These works have recently been added to the bibliography in the relevant sections:

 

[added December 2018]

 

Medieval (authors M to Z)

 

Moens, J. (2018), 'Leer' in De Groote, K. and Moens, J. 'Archeologie en geschiedenis van een middeleeuwse woonwijk onder de Hopmarkt te Aalst' [Archaeology and history of a medieval residential area under the Hopmarkt in Aalst (Belgium)], Relicta Monografieën 16, Brussels, 259-284. Leather finds include 14th–15th century footwear and a complete 3-fingered glove. Available online:

 

https://oar.onroerenderfgoed.be/publicaties/RELM/16/RELM016-001.pdf

 

 

[added December 2017]

 

Prehistoric

Cameron, E. and Mould Q. (2016) ‘The animal pelt’ in A.M. Jones, Preserved in the Peat. An extraordinary Bronze Age burial on Whitehorse Hill, Dartmoor, and its wider context, Oxford, Oxbow 64-68

Cameron, E., Harris, S. and Mould Q. (2016) ‘The textile and animal-skin object’ in A.M. Jones, Preserved in the Peat. An extraordinary Bronze Age burial on Whitehorse Hill, Dartmoor, and its wider context, Oxford, Oxbow 148-156

Roman (authors A to G)

Douglas, Charlotte R. (2015) A comparative study of Roman-period leather from northern Britain, MPhil(R) thesis, University of Glasgow. The thesis can be read online or downloaded for personal, non-commercial research or study by following this link: C.Douglas_MPhil_Thesis

Roman (authors H to Z)

Keily, J. and Mould, Q. (2017) ‘Leatherworking in South-Eastern Britain in the Roman Period’ in D. Bird (ed.) Agriculture and Industry in South-Eastern Roman Britain, Oxford, Oxbow 236-254

Medieval (authors M to Z)

Mould, Q. (2017) ‘The leather from Hill Street’in P. Mason, D. McAree and I. Soden, Coventry’s Medieval Suburbs: Excavations at Hill Street, Upper Well Street and Far Gosford Street 2003-2007, Oxford, Archaeopress, 60-81

Medieval (authors M to Z) and Post-medieval/Early Modern sections

Mould, Q. (2017) ‘Leather’ in S. Morris, The history and archaeology of Cathedral Square, Peterborough, Oxford, Archaeopress, 64-67

Mould, Q. (2017) ‘Leather’ in B. M. Ford, K. Brady and S. Teague, From Bridgehead to Brewery: The medieval and post-medieval archaeological remains from Finzel’s Reach, Bristol, Oxford Archaeology Monograph 27, 234-242