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18 publications between 1983 and 2017 indexed
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Works authored

Haycock, Marged [ed. and tr.], Legendary poems from the Book of Taliesin, Aberystwyth: CMCS Publications, 2007.
Haycock, Marged, Blodeugerdd barddas o ganu crefyddol cynnar, Felindre, Abertawe (Swansea): Cyhoeddiadau Barddas, 1994.


Haycock, Marged, “Llyfr Taliesin: astudiaethau ar rai agweddau”, Ph.D. dissertation: University of Wales, 1983.

Works edited

Daniel, R. Iestyn, Jenny Rowland, Dafydd Johnston, and Marged Haycock (eds), Cyfoeth y testun: ysgrifau ar lenyddiaeth Gymraeg yr Oesoedd Canol, Cardiff: University Press of Wales, 2003.

Contributions to journals

Haycock, Marged, and Patrick Sims-Williams, “Welsh vch ‘fox’? in the Book of Taliesin”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 73 (2017): 21–30.
Haycock, Marged, “Marwnad Owain ab Urien”, Ysgrifau beirniadol 31 (2011): 33–48.
Haycock, Marged, “Nekrolog: Rachel Sheldon Bromwich: 30.07.1915–15.12.2010”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 58 (2011): 1–4.
Haycock, Marged, “Taliesin’s questions”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 33 (Summer, 1997): 19–80.
Haycock, Marged, “Llyfr Taliesin”, National Library of Wales Journal 25 (1987–1988): 357–386.
Haycock, Marged, “‘Some talk of Alexander and some of Hercules’: three early medieval poems from the Book of Taliesin”, Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies 13 (Summer, 1987): 7–38.

Contributions to edited collections or authored works

Haycock, Marged, “Living with war: poets and the Welsh experience c.600–1300”, in: Rekdal, Jan Erik, and Charles Doherty (eds), Kings and warriors in early north-west Europe, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2016. 24–87.
Haycock, Marged, “Medieval Welsh texts today and tomorrow”, in: Breatnach, Liam, Ruairí Ó hUiginn, Damian McManus, and Katharine Simms (eds), Proceedings of the XIV International Congress of Celtic Studies, held in Maynooth University, 1–5 August 2011, Dublin: School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 2015. 95–108.
Haycock, Marged, “Early Welsh poets look north [2nd Anderson Memorial Lecture]”, 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. 9–39.
John K. Bollard, Marged Haycock, “The Welsh sources pertaining to the battle”, in: Michael Livingston, The battle of Brunanburh: a casebook (2011).
Haycock, Marged, “Sy abl fodd, Sibli fain: sibyl in medieval Wales”, 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. 115–130.
Haycock, Marged, “Taliesin’s ‘Lesser song of the world’”, in: Jones, Tegwyn, and E. B. Fryde (eds), Ysgrifau a cherddi cyflwynedig i Daniel Huws: Essays and poems presented to Daniel Huws, Aberystwyth: National Library of Wales, 1994. 229–250.
Haycock, Marged, “Probleme der frühmittelalterlichen kymrischen Metrik”, in: Tristram, Hildegard L. C. [ed.], Metrik und Medienwechsel / Metrics and media, ScriptOralia 35, Tübingen: Narr, 1991. 155–171.
Haycock, Marged, “The significance of the ‘Cad Goddau’ tree list in the Book of Taliesin”, in: Ball, Martin J., James Fife, Erich Poppe, and Jenny Rowland (eds.), Celtic linguistics / Ieithyddiaeth Geltaidd: readings in the Brythonic languages. Festschrift for T. Arwyn Watkins, Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science 4.68, Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, Amsterdam: Benjamins, 1990. 297–331.