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Sims-Williams, Patrick, “John Rhys and the Insular inscriptions”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 77 (2019): 47–64.
Lewin, Christopher, “John Rhys: a pioneer in the study of Manx”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 77 (2019): 65–95.
Falileyev, Alexander, “‘Professore Giovanni Rhys’ and some of his ‘Gleanings in the Italian field of Celtic epigraphy’”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 77 (2019): 97–110.
Rodway, Simon, “New light on Rhys’s lectures on Welsh philology”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 77 (2019): 3–16.
Davies, Elgan Philip, “The Sir John Rhys bequest to Aberystwyth University”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 77 (2019): 111–116.
Russell, Paul, “Networks of letters: correspondence between Rhys, Stokes, and Bradshaw”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 77 (2019): 17–31.
Charles-Edwards, T. M., “John Rhys and the Jesus Chair of Celtic at Oxford”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 77 (2019): 33–45.
Stephenson, David, “Events at Nefyn, c. 1200: the plundering of King John’s Irish hounds and hawks”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 75 (2018): 39–43.
OʼLoughlin, Thomas, “Reading Muirchú’s Life of St Patrick as a ‘sacred narration’”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 76 (2018): 35–51.
Guy, Ben, “The Life of St Dyfrig and the lost charters of Moccas (Mochros), Herefordshire”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 75 (2018): 1–37.
Yeurc'h, Bertrand, “Poher and Cornouaille in the ninth and tenth centuries”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 76 (2018): 53–87.
Arbuthnot, Sharon J., “On some Irish words for birds and insects: revisiting the eDIL entries on gaillén and certán”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 76 (2018): 89–101.
Uhlich, Jürgen, “The poems of Blathmac”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 75 (2018): 53–77.
Plass, Stephanie, “The scholar and the archbishop: new evidence for dating Gerald of Wales’s letter to Stephen Langton”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 75 (2018): 45–52.
Sims-Williams, Patrick, “Indices to CMCS, 1–75 (1981–2018)”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 76 (2018): 1–34.
Lewis, Barry J., “A possible provenance for the Old Cornish vocabulary”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 73 (2017): 1–14.
Sims-Williams, Patrick, “The kings of Morgannwg and Gwent in Asser’s Life of King Alfred”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 74 (2017): 67–81.
Egeler, Matthias, “Recent work on ‘Celtic religion’”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 74 (2017): 83–91.
Padel, O. J., “Where was Middle Cornish spoken?”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 74 (2017): 1–31.
Falileyev, Alexander, “Welsh equivalents to the Irish fían? Some further considerations on juvenile delinquency in medieval Wales”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 73 (2017): 31–59.
Löffler, Marion, “Famous first words: ‘Never in my life will I master Gaelic’ — Kuno Meyer in his diaries and correspondence”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 74 (2017): 33–39.
Haycock, Marged, and Patrick Sims-Williams, “Welsh vch ‘fox’? in the Book of Taliesin”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 73 (2017): 21–30.
Coates, Richard, “Welsh Lloegr ‘England’”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 74 (2017): 41–45.
Carey, John, “The miracle of St Patrick’s cup”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 73 (2017): 15–20.
Rodway, Simon, “Affectionate cannibalism and the blood drinking motif in Gaelic literature”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 74 (2017): 47–65.
Peters, Cherie N., “Translating food shortages in the Irish chronicles, AD 500–1170”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 71 (Summer, 2016): 29–58.
Stephenson, David, “In search of a Welsh chronicler: the Annales Cambriae B-text for 1204–30”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 72 (Winter, 2016): 73–85.
Poppe, Erich, “How to achieve an optimal textual fit in Middle Welsh clauses”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 71 (Summer, 2016): 59–70.
Poppe, Erich, “The theme of counsel in Ystoria Gereint uab Erbin”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 72 (Winter, 2016): 87–96.
Pryce, Huw, “Medieval Welsh history in the Victorian Age”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 71 (Summer, 2016): 1–28.
De Bernardo Stempel, Patrizia, “A reassessment of Fingal Rónáin: theatrical plot and classical origins”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 72 (Winter, 2016): 33–71.
Wadden, Patrick, “The Frankish Table of Nations in Insular historiography”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 72 (Winter, 2016): 1–31.
Eska, Charlene M., “On the swearing of oaths in cemeteries”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 71 (Summer, 2016): 51–67.
Breatnach, Liam, “Forms of payment in the early Irish law tracts”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 68 (Winter, 2014): 1–20.
