Main bibliography


In alphabetical order

H - J


Haddan, A. W., and Stubbs, W., (eds.), Councils and Ecclesiastical Documents Relating to Great Britain and Ireland (3 Vols, London, 1869–71).

Hamp, E. P., ‘gwaesaf’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 40 (1993), 119.

Hamp, E. P. a P. K. Ford, ‘Welsh Asswynaw and Celtic Legal Idiom’, Bwletin y Bwrdd Gwybodau Celtaidd 26 (1974–6), 147–60.

Harris, M., ‘Dychwelyd at Gyfeiriadau, Termau a Chysyniadau Cyfreithiol yn y Mabinogi’, Y Traethodydd 158 (2003), 17–39.

Harris, M., ‘Galanas a Sarhaed yng Nghyfraith Hywel’ (unpublished Ph.D., University of Wales, 2003).

Harris, M., ‘Compensation for Injury: A Point of Contact between Early Welsh and Germanic Law?’, in T. G. Watkin (ed.), The Trial of Dic Penderyn and Other Essays (Welsh Legal History Society, Cardiff, 2002), 39–76.

Harris, M., A Bibliography of the Welsh Law Manuscripts, Pamffledi Cyfraith Hywel (Aberystwyth, 2006).
A copy can be bought here.

Haycock, M. E., ‘Llyfr Taliesin’, National Library of Wales Journal 25 (1987–8), 357–86.

Howells, D., ‘The Four Exclusive Possessions of a Man’, Studia Celtica 8–9 (1973–4), 48–67.

Huws, D., ‘Leges Howelda at Canterbury’, National Library of Wales Journal 19 (1975), 340–3.

Huws, D., ‘Leges Howelda at Canterbury: a Further Note’, National Library of Wales Journal 20 (1977–78), 95.

Huws, D., ‘The Manuscripts’, in Lawyers and Laymen (Cardiff, 1986), 119–36.

Huws, D., Peniarth 28: Darluniau o Lyfr Cyfraith Hywel Dda, (National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth, 1988).

Huws, D., Five Ancient Books of Wales (Chadwick Memorial Lectures 6, Cambridge, 1995).

Huws, D., ‘Llyfrau Cymraeg 1250–1400’, National Library of Wales Journal 28 (1993–94), 1–21.

Huws, D., ‘Yr Hen Risiart Langffordd’, in M. E. Owen and B. F. Roberts (eds.), Beirdd a Thywysogion (Cardiff, 1996), 302–25.

Huws, D., ‘Descriptions of the Welsh Manuscripts’, in The Welsh King and His Court (Cardiff, 2000),
415–24.

Huws, D., Medieval Welsh Manuscripts (Cardiff, 2000).

Huws, D., ‘The Manuscripts’, in Tair Colofn Cyfraith: The Three Columns of Law in Medieval Wales, Homicide, Theft and Fire (Bangor, 2007), 196–212.

Ifans, D., William Salesbury and the Welsh Laws (Pamffledi Cyfraith Hywel, Aberystwyth, 1980).

James, C., ‘Golygiad o BL Add. 22,356 o Gyfraith Hywel Ynghyd Ag Astudiaeth Gymharol Ohono â Llanstephan 116’, (Unpublished PhD, Aberystwyth University, 1984).

James, C., ‘Llyfr Cyfraith o Ddyffryn Teifi: Disgrifiad o BL. Add. 22,356’, National Library of Wales Journal 27 (1991), 383–404.

James, C., ‘‘‘Llwyr Wybodau, Llên a Llyfrau’: Hopcyn Ap Tomas a’r Traddodiad Llenyddol Cymraeg’, in H. T. Edwards (ed.), Cwm Tawe (Llandysul, 1993), 4–44.

James, C., ‘Tradition and Innovation in some Later Medieval Welsh Lawbooks’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 40 (1993), 148–56.

James, C., ‘Ban Wedy i Dynny: Medieval Welsh Law and Early Protestant Propaganda’, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 27 (1994), 61–86.

James, C., ‘Ysgrifydd Anhysbys: Proffil Personol’, Ysgrifau Beirniadol 23 (1997), 44–72.

James, C., ‘Parhad, Pragmatiaeth, Propaganda: Llawysgrifau Cyfraith Hywel yn yr Oesoedd Canol Diweddar’, Cof Cenedl 22 (2007), 33–67.

Jaski, B. 'King and Household in Early Medieval Ireland', yn B. T. Hudson (ed.) Familia and Household in the Medieval Atlantic Province (Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Tempe, 2011), 89-122.

Jenkins, D., 'Deddfgrawn William Maurice', National Library of Wales Journal 2 (1941), 33–6.

Jenkins, D., ‘Llawysgrif Goll Llanforda o Gyfreithiau Hywel Dda’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 14 (1951–2), 89–104.

Jenkins, D., ‘Iorwerth Ap Madog: Gŵr Cyfraith o’r Drydedd Ganrif Ar Ddeg’, National Library of Wales Journal 8 (1953), 164–70.

