Albuqueque; (1998): University of New Mexico Press. First Edition. Quarto. Item #028180
xiii, 210 pages, illustrations, and maps. Includes bibliographic references (pages 189-203), index. One of the essential items by an author who was not just an archaeologist but a noted weaver who provides a step-by-step analysis of how artisans in different traditions procured and processed fiber into yard and cordage, then produce and ornamented textiles. The author demonstrates how to extract important technological information from even small fragments of fabric. A fine bright copy bound in black cloth, spine lettering gilt, in a fine pictorial dust jacket lettered in white.