|Fili, Redémptor mundi, Deus.|
Spíritus Sancte, Deus.
Ora pro nobis.
Dómine, exáudi oratiónem meam.
Et clamor meus ad te véniat.
Et cum spíritu tuo.
Origins of most popular tablet weaving patterns.With the increasing popularity of historical re-enactment and fantasy-themed events came an accompanying curiosity about ancient crafts. Many now are thinking of how to make things as they were done ages ago. Thankfully the technique of tablet weaving was revived!
Basing on Viking period excavations, archaeologists developed a theory around the use of pierced bone and wooden squares that was confirmed in the Oseberg ship burial and also ethnological research into modern handiwork. It became obvious that the selfsame craft had been preserved in isolated regions of the Caucasus, Algeria, Burma, Slovakia, The Yemen and Anatolia and is exactly the same as had been practiced by Vikings ages ago.
With this knowledge we can now reproduce even the most elaborate pieces of weaving, however one must remain aware that tablet woven artifacts have been dated back to the 6th century B.C. and have been found as far away as Norway, China, Egypt and Anatolia, and only a portion of them were