Koch (John T.)

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John T.
Koch

98 publications between 1982 and 2017 indexed
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Works authored

Koch, John T., Cunedda, Cynan, Cadwallon, Cynddylan: four Welsh poems and Britain 383–655, Aberystwyth: University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, 2013.
Koch, John T., and Antone Minard (eds.), The Celts: history, life and culture, 2 vols, vol. 1, Santa Barbara (CA): ABC-Clio, 2012.
Koch, John T., and Antone Minard (eds.), The Celts: history, life and culture, 2 vols, Santa Barbara (CA): ABC-Clio, 2012.
Koch, John T., and Antone Minard (eds.), The Celts: history, life and culture, 2 vols, vol. 2, Santa Barbara (CA): ABC-Clio, 2012.
Koch, John T., Tartessian 2. The inscription of Mesas do Castelinho — ro and the verbal complex — Preliminaries to historical phonology, Celtic Studies Publications, Celtic Studies Publications, 2011.
Koch, John T., Tartessian: Celtic in the South-west at the dawn of history, Celtic Studies Publications 13, Aberystwyth: Celtic Studies Publications, 2009.
Koch, John T., Raimund Karl, Antone Minard, and Simon Ó Faoláin, An atlas for Celtic studies: archaeology and names in ancient Europe and early medieval Ireland, Britain and Brittany, Celtic Studies Publications 12, Oxford: Oxbow Books, 2007.
Koch, John T., and John Carey (eds.), The Celtic Heroic Age. Literary sources for ancient Celtic Europe and early Ireland & Wales, Celtic Studies Publications 1, 4th ed. (1995), Aberystwyth: Celtic Studies Publications, 2003.

Works edited

Koch, John T., Barry Cunliffe [eds], Kerri Cleary, and Catriona D. Gibson [coll. eds] (eds), Celtic from the West 3: Atlantic Europe in the Metal Ages: questions of shared language, Oxford: Oxbow Books, 2016.
Koch, John T., and Barry Cunliffe (eds), Celtic from the West 2: rethinking the Bronze Age and the arrival of Indo-European in Atlantic Europe, Celtic Studies Publications 16, Oxford, Oakville, CT: Oxbow Books, 2013.
Cunliffe, Barry, and John T. Koch (eds.), Celtic from the West: alternative perspectives from archaeology, genetics, language and literature, Celtic Studies Publications 15, Oxford: Oxbow Books, 2010.
Koch, John T. [ed.], Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia, 5 vols, Santa Barbara, Denver and Oxford: ABC-Clio, 2006.
Davies, Wendy, James Graham-Campbell, Mark Handley, Paul Kershaw, John T. Koch, and Gwenaël Le Duc (eds.), The inscriptions of early medieval Brittany / Les inscriptions de la Bretagne du Haut Moyen Âge, Celtic Studies Publications 5, Oakville, Connecticut: Celtic Studies Publications, 2000.
Carey, John, John T. Koch, and Pierre-Yves Lambert (eds.), Ildánach Ildírech. A festschrift for Proinsias Mac Cana, Celtic Studies Publications 4, Andover and Aberystwyth: Celtic Studies Publications, 1999.

