Bibliography of Celtic Mythology

Source: Prepared by James McKillop (Syracuse University) in connection with his Dictionary of Irish Mythology (1996) and supplied by him to RICORSO in March 1997.

Index
General
Ancient & Continental
Irish
Scottish Gaelic
Manx
Welsh
Cornish
Arthurian
General
  • Almqvist, Bo, Seamas Ó Cathain, and Padraig Ó Healaí, eds, The Heroic Process: Form, Function and Fantasy in Folk Epic. Dublin: The Glendale Press, 1987.
  • Anwyl, Edward, Celtic Religion in Pre-Christian Times. London: Constable, 1906.
  • Ashe, Geoffrey, Mythology of the British Isles. London: Methuen, 1990.
  • Baker, W. Buck, Celtic Mythological Influences on American Theatre, 1758-1875. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1993.
  • Birkhan, Helmut, Gennanen und Kelten bis zum Ausgang der Romerzeit. Vienna: Bohlau, 1970.
  • Brekilien, Yann, La mythologie celtique. Brussels: Marabout, 1981.
  • Briggs, Katharine, An Encyclopedia of Fairies. New York: Pantheon, 1976.
  • Brøgger, Neils Chr, Heltr og Halvguder hog Kelterne. Oslo: Ernst G. Martenens Forlag, 1961.
  • Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies, 1981
  • Celtica [Dublin], 1946-1960.
  • Celticum [Rennes], 1961-.
  • Chadwick, Hector Munra and Nora Kershaw Chadwick, The Growth of Literature, 3 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; New York: Macmillan, 1932-1940.
  • Chadwick, Nora, Celtic Britain. London: Thames and Hudson, 1963.
  • Chadwick, Nora, The Celts. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1970.
  • Chapman, Malcolm, The Celts. The Construction of a Myth. London: Macmillan; New York: St. Martin’s, 1992.
  • Charles-Edwards, T. M., Early Irish and Welsh Kinship. Oxford: Clarendon Press; New York:
  • Oxford University Press, 1993.
  • Clemen, Carl Christian. ‘Die Kelten’, in Religionsgeschichte Europas, vol. 1. Heidelberg: C. Winters 1926. Pp. 314-335.
  • Coarer-Kolandon, Edmond, Le Druidisme ou le Lumière de l’Occident. Paris: Editions et Publications premières, 1971.
  • Cunliffe, Barry, The Celtic World. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1979.
  • Davidson, H. R. Ellis, Myth and Symbols in Pagan Europe: Early Scandinavian and Celtic Religions. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1988.
  • Dillon, Myles and Nora Chadwick, Celtic Realms. London: Weidenfeld and Nicholson; New York: New American Library, 1967; rep. London: Cardinal, 1973.
  • Dixon-Kennedy, Mike, Celtic Myth and Legend: An A-Z of People and Places. London: Blandford, 1996.
  • Doan, James E, Women and Goddesses in Early Celtic History, Myth and Legend. Working Papers in Irish Studies, 87-4/5. Boston: Northeastern University, 1987.
  • Dottin, Georges, Les litteratures celtiques. Paris: Payot, 1924.
  • Dottin, Georges, La religion des Celtes. Paris: Bloud, 1904, 1908.
  • Duval, Paul-Marie, Les Celtes. Paris: Gallimard, 1977.
  • Ellis, Peter Berresford, Dictionary of Celtic Mythology. London: Constable, 1992.
  • Eluere, Christine, The Celts: First Masters of Europe. London: Thames & Hudson, 1993.
  • Etudes celtiques [Paris], 1936-.
  • Filip; Jan, Celtic Civilization and Its Heritage, tr. R. F. Samsour, 2nd ed. Prague: Artia, 1977.
  • Foss, Michael, Celtic Myth and Legends. London: Michael O’Mara; New York: Barnes & Noble, 1995.
  • Gassowski, Jerzy, Mithologia Celtow. Warsaw: Wydaw-A Artystyczne i Filmowe, 197g.
  • Gazetteer of the British Isles. Edinburgh: Bartholomew, 1972.
  • Gimbutas, Marija, The Goddesses and Gods of Old Europe, 6500 3500 B. C.: Myths and Cult Images. Berkeley and Los Angles: University of California Press, 1974.
