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Ifor Williams, Pedeir Keinc y Mabinogi, allan a Lyfr Gwyn Rhydderch (1951)

Ian Hughes, Bendigeiduran uab Llyr (2017)

Cecile O'Rahilly, Táin bó Cúailnge: Recension I (1976)

Aidan Breen, ‘A new Irish fragment of the Continuatio to Rufinus-Eusebius Historia ecclesiastica’, Scriptorium 41 (1987)

Caroline P. Hammond Bammel, ‘Das neue Rufinfragment in irischer Schrift und die Überlieferung der Rufin’schen Übersetzung der Kirchengeschichte Eusebs’ in Philologia sacra..., vol. 2 (1993)

Roger Gryson (ed.), Philologia sacra: biblische und patristische Studien für Hermann J. Frede und Walter Thiele zu ihrem siebzigsten Geburtstag (1993)

Nóirín Ní Bheaglaoi, ‘Two topographies of Gerald of Wales? A study of the manuscript tradition’, Scriptorium 67 (2013)

Angela M. Lucas, ‘Reconstructing a disarranged manuscript: the case of ms. Harley 913, a medieval Hiberno-English miscellany’, Scriptorium 44 (1990)

Bella T. Schauman, ‘The Irish script of the MS. Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, S. 45 sup. (ante ca. 625)’, Scriptorium 32 (1978)

Ludwig Bieler, ‘The notulae in the Book of Armagh’, Scriptorium 8 (1954)

Ludwig Bieler, ‘The ordination of St. Patrick’, Scriptorium 2 (1948)

Elizabeth Mullins, ‘The Eusebian canon tables and Hiberno-Latin exegesis: the case of Vienna, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, lat. 940’, Sacris Erudiri 53 (2014)

Elizabeth Mullins, ‘The Irish Hebrew name lists in Vienna, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, lat. 940’, Scriptorium 57 (2003)

F. T. Wainwright, ‘Duald’s ‘Three fragments’’, Scriptorium 2 (1948)

Ludwig Bieler, ‘The Irish Book on hymns: a palaeographical study’, Scriptorium 2 (1948)

Patrick McGurk, ‘Citation marks in early Latin manuscripts: with a list of citation marks in manuscripts earlier than A. D. 800 in English and Irish libraries’, Scriptorium 15 (1961)

Joseph Van den Gheyn, Catalogue des manuscrits de la Bibliothèque Royale de Belgique: Histoire des pays: Allemagne, Angleterre, Autriche, Belgique (histoire générale), vol. 7 (1907)

Canice Mooney, ‘Scríbhneoirí Gaeilge an seachtú haois déag’, Studia Hibernica 2 (1962)

T. Ó Raifeartaigh, ‘Leasú eagarthóra sa Litir faoi Choroticus’, Studia Hibernica 2 (1962)

D. A. Binchy, ‘Irish history and Irish law: II’, Studia Hibernica 16 (1976)

D. A. Binchy, ‘Irish history and Irish law: I’, Studia Hibernica 15 (1975)

Studia Hibernica 1 (1961)

Breandán S. Mac Aodha, ‘Na Speiríní’, Studia Hibernica 1 (1961)

Séamus P. Ó Mórdha, ‘Lámhscríbhinní Gaeilge i gColáiste Phádraig’, Studia Hibernica 1 (1961)

Thomas P. O'Neill, ‘From famine to near famine 1845-1879’, Studia Hibernica 1 (1961)

R. A. Breatnach, ‘The end of a tradition: a survey of eighteenth century Gaelic literature’, Studia Hibernica 1 (1961)

T. S. Ó Máille, ‘Cúig fhocal Nua-Ghaeilge’, Studia Hibernica 1 (1961)

Gearóid Mac Niocaill, ‘Sdair na Lumbardach’, Studia Hibernica 1 (1961)

W. F. H. Nicolaisen, ‘Field-Work in place-name research’, Studia Hibernica 1 (1961)

Karl Horst Schmidt, ‘Die Labiovelare in den keltischen Sprachen’, Studia Hibernica 1 (1961)

Brian Ó Cuív, ‘Eachtra Mhuireadhaigh Í Dhálaigh’, Studia Hibernica 1 (1961)

Gearóid Mac Eoin, ‘Dán ar chogadh na Traoi’, Studia Hibernica 1 (1961)

D. A. Binchy, ‘The background of early Irish literature’, Studia Hibernica 1 (1961)

Francis J. Byrne, ‘Clann Ollaman uaisle Emna’, Studia Hibernica 4 (1964)

