Manuscripts
Manuscript:
Oxford, Jesus College, MS 111 = Red Book of Hergest (Llyfr Coch Hergest)
  • s. xiv-xv
Fulton, Helen, “The geography of Welsh literary production in late medieval Glamorgan”, Journal of Medieval History 41:3 (2015): 325–340.
McKenna, Catherine, “‘What dreams may come must give us pause’: Breudwyt Ronabwy and the Red Book of Hergest”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 58 (Winter, 2009): 69–99.
Thomas, Peter Wynn [ed.], D. Mark Smith, and Diana Luft [transcribers and encoders] (et al.), Welsh prose (Rhyddiaith Gymraeg) 1350–1425, Online: Cardiff University. URL: <http://www.rhyddiaithganoloesol.caerdydd.ac.uk>.
“Oxford Jesus College MS. 111 (The Red Book of Hergest)”
Jenkins, Manon Bonner, “Aspects of the Welsh prophetic verse tradition in the Middle Ages: incorporating textual studies of poetry from ‘Llyfr Coch Hergest’ (Oxford, Jesus College, MS cxi) and ‘Y Cwta Cyfarwydd’ (Aberystwyth, National Library of Wales, MS Peniarth 50)”, unpublished Ph.D. thesis: University of Cambridge, 1990.
Charles-Edwards, Gifford, “The scribes of the Red Book of Hergest”, National Library of Wales Journal 21:3 (Haf, 1980): 246–256.
Welsh Journals Online: <link>
Jones, G. Peredur, “Some Scandinavian elements in the Red Book of Hergest triads”, Revue Celtique 43 (1926): 174–177.
Lewis, Henry, Chwedleu seith doethon Rufein: o Lyfr Coch Hergest, Wrexham: Hughes a'i fab, 1925.
Evans, J. Gwenogvryn, The poetry in the Red Book of Hergest, Llanbedrog, 1911.
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Results for Oxford, Jesus College, MS 111 (1)
  • s. xiv-xv
  • Anonymous [scribe I of Llyfr Coch Hergest], Hywel Fychan ap Hywel Goch, Anonymous [scribe of Llyfr Teg]