Keynes, Simon, “H. M. Chadwick and Anglo-Saxon England”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 69–70 (2014): 111–141.
Lapidge, Michael [ed.], “Appendices”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 69–70 (2014): 231–278.
OʼHogan, Cillian, “Reading Lucan with scholia in medieval Ireland: In cath catharda and its sources”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 68 (Winter, 2014): 21–49.
Naismith, Rory, “H. M. Chadwick and the Anglo-Saxon monetary system”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 69–70 (2014): 143–156.
Miller, Jimmy P., “The feminization of the early Irish hero”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 67 (Summer, 2014): 1–31.
Lapidge, Michael, “Introduction: the study of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic in Cambridge, 1878–1999”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 69–70 (2014): 1–58.
Hemming, Jessica, “‘I could love a man with those three colours’: gazing and the tricoloured beloved”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 68 (Winter, 2014): 51–67.
Padel, Oliver, “Celtic, Pictish and Germanic onomastics in the work of H. M. Chadwick”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 69–70 (2014): 157–170.
Sims-Williams, Patrick, “Powys and early Welsh poetry”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 67 (Summer, 2014): 33–54.
Lapidge, Michael, “Hector Munro Chadwick”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 69–70 (2014): 58–82.
Sims-Williams, Patrick, “H. M. Chadwick and early Wales”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 69–70 (2014): 171–182.
Poppe, Erich, “How to achieve an optimal textual fit in Middle Welsh clauses”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 68 (Winter, 2014): 69–100.
Matheson, Anna, “Itinerant drúith and the mark of Cain in O’Davoren’s glossary”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 67 (Summer, 2014): 55–71.
Dance, Richard, “H. M. Chadwick and Old English philology”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 69–70 (2014): 83–97.
Ní Mhaonaigh, Máire, “The growth of literature: the Celtic dimension”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 69–70 (2014): 183–197.
OʼBrien, Conor, “Exegesis as argument: the use of Ephesians 2,14 in Cummian’s De controversia Paschali”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 67 (Summer, 2014): 73–81.
Clunies Ross, Margaret, “H. M. Chadwick and The cult of Othin”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 69–70 (2014): 98–110.
Henderson, Isabel, “Letters to a pupil: correspondence from Nora K. Chadwick to Isabel B. Henderson (née Murray), 1955–1967”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 69–70 (2014): 215–229.
OʼConnor, Ralph, “Compilation as creative artistry: a reassessment of ‘narrative inconsistency’ in Togail bruidne Da Derga”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 65 (2013): 1–48.
Follett, Westley, “The veneration of St Michael at Tallaght: the evidence of Archangelum mirum magnum”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 66 (Winter, 2013): 37–56.
Arbuthnot, Sharon J., “Only fools and horses: dá n-ó bill and dá n-ó pill in medieval Irish texts”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 65 (2013): 49–56.
Evans, Nicholas, “Circin and Mag Gerginn: Pictish territories in Irish and Scottish sources”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 66 (2013): 1–36.
Roberts, Richard Glyn, “The functions and distribution of pei and bei in early Middle Welsh”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 65 (2013): 57–90.
Stephenson, David, “Crisis and continuity in a fourteenth-century Welsh lordship: the struggle for Powys, 1312–32”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 66 (2013): 57–78.
Carey, John, “Druids and Buddhists in Ogygia”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 66 (2013): 79–85.
Smith, G. Rex, “On the extent of the Lordship of Chirk, 1332”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 63 (Summer, 2012): 91–100.
Sims-Williams, Patrick, “Celtic civilization: continuity or coincidence?”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 64 (Winter, 2012): 1–45.
Russell, Paul, “The englyn to St Padarn revisited”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 63 (Summer, 2012): 1–14.
Bisagni, Jacopo, “Leprechaun: a new etymology”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 64 (Winter, 2012): 47–84.
Clarke, Michael, “The lore of the monstrous races in the developing text of the Irish Sex aetates mundi”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 63 (Summer, 2012): 15–50.
Falileyev, Alexander, “Why Jews? Why ‘Caer Seon’? Towards interpretations of Ymddiddan Taliesin ac Ugnach?”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 64 (Winter, 2012): 85–118.
Rowland, Jenny, “The maiming of horses in Branwen”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 63 (Summer, 2012): 51–70.
Ivanov, Sergey, “On the later development of the legend of portents at Christ’s birth”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 63 (Summer, 2012): 71–90.
