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  • Caerwyn Williams, J.E. (1991): Brittany and the Arthurian Legend, in: Bromwich, R., Jarman, A.O.H., (ed.): The Arthur of the Welsh, pp. 249-272.*
  • Campbell, James, ed. (1982)): The Anglo-Saxons, (Penguin, Oxford repr. 1991).*
  • Campbell, James (1982): The End of Roman Britain, in: Campbell, J. (ed.): The Anglo-Saxons, pp. 8-19.*
  • Campbell, James (1982): The Lost Centuries: 400-600, in: Campbell, J. (ed.): The Anglo-Saxons, pp. 20-44.*
  • Campbell, James (1986): Essays in Anglo-Saxon History, (London).
  • Campbell, James (1986): The Age of Arthur, review of John Morris, The Age of Arthur, (London 1973), in: James Campbell, Essays in Anglo-Saxon History, pp. 121-130.*
  • Carver, M. (1989): Kingship and material culture in early Anglo-Saxon East Anglia, in: Bassett, The Origins, pp. 141-158.*
  • Casey, P.J. et al (1979): The End of Roman Britain, British Archaeological Reports (British series) 71.*
  • Casey, P.J. (1979a): Magus Maximus in Britain, a reappraisal, in: Casey, the End of Roman Britain, pp. 66-79.*
  • Casey, P.J. (1993): The End of Fort Garrisons on Hadrians Wall: A hypothetical Model, in: Vallet et Kazanski, L'Armee Romaine, pp. 259-268.*
  • Chadwick, Hector Munro (1959): The End of Roman Britain, in: Chadwick, Studies in Early British History, pp. 9-20.*
  • Chadwick, Hector Munro (1959): Vortigern, in: Chadwick, Studies in Early British History, pp. 21-33.*
  • Chadwick, Hector Munro (1959): The Foundation of the Early British Kingdoms, in: Chadwick, Studies in Early British History, pp. 47-56.*
  • Chadwick, Nora K. et al (1958): Studies in the Early British Church, (Cambridge).
  • Chadwick, Nora K. et al (1959): Studies in Early British History, (Cambridge).*
  • Chadwick, Nora K.: A Note on the Name Vortigern, in: Chadwick, Studies in Early British History, pp. 34-46.*
  • Chadwick, Nora K.: A Note on Constantine, Prince of Devon, in: Chadwick, Studies in Early British History, pp. 56-60.*
  • Chadwick, Nora K. (1959): Intellectual Contacts between Britain and Gaul in the Fifth Century, in: Chadwick, Studies in Early British History, pp. 189-253.*
  • Chadwick, Nora K. (1959): A Note on Faustus and Riocatus, in: Chadwick, Studies in Early British History, pp. 254-263.*
  • Chadwick, Nora K. (1962): Bretwalda-Gwledig-Vortigern, in: The Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 19, pp. 225-230.*
  • Chadwick, Nora K. (1963a): Celtic Britain, (London, repr. 1989).*
  • Chadwick, Nora K. et al (1963a): Celt and Saxon, Studies in the Early British Border, (Cambridge).
  • Chadwick, Nora K. (1963b): The Conversion of Northumbria: A Comparison of Sources, in: Celt and Saxon, pp. 138-166.*
  • Chadwick, Nora K. (1963c): The Battle of Chester: A Study of Sources, in: Celt and Saxon, pp. 167-185.*
  • Chadwick, Nora K. (1963d): The Celtic Background of Anglo-Saxon England, in: Celt and Saxon, pp. 323-352.*
  • Chadwick, Nora K. (1969): Early Brittany, (Cardiff).
  • Chadwick, Owen (1959): The Evidence of dedications in the early History of the Welsh Church, in: Chadwick, Studies in Early British History, pp. 173-188.*
  • Chandler, John (1991): The Vale of Pewsey (West Country Landscapes), (Bradford on Avon).*
  • Charles-Edwards, Thomas (1989): Early medieval kingships in the British Isles, in: Bassett, The Origins, pp. 28-39.*
  • Charles-Edwards, Thomas (1991): The Arthur of History, in: Bromwich, R., Jarman, A.O.H., (ed.): The Arthur of the Welsh, pp. 15-32.*
  • Charles-Edwards, Thomas (1995): Language and Society among tne Insular Celts AD 400-1000, in: Green, M.: The Celtic World, pp. 703-736.*
  • Clarke, B. ed. and trans. (1993): Life of Merlin, Vita Merlini, (Cardiff).
