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Margaret E. Dobbs, ‘Níníne Écess’, Études Celtiques 5 (1951)

Margaret E. Dobbs, ‘Aedan mac Gabrain’, Scottish Gaelic Studies 7 (1953)

Margaret E. Dobbs, ‘References to Erc daughter of Loarn in Irish MSS’, Scottish Gaelic Studies 6 (1949)

Margaret E. Dobbs, ‘Cé: the Pictish name of a district in eastern Scotland’, Scottish Gaelic Studies 6 (1949)

Anouk Nuijten, Tochmarc Momera: an edition and translation, with introduction and textual notes (2016)

Patrick O'Neill, ‘Don tSamain beos’ in Mil na mBeach... (1911)

Joep Leerssen, ‘Petrie: polymath and innovator’ in George Petrie (1790-1866)... (2004)

Peter Murray (ed.), George Petrie (1790-1866): the rediscovery of Ireland's past (2004)

Lloyd Bowen, ‘The battle of Britain: history and reformation in early modern Wales’ in Christianities in the early modern Celtic world... (2014)

Robert Armstrong, ‘Conclusion: Celtic christianities in the age of Reformations: language, community, tradition and belief’ in Christianities in the early modern Celtic world... (2014)

David Ceri Jones, ‘Calvinistic Methodism and the reformed tradition in eighteenth-century Wales’ in Christianities in the early modern Celtic world... (2014)

Bernadette Cunningham, ‘Catholic intellectual culture in early modern Ireland’ in Christianities in the early modern Celtic world... (2014)

Alexandra Walsham, ‘Antiquities Cornu-Brittanick: language, memory and landscape in early modern Cornwall’ in Christianities in the early modern Celtic world... (2014)

Martin MacGregor, ‘Gaelic Christianity? The church in the Western Highlands and Islands of Scotland before and after the Reformation’ in Christianities in the early modern Celtic world... (2014)

Madeleine Gray, ‘‘The curious incident of the dog in the night-time’: The pre-Reformation church in Wales’ in Christianities in the early modern Celtic world... (2014)

Raymond Gillespie, ‘Traditional religion in sixteenth-century Gaelic Ireland’ in Christianities in the early modern Celtic world... (2014)

Iain G. MacDonald, ‘The church in Gaelic Scotland before the Reformation’ in Christianities in the early modern Celtic world... (2014)

Gilbert Márkus, ‘Adomnán, two saints, and the paschal controversy’, The Innes Review 68 (2017)

Julianna Grigg, The philosopher king and the Pictish nation (2015)

Thomas Owen Clancy, ‘Philosopher-king: Nechtan mac Der-Ilei’, The Scottish Historical Review 83 (2004)

Alex Woolf, ‘AU 729.2 and the last years of Nechtan mac Der-Ilei’, The Scottish Historical Review 85 (2006)

Elva Johnston, ‘Mapping literate networks in early medieval Ireland’ in Maths meets myths... (2017)

Daniel P. Mc Carthy, ‘Analysing and restoring the chronology of the Irish annals’ in Maths meets myths... (2017)

Ralph Kenna (ed.) • Máirín MacCarron (ed.) • Pádraig MacCarron (ed.), Maths meets myths: quantitative approaches to ancient narratives (2017)

Steve Boardman (ed.) • Alasdair Ross (ed.), The exercise of power in medieval Scotland, c.1200-1500 (2003)

Séamus Pender, ‘The Fir Domnann’, The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 63 (1933)

Fred Heatley, ‘The women revivalists’ in Feis na nGleann... (2005)

F. X. Martin, ‘Eoin MacNeill (1867–1945): Glensman, language revivalist and state builder’ in Feis na nGleann... (2005)

Brian Mac Lochlainn, ‘Gaedhilg Aondroma’ in Feis na nGleann... (2005)

Jack Magee, ‘Brothers in arts: Joseph and John Campbell and the first Glens Feis’ in Feis na nGleann... (2005)

Margaret E. Dobbs, ‘Extract from Miss Dobbs' memoirs of Feis na nGleann’ in Feis na nGleann... (2005)

Diarmaid Ó Doibhlin, ‘Womenfolk of the Glens of Antrim and the Irish language’ in Feis na nGleann... (2005)

Jack McCann, ‘Margaret Dobbs: Glenswoman, scholar and Irish language enthusiast (1871–1962)’ in Feis na nGleann... (2005)

Eamon Phoenix (ed.) • Pádraic Ó Cléireacháin (ed.) • Eileen McAuley (ed.) • Nuala McSparran (ed.), Feis na nGleann: a century of Gaelic culture in the Antrim Glens (2005)

Margaret E. Dobbs, ‘The site Carrickabraghy’, Ulster Journal of Archaeology 10 (1947)

Margaret E. Dobbs • H. T. Knox, ‘Bronze-Age history in Ireland’, The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 44 (1914)

Margaret E. Dobbs, ‘The name Dalaraidia’, Ulster Journal of Archaeology 13 (1950)

Margaret E. Dobbs, ‘The territory and people of Tethba [continued]’, The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 72 (1942)

Margaret E. Dobbs, ‘The battle of Corann’, Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society 23 (1949)

Margaret E. Dobbs, ‘Dún Eogain Bél’, Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society 23 (1948)

Margaret E. Dobbs, ‘Lough Neagh’, Ulster Journal of Archaeology 19 (1956)

Margaret E. Dobbs, ‘The Ui Dercco Céin’, Ulster Journal of Archaeology 2 (1939)

Margaret E. Dobbs, ‘The date and shaping of Oidhe Chlainne Lir’, The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 79 (1949)

Margaret E. Dobbs, ‘Who was Lugaid Mac Con’, The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 60 (1930)

Margaret E. Dobbs, ‘The pedigree of the Eoganacht of Cashel’, The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 47 (1917)

Margaret E. Dobbs, ‘Some ancient place-names’, The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 56 (1926)

Margaret E. Dobbs, ‘The origin of the surname ‘Mulholland’’, Ulster Journal of Archaeology 1 (1938)

Margaret E. Dobbs, ‘A burial custom of the Iron Age, and a suggested explanation’, The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 43 (1913)

Margaret E. Dobbs, ‘The spiral and the Tuatha de Danann’, The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 42 (1912)

Margaret E. Dobbs, ‘The Domnaind’, The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 46 (1916)

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