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Ahl, Frederick: “Uilix Mac Leirtis: The Classical Hero in Irish Metamorphosis”, 1988. [V, 169]

Aitchison, N. B.: “The Ulster Cycle: heroic image and historical reality”, 1987. [V, 163]

Aronstein, Susan: “When Arthur held court in Caer Llion: Love, Marrige, and the Politics of Centralization in Gereint and Owein”, 1994. [I, 1]

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Banks, Glyn W.: “Hedd Wyn – Poet as Hero”, 1996. [IV, 157]

Bergin, Osborn: “How the Dagda got his magic staff”, 1974. [I, 2]

Best, Richard I.: “The birth of Brandub son of Eochaid and of Aedan son of Gabran”, 1974. [I, 3]

Best, Richanrd I.: “A memorial discourse”, 1951. [I, 4]

Binchy, Daniel A.: “Celtic Suretyship, a Fossilized Indo-European Institution?, 1972. [I, 5]

Binchy, Daniel A.: “Ancient Irish Law”, 1966. [IV, 144]

Borse, J.: “A monster in the Indian Ocean”, 1995. [I, 6]

Boshouwers, Claudia: “Tochmarc Cotreibe – An edition of a Middle Irish tale”, 2011. [I, 7]

Boyle, Elizabeth: “Neoplatonic thought in Medieval Ireland: The Evidence of Scéla na         Esérgi”, 2009. [V,161]

Bradshaw, Brendan: “Manus ‘The Magnificent’: O’Donnell as Renaissance Prince”, 1979. [I, 8]

Breatnach, Liam: “Canon Law and Secular Law in Early Ireland”, 1984. [I, 9]

Breeze, Andrew: “Warlords and Diplomats in the Four Branches of the Mabinogi”, 2011. [IV, 141]

Breeze, Andrew: “Moor, Curt, and River in the Four Branches of the Mabinogi”, 2011. [IV, 143]

Bremmer, Jan N.: “The Strange World of Human Sacrifice”, 2007. [V, 192]

Briggs, Charles F.: “Literacy, reading and writing in the medieval West“, 2000. [V, 210]

Broderick, George: “The Breton Movement and the German Occupation 1940-44 – Alan Heusaff and Bezen Perrot: A case-Study”, 2010. [I, 10]

Bromwich, Rachel:  “Celtic Elements in Arthurian Romance: A General Survey” 1983. [I, 11]

Brown, Arthur C.-L.: “The Irish element in King Arthur and the grail”, 1974. [I, 12]

Burkitt, Francis C.: “On Two Early Irish hymns”, 1901. [I, 13]

Byrne, Francis J.: “Senchas: The Nature of Gaelic Historical Tradition”, 1971. [I, 14]

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Campanile, Enrico: “Aspetti della indoeuropea arcaica”,1974. [I, 15]

Carey, John: “Saint Patrick, the Druids, and the End of the World”, 1996. [I, 16]

Carey, John: “Symbol and Mystery in Irish Religious Thought”, 1992. [I, 17]

Carey, John: “The Three Sails, the Twelve Winds, and the Question of Early Irish Colour         Theory”, 2009. [V, 170]

Carney, James: “The Deeper Level of Early Irish Literature”, 1969. [I, 18]

Carney, James: “The Ecclesiastic Background to Irish Saga”, 1956. [I, 19]

Carney, James: “The School of Celtic Studies”, 1982.[IV, 151]

Casey, Denis: “A Compulsory and Burdensome Imposition: Billeting Troops in Medieval and Early  modern Ireland”, 2011. [IV, 142]

Charles-Edwards, G. And Thomas M.: “The Continuation of Brut Y Tywysogion in Peniarth  MS.20”, 1994. [I, 20]

Charles-Edwards, Thomas M.: “The Lure of Celtic Languages, 1850-1914”, 2007. [I, 21]

Clancy, Thomas O.: “Subversion at Sea: Structure, Style and Intent in the Immrama”, 2000.[I, 22]

Clarke, M. J.: “Epic Interactions”, 2009.[I, 23]

Collis, John: “Celts and politics”, 1996. [I, 24]

Connolly, Sean: “Cogitosus’s Life of St Brigit – Content and Value”, 1987.[IV, 156]

Corthals, Johan: “Stimme, Atem und Dichtung: Aus einem Lehrbuch für die Dichterschüler (Uraicept na mac Sésa)”, 2005. [I, 25]

