Madder Red: A History of Luxury and Trade : Plant Dyes and Pigments in World Commerce and Art

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Acknowledgements

In addition to those already mentioned:

Nicholas Awde

Dr Hermann Kuhn

for enlightened design & editing

Christopher Mendes

and

Andrew Middleton

Alan Alston

Anthony North

June Anderson

Nuala O'Sullivan

Kate Anetts

Caroline Oates

Dr Jenny Balfour-Paul

Dr Richard Parkinson

David Beech

Emma Pearce

Dr Harald Böhmer &

& Joan Joyce

Renate Böhmer

& Winsor & Newton

Prof Edmund Bosworth

Mark Poacher

Paul Bygrave

Su Pratt

David Caldwell

Dr Peter Priester

Gill Cannell

Anthony Ray

Lisa Chancy

Paul Rix FCA

Dr Rosemary Grill

John Roberts

Harry Dagnall

Barnaby Rogerson

Lord Ralf Dahrendorf

Prof Hilary Rose

Dr Andrew Dalby

Prof Stephen Rose

Dr Stephanie Dalley

Dr Helmut Schweppe

Dr R A Donkin

Dr Orit Shamir

John Edmonds

Dr Harry Shukman

Andrew Edmunds

Prof Nicholas Simms-Williams

Prof Ronald Emmerich

Dr Robert Skelton

Dr John Gage

Tim Stanley

Dr Renate Germer

Dr Joan Thirsk

Godfrey Goodwin

Dr Roger Tomalin

Hero Granger-Taylor

Dr Gillian Vogelsang Eastwood

Su Grierson

Prof Clive Wainwright

Paul Grinke

Harlan Walker

Dan & Madeleine Harman

Dr Penelope Walton Rogers

John Hutchings

Dr John-Peter Wild

Robert Irwin

Ghislaine Williams

Dr Esra Kahn

Prof Ad van der Woude

Dr Jo Kirby

Dr Theodore Zeldin

Note that some transliterations will vary on account of the differing periods and languages covered.

Every effort has been made to trace copyright holders of material that appears in this book.

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