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IRISH LEGAL HISTORY ARTICLES
Compiled by Deb Christianson and Vincent Salafia

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Ahlqvist, Anders (1983), Review of Law (1982), in Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies, vi, pp. 100-1.

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Armstrong, E.R.C. and Macalister, R.A.S. (1920), 'Wooden book with leaves indented and waxed found near Springmount Bog, Co. Antrim' in Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland [JRSAI],I, pp. 160-6.

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(Pseudo- )Augustinus Hibernicus, De mirabilibus sacrae scripturae in MPL, xxxv, cols 2149-200.

Bagnall, Roger S. (1982), 'Religious conversion and onomastic change in early Byzantine Egypt' in Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists, xix, pp. 105-24.

Bailie, M.L.G. (1980), 'Dendrochronology - the Irish view' in Cummt Archaeology, lxxiii, pp. 62-3.

Bardy, Gustave (ed.) (1950b), 'Constance de Lyon, biographe de saint Germain d'Auxerre' in Bardy (1950a), pp. 88-108.

Barlow, Frank (1994), Review of Flanagan (1989) in Peritia, viii, pp. 237-9.

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Beeson, Charles H. (1932), 'Insular symptoms in the commentaries on Vergil' in Studi Medievali, 3rd Series, v, pp. 81-100.

Bergin, Osborn, 'Irish Bardic Poetry', a lecture delivered before the National Literary Society, Dublin, 15 April 1912, Journal of the Ivernian Society, v, 1912-13, pages 153-66,203-19 (reprinted Dolmen Press, 1970)

Bergin, Osborn (1914), 'What brought the Saxons to Ireland' in Ériu, vii, pt. ii, p.244.

Bergin, Osborn (1930), 'The mythology of Lough Neagh' in Béaloideas, ii, pp. 246-52.

Bergmann, Werner (1993), 'Dicuils De mensura orbis terrae' in Butzer and Lohrmann (1993), pp. 525-37.

Bersu, Gerhard (1947), 'The rath in townland Lissue: report on the excavations in 1946' in Ulster Journal of Arhaeology, x, pp. 30-58.

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Bethell, Denis (1971), 'English monks and Irish reform in the eleventh and twelfth centuries' in Historical Studies, viii, pp. 111-35.

Bethell, Denis (1981), 'The originality of the early Irish church' in JRSAI; cxi, pp. 36-49.

Bieler, Ludwig (1950), 'The humanism of St Columbanus' in Mélanges Columbaniens (Paris), pp. 95-102.

Bieler, Ludwig (1954), 'The island of scholars' in Revue du Moyen Age Latin, viii, pp. 213-34.

Bieler, Ludwig (ed.) (1974), 'Muirchu's Life of St Patrick as a work of liternture' in Medium Aevum, xliii, pp. 219-43.

Binchy, D.A. (1936), 'Bretha Crólige' in Ériu, xii, pp. 1-77.

Binchy, D.A. (1938), 'Sick-maintenance in Irish law' in Éiriu, xii, pp. 78-134.

Binchy, D.A. (ed.) (1941), Crith Gablach (Medieval and Modern Irish Series, xi) (Dublin).

Binchy, D.A. (1952), 'The saga of Fergus mac Léti' in Ériu, xvi, pp. 33-48.

Binchy, D.A. (1954), 'Secular institutions' in Dillon (1954), pp. 52-65.

Binchy, D.A. (1955), 'Bretha Nemed' in Ériu, xvii, pp. 4-6.

Binchy, D.A. (1955b), 'Coibnes uisci thairidne' (Irish law tracts re-edited, i) in Ériu, xvii, pp. 52-85.

Binchy, D.A. (1956), 'Some Celtic legal terms' in Celtica iii, pp. 221-31.

Binchy, D.A. (1962a), 'Patrick and his biographers, ancient and modem', in Studta Hiberntca, ii, pp. 7-173.

Binchy, D.A. (1962b), 'The passing of the old order' in Ó Cuív (1962), pp. 119-32.