Shawn Sheahan, An Irish version of Gualterus De dosibus (1938)

Riitta Latvi, ‘Finnish Society for Celtic Studies – the first 25 years’, Studia Celtica Fennica 13 (2016)

Jouna Pyysalo, ‘Ten new etymologies between Old Gaulish and the Indo-European languages’, Studia Celtica Fennica 13 (2016)

Andrew Newby, ‘‘Os Selve Alene’: a Norwegian account of the Easter Rising’, Studia Celtica Fennica 13 (2016)

Katja Ritari, ‘Fingal Rónáin: Rónánin suvun surma’, Studia Celtica Fennica 13 (2016)

Morfydd E. Owen, ‘Rachel Sheldon Bromwich (1915–2010)’, Studia Celtica 47 (2013)

Richard Coates, ‘Carausius and Allectus’, Studia Celtica 47 (2013)

Jenny Day, ‘The imagery of the brigandine in two fifteenth-century Welsh request poems’, Studia Celtica 47 (2013)

Enid Morgan, ‘Revenge and reconciliation: a Girardian reading of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi’, Studia Celtica 47 (2013)

John K. Bollard, ‘Meuyl ar uy maryf: shame and honour in The Mabinogi’, Studia Celtica 47 (2013)

Richard Coates, ‘The problem of Striguil, the earliest name of Chepstow: a discussion’, Studia Celtica 47 (2013)

O. J. Padel, ‘Five Cornish toponyms revisited: Crim, Darite, Uthnoe, Port Isaac, Treverva’, Studia Celtica 47 (2013)

Sharon Arbuthnot, ‘Some suggested corrections and additions to DIL based on glossary material’, Studia Celtica 47 (2013)

Madeleine Gray, ‘The 'Dawns o Bowls' and the macabre in late medieval Welsh art and poetry’, Studia Celtica 47 (2013)

Katherine Siân Charlton, ‘Rituals of resistance? Hope and hoarding in Late Iron Age south-east Wales’, Studia Celtica 47 (2013)

Andrew Seaman, ‘Dinas Powys in context: settlement and society in Post-Roman Wales’, Studia Celtica 47 (2013)


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Ian Hughes, Bendigeiduran uab Llyr (2017)

Caroline P. Hammond Bammel, ‘Das neue Rufinfragment in irischer Schrift und die Überlieferung der Rufin’schen Übersetzung der Kirchengeschichte Eusebs’ in Philologia sacra..., vol. 2 (1993)

Roger Gryson (ed.), Philologia sacra: biblische und patristische Studien für Hermann J. Frede und Walter Thiele zu ihrem siebzigsten Geburtstag (1993)

Nóirín Ní Bheaglaoi, ‘Two topographies of Gerald of Wales? A study of the manuscript tradition’, Scriptorium 67 (2013)

Angela M. Lucas, ‘Reconstructing a disarranged manuscript: the case of ms. Harley 913, a medieval Hiberno-English miscellany’, Scriptorium 44 (1990)

Aidan Breen, ‘A new Irish fragment of the Continuatio to Rufinus-Eusebius Historia ecclesiastica’, Scriptorium 41 (1987)

Bella T. Schauman, ‘The Irish script of the MS. Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, S. 45 sup. (ante ca. 625)’, Scriptorium 32 (1978)

Ludwig Bieler, ‘The notulae in the Book of Armagh’, Scriptorium 8 (1954)

Ludwig Bieler, ‘The ordination of St. Patrick’, Scriptorium 2 (1948)

Elizabeth Mullins, ‘The Irish Hebrew name lists in Vienna, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, lat. 940’, Scriptorium 57 (2003)

F. T. Wainwright, ‘Duald’s ‘Three fragments’’, Scriptorium 2 (1948)

Patrick McGurk, ‘Citation marks in early Latin manuscripts: with a list of citation marks in manuscripts earlier than A. D. 800 in English and Irish libraries’, Scriptorium 15 (1961)

Canice Mooney, ‘Scríbhneoirí Gaeilge an seachtú haois déag’, Studia Hibernica 2 (1962)

T. Ó Raifeartaigh, ‘Leasú eagarthóra sa Litir faoi Choroticus’, Studia Hibernica 2 (1962)

D. A. Binchy, ‘Irish history and Irish law: I’, Studia Hibernica 15 (1975)

D. A. Binchy, ‘Irish history and Irish law: II’, Studia Hibernica 16 (1976)

Studia Hibernica 1 (1961)

