Four Stone Hearth #85: Cold Wind Edition at A Very Remote Period Indeed

Julien has posted the current edition of Four Stone Hearth over at his blog, marking the 85th occasion on which this anthropology blog carnival has appeared online. There’s a distinct archaeological feel to the opening section, including mention of the Silk Road, something I’ve been mulling over of late, but I certainly hadn’t heard of someone cutting themselves a pair of trousers from a tapestry – it’s good to know that people were ignoring basic rules of fashion back then as we do today.

Also mentioned is Second Life, and a consideration of how people may have dressed in the past, a look inside a Mediaeval museum in Stockholm, plus a number of contributions from the other fields of anthropology.

In keeping with the meteorological theme of this edition, I’m a little under the weather as I write this, so I’ll have to cut this post here and simply encourage readers to head over to A Very Remote Period Indeed, to check out these and other posts.

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