  • Green, Miranda J, Celtic Goddesses: Warriors, Virgins and Mothers. London: British Museum, 1996.
  • Green, Miranda J. ed, The Celtic World. London, New York: Routledge, 1995.
  • Green, Miranda J, Celtic Myths. London: British Museum, 1993.
  • Green, Miranda J., ed, The Celtic World. London: Routledge, 1995
  • Green, Miranda J, Dictionary of Celtic Myth and Legend. London: Thames and Hudson, 1992.
  • Green, Miranda J, The Gods of the Celts. Gloucester: Alan Sutton; Totowa, N.J.: Barnes and Noble, 1986.
  • Green, Miranda J, Symbol and Image in Celtic Religious Art. London and New York: Routledge Chapman and Hall, 1989.
  • Green, Miranda J, Sun Gods of Ancient Europe. London: B. T. Batsford, 1991.
  • van Hamel, Anton G. ‘Aspects of Celtic Mythology’, in Proceedings of the British Academy, 20 (1934), 207-248.
  • van Hamel, Anton G, Mythe en historie in het oude lerland. Amsterdam: Noord-Hollandsche-Uitgevers Maatschappij, 1942.
  • Henderson, George, The Survival of Belief Among the Celts. Edinburgh: James MacLehose, 1911.
  • Alerder Lexikon: germanische und keltische Mythologie. Freiburg: Herder, 1990.
  • Herm, Gerhard, Die Kellen, das Volk aus dem Dunkel Kam. Dusseldorf and Vienna: Econ Verlag, 1975; The Celts: The People Who Came Out of lhe Darkness. London: Weidenfeld and Nicholson; New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1975.
  • Hubert, Henri, The Greatness and Decline of the Celts, tr; M. R. Dobie. New York: Knopf, 1934; rep., London: Constable, 1987.
  • Hubert, Henri, The Rise of the Celts, tr. M. R. Dobie. New York: Knopf, 1934; rep., New York: Dorset, 1988.
  • Jacobs, Joseph, Celtic Folk and Fairy Tales. London: David Nutt, 1892.
  • Jacobs, Joseph, More Celtic Folk and Fairy Tales. New York: G. P. Putnam’s, 1895.
  • Jacobsthal, Paul, Early Celtic Art. London: Oxford University Press, 1944.
  • Journal of Celtic Studies [Baltimore], 1949- 1958.
  • James, Simon, Exploring the World of fhe Celts. London: Thames & Hudson, 1993.
  • Kirfil, Willibald, Die dreiköpfige Gottheit. Bonn: F. Dummler, 1948.
  • Kirk, Robert, The Secret Commonwealth of Elves, Fauns, and Fairies. Published 1961; rep. Stirling: Mackay, 1933; London: Folklore Society, 1976.
  • Krappe, Alexander Haggerty, Balor with the Evil Eye; Studies in Celtic and French Literature. New York: Institut des Etudes Francaises, Columbia University, 1927.
  • Kruta, Venceslas, Otto-Herman Frey, Miklos Szabo, and Barry Raftery, The Celts. London: Thames and Hudson; New York: Rizzoli, 1991.
  • Laing, Lloyd and Jennifer Laing, Celtic Britain and Ireland: The Myth of the Dark Ages. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 1990.
  • Lambrechts, Pierre, Contributions a l’etude des divinites celtiques. Bruges: De Tenpel, 1942.
  • Lantier, Raymond. ‘Keltische Mythologie’, in Worterbuch der Mythologie, ed. H. W. Haussig. Stuttgart: E. Klett. 1 Abt., (5 Lieferung, c. 1966), pp. 99-162.
  • Leach, Maria, ed, Standard Dictionary of Folklore, Mythology, and Legend. New York: Funk and Wagnalls, 1950.
  • LeRoux, Frangoise, Introduction Generale de l’Etude de la Tradition Celtique. Yol. 13 of Celticum. Rennes: Ogam, 1967.
  • LeRoux, Françoise, Les Fetes Celliques. Rennes: Ouest-France, 1995.
  • LeRoux, Françoise & Christian-J. Guyonvarc’h, Les Druides, rev. ed. Rennes: Ouest-France, 1986.
  • Lindsay, Jack, Our Celtic Heritage. London: Weidenfeld and Nicholson, 1962.
  • Lochlann. A Review of Celtic Studies [Oslo], 1958
  • Lonigan, