Re: [MedievalSawdust] Morris Thesis
- Yes, this is the same author. I have a copy of that book. It is excellent.
There are some things reported to be in the dissertation that are not
published elsewhere. I had hoped that it would not be so expensive (more
comparable to what theses and dissertations cost in the USA).
At 03:20 AM 2/26/2007, you wrote:
>This seems to be the same Carole Anne Morris who wrote the wood book
>for the York Archeological Trust (Craft Industry and Everyday Life:
>Wood and Woodworking in Anglo-Scandinavian and Medieval York), still
>in print at 34 Pounds Sterling from Oxbow & a really, really good
>book, with lots on turning.
>Brusi of Orkney
>At 05:00 AM 26/02/2007, you wrote:
> >Morris, Carole Anne. Anglo-Saxon and Medieval woodworking crafts : The
> >manufacture and use of domestic and utilitarian wooden artifacts in the
> >British Isles, 400-1500 A.D. University of Cambridge Department of
> >Archaeology, 1984 2 vols Thesis (Ph.D.) Date approved: 7 December 1984.
> >BLDSC number: D58274/85. Classmark: PhD.13480- Location: UL: Order in
> >Manuscripts Room (Not borrowable)