Jenkins, D., ‘Iorwerth ap Madog a Hywel Dda’: 'Llyfr Iorwerth, a critical text of the Venedotian Code of medieval Welsh law', Lleufer 17 (1961), 17–33.

Jenkins, D., ‘Legal and Comparative Aspects of the Welsh Laws’, Welsh History Review Special Number: The Welsh Laws (1963), 51–9.

Jenkins, D., (ed.), Llyfr Colan (Cardiff, 1963).

Jenkins, D., 'Arianfys, efyddfys, goldfinger', Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 21 (1964-66), 308–309.

Jenkins, D., ‘Nodiadau Cymysg: (1) distain; (2) cestyll: castra: lluestau; (3) nythod: nisi: llamysten', Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 22 (1966–68), 127–9.

Jenkins, D., ‘Yr Ynad Coch’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 22 (1966–8), 345–6.

Jenkins, D., ‘‘Camsyniadau F.W. Maitland’ : Y Genedl Alanas Yng Nghyfraith Hywel’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 22 (1966–8), 228–36.

Jenkins, D., ‘A Lawyer Looks at Welsh Land Law’, Transactions of the Honourable Society of the Cymmrodorion (1967), 220–46.

Jenkins, D., ‘The Black Book of Chirk: A note’, National Library of Wales Journal 15 (1967–68), 104–7.

Jenkins, D., ‘The Date of the ‘Act of Union’’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 23 (1968–70), 345–6.

Jenkins, D., ‘Ysgar Mewn Cyfraith a Chrefydd’, Y Traethodydd 125 (1970), 35–47.

Jenkins, D., Cyfraith Hywel: Rhagarweiniad i Gyfraith Gynhenid Cymru’r Oesau Canol (Llandysul, 1970).

Jenkins, D., (ed.), Damweiniau Colan (Aberystwyth, 1973).

Jenkins, D., (ed.), Celtic Law Papers: An Introductory to Welsh Medieval Law and Government (Brussels, 1973).
A copy can be bought here.

Jenkins, D., ‘Law and Government in Wales Before the Act of Union’, in Celtic Law Papers (Brussels, 1973), 23–48.
A copy can be bought here.

Jenkins, D., ‘A Family of Medieval Welsh Lawyers’, in Celtic Law Papers (Brussels, 1973), 121–33.
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Jenkins, D., 'Nodiadau amrywiol: (1) Gwad cyn dedfryd', Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 25 (1972-4), 112-18.

Jenkins, D., ‘Kings, Lords, and Princes: The Nomenclature of Authority in Thirteenth-Century Wales’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 26 (1974–76), 451–62.

Jenkins, D., Cynghellor and Chancellor’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 27 (1976–78), 115–18.

Jenkins, D., ‘The Significance of the Law of Hywel’, Transactions of the Honourable Society of the Cymmrodorion (1977), 54–76.

Jenkins, D., Hywel Dda a’r Gwŷr Cyfraith: Darlith Agoriadol (Aberystwyth, 1977).

Jenkins, D., ‘Sylwadau ar y Surexit, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 28 (1978–80), 607–12.

Jenkins, D., ‘Property Interests in the Classical Welsh Law of Women’, in The Welsh Law of Women (Cardiff, 1980), 69–92.

Jenkins, D., ed. and trans., ‘The “Cyfnerth” Text’, in The Welsh Law of Women (Cardiff, 1980), 132–45.

Jenkins, D., ‘The Medieval Welsh Idea of Law’, Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiednis 49 (1981), 323–48.

Jenkins, D., 'English Law and the Renaissance. Eighty Years On: In Defence of Maitland', The Journal of Legal History 2 (1981), 107-142.

Jenkins, D., Agricultural Co-Operation in Welsh Medieval Law (National Museum of Wales, Cardiff, 1982).

Jenkins, D., ‘The Lawbooks of Medieval Wales’, in R. Eales and D. Sullivan (ed.), The Political Context of Law (Canterbury, 1985), 1–15.

Jenkins, D., trans., The Laws of Hywel Dda: Law Texts from Medieval Wales (Llandysul, 1986).

Jenkins, D., ‘Pencerdd a Bardd Teulu’, in Ysgrifau Beirniadol 14 (1988), 19–44.

Jenkins, D., ‘Said : Gwrmsaid, Gwynsaid; Yslipanu’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 35 (1988), 55–61.

Jenkins, D., ‘Custom in Welsh Medieval Law’, in A. Gouron (ed.), La Coutume, Deuxième Partie: Europe Occidentale Médiévale et Moderne (Recueils De La Société Jean Bodin 52, Brussels, 1990), 421–33.

Jenkins, D., ‘Gwalch: Welsh’, Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies 19 (1990), 53–67.

Jenkins, D., Hunting and Husbandry in Medieval Welsh Law (Hallstatt lecture 1993, Machynlleth, 1993).

Jenkins, D., ‘Ail Olwg ar Lawysgrif Colan’, in T. Jones and E. B. Fryde (eds.), Ysgrifau a Cherddi Cyflwynedig i Daniel Huws (Aberstwyth, 1994), 63–78.

Jenkins, D., ‘The Horse in the Welsh Law Texts’ in S. Davies and N. A. Jones (eds.), The Horse in Celtic Culture: Medieval Welsh Perspectives (Cardiff, 1997), 64–81.

Jenkins, D., ‘A Hundred Years of Cyfraith Hywel, Zeitschrift für Celtische Philologie 49–50 (1997), 349–66.

Jenkins, D., ‘Excursus: The Lawbooks and their Relation’, in The Welsh King and His Court (Cardiff, 2000), 10–14.

Jenkins, D., ‘Prolegomena to the Welsh Laws of Court’, in The Welsh King and His Court (Cardiff, 2000),
15–28.

Jenkins, D., ‘Bardd Teulu and Pencerdd’, in The Welsh King and His Court (Cardiff, 2000), 142–66.

Jenkins, D., ‘Hawk and Hound: Hunting in the Laws of Court’, in The Welsh King and His Court (Cardiff, 2000), 255–80.

Jenkins, D., ‘A Second Look at Welsh Land Law’, Transactions of the Honourable Society of the Cymmrodorion (2001), 13–93.

Jenkins, D., ‘Towards the Jury in Medieval Wales’ in J. W. Cairns and G. McLeod (ed.), The Dearest Birth Right of the People of England: The Jury in the History of the Common Law (Oxford, 2002), 17–46.

Jenkins, D., ‘Legal History at Aberystwyth’, Cambrian Law Review 34 (2003), 27–56.

Jenkins, D., ‘Borrowings in the Welsh Lawbooks’, in P. Brand, K. Costello and W. N. Osborough (eds.), Adventures of the Law: Proceedings of the Sixteenth British Legal History Conference (Dublin, 2003), 19–39.

Jenkins, D., ‘Crime and Tort and the Three Columns of Law’, in Tair Colofn Cyfraith: The Three Columns of Law in Medieval Wales, Homicide, Theft and Fire (Bangor, 2007), 1–25.

Jenkins, D., Conspectus of the Manuscripts of the Cyfnerth Redaction, Texts and Studies in Medieval Welsh Law I, (Cambridge, 2010).
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Jenkins, D., and E. Anners, 'A Swedish Borrowing from Welsh Medieval Law?', Welsh History Review 1 (1960), 325-333

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

Jenkins, D., and M. E. Owen, (eds.), The Welsh Law of Women, (Cardiff, 1980).

Jenkins, D. a M. E. Owen ‘Gwilym Was Da’, Cylchgrawn Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru 21 (1980), 429.

Jenkins, D., and M. E. Owen ‘Welsh Law in Carmarthenshire’, The Camarthenshire Antiquary 18 (1982), 17–25.

Jenkins, D., and M. E. Owen ‘The Welsh Marginalia in the Lichfield Gospels Part I’, Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies 5 (1983), 37–66.

Jenkins, D., and M. E. Owen ‘The Welsh Marginalia in the Lichfield Gospels Part II: The ‘Surexit’ Memorandum’, Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies 7 (1984), 91–120.

Johnson, L., 'Amobr and Amobrwyr: The Collection of Marriage Fees and Sexual Fines in Late Medieval Wales', Transactions of the Honourable Society of the Cymmrodorion 18 (2012), 10-21.

Johnson, L., 'Sex and the Single Welshwoman: Prostitution and Concubinage in Late Medieval Wales', Welsh History Review 27 (2014), 253-281.

Johnston, N., ‘An Investigation into the Locations of the Royal Courts of Thirteenth-century Gwynedd’, in N. Edwards (ed.), Landscape and Settlement in Medieval Wales (Oxford, 1997), 41–69.

Jones, G. R. J., ‘The Models for Organisation in Llyfr Iorwerth and Llyfr Cyfnerth’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 39 (1992), 95–118.

Jones, G. R. J., ‘Llys and Maerdref’, in The Welsh King and His Court (Cardiff, 2000), 296–318.

Jones, J. Lloyd, ‘Gweilydd’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 11 (1941–44), 37–8.

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

Jones, T. Gwynn, ‘Social Life as Reflected in the Laws of Hywel Dda’, Aberystwyth Studies X: The Hywel Dda Millenary Volume (1928), 103–28.

Jones Pierce, T., ‘Social and Historical Aspects of the Welsh Laws’, Welsh History Review Special Number: The Welsh Laws (1963), 33–49.

Jones Pierce, T., ‘The Law of Wales – the Kindred and the Bloodfeud’, in J. B. Smith (ed.), Medieval Welsh Society: Selected Essays by T. Jones Pierce (Cardiff, 1972), 289–308.

Jones Pierce, T., ‘The Law of Wales – the Last Phase’, in J. B. Smith (ed.), Medieval Welsh Society: Selected Essays by T. Jones Pierce (Cardiff, 1972), 369–89.

Jones Pierce, T., ‘Social and Historical Aspects of the Welsh Laws’ in J. B. Smith (ed.), Medieval Welsh Society: Selected Essays by T. Jones Pierce (Cardiff, 1972), 353–68.


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