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J. H. Lloyd, ‘The five Munsters’, Ériu 2 (1905)

John Strachan, ‘Anecdoton’, Ériu 1 (1904)

Kuno Meyer, ‘Mitteilungen aus irischen Handschriften: Uga Corbmaic meic Cuilendāin’, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 10 (1915)

Kuno Meyer, ‘Mitteilungen aus irischen Handschriften: III. Aus Laud 610. König Fedlimids Rache’, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 3 (1901)

Kuno Meyer, ‘Mitteilungen aus irischen Handschriften: König Fedlimid und der junge Priester’, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 10 (1915)

John Strachan, ‘An Old-Irish metrical rule’, Ériu 1 (1904)

John Strachan, ‘Addenda to Ériu 1, 191 sq.’, Ériu 2 (1905)

Kuno Meyer (ed.) • John Strachan (ed.), Ériu 1 (1904)

Michael W. Herren, The Hisperica famina, vol. 2 (1987)

Michael W. Herren, The Hisperica famina (1974–1987)

Michael W. Herren, ‘Some conjectures on the origins and tradition of the Hisperic poem Rubisca’, Ériu 25 (1974)

David R. Howlett, ‘Rubisca: an edition, translation and commentary’, Peritia 10 (1996)

Paul Grosjean, ‘List of apostles and disciples’ in Irish texts, fasciculus IV... (1934)

J. B. McGovern, ‘Some Irish MSS and books in the John Rylands Library, Manchester [Read October 25, 1920]’, Bibliographical Society of Ireland Publications 2 (1925)

Kuno Meyer, ‘Mitteilungen aus irischen Handschriften: Anmchairdes Manchāin Lēith so’, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 7 (1910)

Kevin Murray, ‘The late medieval Irish-language manuscript tradition in North Roscommon: the case of Royal Irish Academy MS 23 N 10’ in Roscommon history and society... (2018)

Richie Farrell (ed.) • Kieran O'Conor (ed.) • Matthew Potter (ed.), Roscommon history and society: interdiscplinary essays on the history of an Irish county (2018)

Carl Marstrander, ‘Bídh crínna’, Ériu 5 (1911)

Bernadette Cunningham, ‘John Colgan as historian’ in Irish Europe, 1600-1650... (2013)

Dafydd R. Johnston, Gwaith Iolo Goch (1988)

Monica Sonck, ‘A wizard in Moominvalley: target culture in the Welsh translation of Tove Jansson’s Finn family Moomintroll’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Tom Sjöblom, ‘Advice from a birdman: ritual injunctions and royal instructions in TBDD’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Gaela Keryell, ‘The Kalevala and the Barzaz-Breiz: the relativity of the concept of ‘forgery’’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Tomás Ó Cathasaigh, ‘Gat and díberg in Togail bruidne Da Derga’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Elmar Ternes, ‘Warum erscheinen die keltischen Sprachen so fremdartig? Einige typoligische Besonderheiten des Keltischen’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Erwan Ar Gall • Harri Nyberg, ‘Traditional material culture and regulations concerning the use of seaweeds in Celtic areas’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Astrid Sandberg-McGowan, ‘Viking influence on Irish weaponry and dress?’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Máirtín Ó Briain, ‘The conception and death of Fionn Mac Cumhaill’s canine cousin’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Eugene McKendry, ‘Long ó in Irish’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Tuija Kuha, ‘The significance of language for Irish identity’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Geir H. Henden, ‘Unexpected fieldwork experience and some thoughts on the semantics and syntax of the Irish verb ‘to meet’’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Miranda J. Green, ‘The archaeology of religion in pagan Celtic Europe’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Glyn Welden Banks, ‘Hedd Wyn: poet as hero’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Richard Sharpe, ‘The origin and elaboration of the Catalogus praecipuorum sanctorum Hiberniae attributed to Henry FitzSimon, SJ’, Bodleian Library Record 13 (1989)

Bernadette Cunningham, ‘FitzSimon, Henry (1566–1643)’ in Oxford dictionary of national biography... (2007, 2004-present)

Paul Grosjean, ‘Édition du Catalogus praecipuorum sanctorum Hiberniae de Henry Fitzsimon’ in Féil-sgríbhinn Eóin Mhic Néill... (1940)

Brian J. Stone, ‘Rhetorical re-tellings: Senchas fagbála Caisil and twelfth-century reform in Ireland’, Quaestio Insularis 12 (2012)