Cosgrove, Art: “Hiberniores Ipsis Hibernis”, 1979. [I, 26]

Cox, Edward G.: “Classical Traditions in medieval irish Literature”, 1924. [V, 189]

Cunningham, Bernadette: “The case of Geoffrey Keating”, 1986. [I, 27]

Currie, Oliver: “Word order stability and change from a sociolinguistic perspective – The case of Modern Welsh”, 200. [V, 162]

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Davis, Daniel R.: “Introduction“, zu: Zeuss, Johann, K. (Hrsg.): “Grammatica Celtica, Vol. I”. 1850-1900. [V, 208]

Davies, Wendy: “Adding insult to injury: power, property and immunities in early medieval Wales“, 1995. [V, 207]

Dillon, Myles: “The Archaism of Irish Tradition”,1951. [I, 28]

Dillon, Myles: “The Verbal System of Caithréim Cellaig”,1938. [VCS - Sonderstandort I, 1 (S.45)]

Dooley, Ann: ” Re-drawing the Bounds: Marginal Illustrations and Interpretative Strategies in The Book of Kells”, 2007. [I, 29]

Draak, Maartje: “A Leyden Boethius-Fragment with Old-Irish Glosses”, 1948. [I, 30]

Duffy, Seán: “The 1169 invasion as a turnig-point in Irish-Welsh relations”, 1999. [I, 31]

Duft, Johannes: “The Relations between Ireland and St. Gall”, 1954. [I, 32]

Dumville, David N.: “Biblical apocrypha and the early Irish: A preliminary investigation”, 1973.   [I, 33]

Dumville, David N.: “What is mediaeval Gaelic poetry?”, 2010. [I, 34]

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Eichenberg, Henning: “Minderheit und Mehrheit”, 2011. [IV, 152]

Eichenberg, Henning: “Die Geisteswissenschaften im „Dritten Reich“”, 2011.[IV, 153]

Ellis, T. P.: “Legal References, Terms and Conceptios in the ‘Mabinogion’”, 1928. [I, 35]

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Fáil, Lia: “An Agallamh Bheag – an craoibhín do sgríobh“, 1927. [V, 214]

Fielitz, Sonja: “Literature as History/History as Literature”, 2007. [V, 1391]

Findon, Joanne: ”Dangerous Siren or Abandoned Wife?”, 2007. [I, 36]

Fischer, Robert: “Die keltische Religion in Irland und ihre Beeinflussung durch die  Christianisierung”, 2007. [I, 37]

Ford, Patrick K.: “Performance and Literacy in Medieval Welsh Poetry“, 2005. [I, 38]

Fraser, James E.: “St Columba and the convention at Druimm Cete: peace and politics at seventh-        century Iona“, 2007. [V, 194]

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Gaidoz, Henri: “Du changement de sexe danse les contes celtiques”, 1995. [I, 39]

Gillies, William: “Geography and Didaxis in Early Gaelic Poetry”, 2007. [I, 40]

Greenberg, Joseph H.: “Some universals of  grammar with particular references to the order of meaningful elements”, 1961. [V, 164]

Green, Miranda J.: “Vessels of Death: Sacred Cauldrons in Archaeology and Myth”, 1998. [V, 188]

Greene, David: “The ‘Act of Truth’ in a Middle-Irish Story”, 1979.[II, 41]

Greene, David: “A Gaelic Version of the Seven Wise Masters”. 1945.[II, 42]

Greene, David: “The Chariot as Described in Irish Literature”. 1972. [II,43]

Gougaud, Louis: “Les Scribes Monastiques d’Irlande au Travail”, 1931. [IV, 148]

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Habermehl, Peter: “’Die Welt in einer Nußschale’ Isidor von Sevilla und die Abenteuer der         Etymologie(n)“, 2007. [II, 44]

Hamp, Eric P.: “Scholarship in Ireland”, 1955.[II, 45]

Harris, John R.: “Later literary criticism in Wales”, 1988-91. [V, 187]

Haycock, Marged: “Literary criticism in Welsh before c. 1300”, 2005. [II, 46]

Haycock, Marged: “Taliesin’s ‘Lesser Song of the World’”, 1994. [II, 47]

Herbert, Máire: “Aislinge Meic Conglinne: Contextual Considerations“, 2005. [II, 48]

Herbert, Máire: “Sea-divided Gaels? Constructing relationships between Irish and Scots c. 800-1169”, 1999. [II, 49]

