Main bibliography

In alphabetical order

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Samuel, W. I., 'The Ancient Laws of Dyfed', The Pembrokeshire Historian: Journal of the Pembrokeshire Local History Society 3 (1971), 42-52.

Schofield, P. R., 'English Law and Welsh Marcher Courts in the Late Thirteenth and Early Fourteenth Centuries', in Wales and the Welsh in the Middle Ages: Essays Presented to J Beverley Smith ed. R. A Griffiths and P. R. Schofield (Cardiff, 2011), 70-88.

Seebohm, F., The Tribal System in Wales (London, 1895).

Shaw, P. A., 'Telling a Hawk from an Herodio: On the Origins and Development of the Old English Word Wealhhafoc and its Relatives', Medium Ævum 82 (2013), 1-22.

Sheringham, J. G. T., ‘Bullocks with Horns as Long as their Ears’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 29 (1981–82), 691–708.

Smith, J. B., 'Dower in thirteenth-century Wales: a Grant of the Commote of Anhuniog, 1273', Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 30 (1982–3), 348–55.

Smith, J. B., 'Dynastic succession in medieval Wales', Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 33 (1986), 199–232

Smith, J. B., 'Land endowments of the period of Llywelyn ap Gruffudd', Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 34 (1987), 150–64.

Smith, J. B., ‘England and Wales: The Conflict of Laws’, in M. Prestwich, R. H. Britnall and R. Frame (eds.), Thirteenth Century England VII: Proceedings of the Durham Conference 1997 (Woodbridge, 1999).

Smith, J. B., ‘Ynad Llys, Brawdwr Llys, Iudex Curie’, in The Welsh King and His Court (Cardiff, 2000),

Smith, J. B., ‘Judgment Under the Law of Wales’, Studia Celtica 39 (2005), 63–103.

Smith, J. B., and Smith, Ll. B., 'Wales: Politics, Government and Law', in S. H. Rigby (ed.), A Companion to Britain in the Later Middle Ages (Malden, 2007), 309-334.

Smith, Ll. B., ‘The Gage and the Land Market in Late-Medieval Wales’, The Economic History Review 29 (1976), 537–50.

Smith, Ll. B., ‘Tir Prid: Deeds of Gage of Land in Late-Medieval Wales’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 27 (1976–78), 263–77.

Smith, Ll. B., ‘The Statute of Wales, 1284’, Welsh History Review 10 (1980), 127–54.

Smith, Ll. B., 'The Gravamina of the Community of Gwynedd against Llywelyn ap Gruffydd', Bwletin y Bwrdd Gwybodau Celtaidd 31 (1984), 158-76.

Smith, Ll. B., ‘‘Cannwyll Dibwyll a Dosbarth’: Gwŷr Cyfraith Ceredigion Yn Yr Oesoedd Canol Diweddar’, Ceredigion 10 (1986), 229–53.

Smith, Ll. B., ‘Disputes and Settlements in Medieval Wales: The Role of Arbitration’, English Historical Review 106 (1991), 835–60.

Smith, Ll. B., ‘Proofs of Age in Medieval Wales’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 38 (1991), 134–44.

Smith, Ll. B., ‘Fosterage and God-parenthood: Ritual and Fictive Kinship in Medieval Wales’, Welsh History Review 16 (1992), 1–35.

Smith, Ll. B., ‘Wales: Politics, Government and Law’, in S. H. Rigby (ed.), A Companion to Britain in the Later Middle Ages (Oxford, 2003), 309–34.

Smith, Ll. B., ‘A View from an Ecclesiastical Court: Mobility and Marriage in a Border Society at the End of the Middle Ages’, in R. R. Davies and G. H. Jenkins (eds.), From Medieval to Modern Wales: Historical Essays in Honour of Kenneth O. Morgan and Ralph A. Griffiths (Cardiff, 2004), 64–80.

Smith, Ll. B., ‘A Contribution to the History of ‘Galanas’ in Late-Medieval Wales’, Studia Celtica 43 (2009), 87–94.

