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Series: Studies in Celtic History

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Céli Dé in Ireland: Monastic Writing and Identity in the Early Middle Ages (Studies in Celtic History) by Westley Follett
Celtic Britain in the Early Middle Ages: Studies in Scottish and Welsh Sources by Kathleen Hughes
Christ in Celtic Christianity: Britain and Ireland from the Fifth to the Tenth Century (Studies in Celtic History) by Michael W. Herren
External contacts and the economy of Late Roman and Post-Roman Britain by K.R. Dark
From Kings to Warlords: The Changing Political Structure of Gaelic Ireland in the Later Middle Ages (Studies in Celtic History) by Katharine Simms
Gildas New Approaches (Studies in Celtic History) by Michael Lapidge
Gruffudd ap Cynan: A Collaborative Biography (Studies in Celtic History) by K. L. Maund
Heroic Saga and Classical Epic in Medieval Ireland (Studies in Celtic History) by Brent Miles
The Insular Latin Grammarians by Vivien Law
Ireland, Wales and England in the Eleventh Century (Studies in Celtic History) by K. L. Maund
Liturgy and Ritual of the Celtic Church (Studies in Celtic History) by F. E. Warren
Military Institutions on the Welsh Marches: Shropshire, AD 1066-1300 (Studies in Celtic History) by Frederick C. Suppe
The Monks of Redon : Gesta sanctorum Rotonensium and Vita Conuuoionis by Caroline Brett
The Present and the Past in Medieval Irish Chronicles (Studies in Celtic History) by Nicholas Evans
Royal inauguration in Gaelic Ireland c. 1100-1600 : a cultural landscape study by Elizabeth Fitzpatrick
Saint Germanus of Auxerre and the End of Roman Britain (Studies in Celtic History) by E. A. Thompson
Saint Patrick, A. D. 493-1993 by D. N. Dumville
Saints' Cults in the Celtic World (Studies in Celtic History) by Steve Boardman
St David of Wales: Cult, Church and Nation (Studies in Celtic History) by J. Wyn Evans
Understanding the universe in seventh-century Ireland by Marina Smyth
The church and the Welsh border in the central Middle Ages by Christopher Nugent Lawrence Brooke8
Columbanus: Studies on the Latin Writings (Studies in Celtic History) by Michael Lapidge17

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