linings - take two
- Ok, I think I've got things to stop bouncing...
>At 02:19 PM 5/29/2002 -0500, you wrote:
>>You aren't being blown off on this topic, I (personally) don't have the
>>stuff here at work to check into that. My best bets for answers would be
>>Gwendoline Rosamund - Where Are YOU? - and some books that I have at
>>home. I'll try to look tonight. Gwen is probably at work (like me, only
>>without internet play time).
>I'm still here. I had a brutal semester end (if I never have to look at
>Greek art again it will be too soon) and segued right into my summer jobs
>and summer class. I'm still playing catch up. Sigh. You have no idea how
>much email I have to catch up on...
>Actually, I did check the list through the site today at work but nobody
>had posted anything I needed to reply to yet. : )
>As far as I know, and I'm no expert in that period, the garments were
>mostly flat-lined. I can double check my conservation book later. Keep in
>mind the fact that different sections of the garment were usually finished
>independently and then assembled. Which, if you think of a workshop
>situation, it makes a great deal of sense.
>Gwendoline RosamOnd (no "u" - sorry I don't need to invite comments about
>rosy lips...) ; P