Breeze (Andrew)

  • (agents)
Breeze, Andrew, “The Four branches of the Mabinogi and Hywel ap Owain Gwynedd (d. 1170)”, in: Dónall Ó Baoill, Donncha Ó hAodha, and Nollaig Ó Muraíle (eds), Saltair saíochta, sanasaíochta agus seanchais: A festschrift for Gearóid Mac Eoin, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2013. 17–24.
Breeze, Andrew, “Spurs, horse-armour, and the date of Owein”, in: Cathinka Hambro, and Lars Ivar Widerøe (eds), Lochlann: Festskrift til Jan Erik Rekdal på 60-årsdagen / Aistí in ómós do Jan Erik Rekdal ar a 60ú lá breithe, Oslo: Hermes Academic, 2013. 105–110.
Breeze, Andrew, “'Pen Ren Wleth' (BT 34.1) and Gourock, Scotland”, Studia Celtica 46 (2012): 191–194.
Breeze, Andrew, “Orosius, the Book of Taliesin and Culhwch and Olwen”, Studia Celtica 45 (2011): 203–209.
Breeze, Andrew, “Bede’s castella: homesteads or castles”, Quaestio Insularis 11 (2010): 209–214.
Breeze, Andrew, The origins of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, Leominster: Gracewing, 2009. xiii + 155 pp.
Breeze, Andrew, “The date and politics of ‘The song of the Welsh’”, The Antiquaries Journal 88 (September, 2008): 190–197.  
The Latin war-poem ‘The Song of the Welsh’ poses problems of dating and origin, as also does the identity of a mysterious ‘Broinsius’ mentioned in it. Yet the last seems to be the fifth-century British hero Ambrosius Aurelianus; while the influence of bardic verse on the poem suggests it is not from thirteenth-century England, but from a Welsh school (perhaps located at St Davids) of similar date.
Breeze, Andrew, “Cruxes in ‘The saints and martyrs of Christendom’”, Studia Celtica 42 (2008): 149–153.
Breeze, Andrew, “Who was Siôn Cent’s Firain?”, Studia Celtica 42 (2008): 153–154.
Breeze, Andrew, “Ptolemy’s Cenio and the Fal Estuary, Cornwall”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 56 (2008): 116–118.
Breeze, Andrew, “The Old Cornish gloss on Boethius”, Notes and Queries 54:4 (2007): 367–368.
Breeze, Andrew, “Cornish toponyms: Crim Rocks, Darite, Perranuthnoe, Port Isaac, and Treverva”, Celtica 25 (2007): 1–8.
Breeze, Andrew, “Ptolemy’s Gangani and sacred geese.”, Studia Celtica 40 (2006): 43–50.
Breeze, Andrew, “Mael Suthain and a charter of King Eadwig”, Notes and Queries 53:1 (2006): 23–24.
Breeze, Andrew, “Cyntefin ceinaf amser and Horace”, Studia Celtica 39 (2005): 193–199.
Breeze, Andrew, “Celtic symptoms in De abbatibus and Altercatio magistri et discipuli”, The Journal of Medieval Latin 15 (2005): 148–152.
Breeze, Andrew, “Portus Adurni and Portchester, Hampshire”, Studia Celtica 38 (2004): 180–184.
Breeze, Andrew, “Morville in Shropshire and Myfyr in Gwynedd”, Journal of Celtic Studies 4 (2004): 201–203.
Breeze, Andrew, “Peredur son of Efrawg and windmills”, Celtica 24 (2003): 58–64.
Breeze, Andrew, “Elaphus the Briton, St Germanus, and Bede”, The Journal of Theological Studies NS 53:2 (October, 2002): 554–557.
Breeze, Andrew, “Morris Kyffin and Ovid’s Epistulae ex Ponto”, Studia Celtica 36 (2002): 153–155.
Breeze, Andrew, “Is Ravenna’s Lavobrinta the River Severn?”, Studia Celtica 36 (2002): 152–153.
Breeze, Andrew, “Seven types of Celtic loanword”, in: Markku Filppula, Juhani Klemola, and Heli Pitkänen (eds), The Celtic roots of English, 37, Joensuu: University of Joensuu, 2002. 175–182.
Breeze, Andrew, “Seventh-century Northumbria and a poem to Cadwallon”, Northern History 38 (2001): 145–152.
Breeze, Andrew, and William Tobin, “The great comet of 1744 and a poem by Alexander MacDonald on the pretender”, Éigse 32 (2000): 135–137.


No published sources recorded. Try related subjects (if any) instead.
The following does not refer to the present page, but to the data record for the currently selected query subject. It is not yet accessible on its own.