Mabinogi Bibliography

In the Mabinogi Bibliography YOU CAN  … SEARCH for an author, title, date etc. … click open Notes to see extra info … Copy/ Paste an entry to reference it. If you SEARCH and get a list you like – copy all of it! More  Category searches on the way, as well as Timeline view by year of publication (work in progress Feb 2015).

There are 1063 items in this collection.


, , 2006 (27 Feb. 18:59). The Four Branches of the Mabinogi, View Webpage » View notes »
[Pughe], William Owen, 1799. The Romantic Tales called Mabinogion, or Juvenile Amusements, in: Cambrian Register. pp. 322 - 327 View Webpage » View notes »
[Pughe], William Owen, 1795. The Mabinogion, or Juvenile Amusements, being Ancient Welsh Romances, in: Cambrian Register. pp. 177 -187 View notes »
*Author note., , . Translations to English of the Mabinogi, View notes »
Ab Alwyn, Huw Illtud, 1998. Animals in Celtic myth and belief as reflected in "The four branches of the Mabinogi", View notes »
, , 2013. La Mitologia Celta y sus Textos, . Muñoz Moya Editorial
Anderson, Katharine Anne, 2003. Youth, gender and identity in Welsh princely families, 1075--1240, View Webpage » View notes »
Gonzales, Anna, 1989. The theme of hunting in the Mabinogion, View notes »
Anwyl, Edward, 1897. The Four Branches of the Mabinogi ( I, II), in: ZCP. pp. 277-293 View Webpage » View notes »
Anon, , 1913. Medicine in the "Mabinogion", in: The Lancet. pp. 1543-1544
Anwyl, Edward, 1908. The Value of the Mabinogion for the Study of Celtic Religion, in: Trans. 3rd Int'l Congress for the History of Religions. pp. 234-44 View notes »
Anwyl, Edward, 1901. The Four Branches of the Mabinogi (IV), in: ZCP. pp. 123 -134 View Webpage »
Anwyl, Edward, 1899. The Four Branches of the Mabinogi (III), in: ZCP. pp. 124 -133 View Webpage » View notes »
Anwyl, Edward, 1906-07. Ancient Celtic Goddesses, in: The Celtic Review. pp. 26 -51 View Webpage »
Anwyl, Edward, 1912. The verbal forms in the White Book text of the four branches of the Mabinogi, . pp. 79-90
Arnold, Bettina, 1999. 'Drinking the feast': Alcohol and the legitimation of power in Celtic Europe, in: Cambridge Archaeological Journal. pp. 71-93
Arnold, Matthew, 1867. On the Study of Celtic Literature, . Smith, Elder, & Co. View Webpage » View notes »
Ashley, Kristina, 1997. Renewing myth: three modern interpretations of the fourth branch of the Mabinogi, View notes »
, , 2017. The Owl - a symbolic figure from the dawn of Celtic Culture to modern-day Wales. Revisiting a Welsh tradition and its cultural context, View Webpage » View notes »
*Author note., , . Mabinogi, Mabinogion, View notes »
, , , , 2012. Powerful Places in Wales, . Pilgrims Process View notes »
Bar, Francis, 1944. Le Mabinogie de Pwyll et la Legende d'Amis et Amile, in: Romania. pp. 168 -172 View notes »
, , 2004. British Myths and Legends, . Folio Society View notes »
, , 1998. British Myths and Legends, . Folio Society View notes »
, , 2014. "You Took My Spirit Captive Amongst the Leaves": The Creation of Blodeuwedd in Re-Imaginings of the Fourth Branch of the Mabinog, in: The Pomegranate: The International Journal of Pagan Studies. pp. 178-206
Barton, Anthony, 1993. On the structure of didactic tales, . Ginn Press.
Bartrum, Peter Clement, 1993. A Welsh Classical Dictionary: People in History and Legend up to about A.D. 1000, . National Library of Wales View Webpage » View notes »
, , 2018. Amis and Amiloun, View Webpage » View notes »
Bauchhenss, Gerhard, 2001. Epona - Archaologisches zu einer galloromischen Gottin, . pp. 11-22. Deutsche-Walisische Kulturbeziehungen
Baudiš, Josef, 1916. Mabinogion, in: Folklore. pp. 31-68 View Webpage » View notes »
Bawden, Charles Roskelly, 1963. The Theme of the Calumniated Wife in Mongolian Popular Literature, in: Folklore
BBC, , . BBC Welsh Dictionary, View Webpage » View notes »
BBC Wales, , 2007. The Mabinogion, View Webpage » View notes »