Breandán S. Mac Aodha, ‘Na Speiríní’, Studia Hibernica 1 (1961)

Séamus P. Ó Mórdha, ‘Lámhscríbhinní Gaeilge i gColáiste Phádraig’, Studia Hibernica 1 (1961)

Thomas P. O'Neill, ‘From famine to near famine 1845-1879’, Studia Hibernica 1 (1961)

R. A. Breatnach, ‘The end of a tradition: a survey of eighteenth century Gaelic literature’, Studia Hibernica 1 (1961)

T. S. Ó Máille, ‘Cúig fhocal Nua-Ghaeilge’, Studia Hibernica 1 (1961)

Gearóid Mac Niocaill, ‘Sdair na Lumbardach’, Studia Hibernica 1 (1961)

W. F. H. Nicolaisen, ‘Field-Work in place-name research’, Studia Hibernica 1 (1961)

Karl Horst Schmidt, ‘Die Labiovelare in den keltischen Sprachen’, Studia Hibernica 1 (1961)

Brian Ó Cuív, ‘Eachtra Mhuireadhaigh Í Dhálaigh’, Studia Hibernica 1 (1961)

Gearóid Mac Eoin, ‘Dán ar chogadh na Traoi’, Studia Hibernica 1 (1961)

D. A. Binchy, ‘The background of early Irish literature’, Studia Hibernica 1 (1961)

Shawn Sheahan, An Irish version of Gualterus De dosibus (1938)

Riitta Latvi, ‘Finnish Society for Celtic Studies – the first 25 years’, Studia Celtica Fennica 13 (2016)

Jouna Pyysalo, ‘Ten new etymologies between Old Gaulish and the Indo-European languages’, Studia Celtica Fennica 13 (2016)

Andrew Newby, ‘‘Os Selve Alene’: a Norwegian account of the Easter Rising’, Studia Celtica Fennica 13 (2016)

Katja Ritari, ‘Fingal Rónáin: Rónánin suvun surma’, Studia Celtica Fennica 13 (2016)

Morfydd E. Owen, ‘Rachel Sheldon Bromwich (1915–2010)’, Studia Celtica 47 (2013)

Richard Coates, ‘Carausius and Allectus’, Studia Celtica 47 (2013)

Jenny Day, ‘The imagery of the brigandine in two fifteenth-century Welsh request poems’, Studia Celtica 47 (2013)

Enid Morgan, ‘Revenge and reconciliation: a Girardian reading of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi’, Studia Celtica 47 (2013)

John K. Bollard, ‘Meuyl ar uy maryf: shame and honour in The Mabinogi’, Studia Celtica 47 (2013)

Richard Coates, ‘The problem of Striguil, the earliest name of Chepstow: a discussion’, Studia Celtica 47 (2013)

O. J. Padel, ‘Five Cornish toponyms revisited: Crim, Darite, Uthnoe, Port Isaac, Treverva’, Studia Celtica 47 (2013)

Sharon Arbuthnot, ‘Some suggested corrections and additions to DIL based on glossary material’, Studia Celtica 47 (2013)

Madeleine Gray, ‘The 'Dawns o Bowls' and the macabre in late medieval Welsh art and poetry’, Studia Celtica 47 (2013)

Katherine Siân Charlton, ‘Rituals of resistance? Hope and hoarding in Late Iron Age south-east Wales’, Studia Celtica 47 (2013)

Andrew Seaman, ‘Dinas Powys in context: settlement and society in Post-Roman Wales’, Studia Celtica 47 (2013)

Studia Celtica 47 (2013)

Catherine A. M. Clarke, ‘Witnessing history: perspectives on medieval Swansea and its cultural contexts’, Journal of Medieval History 41 (2015)

Susan Ridyard, ‘The resuscitation of Roger of Conwy: a Cantilupe miracle and the society of Edwardian north Wales’, Journal of Medieval History 41 (2015)

Catherine A. M. Clarke, ‘Place, identity and performance: spatial practices and social proxies in medieval Swansea’, Journal of Medieval History 41 (2015)

Helen Fulton, ‘The geography of Welsh literary production in late medieval Glamorgan’, Journal of Medieval History 41 (2015)

Nicholas Evans, ‘Cultural contacts and ethnic origins in Viking Age Wales and northern Britain: the case of Albanus, Britain's first inhabitant and Scottish ancestor’, Journal of Medieval History 41 (2015)


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