Main bibliography


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Andrews, Rh. M., ‘The Nomenclature of Kingship in Welsh Court Poetry 1100–1300. Part I: The Terms’, Studia Celtica 44 (2010), 79–109.

Bieler, L., ‘Towards an Interpretation of the So-Called “Canones Wallici”’, in J. A. Watt, J. B. Morrall and F. X. Martin (eds.), Medieval Studies Presented to A. Gwynn (Dublin, 1961), 387–92.

Bieler, L., 'The Irish Penitentials', Scriptores Latini Hiberniae 5 (1963).

Binchy, D. A., ‘Some Celtic Legal Terms’, Celtica 3 (1956), 221–31.

Binchy, D. A., Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Kingship: The O’Donnell Lectures for 1967–8 (London, 1970).

Binchy, D. A., ‘The Linguistic and Historical Value of the Irish Law Tracts’, in Celtic Law Papers (Brussels, 1973), 71–107.
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Binchy, D. A., ‘Linguistic and Legal Archaisms in the Celtic Law-Books’, in Celtic Law Papers (Brussels, 1973), 109–20.
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Brand, P., ‘An English Legal Historian Looks at the Statute of Wales’, in T. G. Watkin (ed.), Y Cyfraniad Cymreig: Welsh Contributions to Legal Development (Welsh Legal History Society, Cardiff, 2005), 20–56.

Brynmor-Jones, D., ‘The Brehon Laws and their Relation to the Ancient Welsh Institutes’, Transactions of the Honourable Society of the Cymmrodorion (1904), 7–36.

Brynmor-Jones, D., The Study of the Welsh Laws (Dolgellau, 1889).

Brynmor-Jones, D., ‘The Criminal Law of Medieval Wales’, South Wales University Magazine (1890).

Brynmor-Jones, D., 'Foreign Elements in Welsh Law', Transactions of the Honourable Society of the Cymmrodorion (1916–17) 1–51.

Brynmor-Jones, D., and Rhys, J., The Welsh People (London, 1900).

Burdett-Jones, M. T., ‘A Note on a Welsh Legal Manuscript, British Library, Cotton Caligula Aiii’, National Library of Wales Journal 25 (1988), 249–51.

Carpenter, D., 'Confederation not Domination: Welsh Political Culture in the Age of Gwynedd Imperialism', in Wales and the Welsh in the Middle Ages: Essays Presented to J Beverley Smith ed. R. A Griffiths and P. R. Schofield (Cardiff, 2011), 70-88.

Carr, A. D., ‘Teulu and Penteulu’, in The Welsh King and His Court (Cardiff, 2000), 63–81.

Carr, A. D., and D. Jenkins, Trem Ar Gyfraith Hywel (Hendy Gwyn ar Daf, 1985).

Charles-Edwards, G., ‘The Scribes of the Red Book of Hergest’, National Library of Wales Journal 21 (1979–80), 246–56.

Charles-Edwards, G., and T. M. Charles-Edwards, ‘The continuation of ‘Brut y Tywysogion’ in Peniarth MS. 20’, in T. Jones ac E. B. Fryde (ed.), Ysgrifau a Cherddi Cyflwynedig i Daniel Huws (Aberstwyth, 1994), 293–305.

Charles-Edwards, T. M., Edryd, edryf, edfryd, edrydd, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 23 (1968–70), 117–20.

Charles-Edwards, T. M., ‘Welsh diffoddi, difa and Irish do-bádi and do-ba, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 23 (1968–70), 210–13.

Charles-Edwards, T. M., ‘Some Celtic Kinship Terms’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 24 (1970–72), 105–22.

Charles-Edwards, T. M., ‘The Seven Bishop-Houses of Dyfed’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 24 (1970–72), 247–62.

Charles-Edwards, T. M., ‘The Heir-apparent in Irish and Welsh Law’, Celtica 9 (1971), 180–90.

Charles-Edwards, T. M., ‘Kinship, Status and the Origins of the Hide’, Past and Present 56 (1972), 3–33.

Charles-Edwards, T. M., Nei, keifn, and kefynderw, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 25 (1972–4), 386–8.

Charles-Edwards, T. M., ‘Native Political Organization in Roman Britain and the Origin of MW brenhin’, in M. Mayrhofer et al. (eds.), Antiquitates Indogermanicae: Studien zur Indogermanischen Altertumskunde und zur Sprach- und Kulturgeschichte der indogermanischen. Gedenkschrift für Hermann Güntert (Innsbruck, 1974), 35–45.

Charles-Edwards, T. M., ‘Boundaries in Irish law’, in P. H. Sawyer (ed.), Medieval Settlement: Continuity and Change (London, 1976), 83–7.

Charles-Edwards, T. M., ‘Honour and Status in Some Irish and Welsh Prose Tales’, Ériu 29 (1978), 123–41.

Charles-Edwards, T. M., ‘Nau Kynywedi Teithiauc’, in The Welsh Law of Women (Cardiff, 1980), 23–39.

Charles-Edwards, T. M., ed. and trans., ‘The “Iorwerth” Text’, in The Welsh Law of Women (Cardiff, 1980), 161–85.

Charles-Edwards, T. M., Cynghawsedd: Counting and Pleading in Medieval Welsh Law’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 33 (1986), 188–98.

