.....and I've left the bastard at home haven't I, damn it!
Still.....it's called Att datera Textilier, it was written by Margareta Nockert and Goran Possnert and it's mainly in Swedish with an short English summary at the end. It's about the carbon-14 redating of a pile of Scandinavian textile finds. The one I'm excited about ,since my group does Hiberno-Norse Dublin 1008AD, is that the Skjoldehamn find from northern Norway has been redated from being considered early 15th century to a firm C-14 date of between 995-1029AD. It's the only surviving complete set of clothes from the Viking Age.
Mammen was shredded by the peolple who dug it up looking for bling
and Viborg's just a shirt.
I've ordered the original 1938 article on the find from the British Library. When I know what that's going to cost me I'll hopefully be able to afford the 1988 one as well.