  • Coates, Richard, Andrew Breeze and David Horovitz (2000): Celtic Voices, English Places, Studies of the Celtic Impact on Place-names in England, Shaun Tyas, Stamford.*
  • Codrington, Thomas (1903): Roman Roads in Britain, (London), at: http://www.ukans.edu/history/index/europe/ancient_rome/E/Gazetteer/Periods/Roman
    /Topics/Engineering/roads/Britain/.Texts/CODROM/home.html
  • Collingwood, Robin George and J.N.L. Myres (1937): Roman Britain and the English Settlements, (repr. 1961).
  • Colgrave, B. and Mynors, R.A.B., eds. (1969): Bede's Ecclesiastical History of the English People, (Oxford Clarendon Press, repr. 1979).
  • Copplestone-Crow, B. (1981-2): The Dual Nature of the Irish Colonization of Dyfed in the Dark Ages, in: Studia Celtica 16/17, pp. 3-24.*
  • Copley, Gordon J. (1954): The Conquest of Wessex in the Sixth Century, (London).*
  • Copley, Gordon J. (1958): An Archaeology of South-East England, A Study in Continuity, (London).*
  • Crick, Julia C. (1991): The Historia Regum Britannie of Geoffrey of Monmouth IV, Dissemination and Reception in the Later Middle Ages, (Cambridge).
  • Crittall, E. ed. (1973): A History of Wiltshire, vol 1,part 2, in: The Victoria History of the Counties of England, (Oxford), pp. 460-484.*
  • Cummins, W.A. (1995): The Age of the Pitcs, (Alan Sutton).*
  • Curley, Michael J. (1994): Geoffrey of Monmouth, (New York).
  • Dark, Kenneth R. (1985): The Plan and Interpretation of Tintagel, in: Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies 9, pp. 1-18.*
  • Dark, Kenneth R. (1992): A Sub-Roman Re-Defence of Hadrian's Wall?, in: Britannia 23, pp. 111-120.*
  • Dark, Kenneth R. (1993): Town or Temenos? A Reinterpretation of the Walled Area of Aquae Sulis., in: Britannia 24, pp. 254-255.*
  • Dark, Kenneth R. (1994): Civitas to Kingdom, British Political Continuity 300-800, Studies in the Early History of Britain, (Leicester).*
  • Dark, Kenneth R. (1995): Theoretical Archaeology, (London).*
  • Dark, Kenneth R. (1998): Centuries of Roman survival in the West, in: British Archaeology 32, http://www.britarch.ac.uk/ba/ba32/ba32feat.html#dark.*
  • Dark, Kenneth R. (2000): Britain and the End of the Roman Empire, (Tempus, Stroud).*
  • Dark, Kenneth R. and Petra Dark (1997): The Landscape of Roman Britain: (Sutton).*
  • Davies, J.L. and D.P. Kirby eds. (1994): Cardiganshire County History, vol. 1: From the Earliest Times tot the Coming of the Normans, published on behalf of the Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society and the RCAHW, (Cardiff).
  • Davies, J. L. and A.H.A. Hogg (1994): The Iron Age, in: J.L. Davies and D.P. Kirby (eds.): Cardiganshire County History vol.1, pp. 219-274.
  • Davies, John (1996): The Making of Wales, (CADW, Cardiff).*
  • Davies, R.R. (1979): Historical Perception: Celts and Saxons, (Cardiff).
  • Davies, Wendy (1978): An early Welsh Microcosm - Studies in the Llandaff Charters, Royal Historical Society Studies in History 9, (Royal Historical Society, London).
  • Davies, Wendy (1979): The Llandaff Charters, (The National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth).
