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Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium, 12: 1992

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$15.00 • £12.95 • €13.50

ISBN 9781879095090

Publication Date: 12/13/2006


216 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

65 black and white line drawings

Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium


  • The Onomastic Legacy of Gaelic in Scotland [W. F. H. Nicolaisen]
  • Aerial Ships and Underwater Monasteries: The Evolution of a Monastic Marvel [John Carey]
  • The Erotics of Backgammon in Provençal and Irish Poetry [James E. Doan]
  • Goidil, Féni, Gwynedd [Eric P. Hamp]
  • Traddodiad y Celwydd Golau: The Welsh Tall Tale Tradition [Jerry Hunter]
  • The Odyssey of a Folktale: Merugud Uilix Meic Leirtis [Barbara Hillers]
  • The Symbology of Water in Irish Pseudo-History [Pamela Hopkins]
  • Madness and the Welsh Novel: A Reading of Saunders Lewis’ Monica [Melinda Gray]
  • The Origin of Irish Resonant Geminates and MacNeill’s Law [Lisi Oliver]
  • A Minimalist Approach to Some Problems of Irish World Order [Jonathan David Bobaljik and Andrew Hay Carnie]
  • Incomplete Subject Raising and Government: Deriving Welsh Surface Word Order [Elizabeth J. Pyatt]
  • Political and Cultural Change in the Seventeenth-Century House of Argyll and Clan Campbell [James A. Stewart, Jr.]
  • Women’s World: Threats and Prophecies, Lies and Revelations in Arthurian Romance and Medieval Irish Literature [Angelique Gulermovich]
  • Sacred Kingship among the Celts [Morten Warmind]
  • Love, Sex, and the Mercenary Soldier [Anne Lea]

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