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First of all it wants to give an overview on as well as easy access to reliably dated textiles from the 1st millennium BC and AD.
We want to facilitate, encourage and promote this important communication.
The idea of this database project of shared information and joint decision on the question which textiles should be radiocarbon dated, was initiated by Antoine De Moor (Antwerp, Katoen Natie) and further developed by the team "textile-dates" in Bonn university, in collaboration with Mark van Strydonck from the Institut Royal du Patrimoine Artistique (IRPA KIK) in Brussels.
This is one of the foremost reasons why textiles – quite undeservingly – are still not being used as an historical source to the extent they could be.
Secondly: Sustained benefit of radiocarbon analysis is achieved when we can apply the datings also to related textiles bearing no such indicators as stratigraphy, dating inscriptions or radiocarbon analysis.
In order to know for sure we need to have several (in strict statistical terms: ten! Collections, however, usually do not possess several textiles of one kind. several examples of one type dated, to improve progress in our ability to evaluate textiles historically and to make the most of the – still rather expensive – radiocarbon analyses.
Also, frequently there is the desire to have "highlights" being dated or unusual objects – which per se are difficult to compare with other textiles. A type or group of textiles could consist of items which have in common an unusual iconographical feature or weaving structure (cf. Consequently, it would be important and wise to first check parallels in other collections, get in touch with colleagues in charge and agree upon the analyses of related textiles, before the actual radiocarbon analysis is going to be undertaken.