Main bibliography


In alphabetical order

P - R


Parry-Williams, T. H., ‘The Language of the Laws of Hywel Dda’, Aberystwyth Studies X: The Hywel Dda Millenary Volume (1928), 129–50.

Parry-Williams, T. H. a I. Williams, ‘Englynion y Clyweit’, Bwletin y Bwrdd Gwybodau Celtaidd 3 (1926–7), 4-15.

Patterson, N. W., ‘Honour and Shame in Medieval Welsh Society: A Study of the Role of Burlesque in the Welsh Laws’, Studia Celtica 16/17 (1981), 73–103.

Patterson, N. W., 'Patrilineal kinship in early Irish society', Bwletin y Bwrdd Gwybodau Celtaidd 37 (1990), 133–65.

Phillips, M., ‘Defod a Moes y Llys’, in The Welsh King and His Court (Cardiff, 2000), 347–61.

Powell, E., ‘The Trinity College manuscript of Hywel Dda’, BBCS, 8 (1936), 120–4.

Powell, E., ‘Floating Sections in the Law of Hywel’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 9 (1937–39), 27–34

Powell, J. E. a S. J. Williams(gol.), Llyfr Blegywryd, (Caerdydd, 1942).

Pryce, H., ‘Ecclesiastical sanctuary in Thirteenth-century Welsh law’, The Journal of Legal History 5.3 (1984), 1–13. Reprinted in A. Kiralfy et al. (eds.), Custom, Courts and Counsel (Frank Cass, London, 1985), 1–13.

Pryce, H., ‘Early Irish Canons and Medieval Welsh Law’, Peritia 5 (1986), 107–27.

Pryce, H., ‘The Prologues to the Welsh Lawbooks’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 33 (1986), 151–82.

Pryce, H., ‘Duw yn Lle Mach: Briduw yng Nghyfraith Hywel’, in Lawyers and Laymen (Cardiff, 1986),
47–71.

Pryce, H., ‘Medieval Welsh Law’, Newsletter of the School of Celtic Studies (Dublin Institute of Advanced Studies) 4 (1990), 30–4.

Pryce, H., Native Law and the Church in Medieval Wales (Oxford, 1993).

Pryce, H., ‘Mathrafal: The Evidence of Written Sources’, The Montgomeryshire Collections 83 (1995), 61–5.

Pryce, H., ‘Yr eglwys a’r gyfraith yng Nghymru’r oesoedd canol’, in G. H. Jenkins (ed.), Cof Cenedl X (Llandysul, 1995), 1–30.

Pryce, H., ‘The Context and Purpose of the Earliest Welsh Lawbooks’, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 39 (2000), 39–63.

Pryce, H., ‘Lawbooks and Literacy in Medieval Wales’, Speculum 75 (2000), 29–67. Speculum 75 (2000), 29–67.

Pryce, H., ‘The Household Priest (Offeiriad Teulu)’, in The Welsh King and His Court (Cardiff, 2000), 82–93.

Pryce, H., ‘Welsh Custom and Canon Law, 1150–1300’ in K. Pennington, S. Chowdrow and K. H. Kendall (eds.), Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Medieval Canon Law (Vatican City, 2001), 781–97.

Pryce, H., 'Anglo-Welsh Agreements, 1201-77', in Wales and the Welsh in the Middle Ages: Essays Presented to J Beverley Smith ed. R. A Griffiths and P. R. Schofield (Caerdydd, 2011), 70-88.

Rees, W., South Wales and the March (Oxford, 1924).

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

Richards, M. (ed.), The Laws of Hywel Dda, (Lerpwl, 1954).

Richards, M. (ed.), Cyfreithiau Hywel Dda Yn Ôl Llawysgrif Coleg Yr Iesu LVII, (2nd Ed.Cardiff, 1990).

Roberts, B. F., ‘The Red Book of Hergest Version of Brut y Brenhinedd’, Studia Celtica 12–13 (1977–78), 147–86.

Roberts, S. E., ‘Legal Practice in Fifteenth-Century Brycheiniog’, Studia Celtica 35 (2001), 307–23.

Roberts, S. E., ‘Creu Trefn o Anhrefn: Gwaith copïydd Testun Cyfreithiol’, National Library of Wales Journal 32 (2002), 397–420.

Roberts, S. E., ‘Addysg Broffesiynol Yng Nghymru yn yr Oesoedd Canol: Y Beirdd a’r Cyfreithwyr’, Llên Cymru 26 (2003), 1–17.

Roberts, S. E., ‘Tri Dygyngoll Cenedl: The Development of a Triad’, Studia Celtica 37 (2003), 163–82.

Roberts, S. E., ‘Plaints in Welsh Mediaeval Law’, Journal of Celtic Studies 4 (2004), 219–61.

Roberts, S. E., ‘Law Texts, Celtic [2] Welsh’, in J. T. Koch et al. (eds.), Celtic Culture. A Historical Encylcopaedia, 5 vols (Santa Barbara, 2006), III.1112–16.