Contributions to journals

Koch, John T., “Bannauenta, Borough Hill (Northamptonshire), and Welsh mynwent”, Studia Celtica 50 (2016): 169–174.
Koch, John T., “On the debate over the classification of the language of the South-western (SW) inscriptions, also known as Tartessian”, Journal of Indo-European Studies 42:3-4 (2014): 335–427.
Koch, John T., “A decipherment interrupted: proceeding from Valério, Eska, and Prósper”, Journal of Indo-European Studies 42:3-4 (2014): 487–524.
Koch, John T., “On Celts calling themselves ‘Celts’ and related questions”, Studia Celtica 43 (2009): 73–86.
Koch, John T., “Celtoscepticism: some intellectual sources and ideological implications”, Indo-European Studies Bulletin 9:2 (2001): 1–8.
Koch, John T., “Gallo-Brittonic Tasc(i)ouanos ‘Badger-slayer’ and the reflex of Indo-European gwh”, Journal of Celtic Linguistics 1 (1992): 101–118.
Koch, John T., “Ériu, Alba, and Letha: when was a language ancestral to Gaelic first spoken in Ireland?”, Emania 9 (1991): 17–27.
Koch, John T., “Brân, Brennos: an instance of early Gallo-Brittonic history and mythology”, Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies 20 (Winter, 1990): 1–20.
Koch, John T., “A Welsh window on the Iron Age: Manawydan, Mandubracios”, Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies 14 (Winter, 1987): 17–52.
Koch, John T., “New thoughts on Albion, Ierne, and the ‘Pretanic’ Isles”, Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium 6–7 (1986): 1–28.