Binchy, D.A. (1966), 'Bretha Déin Checht' in Erlu, xx, pp. 1-66.

Binchy, D.A. (1968), 'Mellbretha' in Celtica, viii, pp. 144-54.

Binchy, D.A. (1971), 'An archaic legal poem' in Celttca, ix, pp. 152-68.

Binchy, D.A. (1973a), 'Distraint in Irish law' in Celttca, x, pp.22-71.

Binchy, D.A. (1973b), 'A text on the forms of distraint' in Celtica, x, pp. 72-86.

Binchy, D.A. (1975-76), 'Irish history and Irish law (I, II)' in Studia Hibernica, xv, pp. 7-36; xvi, pp. 7-45.

Binchy, D.A. (1982), 'Brewing in eighth-century Ireland' in Scott (1982), pp. 3-6.

Bischoff, Bernhard (1934), 'Die alten Namen der lateinischen: Schriftarten' in Philologus, lxxxix, pp. 461-5 [repr. Bischoff (1966-67, 1981), i, pp, 1-51.

Bischoff, Bernhard (1954), 'Wendepunkte in der Ire Geschichte der lateinischen Exegese im Fluhmittelalter' in Sacris Bnid..rl, vi, pp. 189-279 [repr. in Bischoff(1966-67, 1981), i, pp. 2O6-73J.

Bischoff, Bernhard (1955), 'Theodulf und der Ire Cadac-Andreas' in Historisches Jahrbuch, lxxiv, pp. 91-8 [repr. in Bischoff (1966-67, 1981), ii, pp.19-25].

Bischoff, Bernhard (1957a), 'Die Kolner Nonnenhandschriften und das Skriptorium von Chelles' in Karolingische Kunst. Werden, Wesen, Wirkung (Wiesbaden), pp. 395-411 [repr. in Bischoff(1966-67, 1981), i, pp. 16-34].

Bischoff, Bernhard (1957b), 'Il monachesimo irlandese nei suoi rapporti col continente' in Settimane di Studi del Centro ltaliano di Studi sull' Alto Medievo, iv, pp. l21-38 [repr. in Bischoff (1966- 67, 1981), i, pp. 195-205].

Bischoff, Bernhard (1958), 'Eine verschollene Einteilung der Wissenschaften' in Archives d'histoire doctrinale et littéraire du moyen age, xxv, pp. 5-20 [repr. in Bischoff (1966-67, 1981), i, pp. 273-88].

Bischoff, Bernhard (1961) 'Die europaische Verbreitung der Werke Isidors von Sevilla' in lsidorliana. Estudios sobre San lsidoro de Sevilla en el XlV centenario de su nacimiento (Léon), pp. 317-44 [repr. in Bischoff (1966-67, 1981), i, pp. 17l-94].

Bischoff, Bernhard (1966-67, 1981), Mittelalterliche Studien: Ausgewahlte Aufsatze zur Schriftkunde und zur Literaturgeschichte (3 voIs) (Stuttgart).

Bischoff, Bernhard (1977), 'Irische Schreiber im Karolingerreich' in Jean Scot Érigene et l'histoire de la philosophie (Actes des Colloques Intemationaux du CNRS, Laon 1975) (Paris), pp. 47-58 [repr. in Bischoff (1966-67, 1981), iii, pp. 39-54].

Bischoff, Bernhard (1988 [1991]), .Die "Zweite Latinitat" des Virgilius Maro Grammaticus und seine judische Herkunft' in Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch, xxili, pp. 11-16.

Bischoff, Bernhard and Bieler, Lugwig (1956), 'Fragmente zweier mittelalterlichen Schulbucher aus Glendalough' in Celtica, iii, pp. 216-20.

Bischoff, Bernhard and Lofstedt, Bengt (eds) (1992), Anonymus ad Cuimnanum, Expossitio Lalinitatis in CCSl, cxxxiii D (Tumhout) .

