Welsh

Celtic Sociolinguistics Symposium IV & 4th Poznań Conference of Celtic Studies 2022

A forum for high quality papers on a variety of aspects of Celtic Studies, including histories of the Celtic regions, Welsh / Irish / Scottish Gaelic / Manx / Cornish / Breton literatures, Celtic folklore, archaeology, teaching of Celtic languages, and cultures of the Celtic countries.

The Mabinogi & Other Medieval Welsh Tales (2019)

The four stories that make up the Mabinogi, along with three additional tales from the same tradition, form this collection and compose the core of the ancient Welsh mythological cycle.

Medieval Wales c.1050–1332: Centuries of Ambiguity (2019)

Drawing on the latest research on Wales during the eleventh to fourteenth centuries, this book re-examines the commonly held view that the Edwardian conquest brought hardship and nothing else to the people of Wales.

Wales & the Britons, 350-1064 (2014)

Provides a detailed history of Wales in the period in which it was created out of the remnants of Roman Britain, including the history of the other Britons when it helps to illuminate the history of what we now know as Wales.

The Mabinogion (2008)

Celtic mythology, Arthurian romance, and an intriguing interpretation of British history--these are just some of the themes embraced by the anonymous authors of the eleven tales that make up the Welsh medieval masterpiece known as the Mabinogion.

The Welsh Wars of Independence: 410-1415 (2007)

This study analyzes the wars of Welsh independence that encompass centuries of raids, expeditions, battles, and sieges.

The Journey Through Wales & the Description of Wales (1978)

Scholar, churchman, diplomat and theologian, Gerald of Wales was one of the most fascinating figures of the Middle Ages and The Journey Through Wales describes his eventful tour of the country as a missionary in 1188.

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