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Nalebinding [DAN] free pdf Arkaeologien og etnologien har vaeret med mig de seneste ar. Derfor er min pastand at Nalebindingsteknikken er lige sa gammel som vaevning, der kunne udvikles fra det tidspunkt hvor mennesker blev fastboende som agedyrkere og kvaegavlere. De forste fareracer behovedes ikke at blive klippet, da de selv faeldede ulden, som vi kender det fra moskusokser pa Gronland. I dag kender vi bl.a. til Soay-faret fra de Ydre Hebrider og Mongoliet. At Nalebinding ma vaere brugt af mennesker gennem mere end 100.000 ar kan nu ikke vaere en umulig tanke, dersom der stadig bliver fremstillet baereposer, fiskenet og andet i fx plante-materiale. Teknikken er blevet og bliver brugt jorden rundt, efterhanden som mennesker har befolket de enkelte kontinenter. Specialiseringen er dog forst og fremmed nodvendiggjort af klimaet i Norden, i Skandinavien og de Baltiske omrader, samt den vestlige del af Rusland.For at forgaengeligt materiale som uld, pileflet og traeting skal kunne overleve i flere tusind ar, ma der vaere optimale forhold, der gor, at disse ting ikke nedbrydes. The Archaeology and Ethnology has been with me for the last couple of years. My allegation is therefore: The technique of Nalebinding is just as old as weaving, which could be developed from the time where human beings became permanent settlers taking care of agriculture and livestock. The oldest race of sheep is the Soay from Outer Hebrides Islands in the Atlantic Sea west of Scotland and another race still living in Mongolia. These old races throw their wool just like the Muskox in Greenland. Nalebinding must have been used by man for more than 100.000 years, as they had the need to carry and keep various things - and furthermore you can find the technique still in use all over the world. Often it is various kinds of grasses and lianas. The special use here in the Northern Europe was necessary due to the cold climate. Unfortunately items made out of perishable materials cannot last for long as metals. This is why

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Author : Marianne Overby
Publisher : Books on Demand
Data Published : 14 July 2014
ISBN : 8771459103
EAN : 9788771459104
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 98 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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  • Nalebinding [DAN] free pdfNalebinding [DAN]

    . Arkaeologien og etnologien har vaeret med mig de seneste ar. Derfor er min pastand at Nalebindingsteknikken er lige sa gammel som vaevning, der kunne udvikles fra det tidspunkt hvor mennesker blev f