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  • Radnorshire: Discovery of ancient jewellery at Corregwynion Rocks, Nantmel, History of Radnorshire, 2nd. Edition 1859, published by J. Williams. ed. E. Davies. Brecknock (1905).*
  • Rahtz, P. and Watts, L. (1979): The End of Roman Temples in the West of Britain, in: Casey, the End of Roman Britain, pp. 183-201.*
  • Rahtz, Philip (2003): The Dobunnic Area in Post-Roman Times, in: Ecclestone, Gardner, Holbrook & Smith (eds.), The Land of the Dobunni, pp. 24-31.
  • Ralegh Radford, C.A. (1958): Vortigern, in: Antiquity 32, pp. 19-24.*
  • Redknap, Mark (1995): Early Christianity and its Monuments, : Green, M.: The Celtic World, pp. 737-778.*
  • Reece, R. (1994): 353, 367, or 357? Splitting the difference or taking a new approach?, in: Britannia 25, pp. 236-238.*
  • Reiss, Edmund (1968-9): The Welsh Versions of Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia, in: The Welsh History Review 4, pp. 97-127.*
  • Remfry, Paul (1998): Discovering the lost kingdom of Radnor, in: British Archaeology 34 (May), at: http://www.britarch.ac.uk/ba/ba34/ba34feat.html#remfry.*
  • Rhys, John and David Brynmor-Jones (1923): The Welsh People, (Greenwood Press, New York 1969).
  • Richards, J.D. (1995): An archaeology of Anglo-Saxon England, in: Ausenda, After Empire, pp. 51-74.*
  • Roberts, Brynley F. ed. (1971): Brut y Brenhinedd, Llanstephan MS 1 Version, Mediaeval and modern Welsh series 5, (Dublin).
  • Roberts, Brynley F. (1991): Culhwch ac Olwen, The Triads, Saints' Lives, in: Bromwich, R., Jarman, A.O.H., (ed.): The Arthur of the Welsh, pp. 73-96.*
  • Roberts, Brynley F. (1991): Geoffrey of Monmouth, Historia Regum Brittanniae and Brut y Brenhinedd, in: Bromwich, R., Jarman, A.O.H., (ed.): The Arthur of the Welsh, pp. 97-116.*
  • Robertson, A.J. ed. and trans. (1956): The Anglo-Saxon Charters, (Cambridge).
  • Rodwell, Warwick and Trevor Rowley et al (1975): Small Towns of Roman Britain, British Archaeological Reports (British series) 15.
  • Rohrbacher, David (2002): The Historians of Late Antiquity (Routledge, London).*
  • Rosenhaus, M.J. (1983): Britain between myth and reality: the literary-historical vision of Geoffrey of Monmouth's "Historia Regum Britanniae, (Ann Arbor).
  • Rowland, Jenny (1995): Warfare and Horses in the Gododdin and the Problem of Catraeth, in: Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 30, pp. 13-40.*
  • Rowley, Trevor (1975): The Roman Towns of Oxfordshire, in: Rodwell and Rowley, the Small Towns of Roman Britain, pp. 115-124.
  • Rowley, Trevor (1984): The Norman Heritage 1066-1200, (Aylesbury).*
  • Ryan, M. (1993): The Early Medieval Celts, in: Kruta, The Celts, pp. 621-637.*
  • Salway, Peter (1993): The Oxford illustrated History of Britain, (Oxford).*
  • San Marte, A.S. (1854): Gottfried's von Monmouth Historia Regum Britanniae, mit literar-historischer Einleitung und ausführlichen Anmerkungen, und Brut Tysylio, altwälsche Chronik in deutscher Uebersetzung, (Halle).* books in German
  • Schaffner, P. (1984): Britain's iudices, in: Lapidge and Dumville, Gildas: New Approaches, pp. 151-156.*
  • Schütte, S. (1995): Continuity problems and authority structures in Cologne, in: Ausenda, After Empire, pp. 163-176.*
  • Seal, John (1995): The Dark Age Saints of Somerset, Llanerch.*
  • Seebold, Elmar (1990): Was ist jütisch? Was ist kentisch?, in: Bammesberger and Wollman, Britain 400-600: Language and History, pp. 335-352.* books in German
  • Shadrake, Dan, Susanna Shadrake and Richard Hook (ill.) (1997): Barbarian Warriors, Saxons, Vikings, Normans, Brassey's History of Uniforms 7, (London).*
  • Sharpe, Richard (1984): Gildas as a Father of the Church, in: Lapidge and Dumville, Gildas: New Approaches, pp. 191-206.*
  • Sharpe, Richard (1990): Saint Mauchteus, discipulus Patricii, in: Bammesberger and Wollman, Britain 400-600: Language and History, pp. 51-63.*
  • Shirley-Price, L. trans. (1990): Bede: Ecclesiastical History of the English People, (Penguin Classics, St Ives).*
  • Simms, Katherine (1990): Images of Warfare in Bardic Poetry, in: celtica 21, pp. 608-19, at: http://www.celt.dias.ie/publications/celtica/c21.html.*
  • Sims-Williams, Patrick (1983): Gildas and the Anglo-Saxons, in: Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies 6, pp. 1-30.*
  • Sims-Williams, Patrick (1984): Gildas and vernacular poetry, in: Lapidge and Dumville, Gildas: New Approaches, pp. 169-190.*
  • Sims-Williams, Patrick (1990): Dating the Transition to Neo-Brittonic: Phonology and History, 400-600, in: Bammesberger and Wollman, Britain 400-600: Language and History, pp. 217-261.*
  • Sims-Williams, Patrick (1991): The Early Welsh Arthurian Poems, in: Bromwich, R., Jarman, A.O.H., (ed.): The Arthur of the Welsh, pp. 33-72.*
  • Sims-Williams, Patrick (1994-5): Historical Need and Literary Narrative: a Caveat from Ninth-Century Wales, in: The Welsh History Review 17, pp. 97-127.*
  • Smyth, Alfred P. (1984): Warlords and Holy Men, Scotland AD 80-1000, The New History of Scotland 1, (London).
