Koch, John T. [ed.]





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Koch, John T. [ed.], Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia, 5 vols, Santa Barbara, Denver and Oxford: ABC-Clio, 2006.

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Citation details
Work
Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia (5 vols)
Place
Santa Barbara, Denver and Oxford
Publisher
ABC-Clio
Year
2006
Contributions indexed individually i.e. contributions for which a separate page is available
Related publications
General
Koch, John T., and Antone Minard (eds.), The Celts: history, life and culture, 2 vols, Santa Barbara (CA): ABC-Clio, 2012.
Subjects and topics
Approaches
encyclopedias
Clancy (Thomas Owen), “Aberdeen Breviary”
1
Koch (John T.), “Aberffraw”
Keywords: Aberffraw
1–4
Smith (Robert), “Abertawe (Swansea)”
Keywords: Abertawe (Swansea)
4–5
Busse (Peter E.), “Aberteifi (Cardigan)”
5–6
Busse (Peter E.), “Aberystwyth”
6–7
Coe (Paula Powers), “Abnoba”
7
Cunningham (Bernadette), “Acadamh Ríoga na hÉireann (Royal Irish Academy)”
7–8
Nagy (Joseph Falaky), Acallam na senórach
8–9
Pittock (Murray G. H.), “Act of Union, Ireland (1800)”
9–10
Minard (Antone), Acte d’Union, Brittany (1532)”
10
Pittock (Murray G. H.), “Acts of Union, Wales (1536–43)”
11
Lambot (Bernard)Méniel (Patrice), “Acy-Romance”
12
O'Loughlin (Thomas), “Adomnán, St”
12–13
Guštin (Mitja), “Adriatic region, Celts in the”
13–14
Busse (Peter E.)Koch (John T.), “Aed Find”
15
“Aed Sláine mac Diarmato”
Áed Sláine mac DiarmataÁed Sláine mac Díarmata
(d. 604)
joint high-king of Ireland, eponymous ancestor of Síl nÁedo Sláine; said to be a son of Díarmait mac Cerbaill and Mugain.
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15–16
Koch (John T.), “Aedán mac Gabráin”
Áedán mac GabráinÁedán mac Gabráin
(r. 574–609)
king of Dál Riata (r. c.574–609)
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16–17
Busse (Peter E.), “Aedui/Haedui”
17
Koch (John T.), “Æthelfrith”
ÆthelfrithÆthelfrith
(d. c.616)
Æthelfrith ... king of Bernicia, Æthelfrith ... king of Northumbria
succeeded his father Æthelric as king of Bernicia in 592 and became king of Northumbria (both Bernicia and Deira) in 604; married to Bebba and later to the Deiran princess Acha.
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17–18
Minard (Antone), “Æthelstan”
ÆthelstanÆthelstan
(r. 924–939)
King of England (r. 924–939), son of King Edward the Elder.
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18–19
Minard (Antone), afanc
Lexical items: W. afanc
19
Koch (John T.), “Agricola, Gnaeus Julius”
AgricolaAgricola
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19–20
Lejars (Thierry), “Agris”
30–31
Koch (John T.), Aided Énfir Aífe and Oidheadh Chonnlaoich mheic Con Culainn
32
Busse (Peter E.)Koch (John T.), “Ailpín mac Echach”
32
Riggs (Pádraigín), An Aimsir Óg
32
Hellmuth (Petra S.), Ainm
32
Poppe (Erich), Airec Menman Uraird maic Coise
32–33
Ó Broin (Brian), Aisling
33
Clancy (Thomas Owen), “Aithbhreac nighean Coirceadail”
33–34
Koch (John T.), “Cadafael ap Cynfedw”
311–312
Joyner (Paul), “Cadair Idris”
312
Koch (John T.), “Cadelling”
313–314
Koch (John T.), “Cadfan ab Iago”
314
Henken (Elissa R.), “Cadoc”
314–315
Koch (John T.), “Cadwaladr ap Cadwallon”
315
Koch (John T.), “Cadwallon ap Cadfan”
315–317
Koch (John T.), “Cædmon”
317
Koch (John T.), “Cædualla”
317
Koch (John T.), “Caer (Chester), battle of”
317–319
Busse (Peter E.)Löffler (Marion)Koch (John T.), “Caerdydd (Cardiff)”
319–321
Karl (Raimund)Koch (John T.), “Caerfyrddin (Carmarthen)”
321–322
Karl (Raimund), “Caerllion (Caerleon)”
322–323
Freeman (Philip), “Caesar, Gaius Julius”
323
Koch (John T.), “Cai fab Cynyr”
323–325
Ó hAodha (Donncha), Cailleach Bhéirre
325–326
Clancy (Thomas Owen), “Caimbeul, Donnchadh”
326
O'Loughlin (Thomas), Cáin Adomnáin
327
Koch (John T.), “Caisel Muman”
327–328
Koch (John T.), “Caladbolg/Caledfwlch/Excalibur”
328–330
Minard (Antone), “calendar, Celtic”
330–332
Koch (John T.), “Calidones”
332–333
Koch (John T.), “Calleva (Silchester)”
333–334
Hellmuth (Petra S.), Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies
334
Koch (John T.), “Camlan”
334–335
335–336
Gunderloch (Anja), “Campbell, John Francis”
336–337
Koch (John T.)Busse (Peter E.), “Camulodūnon”
337–339
Owen (Morfydd E.), Cantref
339
Ifans (Rhiannon), Canu gwasael
339–341
Ó Broin (Brian), Caoineadh
341
Koch (John T.), “Caradog Freichfras ap Llŷr Marini”
342
Henken (Elissa R.), “Caradog of Llancarfan”
342–343
Busse (Peter E.)Koch (John T.), “Caratācos”
343
Gunderloch (Anja), Carmina Gadelica
343–344
Hunter (Fraser), “Carnyx”
345
Kidd (Sheila), “Carswell, John”
345
Koch (John T.), “Cartimandua”
345–346
Comber (Michelle), “Cashel”
347–348
Daniel (R. Iestyn), “Casnodyn”
348
Minard (Antone)Busse (Peter E.), “Cassius Dio Cocceianus”
348–349
Koch (John T.), “Cassivellaunos/Caswallon”
349–350
Koch (John T.), Cath Maige Tuired
350–351
351–352
Koch (John T.), “Cathbad”
CathbadCathbad
(time-frame ass. with Ulster Cycle)
druid to Conchobar mac Nessa, king of Ulster, in the Ulster Cycle; husband of Ness and possible father of Conchobar mac Nessa.
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352–353
Le Duc (Gwenaël), Catholicon
353
Koch (John T.), “Catraeth”
353–356
Busse (Peter E.), “Catroe/Cadroe”
Cathróe of MetzCathróe of Metz
(fl. 10th c.)
Scottish monk and pilgrim saint who became abbot of Waulsort and later Saint Felix at Metz.
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356
Koch (John T.), “Catumandus”
CatumandusCatumandus
Entry reserved for but not yet available from the subject index.

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356–357
Koch (John T.)Busse (Peter E.)Wiel (Caroline aan de), “Catuvellauni”
CatuvellauniCatuvellauni
Entry reserved for but not yet available from the subject index.

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357–358
Löffler (Marion), “cauldrons”
Keywords: cauldrons
358–360
Contributors
Dennis Groenewegen