Bibliography

John
Rhŷs
b. 1840–d. 1915

27 publications between 1865 and 1914 indexed
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Works authored

Morris-Jones, John, and John Rhŷs, The Elucidarium and other tracts in Welsh from Llyvyr agkyr Llandewivrevi A.D. 1346 (Jesus college ms. 119), Anecdota Oxoniensia, Mediaeval and Modern Series 6, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1894.
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Evans, J. Gwenogvryn, and John Rhys, The text of the Book of Llan Dâv, Series of Old Welsh Texts 4, Oxford: Evans, 1893.
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Rhys, John, Lectures on the origin and growth of religion as illustrated by Celtic heathendom [The Hibbert Lectures 1886], 2nd ed. (1888), London, Edinburgh: Williams and Norgate, 1892.
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Rhŷs, John, and J. Gwenogvryn Evans, The text of the Bruts from the Red Book of Hergest, Series of Old Welsh Texts 2, Oxford: Evans, 1890.
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Rhys, John, Lectures on the origin and growth of religion as illustrated by Celtic heathendom [The Hibbert Lectures 1886], 1st ed., London, Edinburgh: Williams and Norgate, 1888.
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Rhŷs, John, and J. Gwenogvryn Evans, The text of the Mabinogion and other Welsh tales from the Red Book Of Hergest, Series of Old Welsh Texts 1, Oxford: Evans, 1887.
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Contributions to journals

Rhŷs, John, “The Celtic inscriptions of Cisalpine Gaul”, Proceedings of the British Academy 6 (1913–1914): 23–112.
Rhŷs, John, “Gleanings in the Italian field of Celtic epigraphy”, Proceedings of the British Academy 6 (1913–1914): 315–370.
Rhŷs, John, “The Celtic inscriptions of Gaul: additions and corrections”, Proceedings of the British Academy 5 (1911–1912): 261–360.
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Rhŷs, John, “The Coligny calendar”, Proceedings of the British Academy 4 (1909–1910): 207–318.
Rhŷs, John, “Celtae and Galli”, Proceedings of the British Academy 2 (1905–1906): 71–134.
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Rhŷs, John, “The Celtic inscriptions of France and Italy”, Proceedings of the British Academy 2 (1905–1906): 273–373.
Rhŷs, John, “Studies in early Irish history”, Proceedings of the British Academy 1 (1903–1904): 21–80.
Rhŷs, John, “Note on Guriat”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 1 (1897): 52–53.
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Rhys, John, “The Celts and the other Aryans of the p and q groups”, Transactions of the Philological Society 22 (1891–94, 1894): 104–131.
Rhys, John, “The Luxembourg fragment”, Revue Celtique 13 (1892): 248–251.
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Rhys, John, “Mélanges: A note on some of the words for flax”, Revue Celtique 7 (1886): 241–244.
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Rhys, John, “Notes on the language of old Welsh poetry”, Revue Celtique 6 (1883–1885): 14–61.
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Rhys, John, “Mélanges: Corrigenda et addenda”, Revue Celtique 3 (1876–1878): 86–89, 512.
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Rhŷs, John, “On Celtic”, Transactions of the Philological Society 16 (1875–6, 1877): 133–136.
Rhys, John, “Etymological scraps”, Revue Celtique 2 (1873–1875): 188–196.
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Rhys, John, “Mélanges: Etymological scraps”, Revue Celtique 2 (1873–1875): 115–119.
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Rhys, John, “The loss of Indo-Européan p in the Celtic languages”, Revue Celtique 2 (1873–1875): 321–340.
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Rhys, John, “Mélanges: Supplementary remarks on the Luxembourg folio”, Revue Celtique 2 (1873–1875): 119–120.
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Rhys, John, “The Luxembourg folio”, Revue Celtique 1 (1870–1872): 346–375, 503–504.
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Rhŷs, John, “The passive verbs of the Latin and the Keltic languages”, Transactions of the Philological Society 10 (1865 [issued 1866]): 293–306.

Contributions to edited collections or authored works

Rhys, John, “Three ancient inscriptions (from Wales)”, in: Bergin, Osborn, and Carl Marstrander (eds.), Miscellany presented to Kuno Meyer, Halle: Max Niemeyer Verlag, 1912. 227–240.
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About the author

Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 77 – Sir John Rhys (1840–1915) (Summer, 2019), Aberystwyth: CMCS Publications.
Lewin, Christopher, “John Rhys: a pioneer in the study of Manx”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 77 (2019): 65–95.
Russell, Paul, “Networks of letters: correspondence between Rhys, Stokes, and Bradshaw”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 77 (2019): 17–31.
Broderick, George, “Prof. Sir John Rhŷs in the Isle of Man (1886–1893): dictionary”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 66 (2019): 15–74.
Hunter, Jerry, “Dead pigs, place names, and Sir John Rhys: reconsidering the onomastic elements of Kulhwch ac Olwen”, Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium 11 (1991): 27–36.
Morris-Jones, John, “Sir John Rhŷs [Sir John Rhŷs Memorial Lecture]”, Proceedings of the British Academy 11 (1924–1925): 187–212.