Charles-Edwards, T. M., ed. and trans., ‘The ‘Iorwerth’ Text’, in Lawyers and Laymen (Cardiff, 1986), 137–78.

Charles-Edwards, T. M., The Welsh Laws (Writers of Wales, Cardiff, 1989).

Charles-Edwards, T. M., ‘Early Medieval Kingships in the British Isles’, in S. Bassett (ed.), The Origins of Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms (London, 1989), 28–39.

Charles-Edwards, T. M., Early Irish and Welsh Kinship (Oxford, 1993).

Charles-Edwards, T. M., The Early Medieval Gaelic Lawyer, Quiggin Pamphlets on the Sources of Mediaeval Gaelic History, 4 (Cambridge, 1999).

Charles-Edwards, T. M., ‘Food, Drink and Clothing in the Laws of Court’, in The Welsh King and His Court (Cardiff, 2000), 319–37.

Charles-Edwards, T. M., ‘Law in the Western Kingdoms between the Fifth and the Seventh Century’, in A. Cameron, B. Ward-Perkins, and M. Whitby (eds.), The Cambridge Ancient History, 14. Late antiquity: empire and successors, A.D. 425–600 (Cambridge, 2000), 260–87.

Charles-Edwards, T. M., ‘Gorsedd, Dadl and Llys: Assemblies and Courts in Medieval Wales’, in A. Pantos and S. Semple (eds.), Assembly Places and Practices in Medieval Europe (Dublin, 2004).

Charles-Edwards, T. M., ‘Medieval Welsh law’, in H. Birkhan (ed.), Bausteine zum Studium der Keltologie (Vienna, 2005), 409–13.

Charles-Edwards, T. M., ‘The Three Columns: A Comparative Perspective’, in Tair Colofn Cyfraith: The Three Columns of Law in Medieval Wales, Homicide, Theft and Fire (Bangor, 2007), 26–59.
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Charles-Edwards, T. M., ‘The Galanas Tractate in Iorwerth: Texts and the Legal Development’, in Tair Colofn Cyfraith: The Three Columns of Law in Medieval Wales, Homicide, Theft and Fire (Bangor, 2007), 92–107.
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Charles-Edwards, T. M., ‘The Welsh Law of Theft: Iorwerth v the Rest’, in Tair Colofn Cyfraith: The Three Columns of Law in Medieval Wales, Homicide, Theft and Fire (Bangor, 2007), 108–30.
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Charles-Edwards, T. M., ed. and trans., ‘Iorwerth Manuscript E (and B)’, in Tair Colofn Cyfraith: The Three Columns of Law in Medieval Wales, Homicide, Theft and Fire (Bangor, 2007), 258–307.
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Charles-Edwards, T. M., 'Dynastic Succession in Early Medieval Wales', in Wales and the Welsh in the Middle Ages: Essays Presented to J Beverley Smith ed. R. A Griffiths and P. R. Schofield (Cardiff, 2011), 70-88.

Charles-Edwards, T. M., Wales and the Britons, 350-1064 (Oxford, 2012).

Charles-Edwards, T. M., and N. A. Jones, ‘Breintiau Gwŷr Powys: The Liberties of the Men of Powys’, in The Welsh King and His Court (Cardiff, 2000), 191–223.

Charles-Edwards, T. M., and N. J. A. Williams, ‘The Etymologies of diffoddi and differaf/diffryt, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 23 (1968–70), 213–17.

Charles-Edwards, T. M., and F. Kelly, Bechbretha (1983).

Charles-Edwards, T. M., M. E. Owen and D. B. Walters (eds.), Lawyers and Laymen: Studies in the History of Law Presented to Professor Dafydd Jenkins on his seventy-fifth birthday, Gŵyl Ddewi 1986 (Cardiff, 1986).

Charles-Edwards, T. M., M. Owen, and P. Russell (eds.), The Welsh King and His Court (Cardiff, 2000).

Charles-Edwards, T. M., and P. Russell (eds.), Tair Colofn Cyfraith The Three Columns of Law in Medieval Wales: Homicide, Theft and Fire, Cymdeithas Hanes Cyfraith Cymru 5 (Bangor, 2005).
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Cichon, M., ‘Mishandled Vessels: Heaving Drinks and Hurling Insults in Medieval Welsh Literature and Law’, Canadian Journal of History 43 (2008), 227–40.

Cichon, M., ‘Insult and Redress in Cyfraith Hywel Dda and Welsh Arthurian Romance’, Arthuriana 10 (2000), 27–43.

Cichon, M., Violence and Vengeance in Middle Welsh and Middle English Narrative: Owein and Ywain and Gawain (Lewiston, Queenston, and Lampeter, 2009).

Cox, N. S. B., and [Watkin, T. G.] (eds.), Canmlwyddiant, Cyfraith a Chymreictod. A celebration of the life and work of Dafydd Jenkins, 1911–2012, (Bangor: The Welsh Legal History Society, 2013).
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Cule, J., ‘The Court Mediciner and Medicine in the Laws of Wales’, Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 21 (1966), 213–36.

Cule, J., ‘The Diagnosis, Care and Treatment of Leprosy in Wales and the Border in the Middle Ages’, Transactions of the British Society for the History of Pharmacy 1 (1970), 29–59.


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