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



[added December 2017]



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


[added June 2017]


Medieval (authors A to E) and Post-medieval/Early Modern sections


Andersen, V.L. (2013) 'Sko under overfladen - en arbejdsproces. Fodtøj fra de seneste års arkæologiske udgravninger i København', Dragtjournalen No.9, 9-19 [Recent footwear from excavations in Copenhagen]


Andersen, V.L. (2014) "Gamle sko i nyt lys – om sko som kilde til fortiden", Fund & Fortid 4, December, 13-20


A          Andersen, V.L. (2014) "Hug en hæl og klip en tå, Bæredygtighed på fødderne". Dragtjournalen 11, 13-22


A          Andersen, V.L. (2014) 'Skoens skaber. Mester og lærling – eller professionel og amatør?' in Mester eller lærling? - læringsprocesser identificeret i materiel kultur, Arkæologiske Skrifter 12, Saxo-Instituttet, Københavns Universitet, 45-61


Andersen, V.L.(2016) "Sko og skidt [Shoes and Filth]– i københavnernes fodspor i middelalder og tidlig moderne tid", Kulturstudier 2, 77-100. Available to read online or download as a PDF:   


Andersen, V.L.(2016) "Shoes & the City" in Mannering, U. & Frisch, S (eds.)  Cutting edge – our textile universe (Danish National Research Foundation, Centre for Textile Research) 4-5. This richly illustrated and fascinating journal is available to read/download online:


Terkelsen, S.G.& Andersen, V.L. (2016) "Red Heels – The Symbol of a Power Shift in 17th Century Copenhagen", Archaeological Textiles Review 58, 3-9  


Andersen, V.L. (2017) "Old shoes in a new perspective – Fashioning Archaeology", Fashion Practice vol. 9, Issue 2, 168-182



[added April 2017]


Medieval (authors A to E) and Post-medieval sections


Ceynowa, B. and Trawicka, E. (eds.) (2016) "Każdy krok pozostawia ślad". Obuwie historyczne ze zbiorów Muzeum Archeologicznego w Gdańsku, Katalog ["Every step leaves a trace". Historic footwear from the Collection of the Archaeological Museum in Gdańsk, Exhibition catalogue], Gdańsk, Archaeological Museum. Available to read online at:


[added March 2017]


History of Leather Processing/Manufacture


Elnaggar, A., Leona, M., Nevin, A., and Heywood, A.(2017), 'The Characterization of Vegetable Tannins and Colouring Agents in Ancient Egyptian Leather from the Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art', Archaeometry 59, 133–147. [contains colour photos of the grain patterning of  leather from crocodile, camel and snake – along with that from goat, sheep, cow/calf and deer.]