OʼSullivan, Caroline, “The Corpus Martianus Capella: continental gloss traditions on De nuptiis in Wales and Anglo-Saxon England”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 62 (Winter, 2011): 33–56.
Toorians, Lauran, “Reclusive blackbirds and a scholarly ‘White Fuller’. Two notes on Irish ‘Nature Poetry’”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 61 (Summer, 2011): 87–90.
Jacobs, Nicolas, “Geufel: an unidentified plant in the Red Book Gorwynion”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 62 (Winter, 2011): 81–88.
Williams, Mark, “Lady Vengeance: a reading of Sín in Aided Muirchertaig meic Erca”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 62 (Winter, 2011): 1–32.
Hutton, Ronald, “Medieval Welsh literature and pre-Christian deities”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 61 (Summer, 2011): 57–86.
Brett, Caroline, “Soldiers, saints, and states? The Breton migrations revisited”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 61 (Summer, 2011): 1–56.
Luft, Diana, “The meaning of mabinogi”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 62 (Winter, 2011): 57–80.
Bray, Dorothy Ann, “Ireland's other Apostle: Cogitosus' St Brigit”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 59 (Summer, 2010): 55–70.
Sims-Williams, Patrick, “Shrewsbury School MS 7 and the Breton lays”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 60 (Winter, 2010): 39–80.
Lewis, Barry J., “Celtic ecocriticism”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 59 (Summer, 2010): 71–82.
Smith, G. Rex, “The manor of Aberffraw, 1284–1339”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 60 (Winter, 2010): 81–92.
Boyle, Elizabeth, “Eschatological justice in Scéla laí brátha”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 59 (Summer, 2010): 39–54.
Rodway, Simon, “Mermaids, leprechauns, and Fomorians: a Middle Irish account of the descendants of Cain”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 59 (Summer, 2010): 1–17.
Moran, Pádraic, “Hebrew in early Irish glossaries”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 60 (Winter, 2010): 1–22.
Arbuthnot, Sharon, “Obscurities in Dúil Dromma Cetta: insights into a lost exemplar and form-oriented scribing”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 59 (Summer, 2010): 19–37.
Stephenson, David, “Gerald of Wales and Annales Cambriae”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 60 (Winter, 2010): 23–38.
Breatnach, Liam, “Reviews, reviewers, and critical texts: a brief final response”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 57 (Summer, 2009): 71–73.
Smith, G. Rex, “The Penmachno Letter Patent and the Welsh Uprising of 1294–95”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 58 (Winter, 2009): 49–67.
Murray, Kevin, “Reviews, reviewers, and critical texts”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 57 (Summer, 2009): 51–70.
Blom, Alderik H., “The Welsh glosses in the Vocabularium Cornicum”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 57 (Summer, 2009): 23–40.
Stephenson, David, “Mawl Hywel ap Goronwy: dating and context”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 57 (Summer, 2009): 41–49.
“The European Reference Index for the Humanities (ERIH) [Editorial]”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 58 (Winter, 2009): 1–8.
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.
Toner, Gregory, “‘Messe ocus Pangur Bán’: structure and cosmology”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 57 (Summer, 2009): 1–22.
Stancliffe, Clare, “Creator and Creation: a preliminary investigaton of early Irish views and their relationship to biblical and patristic tradition”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 58 (Winter, 2009): 9–27.
Uhlich, Jürgen, “Reviews, reviewers, and critical texts: a brief final response”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 57 (Summer, 2009): 75–79.
Turner, Peter, “Identity in Gildas's De excidio et conquestu Britanniae”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 58 (Winter, 2009): 29–48.
Howlett, David, “Insular inscriptions and the problem of coincidence: a reply”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 56 (Winter, 2008): 75–96.
Johnston, Dafydd, “Semantic ambiguity in Dafydd ap Gwilym’s ‘Trafferth mewn Tafarn’”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 56 (Winter, 2008): 59–74.
Stephenson, David, “Welsh chronicles’ accounts of the mid-twelfth century”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 56 (Winter, 2008): 45–57.
Rodway, Simon, “‘Gaulish’ megaliths in Ireland? Gall in Sanas Cormaic”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 55 (Summer, 2008): 41–50.
Green, Thomas, “The British kingdom of Lindsey”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 56 (Winter, 2008): 1–43.
Jacobs, Nicolas, “Animadversions on bastardy in the Red Book of Hergest: Early Welsh gnomic poems IV.6”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 55 (Summer, 2008): 51–59.

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