Optical and scanning electron microscopy techniques for the determination of hair fibres from Romano-Egyptian textiles
Natural textile fibres are most often identified by optical microscopy, as their visually distinctive features can be effectively observed at moderate levels of magnification. Differentiating animal hair fibres from one another has proved to be problematic because the fibres from the coat of fleece...
|Published in:||Scientific analysis of ancient and historic textiles: informing preservation, display and interpretation: postprints, first annual conference, 13-15 July 2004 p. 51-56, ills., figs|
|Main Author:||Batcheller, Jane C.|
|Other Authors:||Annual conference: scientific analysis of ancient and historic textiles, informing preservation, display and interpretation|
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