Smith, Ll. B., 'Family, Land and Inheritance in Late Medieval Wales: A Case Study of Llannerch in the Lordship of Dyffryn Clwyd', Welsh History Review 27 (2014), 417-458.

Stacey, R. C., ‘The Archaic Core of Llyfr Iorwerth’, in Lawyers and Laymen (Cardiff, 1986), 15–46.

Stacey, R. C., ed. and trans., ‘Translation of the Old Irish Tract Berrad Airechta’, in Lawyers and Laymen (Cardiff, 1986), 210–233.

Stacey, R. C., ‘Ties that Bind: Immunities in Irish and Welsh Law’, Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies 20 (1990), 39–57. A copy may be purchased HERE.

Stacey, R. C., The Road to Judgement: From Custom to Court in Medieval Ireland and Wales (Philadelphia, 1994).

Stacey, R. C., ‘King, Queen and Edling in the Laws of Court’, in The Welsh King and His Court (Cardiff, 2000), 29–62.

Stacey, R. C., ‘Clothes Talk from Medieval Wales’, in The Welsh King and His Court (Cardiff, 2000), 338–46.

Stacey, R. C., ‘Divorce, Medieval Welsh Style’, Speculum 77 (2002), 1107–27.

Stacey, R. C., ‘Speaking in Riddles’, in P. Ní Chatháin and M. Richter (eds.), Ireland and Europe in the Early Middle Ages: Texts and Transmission/Irland und Europa im fruheren Mittelalter:Texte und Uberlieferung (Four Courts Press, Dublin, 2002), 243–48.

Stacey, R. C., ‘Welsh Law (Native and Canon)’ in D. Loades (ed.), Reader’s Guide to British History (New York and London, 2003), 1348–49.

Stacey, R. C., ‘Learning to Plead in Medieval Welsh Law’, Studia Celtica 38 (2004), 107–24.

Stacey, R. C., ‘Instructional Riddles in Welsh Law’, in L. Jones and J. F. Nagy (eds.), Heroic Poets and Poetic Heroes: A Festschrift for Patrick K. Ford (Dublin, 2004), 336–43.

Stacey, R. C., ‘Law and Literature in Ireland and Wales’ in H. Fulton (ed.), Literature and Society in the Celtic Lands (Dublin, 2005), 65–82.

Stacey, R. C., ‘Hywel in the World’, Haskins Society Journal 20 (2008), 175–203.

Stacey, R. C., ‘Legal Writing in Medieval Wales: Damweiniau I’ in T. M. Charles-Edwards and R. J. W. Evans (eds.), Wales and the Wider World: Welsh History in an International Context (Oxford, 2011), 57–85.

Stephenson, D., The Governance of Gwynedd (Cardiff, 1984).

Stephenson, D., ‘The Laws of Court: Past Reality or Present Ideal?’, in The Welsh King and His Court (Cardiff, 2000), 400–14.

Stephenson, D., Thirteenth Century Welsh Law Courts: Some Notes on Procedure and Personnel (Pamffledi Cyfraith Hywel, Aberystwyth, 1980).

Stephenson, D., 'The Middle Ages in the pages of the Montgomeryshire Collections: some re-considerations', Montgomeryshire Collections 100 (2012), 67-86.

Stoker, D., ‘William Wotton’s Exile and Redemption: an Account of the Genesis and Publication of Leges Wallicae, Welsh Book Studies 7 (2006), 7–106.

Stubbs, W. and A. W. Haddan, (eds.), Councils and Ecclesiastical Documents Relating to Great Britain and Ireland (3 Vol., London, 1869–71).

Thornton, D. E., ‘The Death of Hywel Dda: A Note’, Welsh History Review 20 (2001), 743–49.

Thurneysen, R., ‘Celtic Law’, in Celtic Law Papers (Brussels, 1973), 49–70.
A copy can be bought here.

Various, Aberystwyth Studies – the Hywel Dda Millenary Volume, Vol. X (1928).

Vinogradoff, P., The Growth of the Manor (London, 1905).

Vinogradoff, P. and F. Morgan (eds.), Survey of Denbigh (London, 1914).

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