This site is an online reference for re-creational medievalism, which involves making a sincere effort to reproduce the lifestyle of a race or region of the distant past. I am interested in researching and re-enacting life as a member of the Fifth Century (AD/CE) Irish Celtic nobility. If you found this page without checking my index page first, you will find more information there. Individual sections of this site may be linked to or reproduced for non-commercial purposes (including SCA events and publications), as long as proper attribution is included.

Echna's Celtic Clothing Bibliography


Clothing books cited:

Dunlevy, M. (1989). Dress in Ireland. New York: Holmes & Meier Press.
Start, L. (1951). Textiles. In H. Hecken, Lagore Crannog: An Irish Royal Residence of the 7th to 10th Centuries A.D.. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy (pp. 204-224). (vol. 53). Section C., No. 1.
Mahon, B. (1989). Traditional Dyestuffs in Ireland. In A. Gailey and D. O h'Ogain (Eds.), Gold Under the Furze: Studies in Folk Tradition (pp. 115-128). Dublin: The Glendale Press.
McClintock, H.F. (1950). Old Irish & Highland Dress. (2nd ed.). Dundalk: Dundalgan Press.
O'Curry, E. (1971). On the Manners and Customs of the Ancient Irish. (Volume 1). New York: Lemma Publiishing Corporation.
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