References and Bibliography


This will be an ongoing project subject to updating.

Barber, J.W. 1981, Some Observations on Early Christian Footwear, Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, 86, 103-106.

Bersu, G. 1947, The Rath in the Townland of Lissue, Co. Antrim, Ulster Journal of Archaeology, Ser. 3, Vol. X, 30-58.

Carlisle, I 1998, ‘Man Bites Leather’ Shock in York. Archaeological Leather Group, Newsletter 7.

Cameron, E. 2007, Scabbards and Sheaths from Viking and Medieval Dublin National Museum of Ireland, Ser. B, vol. 8

Cameron, E. in Mould, Q. et al 2003, Leather and Leatherworking in Anglo-Scandinavian and Medieval York, YAT, York.

Coffey, G. 1907, Craigywarren Crannog in PRIA, Vol. XXVI, C. Dublin

Coles, J. 1973, Archaeology by Experiment Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York.

Gleeson, C. 2003, in Hurley, M. and Cleary, R.M. et al Excavations in Cork City 1984 – 2000, Cork City Council, Cork.

Crone, A. and Campbell, E. 2005 A Crannog of the 1st Millennium AD; Excavations by Jack Scott at Loch Glashan, Argyll, 1960. Society of Antiquaries Scotland, Edinburgh.

Gardiner J. et al 2005 Before the Mast; Life and Death aboard the Mary Rose. The Mary Rose Trust, Portsmouth.

Goubitz, O. et al, 2001, Stepping Through Time: Archaeological Footwear from Prehistoric Times until 1800, Foundation for Promoting Archaeology, Zwolle.

Goubitz, O. 2007, Purses in Pieces: Archaeological finds of late medieval and 16th century leather purses, pouches, bags and cases in the Netherlands Strichting Promotie Archeologie.

Grew, F. & de Neergaard, M. 1988, Shoes and Pattens, Boydell Press, London.

Groenman-van Waateringe, W. 1981, The Leather from Ditch 1, Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 111, 1981, 318-28.

Groenman-van Waateringe, W. 1984, Die Lederfunde von Haithabu, Neumunster.

Hald, M. 1972, Primitive Shoes, National Museum of Denmark, Copenhagen.

Henken, H. 1950, Lagore Crannog: An Irish Royal Residence of the 7th to 10th Centuries A.D. PRIA, Vol. LIII, C. 1. 180-1.

Ivens, R. 1984, Killyliss Rath, County Tyrone, Ulster Journal of Archaeology, Vol. 47, 9-28.

Lucas, A.T. 1956, Footwear in Ireland, Journal of the County Louth Archaeological Society Vol. XIII, No. 4.

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Nicholl, J. 2005, Unpublished Leather Finds Report: New Street, Dublin for Arch Tech.

Nicholl, J. 2008 The Annaholty Bog Shoe Unpublished leather find report for TVAS.

Nicholl, J. 2009, Unpublished Leather Finds catalogue: Chancery Lane, Dublin for Claire Walsh

Nicholl, J. 2012, Unpublished Leather Finds Report: Thomas Moore Tavern, Wexford for Stafford McLoughlin

Nicholl, J. 2015, Unpublished Leather Finds Report: Toar Bog, Westmeath for IAC ltd.

Nicholl, J. 2016, Leather and shoe related artefacts in Giacometti, A. Rathfarnham Castle Excavations 2014: Organic Artefacts online publication by archaeology

Nicholl, J. 2016, The Leather finds from Rathfarnham Castle  Archaeological Leather Group Newsletter 43,  March 2016.

Nicholl, J. 2016, Some Leather finds from Caherduggan Castle, Doneraile, County Cork. Ireland. Archaeological Leather Group Newsletter 44, September 2016.

Nicholl, J. 2016, The Leather Finds from Drumclay Crannog. Unpublished Leather Finds Report for Dept. of Communities, Northern Ireland.

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Pritchard, F. 2001 Embroidery in Grew and de Neergaard Shoes and Pattens. Museum of London.

Ribeiro, A. 2005 Fashion and Fiction: dress in art and literature in Stuart England. Yale University Press

An invaluable reference for details of costume and footwear fashions in the Stuart period.

Volken, M. 2012: Archaeological Footwear: Development of shoe patterns and styles from Prehistory till the 1600’s

Wallace, P. 2016 Viking Dublin: The Wood Quay Excavations . Irish Academic Press, Kildare, Ireland.

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Wiggins K. 2016, A Place of Great Consequence; Archaeological excavations at King John’s Castle, Limerick, 1990 – 8. Wordwell, Dublin.