  • Snyder, Christopher A. (1998): An Age of Tyrants, Britain and Britons AD 400-600, (Stroud).*
  • Snyder, Christopher A.Historical and Archaeological (1999): The Age of Arthur: Some Background, in: The Heroic Age 1, http://www.mun.ca/mst/heroicage/issues/1/haage.htm.
  • Stanley, E.G. (1990), 'Hengestes heap', Beowulf 1091, in: Bammesberger and Wollman, Britain 400-600: Language and History, pp. 51-63.*
  • Stenton, Frank (1943): Anglo-Saxon England, Oxford History of England 2, (Oxford repr. 1989).*
  • Stevenson, Joseph (1989): William of Malmesbury: The Kings before the Norman Conquest, (Lampeter).
  • Sutherland, A.C. (1984): The imagery of Gildas's De Excidio Britanniae, in: Lapidge and Dumville, Gildas: New Approaches, pp. 157-168.*
  • Swanton, M. ed. and trans. (1996): Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, (London).*
  • Swift, Ellen (2000): Regionality in Dress Accessories in the Late Roman West, Monographies Instrumentum 11, (Éditions Monique Mergoil, Montagnac).*
  • Swift, Ellen (2000): The End of the Western Roman Empire, An Archaeological Investigation, (Tempus, Stroud).*
  • Tanguy, B. (1989): De la Vie de Saint Cadoc à Celle de Saint Gurtiern, in: Études Celtiques 26, pp. 159-185.* book in french
  • Tatlock, John S.P. (1950): The Legendary History of Britain, Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Britanniae and its early Vernacular versions, (Berkeley).
  • Thomas, Charles (1979): Saint Patrick and Fifth-Century Britain: an Historical Model Explored, in: Casey, the End of Roman Britain, pp. 81-101.*
  • Thomas, Charles (1981): Christianity in Roman Britain to AD 500, (London repr. 1993).*
  • Thomas, Charles (1986): Celtic Britain, (London).*
  • Thompson, E.A. (1977): Britain, AD 406-410, in: Britannia 8, pp. 303-318.*
  • Thompson, E.A. (1979): Gildas and the History of Britain, in: Britannia 10, pp. 203-226.*
  • Thompson, E.A. (1980): Procopius on Brittia and Britannia, in: Classical Quarterly 30, pp. 498-507.*
  • Thompson, E.A. (1983): Fifth-Century Facts?, in: Britannia 14, pp. 272-274.*
  • Thompson, E.A. (1984): Saint Germanus of Auxerre and the End of Roman Britain, Studies in Celtic History 6, (Woodbridge).*
  • Thomson, R.L. (1991): Owain: Chwedl Iarlles y Ffynnon, in: Bromwich, R., Jarman, A.O.H., (ed.): The Arthur of the Welsh, pp. 159-170.*
  • Thorpe, Lewis (1966): Geoffrey of Monmouth: The History of the Kings of Britain, (Penguin Classics, St Ives).
  • Thorpe, Lewis (1974): Gregory of Tours-The History of the Franks, (Penguin Classics, St Ives).*
  • Todd, M. (1977): Famosa Pestis and Britain in the Fifth Century, in: Britannia 8, pp. 319-325.*
  • Tolkien, J.R.R. (1982): Finn and Hengest, the Fragment and the Episode, ed. Alan Bliss, (HarperCollins, repr. 1998).*
  • Tolstoy, Nikolai (1962): Nennius, Chapter Fifty-Six, in: The Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 19, pp. 118-162.*
  • Tolstoy, Nikolai (1983-4): 'Merlinus Redivivus', in: Studia Celtica 18/19, pp. 11-29.*
  • Tolstoy, Nikolai (1985): The Quest for Merlin, (Little & Brown)*
  • Trevor-Roper, Hugh R. ed. (1964): Essays in British History, presented to Sir Keith Feiling, (London).

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