Bitel, Lisa M. (1990), Isle of the saints. Monastic settlement and Chrlstian community in early Ireland (Ithaca and London).

Blair, Peter Hunter (1939), 'Olaf the White and the Three Fragmenents of Irish annaIs' in Viking: Tidschrift for norron arkeolgi, pp. 1-27 [repr. in Lapidge and Blair (1984), chapter 1].

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Bliss, Alan and Long, Joseph (1987) Literature in Norman French and English to 1534, in Art Cosgrove (ed), A New History of Ireland ii 708-36 (Oxford).

Boe, Johannes (1940), 'Norse antiquities in lreland' in Shetelig (1940-54). iii, pp. 12-25.

Boll, Franz (ed.) (1909-20), Vorlesungen und Abhandlungen (3 vols) Bollandus, Iohannes (ed.) (1643-), Acta Sanctorum quotquot toto orbe coluntur, etc.

Bourke, Cormac (1991), 'The Blackwater shrine' in Dúiche Néill. Journal of the O Neill Country Historical Society, No. 6, pp. l03-6.

Bradley, John (1987), 'Recent archaeological research on the Irish town' in Jager (1987), pp. 321-70.

Bradley, John (ed.) (1988), Settlement and Society in medieval Ireland: Studies presented to Francis Xavier Martin O.S.A. (Kilkenny).

Bradley, John (1988), 'The interpretation of Scandinavian settlement in Ireland' in Bradley (1988a), pp. 49-78.

Bradley, John (1991), 'Excavations at Moynagh Lough, County Meath' in JRSAI; cxxi, pp. 5-26.

Breatnach, Liam (1984), 'Canon law and secular law in early Ireland: the significance of Bretha Nemed ' in Peritia, iii, pp. 439-59.

Breatnach; Liam (1989). 'The first third of Bretha Nemed toísech in Ériu, xl, pp. 1-40.

Breatnach, Pádraig A. (ed.) (1977), Die Regensburger Schlolttenlegende-Libellus de fundacione ecclesiae Consecrati Petri (Munchener Beitrage zur Mediavistik und Renaissanceforschung, xxvii) (Munich).

Breatnach, Pádraig A, (1984), Review of Law 1982) in Celtica, xvi,pp. 182-6.

Brooks,Eric St John (1941), Machtalewi, a Leinster chieftain, J Roy Soc Antiq Ire 7 pp. 53-55.

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Byrne, Francis John (1971), 'Tribes and tribalism in early Ireland' in Ériu, xxii, pp. 128-66.

Byrne, Francis John (1971), 'Ireland before the Norman invasion' in Moody (1971), pp. 1-15.

Byrne, Francis John (1974) , Senchas: the nature of Gaelic historical tradition' in Barry (1974), pp. 137-59.

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Byrne, Francis John (1980), 'Derrynavlan: the historical context' in JRSAI, clx, pp. 116-26.

Byrne, Francis John (1982), 'Varia III, 2 (cadessin)' in Ériu, xxxiii, pp. 167-9.

Byrne, Francis John (1982), 'Chronology (B) 432-1169' in Moody, Martin and Byrne (1982), viii, pp. 16-71.

Byrne, Francis John (1984), 'Genealogical tables' in Moody , Martin and Byrne (1984), ix, pp. 16-71.

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Candon, Anthony (1991), 'Barefaced effrontery: Secular and ecclesiastical politics in early twelfth century Ireland' in Seanchas Ardmhacha, xiv , pp. 1-25.

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Charles-Edwards, Thomas (1971), 'The heir-apparent in Irish and Welsh law' in Celtica, ix, pp. 180-90.

Charies-Edwards, Thomas (1972), 'Kinship, status, and the origin of the hide' in Past and Present, lvi, pp. 3-33.

Charles-Edwards, Thomas (1972), 'Note on common farming' in Hughes (1972a), pp. 61--4.

Charles-Edwards, Thomas (1980), Review of Binchy (1978) in Studia Hibernica, xx, pp. 141-62.

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