Herbert, Máire: “Latin and Vernacular Hagiography of Ireland from the Origins to the Sixteenth Century”, 2001.  [II, 50]

Herren, Michael W.: “Literary and Glossarial Evidence for the Study of Classical Mythology in Ireland A.D. 600-800”, 1999. [II, 51]

Hewitt, Steve: “Remarks on the insular Celtic/Hamito-Semitic question”, 2007. [II, 52]

Hofman, Rijcklof: “The Irish Tradition of Priscian”, 2000. [II, 53]

Hughes, Kathleen: “Evidence for contacts between the churches of the Irish and English from the Synod of Whitby to the Viking Age”, 1971. [II, 54]

Hull, Eleanor: “The Helgi lay and Irish literature”, 1974. [II, 55]

Hull, Vernam: “The Middle Irish Apocryphal Account of “The Seventeen Miracles at Christ’s Birth”, 1945. [II, 56]

Huws, Daniel: “Leges howelda at Canterbury”, 1975.76 [V, 165]

Hyde, Douglas: “Mediaeval account of antichrist”, 1927. [II, 57]

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Ireland, Colin A.: “Some analogues of the Old English seafarer from Hiberno-Latin sources”, 1991. [II, 58]

Isaac, Graham R.: “Cultural reflections onthe function of an ‘Arts subject’”. [II, 59]

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Jackson, Kenneth: “Tradition in Early Irish Prophecy”, 1934. [II, 60]

James, M. R.: “Irish Apocrypha”, 1918. [II, 61]

Jarman, Alfred O. H.: “The Arthurian Allusions in the Black Book of Carmarthen”, 1983. [II, 62]

Jaski, Bart: “Early medieval Irish kingship and the Old Testament”, 1998. [V, 195]

Jenkins, Dafydd: “The significance of the Law of Hywel – The Hartwell Jones Lecutre for  1976*”, 1977. [V, 166]

Jennings, Andrew: “Historical and linguistic evidence for Gall-Gaidheil and Norse in West  Scotland”, 1996. [II, 63]

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Karl, Raimund: “Acknowledgments”, “General Introduction“ and “Introduction“, 2007. [II, 64]

Kelder, Antoinette: “De rol fidchell en gwyddbwyll – in verhalden in de Ulster Cycle en de  Mabinogion”, 2011. [II, 65]

Kelleher, John V.: “The Pre-Norman Irish genealogies”, 1968. [II, 66]

Knobloch, Clemens: “Sprachwissenschaft“, 2002. [II, 67]

Koch, John T.: “Celtic Studies“, 2007. [V, 168]

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Lapidge, Michael: ”The Latin Hagiography of England and Wales (600-1550)“, 2001. [II, 68]

Lerchenmueller, Jochim: “Keltologie”, 2002. [II, 69]

Lloyd-Morgan, Ceridwen: “Migrating Narratives: Peredur, Owain, and Geraint”, 2009. [II, 70]

Lucas, Antony T.: “Washing and Bathing in Ancient Ireland”, 1965. [II, 71]

Lühr, Rosemarie: “Die Herkunftsbezeichnug Leonis und das Motiv des dankbaren Löwen im Mabinogion und bei Chrétien von Troyes”, 1994. [II, 72]

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McCarthy, Daniel: “The chronology an sources of the early Irish annals”, 2001. [V, 193]

MacNeill, Eoin: “Prolegomena to a Study of the Ancient Laws of Ireland”, 1867. [IV, 145]

MacNeill, Eoin: “Early Irish population-groups: Their nomenclature, classification and  chronology”, 1911. [II, 73]

McCone, Kim R.: “*Eti, pseudo-* eti and related matters in insular Celtic”, 2007. [II, 74]

McCone, Kim R.: “An Introduction to early Irish saints’ lives.”, 1984. [IV, 149]

McCormick, Finbar: “The domesticated cat in early christian and medieval Ireland”, 1988. [II, 75]

MacKinnon, Kenneth: “Cape Breton – Western Isles: transatlantic resonances of language and culture”, 1993. [II, 76]

McKee, Seamus: “Irish – New Life for an Ancient Language“, 1984. [V, 206]

McNamara, Martin: “The psalms in the Irish church”, 1998. [II, 77]

McNamara, Martin: “Celtic christianity, creation and apocalypse, Christ and Antichrist”, 1989.   [II, 78]