  • Davies, Wendy (1979a): Roman Settlements and Post-Roman Estates in South-East Wales, in: Casey, the End of Roman Britain, pp. 153-173.*
  • Davies, Wendy (1982): Wales in the Middle Ages, (Leicester).
  • Davis, R.H.C. (1989): Did the Anglo-Saxons have Warhorses?, in: Hawkes, Weapons and Warfare, pp. 141-144.*
  • Deferrari, Roy J., ed. and trans. (1964): Orosius, Paulus: The Seven Books of History against the Pagans, The fathers of the Church vol. 50, (Washington DC).
  • Drinkwater, J.F. (1998): The Usurpers Constantine III (407-411) and Jovinus (411-413), in: Britannia 29, pp. 269-299.*
  • Dumville, David N. (1972-4): Some aspects of the chronology of the Historia Brittonum, in: Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 25, pp. 439-445.*
  • Dumville, David N. (1973): A new chronicle-fragment of early British history, in: English Historical Review LXXXVII, pp. 312-314.*
  • Dumville, David N. (1976): The Anglian collection of royal genealogies, in: Anglo-Saxon England 5, pp. 2-50.*
  • Dumville, David N. (1975-6): 'Nennius' and the Historia Brittonum, in: Studia Celtica 10/11, pp. 78-95.*
  • Dumville, David N. (1977): Sub-Roman Britain: History and Legend, in: History 112, pp. 173-192.*
  • Dumville, David N. (1977a): Kingship, genealogies and regnal lists, in: Sawyer, P.H.: Early Medieval Kingship, (Leeds), pp. 72-104.*
  • Dumville, David N. (1977b): Celtic-Latin texts in northern England, c.1150-1250, in: Celtica 12, pp. 19-49.*
  • Dumville, David N. (1977-8): The Welsh Latin Annals, in: Studia Celtica 12/13, pp. 461-467.*
  • Dumville, David N. (1982): Ths 'Six' Sons of Rhodri Mawr: A Problem in Asser's Life of King Alfred, in: Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies 4, , pp. 1-18.*
  • Dumville, David N. and Michael Lapidge et al (1984): Gildas: New Approaches, Studies in Celtic History 5, (Woodbridge).*
  • Dumville, David N. (1984): Gildas and Maelgwn: problems of dating, in: Lapidge and Dumville, Gildas: New Approaches, pp. 51-60.*
  • Dumville, David N. (1984a): The chronology of De Excidio Britanniae, Book 1, in: Lapidge and Dumville, Gildas: New Approaches, pp. 61-84.*
  • Dumville, David N. (1984b): Gildas and Uinniau, in: Lapidge and Dumville, Gildas: New Approaches, pp. 207-214.*
  • Dumville, David N. (1985): Late Seventh- oe Eight-Century Evidence for the British Transmission of Pelagius, in: Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies 10, pp. 39-52.*
  • Dumville, David N. (1986): The historical value of the Historica Brittonum, in: Arthurian Literature 6, pp. 1-26.*
  • Dumville, David N. (1989): Essex, Middle Anglia and the expansion of Mercia in the South-East Midlands, in: Bassett, The Origins, pp. 123-140.*
  • Dumville, David N. (1989a): The origins of Northumbria: some aspects of the British background, in: Bassett, The Origins, pp. 213-222.*
  • Dumville, David N. (1989b): The Tribal Hidage: an introduction to its texts ans their history, in: Bassett, The Origins, pp. 225-230.*
  • Dumville, David N. (1990): Histories and Pseudo-Histories of the Insular Middle Ages, (Aldershot).
  • Dumville, David N. (1990): Two Troublesome Abbots, in: Celtica 21, pp. 146-52, at: http://www.celt.dias.ie/publications/celtica/c21.html.*
  • Dumville, David N. (1993): Britons and Anglo-Saxons in the Early Middle Ages, (Aldershot).
  • Dumville, David N. et al (1993a): Saint Patrick, A.D. 493-1993, (Woodbridge).
  • Dumville, David N. (1995): The Idea of Government in Sub-Roman Britain, in: Ausenda, After Empire, pp. 177-217.*
  • Dyer, James (1981): The Penguin Guide to Prehistoric England and Wales, (Penguin).*

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