Paul Russell, ‘Revisiting the ‘Welsh dictator’ of the Old English Orosius’, Quaestio Insularis 12 (2012)

Michael Rush, ‘British and Germanic cultural interaction in early Anglo-Saxon East Anglia’, Quaestio Insularis 12 (2012)

Georgia Henley, ‘Rhetoric, translation and historiography: the literary qualities of Brut y tywysogyon’, Quaestio Insularis 13 (2013)

Eoghan Ahern, ‘The influence of Irish learning on Bede’s cosmological outlook’, Quaestio Insularis 14 (2013)

David Callander, ‘The corruption of evidence in a critical tradition: Welsh and Old English elegies’, Quaestio Insularis 15 (2014)

Ben Guy, ‘A second witness to the Welsh material in Harley 3859’, Quaestio Insularis 15 (2014)

Camilla Pedersen, ‘In the claws of one’s self: a comparative study of ‘voluntary’ shape-shifting in the literary traditions of Old Norse and medieval Irish narrative’, Quaestio Insularis 15 (2014)

Samuel Ottewill-Soulsby, ‘Al-Bakrī and the Bretons’, Quaestio Insularis 16 (2016)

Patrick Wadden, ‘‘The beauty and lust of the Gaels’: national characteristics and medieval Gaelic learned culture’, North American Journal of Celtic Studies 2 (2018)

Matthieu Boyd, ‘[Review essay:] Gwerzioù for all! A look at the field’, North American Journal of Celtic Studies 2 (2018)

Mary-Ann Constantine • Éva Guillorel, Miracles & murders: an introductory anthology of Breton ballads (2017)

Aideen M. O'Leary, ‘Contested consecrations and the pursuit of ecclesiastical independence in Scotland and Ireland in the early 1120s
’, North American Journal of Celtic Studies 2 (2018)

Frederick C. Suppe, ‘The career and subsequent reputation of Iorwerth Goch, bi-cultural denizen of the medieval Welsh marches’, North American Journal of Celtic Studies 2 (2018)


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Michael W. Herren, The Hisperica famina, vol. 2 (1987)

Kevin Murray, ‘The late medieval Irish-language manuscript tradition in North Roscommon: the case of Royal Irish Academy MS 23 N 10’ in Roscommon history and society... (2018)

Richie Farrell (ed.) • Kieran O'Conor (ed.) • Matthew Potter (ed.), Roscommon history and society: interdiscplinary essays on the history of an Irish county (2018)

Elmar Ternes, ‘Warum erscheinen die keltischen Sprachen so fremdartig? Einige typoligische Besonderheiten des Keltischen’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Tom Sjöblom, ‘Advice from a birdman: ritual injunctions and royal instructions in TBDD’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Monica Sonck, ‘A wizard in Moominvalley: target culture in the Welsh translation of Tove Jansson’s Finn family Moomintroll’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Erwan Ar Gall • Harri Nyberg, ‘Traditional material culture and regulations concerning the use of seaweeds in Celtic areas’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Astrid Sandberg-McGowan, ‘Viking influence on Irish weaponry and dress?’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Tomás Ó Cathasaigh, ‘Gat and díberg in Togail bruidne Da Derga’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Máirtín Ó Briain, ‘The conception and death of Fionn Mac Cumhaill’s canine cousin’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Eugene McKendry, ‘Long ó in Irish’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Tuija Kuha, ‘The significance of language for Irish identity’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Gaela Keryell, ‘The Kalevala and the Barzaz-Breiz: the relativity of the concept of ‘forgery’’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Geir H. Henden, ‘Unexpected fieldwork experience and some thoughts on the semantics and syntax of the Irish verb ‘to meet’’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Miranda J. Green, ‘The archaeology of religion in pagan Celtic Europe’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Glyn Welden Banks, ‘Hedd Wyn: poet as hero’ in Celtica Helsingiensia. Proceedings from a Symposium on Celtic Studies... (1996)

Richard Sharpe, ‘The origin and elaboration of the Catalogus praecipuorum sanctorum Hiberniae attributed to Henry FitzSimon, SJ’, Bodleian Library Record 13 (1989)

Brian J. Stone, ‘Rhetorical re-tellings: Senchas fagbála Caisil and twelfth-century reform in Ireland’, Quaestio Insularis 12 (2012)