Roberts, S. E., The Legal Triads of Medieval Wales (Caerdydd, 2007).

Roberts, S. E., ‘‘By the Authority of the Devil’: The Operation of Welsh and English Law in Medieval Wales’, in S. Meecham-Jones and R. Kennedy (eds.), Authority and Subjugation in the Writing of Medieval Wales (New York, 2008), 85–97.

Roberts, S. E., ‘Emerging from the Bushes: The Welsh Law of Women and the Legal Triads’, in J. F. Eska (ed.), Law, Literature and Society: CSANA Yearbook 7 (Dublin, 2008), 58–76.

Roberts, S. E., ‘Law Texts and their Sources in Medieval Wales: The Case of H and Tails of Other Legal Manuscripts’, Welsh History Review 24 (2008), 41–59.

Roberts, S. E., Llawysgrif Pomffred: An Edition and Study of Peniarth MS 259B (Leiden, 2011).

Roberts, S. E., 'Gwreic wyf fi': Transition to Womanhood in Medieval Wales', in Middle-Aged Women in the Middle Ages, ed. S. Niebrzydowski, (Boydell and Brewer, 2011), 25-36.

Roberts, S. E., ‘The Iorwerth Triads’, in Tome: Studies in Medieval Celtic History and Law in Honour of Thomas Charles-Edwards, eds. Fiona Edmunds a Paul Russell (Boydell and Brewer, 2011), 155–74.

Roberts, S. E., ‘Cyfraith, carchar a chastell: hynt a hanes llawysgrif gyfreithiol’, Transactions of the Honourable Society of the Cymmrodorion, (2013), 24-40.

Roberts, S. E., 'More plaints in medieval Welsh law', Studia Celtica 48 (2014), 171-199.

Roderick, A. J., 'The Dispute Between Llywelyn ap Gruffydd and Gruffydd ap Gwenwynwyn (1278-1282)', Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 8 (1936), 248-254.

Rowland, J., 'The Maiming of Horses in Branwen', Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 63 (2012), 51-69.

Russell, P., ‘The Etymology of Affaith ‘Abetment’’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 38 (1991), 104–10.

Russell, P., ‘Orthography as a Key to Codicology: Innovation in the Work of a Thirteenth-century Welsh Scribe’, Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies 25 (1993), 77–85.

Russell, P., ‘Scribal (In)Competence in Thirteenth-Century North Wales: The Orthography of the Black Book of Chirk (Peniarth MS. 29)’, National Library of Wales Journal 29 (1995–6), 129–76.

Russell, P., ‘Swydd, Swyddog, Swyddwr: Office, Officer and Official’, in The Welsh King and His Court (Cardiff, 2000), 281–95.

Russell, P., ed. and trans., ‘The Laws of Court from Latin B’, in The Welsh King and His Court (Cardiff, 2000), 478–526.

Russell, P., ed. and trans., ‘Nósa Ua Maine: The Customs of the Uí Mhaine’, in The Welsh King and His Court (Cardiff, 2000), 527–51.

Russell, P., ed. and trans., ‘Canu i Swyddogion Llys y Brenin’, in The Welsh King and His Court (Cardiff, 2000), 552–60.

Russell, P., ed. and trans., The Prologues to the Medieval Welsh Lawbooks, Basic Texts for Brittonic History 3 (Cambidge, 2004).

Russell, P., ed. and trans., Vita Griffini Filii Conani: The Medieval Latin Life of Gruffudd Ap Cynan (Cardiff, 2006).

Russell, P., ‘Llyfr Du o’r Waun’, in J. T. Koch et al. (eds.), Celtic Culture. A Historical Encylcopaedia, 5 vols (Santa Barbara, 2006), III.1175–6.

Russell, P., ‘The Arrangement and Development of the Three Columns Tractate’, in Tair Colofn Cyfraith: The Three Columns of Law in Medieval Wales, Homicide, Theft and Fire (Bangor, 2007), 60–91.
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Russell, P., ‘Y Naw Affaith: Aiding and Abetting in Welsh Law’, in Tair Colofn Cyfraith: The Three Columns of Law in Medieval Wales, Homicide, Theft and Fire (Bangor, 2007), 146–70.
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Russell, P., ed. and trans., ‘Latin D’, in Tair Colofn Cyfraith: The Three Columns of Law in Medieval Wales, Homicide, Theft and Fire (Bangor, 2007), 213–37.
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Russell, P., Welsh Law in Medieval Anglesey. British Library, Harleian MS 1796 (Latin C), Texts and Studies in Medieval Welsh Law II (Cambridge, 2011).
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Russell, P., T. M. Charles-Edwards a M. Owen, (gol.), The Welsh King and His Court (Caerdydd, 2000).

Russell, P a T. M. Charles-Edwards (gol.), 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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