Revue Celtique 35 (1914)

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Revue Celtique 35 (1914).

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Revue Celtique, volume 35
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Thibault (E.) Notes sur le parler breton de Cléguérec (Morbihan) 1–28, 169–192, 431–440
Fraser (John) The breaking of ē in Scotch Gaelic 29–39
Parry-Williams (T. H.) Some points of similarity in the phonology of Welsh and Breton 40–84, 317–356
Vendryes (Joseph) Étymologies 85–91
Ernault (Émile) Notes sur les textes d'Ivonet Omnes 129–142
Loth (Joseph) Questions de grammaire et de linguistique brittonique 143–164, 450–467
Meillet (A.) Sur les présents irlandais du type guidim 165–168
Taylor (Thomas) The monastery bishoprics of Cornwall 193–202
Vendryes (Joseph) L’aventure de Maelsuthain 203–211
Vendryes (Joseph) Un rapprochement celto-ombrien 212–214
Loth (Joseph) Cornoviana 215–216
Vendryes (Joseph) Nécrologie: P. W. Joyce 267–268
Loth (Joseph) La vie la plus ancienne de saint Samson de Dol 269–300
Taylor (Thomas) Evolution of the diocesan bishopric from the monastery bishoprics of Cornall 301–316
Vendryes (Joseph) L’épisode du chien ressuscité dans l’hagiographie irlandaise 357–360
Fraser (John) Accent and Svarabhakti in a dialect of Scotch Gaelic 401–409
Reinach (Adolphe) A propos de la coiffure des Gaulois et des Germains 410–414
Gougaud (Louis) Répertoire des fac-similés des manuscrits irlandais 415–430
Loth (Joseph) Notes étymologiques et lexicographiques 441–449
Loth (Joseph) L, R, M, N en initiale et en construction syntactique dans le breton de l’Île Molènes (Finistère) 468–470
Ernault (Émile) Sur quelques textes franco-bretons 471–505
Ernault (Émile) Le mirouer de la mort 506–513
Anonymous Nécrologie: J. Déchelette 528
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