MacNiocaill, Geraóid: “The Origins of the Betagh”, 1966. [IV, 146]

MacNiocaill, Geraóid: “Admissible and Inadmissible Evidence in Early Irish Law”, 1969.[IV, 147]

Maier, Bernhard: “o’r bedyd a wneit yna: Die Darstellung der heidnischen Vergangenheit in den Vier Zweigen des Mabinogi”, 1998. [V, 171]

Maier, Bernhard: “Die Insel der Seligen und verwandte Vorstellungen in der keltischen  Überlieferung”, 2001/2002. [V, 173]

Maier, Bernhard: “Ex oriente lux: Ein altirisches Gebet und seine Parallelen”, 2002. [V, 172]

Meroney, Howard: “Fenius and Gaedel in the ‘Lebar Cindfaelad’”, 1945. [II, 79]

Meyer, Robert T.: “The Sources of the Middle Irish Alexander”, 1949.[V, 176]

Meyer, Robert T.: “The Middle Irish ‘Odyssey’: Folklore, Fiction, or Saga?”, 1952. [V, 177]

Meyer, Robert T.: “The  T.C.D. Fragments of  the Togail na Tebe ”, 1967. [V, 178]

Meyer, Robert T.: “The Middle-Irish Version of the Pharsalia of Lucan”, 1959. [V, 174]

Meyer, Robert T.: “The Middle Irish version of the Thebaid of Statius”, 1962. [V, 175]

Meyer, Robert T.: “The Middle-Irish Version of  the Achilleid”, 1966. [V, 184]

Milne, Frank A. & Nutt, Alfred: “Arthur and Gorlagon”, 1986, first published 1904. [V, 179]

Morris, Christopher: “The Plague in Britain”.[II, 80]

Mulchrone, Kathleen: “The Tripartite Life of Patrick – Fragments of Stowe Copy Found”, 1943. [III, 81]

Mulchrone, Kathleen: “The Tripartite Life of Patrick – Lost Fragment Discovered”, 1942. [III, 82]

Murdoch, Brian: “The Cornish medieval drama”, 1994. [III, 83]

Murphy, Gerard: “The Irish on the Continent in the time of Charles the Bald”.[III, 84]

Murphy, Gerard: “The origin of Irish Nature Poetry”. [III, 85]

Murray, Kevin: “The Role of the Cuilebad in Immram Snédgusa 7 Maic Riagla”, 2000. [III, 86]

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Nagy, Joseph F.: “Oral Tradition and Performance in Medieval Ireland“, 2012. [V, 199]

Nagy, Joseph F.: “Representations of oral Tradition in medieval Irish literature“, 1989. [V, 211]

Nunemaker, J. Horace: “The Welsh texts of Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia“, 1930. [V, 196]

Nuttall, Geoffrey F.: “Rhyme, compounds and imagery in Dafydd ap Gwilym“, 1993. [III, 87]

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Ó Clabaigh, Colmán: “The Benedictines in Medieval and Early Modern Ireland”, 2005. [IV, 150]

Ó Coileáin, Seán: “Some Problems of Story and History”, 1981.[III, 88]

Ó Corráin, Donnchadh: “Creating the Past-The early Irish genealogical tradition”, 1998. [III, 89]

Ó Corráin, Donnchadh: “Irish Origin Legends and genealogy”, 1985. [III, 90]

Ó Corráin, Donnchadh: “Historical Need and Literary Narrative”, 1983. [III, 91]

Ó Corráin, Donnchadh: “Nationality and Kingship in Pre-Norman Ireland”, 1978. [III, 92]

Ó Cróinín, Dáibhí: “The Reception of Johann Kaspar Zeuss’s Grammatica Celtica in Ireland and Britain, and on the Continent: Some New Evidence”, 2005. [III, 93]

Ó Cróinín, Dáibhí: “The Earliest Old Irish Glosses”, 2001.[III, 94]

Ó Cuív, Brian: “The linguistic trainig of the Mediaeval Irish Poet”, 1983. [III, 95]

Ó Cuív, Brian: “A Mediaeval exercise in language Planning”, 1980. [III, 96]

Ó Drisceóil, Diarmuid A.: “Fulachta fiadh: the value of early Irish literature”, 1990. [III, 97]

Ó Duilearga, Séamus: “Celtic elements in Icelandic Tradition”, 1957. [III, 98]

Ó hAodha, Donncha: “The Irish Version of Statius’ Achilleid”, 1979. [V, 180]

