The Welsh King and His Court (Cardiff, 2000)


Contents

D. Jenkins, ‘Excursus: The Lawbooks and their Relation’, 10-14.

D. Jenkins, ‘Proglomena to the Welsh Laws of Court’, 15-28.

R. C. Stacey, ‘King, Queen and Edling in the Laws of Court’, 29-62.

A. D. Carr, ‘Teulu and Penteulu’, 63-81.

H. Pryce, ‘The Household Priest (Offeiriad Teulu)’, 82-93.

J. B. Smith, ‘Ynad Llys, Brawdwr Llys, Iudex Curie’, 94-115.

M. E. Owen, ‘Medics and Medicine’, 116-141.

D. Jenkins, ‘Bardd Teulu and Pencerdd’, 142-166.

P. Lynch, ‘Court Poetry, Power and Politics’, 167-190.

T. M. Charles-Edwards and N. A. Jones, ‘Breintiau Gwŷr Powys: The Liberties of the Men of Powys’, 191-223.

M. E. Owen, ‘Royal Propaganda: Stories from the Law-Texts’, 224-254.

D. Jenkins, ‘Hawk and Hound: Hunting in the Laws of Court’, 255-280.

P. Russell, ‘Swydd, Swyddog, Swyddwr: Office, Officer and Official’, 281-295.

G. R. J. Jones, ‘Llys and Maerdref’, 296-318.

T. M. Charles-Edwards, ‘Food, Drink and Clothing in the Laws of Court’, 319-337.

R. C. Stacey, ‘Clothes Talk from Medieval Wales’, 338-346.

M. Phillips, ‘Defod a Moes y Llys’, 347-361.

Máire Ní Mhaonaigh, ‘Nósa Ua Maine: Fact or Fiction?’, 362-381.

D. B. Walters, ‘Comparative Aspects of the Tractates on the Laws of Court’, 382-399.

D. Stephenson, ‘The Laws of Court: Past Reality or Present Ideal?’, 400-414.

D. Huws, ‘Descriptions of the Welsh Manuscripts’, 415-424.

M. E. Owen, ‘The Laws of Court from Cyfnerth’, 425-477.

P. Russell, ‘The Laws of Court from Latin B’, 478-526.

P. Russell, ‘Nósa Ua Maine: The Customs of the Uí Mhaine’, 527-551.

P. Russell, ‘Canu i Swyddogion Llys y Brenin’, 552-560.


      




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