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• #### Adu6yn gaer yssyd: an Early Welsh Poem Revisited ﻿

(Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 2017-11-17)
The poem, Etmic Dinbych, preserved in the Book of Taliesin is a much anthologized poem about which much has been written – about both the poem itself and its historical context. For a poem that has been so studied a number ...
• #### Canyt oes aruer: Gwilym Wasta and the Laws of Court in Welsh Law ﻿

It is conventional to divide the manuscript tradition of Blegywryd redaction of the Welsh laws into two groups depending on whether they contain the Laws of Court and where the triads are positioned. It has long been ...
• #### Creating and Maintaining a Bespoke Database -- Lessons Learnt ﻿

(The Incremental project (Cambridge University Library), 2011-03-02)
Paul Russell (Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic, Cambridge) works with complicated early Irish glossaries with connections that are often fuzzy and phonetic rather than precise. When he went to create a database ...
• #### Defining Molecular Initiating Events in the Adverse Outcome Pathway Framework for Risk Assessment ﻿

(American Chemical Society, 2014-10-29)
Consumer and environmental safety decisions are based on exposure and hazard data, interpreted using risk assessment approaches. The adverse outcome pathway (AOP) conceptual framework has been presented as a logical sequence ...
• #### From plates and rods to royal drink-stands in $\textit{Branwen}$ and medieval Welsh law ﻿

This paper takes as its starting point the well-known passage in $\textit{Branwen}$ about the compensation for Matholwch and its relationship to the Iorwerth redaction of medieval Welsh law. It argues, first, that the text ...
• #### 'Go and Look in the Latin Books': Latin and the Vernacular in Medieval Wales ﻿

(Oxford University Press, 2017-04-27)
The Latin of medieval Wales has, it might be argued, been marginal to the concerns of the DMLBS in a number of respects. Geographically throughout the period with which the dictionary is concerned, Wales was marginal to ...
• #### Priuilegium Sancti Teliaui and Breint Teilo ﻿

(University of Wales Press, 2015)