars at the Wedding of Cana2011 Rig (2): 65-75
  • Nils-Arvid Bringéus
H6/KVT [RIG-]0035-5267English summary
Are weaving techniques one way street? A way of looking at Andean textiles2010 Techniques et culture 1 (54-55): 263-85
  • Sophie Desrosiers
*H6 [TECHNIQUES-]0248-6016in thematic issue 'Cultures matérielles: une anthologie en forme de manuel'; English summary
The ornamental trousers from Sampula (Xinjiang, China): their origins and biography2009 Antiquity 83 (322): 1065-75
  • Elisabeth Völling
  • Mayke Wagner
  • Pavel Tarasov
  • Sidsel Maria Westh-Hansen
  • Wang Bo
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
New evidences for early Paracas textiles and ceramics at Cerrillos, Ica valley, Perú2009 Boletin de arqueologia PUCP 13: 209-35, [plates i-iv]
  • Dwight D. Wallace
  • Jeffrey Splitstoser
  • Mercedes Delgado
H6/KE [BOLETIN DE ARQUEOLOGIA PUCP-]1029-2001English summary
The fiber game2007 Textile: the journal of cloth and culture 5 (2): 154-77
  • Glenn Adamson
H6/KGG [TEXTILE-]1475-9756in special issue 'String'
Weaving is believing. Navajo sandpainting tapestries2005 Hali 141: 52-7
  • Tyrone D. Campbell
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798
Connecting cultures2005 Hali 143: 64-73
  • Diane Mott
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798in special section 'The Bay Area. The de Young Museum'
The Fire Textile2004 Hali 133: 94-102
  • William J. Conklin
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798
The association of ythe Lady and the Unicorn and the hunting mythology of the Caucasus2003 Folklore 114 (1): 75-90
  • David Hunt
H6/ KF [FOLKLORE-]0015-587X
The Pangnirtung tapestry2002 Inuit art quarterly 17 (3): 24-8
  • Michael Olson
*H6/KFY [INUIT-]0831-6708
Belorussian painted tapestry as an artistic phenomenon of the first half of the 20th century2002 Vestsi Akademii Navuk Belarusi 4: 64-9, 127
  • A. A. Koŭryk
H6/KVY [AKADEMIYA NAVUK BYELARUSKAY SSR. Vestsi seryya hramadskikh navuk]0321-1649English and Russian summaries
Magic in the web1999 Hali 107: 70-85, 110
  • Donald King
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798
Principal matters related to the attribution and classification of the [mille-fleurs] tapestries1998 Kunstkamera 12: 149-52
  • A. V. Matiukhina
0869-8384in special section 'Research materials'
Wisdom and folly: Norwegian pictorial coverlets1998 Hali: the international magazine of antique carpet and textile art 96: 78-85, 112
  • Jo Nilsson
Andean eccentricity: tapestry panels form southern Peru1998 Hali: the international magazine of antique carpet and textile art 96: 76-7, 112
  • Carl Strock
The age of the viceroys1989 Hali (46): 24-35, 55-6
  • James W. Reid
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798
The undiluted vision1989 Hali (46): 36-42
  • Ian Bennett
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798
Pagan classical Christian. Egyptian hangings of the 4th to 7th centuries1989 Hali (48): 27-37
  • Linda Woolley
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798
Shared horizons1989 Hali (43): 34-9
  • Mary Hunt Kahlenberg
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798
The Ashkhabad Turkomans1988 Hali (37): 36-43
  • Maya Shakhberdyeva
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798