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Series: Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies

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The Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies. Bwletin y Bwrdd Gwybodau Celtaidd by University of Wales.
The bulletin of the board of celtic studies, vol. I, part I, Oct. 19211/1
The bulletin of the board of celtic studies, vol. I, part II, May 19221/2
The Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies. Volume VI. Part 1. November 19316/1
The Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies. Volume VI. Part III. November 19326/3
The Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies. Volume VII. Part 1. November 19337/1
Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies, Vol 10, Part 310/3
The bulletin of the board of celtic studies, vol. XIX, part II, May 196119/2
Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies, Vol 2020
The bulletin of the board of celtic studies, vol. XXI, part IV, May 196621/4
The bulletin of the board of celtic studies, vol. XXV, part III, November 197325/3
The bulletin of the board of celtic studies, vol. XXVI, part III, November 197526/3
The bulletin of the board of celtic studies, volume XXVII, part III, November 197727/3
The bulletin of the board of celtic studies, volume XXVII, part IV, May 1978 by D. Ellis Evans27/4
The bulletin of the board of celtic studies, volume XXVIII, part I, November 1978 by D. Ellis Evans28/1
The bulletin of the board of celtic studies, volume XXVIII, part IV, May 1980 by D. Ellis Evans28/4
The Bulletin Of The Board Of Celtic Studies Vol. 3030

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An annual journal published in forty volumes between 1921 and 1993 by the University of Wales Press on behalf of the University of Wales Board of Celtic Studies. The BBCS contained scholarly articles on language and literature, history and law, and archaeology and art, mainly in English and Welsh, but with some in French or German. The BBCS was then merged with Studia celtica.

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