Contributions to edited collections or authored works

Koch, John T., and Fernando Fernández Palacios, “Some epigraphic comparanda bearing on the ‘pan-Celtic god’ Lugus”, in: Haeussler, Ralph, and Anthony King (eds), Celtic religions in the Roman period: personal, local, and global, Celtic Studies Publications, Aberystwyth: Celtic Studies Publications, 2017. 37–56.
Koch, John T., “Some Palaeohispanic implications of the Gaulish inscription of Rezé (Ratiatum)”, in: Oudaer, Guillaume, Gaël Hily, and Herve Le Bihan (eds), Mélanges en l’honneur de Pierre-Yves Lambert, Rennes: TIR, 2015. 333–345.
Koch, John T., “Ha C1a ≠ PC (‘The earliest Hallstatt Iron Age cannot equal proto-Celtic’) [Prologue]”, in: Koch, John T., and Barry Cunliffe (eds), Celtic from the West 2: rethinking the Bronze Age and the arrival of Indo-European in Atlantic Europe, Celtic Studies Publications 16, Oxford, Oakville, CT: Oxbow Books, 2013. 1–16.
Koch, John T., “Out of the flow and ebb of the European Bronze Age: heroes, Tartessos, and Celtic”, in: Koch, John T., and Barry Cunliffe (eds), Celtic from the West 2: rethinking the Bronze Age and the arrival of Indo-European in Atlantic Europe, Celtic Studies Publications 16, Oxford, Oakville, CT: Oxbow Books, 2013. 101–146.
Koch, John T., “Waiting for Gododdin: thoughts on Taliesin and Iudic-Hael, Catraeth and unripe times in Celtic studies”, in: Woolf, Alex [ed.], Beyond the Gododdin: Dark Age Scotland in medieval Wales. The proceedings of a day conference held on 19 February 2005, St John's House Papers 13, St Andrews, 2013. 177–204.
[[ |Aedán mac Gabráin]]
John T. Koch, “Aedán mac Gabráin”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 16–17.
[[ |Cadwallon ap Cadfan]]
John T. Koch, “Cadwallon ap Cadfan”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 315–317.
[[ |Cassivellaunos/Caswallon]]
John T. Koch, “Cassivellaunos/Caswallon”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 349–350.
[[ |Catraeth]]
John T. Koch, “Catraeth”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 353–356.
[[ |Cai fab Cynyr]]
John T. Koch, “Cai fab Cynyr”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 323–325.
[[ |Camlan]]
John T. Koch, “Camlan”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 334–335.
[[ |Æthelfrith]]
John T. Koch, “Æthelfrith”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 17–18.
[[ |Cædmon]]
John T. Koch, “Cædmon”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 317.
[[ |Aided Énfir Aífe and Oidheadh Chonnlaoich mheic Con Culainn]]
John T. Koch, “Aided Énfir Aífe and Oidheadh Chonnlaoich mheic Con Culainn”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 32.
[[ |Catumandus]]
John T. Koch, “Catumandus”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 356–357.
[[ |Cadafael ap Cynfedw]]
John T. Koch, “Cadafael ap Cynfedw”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 311–312.
[[ |Caisel Muman]]
John T. Koch, “Caisel Muman”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 327–328.
[[ |Camma]]
Antone Minard, John T. Koch, “Camma”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 335–336.
[[ |Agricola, Gnaeus Julius]]
John T. Koch, “Agricola, Gnaeus Julius”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 19–20.
[[ |Cædualla]]
John T. Koch, “Cædualla”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 317.
[[ |Ailpín mac Echach]]
Peter E. Busse, John T. Koch, “Ailpín mac Echach”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 32.
[[ |Catuvellauni]]
John T. Koch, Peter E. Busse, Caroline aan de Wiel, “Catuvellauni”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 357–358.
[[ |Cadelling]]
John T. Koch, “Cadelling”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 313–314.
[[ |Caradog Freichfras ap Llŷr Marini]]
John T. Koch, “Caradog Freichfras ap Llŷr Marini”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 342.
[[ |Camulodūnon]]
John T. Koch, Peter E. Busse, “Camulodūnon”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 337–339.
[[ |Caladbolg/Caledfwlch/Excalibur]]
John T. Koch, “Caladbolg/Caledfwlch/Excalibur”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 328–330.
[[ |Caer (Chester), battle of]]
John T. Koch, “Caer (Chester), battle of”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 317–319.
[[ |Aberffraw]]
John T. Koch, “Aberffraw”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 1–4.
[[ |Cadfan ab Iago]]
John T. Koch, “Cadfan ab Iago”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 314.
[[ |Caratācos]]
Peter E. Busse, John T. Koch, “Caratācos”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 343.
[[ |Cath Maige Tuired]]
John T. Koch, “Cath Maige Tuired”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 350–351.
[[ |Caerdydd (Cardiff)]]
Peter E. Busse, Marion Löffler, John T. Koch, “Caerdydd (Cardiff)”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 319–321.
[[ |Calidones]]
John T. Koch, “Calidones”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 332–333.
[[ |Aed Find]]
Peter E. Busse, John T. Koch, “Aed Find”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 15.