Michael Rush, ‘British and Germanic cultural interaction in early Anglo-Saxon East Anglia’, Quaestio Insularis 12 (2012)

Paul Russell, ‘Revisiting the ‘Welsh dictator’ of the Old English Orosius’, Quaestio Insularis 12 (2012)

Georgia Henley, ‘Rhetoric, translation and historiography: the literary qualities of Brut y tywysogyon’, Quaestio Insularis 13 (2013)

Eoghan Ahern, ‘The influence of Irish learning on Bede’s cosmological outlook’, Quaestio Insularis 14 (2013)

David Callander, ‘The corruption of evidence in a critical tradition: Welsh and Old English elegies’, Quaestio Insularis 15 (2014)

Ben Guy, ‘A second witness to the Welsh material in Harley 3859’, Quaestio Insularis 15 (2014)

Camilla Pedersen, ‘In the claws of one’s self: a comparative study of ‘voluntary’ shape-shifting in the literary traditions of Old Norse and medieval Irish narrative’, Quaestio Insularis 15 (2014)

Samuel Ottewill-Soulsby, ‘Al-Bakrī and the Bretons’, Quaestio Insularis 16 (2016)

Mary-Ann Constantine • Éva Guillorel, Miracles & murders: an introductory anthology of Breton ballads (2017)

Matthieu Boyd, ‘[Review essay:] Gwerzioù for all! A look at the field’, North American Journal of Celtic Studies 2 (2018)

Aideen M. O'Leary, ‘Contested consecrations and the pursuit of ecclesiastical independence in Scotland and Ireland in the early 1120s
’, North American Journal of Celtic Studies 2 (2018)

Frederick C. Suppe, ‘The career and subsequent reputation of Iorwerth Goch, bi-cultural denizen of the medieval Welsh marches’, North American Journal of Celtic Studies 2 (2018)

Alice R. Taylor-Griffiths, ‘Gúbretha Caratniad: agreement and disagreement in the classroom’, North American Journal of Celtic Studies 2 (2018)

Patrick Wadden, ‘‘The beauty and lust of the Gaels’: national characteristics and medieval Gaelic learned culture’, North American Journal of Celtic Studies 2 (2018)

Jenkin James, ‘A short account of the work of the Press Board of the University of Wales, 1922-1938’, Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 1937 (1938)

A. H. Dodd, ‘Wales and the Scottish succession (1570-1605)’, Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 1937 (1938)

Clough Williams-Ellis, ‘The face of Wales’, Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 1937 (1938)

Arthur Hutson, ‘Geoffrey of Monmouth: two notes [1. Brychan and Geoffrey of Monmouth’s Ebraucus; 2. Welsh heroes at Arthur’s court]’, Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 1937 (1938)

H. Idris Bell, ‘A friend of Charles Lamb in south Wales’, Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 1937 (1938)

Francis Jones, ‘The squires of Hawksbrook’, Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 1937 (1938)

Iorwerth C. Peate, ‘Welsh society and Eisteddfod medals and relics’, Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 1937 (1938)

W. J. Gruffydd, ‘Rhagarweiniad i farddoniaeth Cymru cyn Dafydd ap Gwilym’, Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 1937 (1938)

Stephen Jones, ‘Speech sounds and their bearing on the linguistic problem in Wales’, Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 1937 (1938)

Iorwerth C. Peate, ‘Diwylliant gwerin’, Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 1937 (1938)

Rees L. Lloyd, ‘Welsh Masters of the Bench of the Inner Temple from early times until the end of the eighteenth century’, Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 1937 (1938)

William Rees, ‘The Union of England and Wales [with a transcript of the Act of Union]’, Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 1937 (1938)

Ernest Rhys, ‘A great Cymmrodor: Dr. Griffith Hartwell Jones’, Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 1937 (1938)

Studia Hibernica 35 (2008–2009)

Martin Maguire, ‘Harry Nicholls & Kathleen Emerson: Protestant rebels’, Studia Hibernica 35 (2008–2009)

Martin J. Powell, ‘[Review article:] Reporting the Irish House of Lords in the late eighteenth century’, Studia Hibernica 35 (2008–2009)

Peter Crooks, ‘[Review article:] Medieval Ireland and the wider world’, Studia Hibernica 35 (2008–2009)

James Kelly, ‘‘Drinking the waters’: balneotherapeutic medicine in Ireland, 1660-1850’, Studia Hibernica 35 (2008–2009)


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