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).

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Bezant, Jemma, 2012 12 -13 July. Archaeology of the Mabinogion, View notes »
Breeze, Andrew, 2009. The Origins of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, . Gracewing Publishing View notes »
, , 2012. Y Mabinogi: module code CYCS7015, . University of Wales, Trinity St. david View Webpage » View notes »
, , 2012. Y Mabinogi: module code CYCS7015C, . University of Wales, Trinity St. david View Webpage » View notes »
Charles-Edwards, Thomas Mowbray, 1970 Part 2; repr. 1996 Sullivan. The Date of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, in: Cymm.. pp. 263-298 View Webpage » View notes »
Charles-Edwards, Thomas Mowbray, Bernhard Maier und Stefan Zimmer, hrsg., 2001. The Textual Tradition of Medieval Welsh Prose Tales and the Problem of Dating, . pp. 23-39. Max Niemeyer Verlag View notes »
, , 1958. The Date of the “Dream of Rhonabwy”, in: Cymm.. pp. 33-40.
Goetinck, Glenys Witchard, 1987-88. Pedair Cainc y Mabinogi: Yr Awdur a’I Bwrpas, in: Llên Cymru. pp. 249-69 View notes »
Hughes, Ian., Roberts, Brynley F., Jones, N., 2013. Math Uab Mathonwy: The Fourth Branch of the Mabinogi, . DIAS (Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies) View notes »
Huws, Daniel., 2000 Repr. 2002. Medieval Welsh Manuscripts, . University of Wales Press View notes »
Isaac, G. , Rodway, Simon., 2009. Rhyddiaith Gymraeg o Lawysgrifau'r 13eg Ganrif/ 13th Century Welsh Prose Manuscripts: Complete Texts, View Webpage » View notes »
Isaac, G. , 1929 - 2010. Prosiect Bartrum/Bartrum Project (Genealogies 300-1500), View Webpage » View notes »
Kapphahn, Krista 'Kit', 2010. Mead-Halls and Men-at-Arms: Problems of Dating and the Image of the Heroic Age, in: Creative Spaces: A Postgraduate Journal for the Creative Industries. pp. 18-30 View Webpage » View notes »
Koch, John T., Fulton, Helen, 2005. Why Was Welsh Literature First Written Down?, . pp. 15–31. Four Courts Press. View notes »
Lewis, Saunders, 1968. Pwyll Pen Annwn, in: Llên Cymru. pp. 230-233 View notes »
Lewis, Saunders, 1969. Math fab Mathonwy, in: Y Traethodydd. pp. 137-142 View notes »
Lewis, Saunders, 1973. Pwyll Pen Annwn, . pp. 1-6 View notes »
, , , , 1973. Meistri’r Canrifoedd: Ysgrijau ar Hanes Llenyddiaeth Gymraeg, . University of Wales Press View notes »
Mac Cana, Proinsias, 1958. Branwen Daughter of Llyr: A Study of the Irish Affinities and the Composition of the Second Branch of the Mabinogion, . University of Wales Press View notes »
McKenna, Catherine, 1980. The Theme of Sovereignty in Pwyll, in: BBCS. pp. 35-52 View notes »
, , 1962-4. Testun bardoniaeth y Tywysogion yn Llsgr (The Bardic Texts MSS. of the Princes, in: Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies. pp. 95-103 View notes »
Parker, Will, 2002. Gwynedd, Ceredigion and the political geography of the Mabinogi, in: NLW Journal. pp. 365 -396 View notes »
Petrovskaia, Natalia I., 2009. Dating Peredur: New Light on Old Problems, in: Proc. Harvard Celtic Colloquium View notes »
Petrovskaia, Natalia I., 2012. Oaths, Pagans and Lions: Arguments for a Crusade Sub-Narrative in Historia Peredur fab Efrawc, in: Poetica: An International Journal of Linguistic-Literary Studies 77. pp. 1-26 View Webpage »
Rodway, Simon, 2013. Dating Medieval Welsh Literature : Evidence from the Verbal System, . CMCS Publications View notes »
Rodway, Simon, 1998. A datable development in medieval literary Welsh, in: Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies. pp. 71-94 View notes »
Rodway, Simon, 2007. The Where, Who, When and Why of Medieval Welsh Prose Texts: Some Methodological Considerations, in: Studia Celtica. pp. 47-89 View notes »
Rodway, Simon, Russell, Paul, 2003. Two developments in medieval literary Welsh and their implications for dating texts, . pp. 67-74 View notes »
Rodway, Simon, 2011 -12. Notes on Weapons in Culhwch ac Olwen, in: Studi Celtici. pp. 177-83 View notes »
Rodway, Simon, Isaac, Graham, 2003. Rhyddiaith Gymraeg o lawysgrifau'r 13eg ganrif - CD-ROM (Welsh prose manuscripts of the 13th century), . Swansea, Aberystwyth, Bangor and Cardiff View notes »
Rodway, Simon, Isaac, Graham, 2002. Peniarth 06, View Webpage »
Rodway, Simon., 2004. The Red Book Text of “Culhwch ac Olwen”: A Modernising Scribe at Work, in: Studi Celtici. pp. 93-161 View notes »
Rodway, Simon., 2005. The Date and Authorship of Culhwch ac Olwen: A Reassessment, in: Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies. pp. 21-44 View notes »
Rodway, Simon., 2008 - 2009. A Welsh Equivalent to the Irish Fían?, in: Studi Celtici. pp. 191-96 View notes »
Rodway, Simon., 2009. Cymraeg vs. Kymraeg: Dylanwad Ffrangeg ar Orgraff Cymraeg Canol? ( Welsh vs. Kymraeg: French Influence on Middle Welsh orthography?), in: Studia Celtica. pp. 122-33 View notes »
Sims-Williams, Patrick., 1991. The Submission of Irish Kings in Fact and Fiction: Henry II, Bendigeidfran, and the Dating of The Four Branches of the Mabinogi, in: Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies. pp. 31-61 View notes »
Sims-Williams, Patrick., 2011. The Submission of Irish Kings in Fact and Fiction: Henry II, Bendigeidfran, and the Dating of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, . pp. 208-229 View notes »
Tolstoy, Nikolai, 2009; 2012. The Oldest British Prose Literature: The Compilation of the Four Branches of the Mabinogion, . The Edwin Mellen Press. View notes »
, , 1964 Gaeaf. The chronology of the White Book of Rhydderch on the basis of its Old French Graphical phenomena, in: National Library of Wales Journal. pp. 329-355 View notes »
Williams, Ifor, Williams, Ifor, 1930, 1964, 1994. Pedeir Keinc y Mabinogi, Allan o Lyfr Gwyn Rhydderch, . University of Wales Press View Webpage » 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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