1Özbel, Kenan, El Sanataları X, Kuşaklar ve Kolanlar, C. H. P. Halkevleri Bürosu, Kılavuz Kitaplar I: xx, 30, II Kanun1948. He donated his valuable collection to the Alay Köşk in Istanbul.
2Kosswig, Leonore, “Über Brettchenweberei ins Besondere in Anatolien“, pp. 71–133 in Baessler-Archiv, n.F. Bd. XV, Heft 1, (Berlin, 1967).
3 “Çarpanacılık ve İstanbul Topkapı Saray Müzesinde bulunan çarpana dokumaları“, in Türk Etnografya Dergisi XII, (Ankara, 1968), pp. 83–109.
4Collingwood, Peter, The Techniques of Tablet Weaving, (London, 1982).
5Digard, Jean-Pierre, Techniques des nomades baxtyȃri d'Iran, (Cambridge, 1982), pp. 120–121., figs.65–66: the terminology is entirely different, with duwȃl for the tablets, capat for the beating-in sword, and veris for the band.
6 See Bayatlı, Osman, Bergama'da Alevi Gelini ve İnançları, Izmir1957, pp.10, 48; Tansuğ, Sabiha, Türkmen Giyimi/Türkmen Costumes, Akbank, Ak Yayınları Türk Süsleme Sanatları Serisi 9, Istanbul? 1985, pp.34, 37 (the English translation is abbreviated).
7 Cf. Andrews, Peter Alford, Nomad Tent Types in the Middle East, Pt.I, vol.II, Wiesbaden1997, Tübinger Atlas des Vorderen Orients, Beiheft B 74/1/2, drawings a1.
8Foitl, Gerhardt, ed. Steinmann, A., Straps and Bands, Textilien aus der Sammlung Foitl, Vienna, Museum für Völkerkunde, exhibition catalogue 2009, which contains several tablet woven bands, from Algeria to Burma; Isaacson, Richard, Architectural Textiles: Tent Bands of Central Asia, Washington D.C., Textile Museum, exhibition catalogue 2007, which, although it contains no tablet weaving, is useful for comparison of motifs. A book by Fred Mushkat on his own collection, Weavings of Nomads in Iran: Warp-Faced bands and Related Textiles, is shortly forthcoming in London, Hali publlications. Dr Foitl has donated his collection to the Vienna Museum, and Dr Isaacson his to the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery in Washington D.C.
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