Ó hUiginn, Ruairí: “Growth and Development in the Late Ulster Cycle: The Case of Taín Bó         Flidais”, 2006. [III, 99]

O’Kearney, Nicholas: “The Festivities at the House of Conan of Ceann-Sleibhe”, 1855. [V, 181]

O’Loughlin, Thomas: “The praxis and explanations of eucharistic fractions in the ninth century: the insular evidence”, 2003. [V, 200]

ÓNéill, Pádraig P.: “The Latin and Old-Irish Glosses in Würzburg Unity in Diversity”, 2001. [III, 100]

O’Nolan, Kevin: “Homer and irish Heroic Narrative”, 1969. [V, 190]

O’Reilly, Jennifer: ”Gospel harmony and the names of Christ”, 1998. [III, 101]

Ó Rian, Pádraig: “Das Martyrologium der Klöster Gross St. Martin und St. Pantaleon in Köln und St. Symphorian in Metz aus dem frühen 11. Jahrhundert in Textzeugen aus Irland und Dänemark“, 2005. [III, 102]

Ó Rian, Pádraig: “The Saints of Cardiganshire“, 1994. [V, 203]

Ó Rian, Pádraig: “'To be named is to exist': The instructive case of Achadh Bolg (Aghabulloge)“, 1993. [V, 205]

Oskamp, Hans P.A.: “Notes on the history of Lebor na hUidre”, 1966. [III, 103

O'Sullivan, Tomás: “Texts and Transmissions of the Scúap Chrábaid: An Old-Irish Litany in its Manuscript Context“, 2010. [V, 215]

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Page, R. I.: “How long did the Scandinavian language survive in England? The epigraphical  evidence”, 1971. [III, 104]

Pape, Wolfgang: "Ur- und Frühgeschichte", 2002. [III, 105]

Pennington, Walter: “The little Colloquy (An Agallamh Bheag)“, 1930. [V, 213]

Poppe, Erich: “Rewriting Bevis in Wales and Ireland”, 2008. [III, 106]

Poppe, Erich: “Mittelalterliche Übersetzungsliteratur im insular-keltischen Kulturraum”, 2007. [III, 107]

Poppe, Erich: “Zwischen Altertumskunde und Sprachwissenschaft“, 2008. [IV, 159]

Poppe, Erich: “Johann Kasper Zeuß und die Keltomanie“, 2005. [III, 108]

Poppe, Erich: “Die mittelalterliche irische Abhandlung Auraicept nanÉces und ihr  geistesgeschichtlicher Standort“, 1996. [III, 109]

Poppe, Erich: “Lag es in der Luft? – Johann Kasper Zeuß und die Konstituierung der Keltologie“, 1992. [III, 110]

Poppe, Erich: “Frauenfrömmigkeit im frühmittelalterlichen Irland. Einige Überlegungen zu Brigit von Kildare“, 2010.[III, 111]

Poppe, Erich: “Deutsche Keltologie im 19. Jahrhundert auf dem Weg zur Philologie“, 2009. [III, 112]

Poppe, Erich: “The Matter of Troy and Insular Versions of Dares’s De Excidio Troiae Historia“, 2009. [III, 113]

Poppe, Erich & Schlüter, Dagmar: “Greece, Ireland, Ulster and Troy: Of Hybrid Origins and  Heroes”, 2011. [V, 182]

Preston-Matto, Lahney: “Queens as Political Hostages in Pre-Norman Ireland: Derbforgaill and the Three Gormlaiths“, 2010. [V, 209]

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Radatz, Hans-Ingo: “’Galiza: unha das sete nacións celtas’ – Wie keltisch ist Galicien?“, 2005. [III, 114]

Raftery, Barry: “Celts and ‚Celts’“, 2001. [III, 115]

Richter, Michael: “The Written Word in Context: The Early Middle Ages“, 2012. [V, 197]

Richter, Michael: “Medieval Ireland and Iceland – Worlds Apart?“, 2010. [III, 116]

Roberts, Brynley F.: “The Welsh Romance of the Lady of the Fountain (Owein)“, 1983. [III, 117]

Roberts, Brynley F.: “The Idea of a Welsh Romance”, 1992. [IV, 140]

RoWlands, Eurys I.: “Nodiadau”, 1960. [IV, 155]

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Sayers, William: “Serial defamation in two medieval tales: the Icelandic Ölkofra Þáttr and the Irish Scéla mucce Meic Datho”, 1991. [IV, 158]

