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As a leading journal in the field of Celtic Studies and published annually by the University of Wales Press, Studia Celtica represents the highest quality research within language, literature, history and archaeology. It is an internationally refereed journal that includes articles, short notes and book reviews. Contributions are received from Celtic experts around the world – from the USA, Australia, Scotland, Ireland and France. The lead editor, Professor Dafydd Johnston, is Director of the University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies.

Mae Studia Celtica, a gyhoeddir yn flynyddol gan Wasg Prifysgol Cymru, yn gylchgrawn awdurdodol ym maes Astudiaethau Celtaidd. Cynrychiola ymchwil o'r radd flaenaf ym meysydd iaith, llenyddiaeth, hanes ac archaeoleg. Mae'n gyfnodolyn rhyngwladol sy'n cynnwys erthyglau, nodiadau byr ac adolygiadau. Derbynnir cyfraniadau wrth arbenigwyr Celtaidd ledled y byd – o Unol Daleithiau'r America, Awstralia, Yr Alban, Iwerddon a Ffrainc. Y prif olygydd, Yr Athro Dafydd Johnston, yw Cyfarwyddwr Canolfan Uwchefrydiau Cymreig a Cheltaidd Prifysgol Cymru.

Publisher: University of Wales Press

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Volume 39, Number 1, January 2005

Pottery from Excavations at Tomen-y-Mur
pp. 1-8(8)
Author: Webster, Peter

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Pottery from the First Roman Fort at Gelligaer
pp. 9-15(7)
Author: Webster, Peter

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The Roman Fort at Caerau, Llangamarch: A Note
pp. 17-26(10)
Author: Webster, Peter

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A Late Bronze Age Hoard from Trevalyn Farm, Rossett, Wrexham: With Some Observations on Hoarding Practice and Gold Bracelet Weights
pp. 27-61(35)
Authors: Gwilt, Adam; Kucharski, Karina; Silvester, Robert; Davis, Mary

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Judgement under the Law of Wales
pp. 63-103(41)
Author: Smith, J. Beverley

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Owain Glyn Dŵr and the Uses of Prophecy
pp. 105-121(17)
Author: Fulton, Helen

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Bealtaine and Imbolg (Oimelc) in Cormac's Glossary
pp. 123-143(21)
Author: Williams, Éimear

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The Purpose of Culhwch and Olwen
pp. 145-167(23)
Author: Sturzer, Ned

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Verulamium, the Romano-British name of St Albans
pp. 169-176(8)
Author: Coates, Richard

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The Celtic Inscriptions of Bath
pp. 176-181(6)
Author: Mees, Bernard

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Welsh *Cynnwgl and Related Matters
pp. 181-188(8)
Author: Russell, Paul

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Early Modern Welsh Meisgyn
pp. 188-193(6)
Author: Driessen, C. Michiel

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Cyntefin Ceinaf Amser and Horace
pp. 193-199(7)
Author: Breeze, Andrew

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Old Irish fann 'Back-Door': a Possible Etymology
pp. 199-200(2)
Author: Lockwood, W. B.

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Sir Glanmor Williams 1920–2005
pp. 201-203(3)
Author: Morgan, Prys

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Adolygiadau – Reviews
pp. 205-213(9)

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