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Northern Gold

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Audrone Bliujien, "Northern Gold"
English | 2011 | ISBN: 9004211187 | PDF | pages: 467 | 22,1 mb

Northern Gold
This study presents a systematic analysis of the huge, and in most cases, completely new archaeological evidence for amber from Lithuania and the surrounding regions. A comprehensive synthesis of archaeological evidence and written sources provides an opportunity to develop new viewpoints about the sources of amber, extraction methods, amber-wearing traditions in different Aestii/Balt cultures and by people of different social status, ages and genders, and the amber trade in different markets in Lithuania and the whole eastern Baltic region. However, a tradition of amber usage in Lithuania was dependent not only on the ability of local communities to acquire northern gold but, to a larger degree, its use in the north was determined by cultural developments that took place in Europe.
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First Frost: Cozy Folk Knitting

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First Frost: Cozy Folk Knitting by Lucinda Guy
English | December 11, 2014 | ISBN: 1620333368 | ASIN: B00NQF0LG4 | 128 Pages | EPUB/MOBI/AZW3/PDF (Converted) | 46 MB
Discover traditional northern European knitting techniques to create modern garments. Lucinda Guy follows up her recent successes with another exploration of northern European knitting, this time expanding to include Nordic, Baltic, and Scandinavian heritage knitting traditions.

First Frost: Cozy Folk Knitting
This latest collection includes full-sized garments as well as accessories for women, men, children, and home and contains 20 pieces total.

celebrates all that is wonderful about decorative folk knitting. As essential everyday wear for anyone living and working in the harsh, cold climates of the North, folk knits could range from the simple and utilitarian to textural, braided, tasseled, and exuberantly colored and patterned knits reserved only for special occasions and celebrations.

Lucinda turns historic knitting traditions into everyday wear that is folk-inspired but never costumey and brings heritage knitting techniques to a modern audience.

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First Frost: Cozy Folk Knitting

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First Frost: Cozy Folk Knitting by Lucinda Guy
English | December 11, 2014 | ISBN: 1620333368 | ASIN: B00NQF0LG4 | 128 Pages | EPUB/MOBI/AZW3/PDF (Converted) | 46 MB
Discover traditional northern European knitting techniques to create modern garments. Lucinda Guy follows up her recent successes with another exploration of northern European knitting, this time expanding to include Nordic, Baltic, and Scandinavian heritage knitting traditions.

First Frost: Cozy Folk Knitting
This latest collection includes full-sized garments as well as accessories for women, men, children, and home and contains 20 pieces total.

celebrates all that is wonderful about decorative folk knitting. As essential everyday wear for anyone living and working in the harsh, cold climates of the North, folk knits could range from the simple and utilitarian to textural, braided, tasseled, and exuberantly colored and patterned knits reserved only for special occasions and celebrations.

Lucinda turns historic knitting traditions into everyday wear that is folk-inspired but never costumey and brings heritage knitting techniques to a modern audience.

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Viking Longship (New Vanguard 47)

Keith Durham, Steve Noon – Viking Longship
Osprey Publishing | 2002 | ISBN: 1841763497 | English | 51 pages | PDF | 32.2 MB
New Vanguard 47
Viking longships evolved from one-man canoes of the Scandinavian Stone Age, through wood-built-ships of c. 200 BC into the recognisable longboats of the 4th century AD. From this point, the Viking Longship developed into the pre-eminent raider and trader in the North Sea and Baltic, venturing as far afield as the Mediterranean, North Atlantic and modern-day Russia. Keith Durham uses reconstructions, original sources, translations and archaeological evidence to render a vivid picture of the vessels that dominated the seaways of Scandinavia, founded colonies on Iceland, Greenland and the New World and terrorised the coastlines of northern Europe. Also covered are Norman vessels, including the invasion fleet of William the Conqueror.

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