[[ |Cadwaladr ap Cadwallon]]
John T. Koch, “Cadwaladr ap Cadwallon”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 315.
[[ |Cartimandua]]
John T. Koch, “Cartimandua”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 345–346.
[[ |Cathbad]]
John T. Koch, “Cathbad”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 352–353.
[[ |Caerfyrddin (Carmarthen)]]
Raimund Karl, John T. Koch, “Caerfyrddin (Carmarthen)”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 321–322.
[[ |Calleva (Silchester)]]
John T. Koch, “Calleva (Silchester)”, in: John T. Koch (ed.), Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006): 333–334.
Koch, John T., “De sancto Iudicaelo rege historia and its implications for the Welsh Taliesin”, in: Nagy, Joseph Falaky, and Leslie Ellen Jones (eds.), Heroic poets and poetic heroes in Celtic tradition. A Festschrift for Patrick K. Ford, CSANA Yearbook 3, 4, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2005. 247–262.
Koch, John T., “The early chronology for St Patrick (c. 351–c. 428): some new ideas and possibilities”, in: Cartwright, Jane [ed.], Celtic hagiography and saints’ cults, Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2003. 102–122.
Koch, John T. [tr.], “[Various contributions]”, in: Koch, John T., and John Carey (eds.), The Celtic Heroic Age. Literary sources for ancient Celtic Europe and early Ireland & Wales, Celtic Studies Publications 1, 4th ed. (1995), Aberystwyth: Celtic Studies Publications, 2003. [Various].
includes: ‘Two Gaulish religious inscriptions: § 1. The Tablet of Chamalières’ • ‘Two Gaulish religious inscriptions: § 2. The Tablet of Larzac’ • ‘Pre-Posidonian authors. The Celts of the Balkans and Alexander the Great: § 10. Arrianus Flavius Anabasis of Alexander 1.4.6–5.2’ • ‘The classical authors on the druids: § 23. Diogenes Laertius Vitae, Intro.’ • ‘The classical authors on the druids: § 24. Dion Chrysostom Orationis 49’ • ‘The classical authors on the druids: § 25. Cicero De divinatione 1.41.90’ • ‘The classical authors on the druids: § 26. Ammianus Marcellinus’ • ‘The classical authors on the druids: § 27. Suetonius Claudius 25’ • ‘The classical authors on the druids: § 28. Pomponius Mela De situ orbis 3.2.18–19’ • ‘The classical authors on the druids: § 29. Pliny Natural history’ • ‘The classical authors on the druids: § 30. Lucan Pharsalia ¶ 1.450–58’ • ‘The classical authors on the druids: § 31. Tacitus Annals 14.30’ • ‘The classical authors on the druids: § 32. Lampridius Alexander Severus 59.5’ • ‘The classical authors on the druids: § 33. Vopiscus Numerianus 14; Aurelianus 63.4.5’ • ‘The classical authors on the druids: § 34. Ausonius Commem. professorum’ • ‘The classical authors on the druids: § 35. Hippolytus Philosophumena 1.25’ • ‘The classical authors on the druids: § 36. Clement of Alexandria Stromata 1.15.70.1’ • ‘The classical authors on the druids: § 37. Valerius Maximus 2.6.10’ • ‘The skull cup – L. Postumius and the Cisalpine Boii: § 38. Livy ¶ 23.24’ • ‘King Catumandus and the dream-vision of the war-goddess: § 42. Justin Philippic histories 43.5’ • ‘Ancient Celtic women leaders. Onomāris: § 45. Tractatus de mulieribus claris in bello’ • ‘Ancient Celtic women leaders. Boudīcā: § 46. Dio Cassius Roman history 62’ • ‘Ancient Celtic women leaders. Boudīcā: § 47. Tacitus Annals; Agricola’ • ‘Ancient Celtic women leaders. Veledā: § 48. Tacitus Histories ¶ 4.61, 66’ • ‘Ancient Celtic women leaders. Carti(s)manduā: § 49. Tacitus Annals ¶ 12.40, 2–7; Histories ¶ 3.45
Forsyth, Katherine, and John T. Koch [appendix], “Evidence of a lost Pictish source in the Historia regum Anglorum of Symeon of Durham”, in: Taylor, Simon (ed.), Kings, clerics and chronicles in Scotland, 500–1297: essays in honour of Marjorie Ogilvie Anderson on the occasion of her ninetieth birthday, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2000. 19–34.
Koch, John T., “On the origin of the Old Irish terms Goídil and Goídelc”, in: Evans, Geraint, Bernard Martin, and Jonathan M. Wooding (eds.), Origins and revivals: proceedings of the First Australian Conference of Celtic Studies, Sydney Series in Celtic Studies 3, Sydney: Centre for Celtic Studies, University of Sydney, 2000. 3–16.
Koch, John T., “The place of Y Gododdin in the history of Scotland”, in: Black, Ronald, William Gillies, and Roibeard Ó Maolalaigh (eds.), Celtic connections: proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Celtic Studies, vol. 1, East Linton: Tuckwell Press, 1999. 199–210.
Koch, John T., “Windows on the Iron Age: 1964–1994”, in: Mallory, James P., and Gerard Stockman (eds.), Ulidia: proceedings of the First International Conference on the Ulster Cycle of Tales, Belfast and Emain Macha, 8–12 April 1994, Belfast: December, 1994. 229–237.

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Eska, Joseph F., “Comments on John T. Koch’s Tartessian-as-Celtic enterprise”, Journal of Indo-European Studies 42:3-4 (2014): 428–438.
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