Grew, F. and De Neergaard, M. (1988). Medieval finds from excavations in London, 2: Shoes and pattens.

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Medieval finds from excavations in London, 2: Shoes and pattens
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145
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Monograph
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Publication of nearly 2000 shoes from London excavations, preserved in anaerobic conditions. The date range is AD 1100-1450 and there is discussion of recording methods, shoemaking and cobbling, social inferences from sizes and wear patterns (eg evidence of foot deformities), pictorial and literary parallels, and pattens (of wood or stacked leather). Katharine Starling contributes an appendix on conservation.
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Francis Grew
Margrethe De Neergaard
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1988
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0 112 90443 2
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Location - Auto Detected: London
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Medieval (MIDAS)
Ad 11001450 (Auto Detected Temporal)
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Date Of Issue From: 1988
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05 Dec 2008