, , July 2016. Welsh Mythology and the Contemporary Novel: The ‘double drive’ in Seren Books’ New Stories from the Mabinogion, View notes »
Becker, Audrey, , , 2011. Welsh mythology and folklore in popular culture : essays on adaptations in literature, film, television, and digital media, . McFarland. View notes »
, , , , , , , , 2015. Mabinogi, Brunelleschi and Lacan. Metatextuality in "The Meat Tree" by Gwyneth Lewis, . pp. 63-75. Wydawnictwo KUL
Bek-Pedersen, K., Andren, A., Jennbert, K., Raudvere, C., 2006. Interpretations of Ynglingasaga and the Mabinogi : Some Norse-Celtic correspondences, View notes »
Benozzo, Francesco, 1997. Epona, Rhiannon e Tristano: Metamorfosi cortese di una dea celtica: A proposito di filologia dei testi, folklore e mitologia comparata (‘Epona, Rhiannon and Tristan: Metamorphosis of a kind of a Celtic goddess: the philology of the texts, folklore, and a comparative mythology’ my trans.), in: Quaderni di Semantica. pp. 281-290. View notes »
Bernhardt-House, Phillip A., Nagy, Josef F., 2007. Horses, Hounds, and High Kings: A Shared Arthurian Tradition Across the Irish Sea?, . Four Courts Press. View notes »
Bernhardt-House, Phillip A., 2010. Werewolves, magical hounds, and dog-headed men in Celtic literature: a typological study of shape-shifting, . Edwin Mellen Press View notes »
Bettini, Jessica Lynne, 2011. The Rage of the Wolf: Metamorphosis and Identity in Medieval Werewolf Tales, View Webpage » View notes »
Bevill, Robert Scott, 2009. Goddess, king, and Grail: Aspects of sovereignty within the early medieval heroic tradition of the British Isles, View notes »
Bezant, Jemma, 2012 12 -13 July. Archaeology of the Mabinogion, View notes »
Bhreathnach, Máire, 1982. The Sovereignty Goddess as Goddess of Death?, in: ZCP 1. pp. 243-260
Blaive, Frédéric, 1993. Le combat arbitral singulier entre Gwydion et Pryderi, in: Ollodagos. pp. 57 - 67
Bland, Marian R., 2012. Discovering Border Crossings in Pagan Epic Literature, View notes »
Bollard, John K., 1974. Textual Notes on The White Book Mabinogion, in: BBCS. pp. 50-51. View notes »
, , , , 2015. Englynion y Beddau/The Stanzas of the Graves, . Gwasg Carreg Gwalch View Webpage » View notes »
, , 6/07/2017. Contextualizing The Mabinogi Then and Now, View Webpage » View notes »
Bollard, John K., 2007. What is The Mabinogi? What is "The Mabinogion"?, View Webpage » View notes »
Bollard, John K., 1970. A literary assessment of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, View notes »
, , , , May 2008. Landscapes of the Mabinogi, View Webpage » View notes »
Bollard, John K., 1984. The Mabinogi and 'The Mabinogion', in: Cambridge MeAvalon to Camelot
Bollard, John K., 2013. Meuyl ar uy Maryf: Shame and Honour in The Mabinogi, in: Studia Celtica. pp. 123–147 View notes »
Bollard, John K., 2004. Landscape of the Mabinogi, View Webpage » View notes »
, , 1995. Owain ap Cadwgan and the literary structure of Medieval Welsh History (Abstract), . pp. 301. Harvard University View notes »
Bollard, John K., 2012. Mefyl ar uy maryf i': Myth and Motivation in The Mabinogi, View notes »
Bollard, John K., Anthony Griffiths, , 2006. The Mabinogi, Legend and Landscape of Wales, . Gomer Press View notes »
Bollard, John K., 1974. The Structure of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, in: Cymm.. pp. 250-276. View Webpage » View notes »
Bollard, John K., 1983. The Role of Myth and Tradition in the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, in: CMCS. pp. 67 - 86 View notes »


WHAT IS IN IT? The Mabinogi Bibliography is firstly about the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, but it also has a lot of entries for The Mabinogion.’ There are selected background resources (e.g. Welsh historical context, and Middle Welsh.) Then there are key items of fiction, theatre, arts, media, music. Lots of online resources.

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