Schmidt, Karl Horst: “Grundzüge einer kontrastiven Betrachtung von Johann Kasper Zeuß ‘Grammatica Celtica’ (1853) und Rudolf Thurneysen ‘Handbuch des Altirischen’  (1909)”, 2005. [III, 118]

Schmid, Wolfgang P.: “Die pragmatische Komponente in der Grammatik”, 1972. [V, 167]

Schneider, marc: “The Irish Calendar in the Karlsruhe Bede”. [V, 201]

Schulze-Thulin, Britta: “Old Norse in Ireland“, 1996.[III, 119]

Seymour, St John D.: “Irish versions of the Vision of St. Paul”, 1922. [III, 120]

Seymour, St John D.: “Irish versions of the Transitus Mariae”, 1921. [IV, 121]

Seymour, St John D.: “The Bringing forth of the Soul in Irish Literature”, 1920. [IV, 122]

Simms, Katherine: “The Poetic Brehon Lawyers Of Early Sixteenth Century Ireland”, 2000.[IV, 123]

Sims-Williams, Patrick: “Medieval Irish literary theory and criticism”, 2005. [IV, 124]

Sims-Williams. Patrick: “Byrhtferth’s Ogam Signature”, 1994. [IV, 125]

Smyth, Alferd P.: “The effect of Scandinavian raiders on the English and Irish churches: a  preliminary reassessment“, 1999. [IV, 126]

Smyth, Marina: “The Body, Death and Resurrection: Perspectives of an Early Irish Theologian“, 2008. [V, 198]

Smyth, Marina: “The origins of purgatory through the lens of seventh-century Irish eschatology“, 2003. [V, 212]  

Sinder, Janet: ”Irish Legal History: An Overview and Guide to the Sources“, 2008. [IV, 127]

Stancliffe, Clare E.: “Kings and Conversion: some comparisons between the Roman  mission to England and Patrick’s to Ireland”, 1980.[IV, 128]

Stanford, W. B.: “Towards a History of classical influences in Ireland”, 1970. [V, 183]

Stokes, Whitley: “The Irish Abridement of the ‘Expugnatio Hibernica’”, 1905. [IV, 129]

Strobel, Karl: “Menschenopfer und Kannibalismus – Neue Erkentnisse zur Kultpraxis und Kutur der Keltenvölker in Kleinasien”, 2002. [V, 202]

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Tymoczko, Maria: “What Questions Should We Ask in Celtic Studies in the New  Millennium?”, 2002. [IV, 130]

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Untermann, Jürgen: “Sprachliche Zeugnisse der Kelten in Süddeutschland”, 1993. [IV, 160]

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Watkin, Morgan: “Honourable Society of Cymmrodoríon”, 1919-20. [V, 185]

Webster, Jane: “At the End of the World: Druidic and Other Revitalization Movements in Post-Conquest Gaul and Britain*”, 1999.[IV, 131]

Welsh, Andrew: “Branwen, Beowulf, and the tragic peaceweaver Tale”, 1991. [IV, 132]

Went, Arthur E. J.: “Fishing for the sun-fish or basking shark in Irish waters”, 1966. [IV, 133]

Whitfield, Niamh: “Dress and Accessoires in the Early irish Tale”The Wooing Of Becfhola”, 2006. [V, 186]

Williams, Gruffydd A.: “Later literary criticism in Wales”, 2005. [IV, 134]

Williams, John A.: “The Irish Astronomical Tract: A Case Study of Scientifc Terminology in 14th Century Irish”, 2002. [IV, 135]

Wolf, Alois: “Die Verschriftlichung von europäischen Heldensagen als mittelalterliches  Kulturproblem”, 1985. [IV, 136]

Wooding, Jonathan M.: “Monastic Voyaging and the Nauigatio“, 2000. [IV, 137]

Wright, Charles D.: “Why the left Hand is Longer (or Shorter) than the Right: Some Irish Analogues for an Etiological Legend in the Homiliary of St. Père de Chartres“, 2008. [V, 204]

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Zimmer, Heinrich: “Ein weiteres irisches Zeugnis für Nennius als Autor der Historia Brittonum“, 1894. [IV, 138]

Zimmer, Heinricus: “Glossarum Hibernicarum – wirziburgensi carolisruhensibus aliis  editarum –  supplementum“, 1886. [IV, 139]

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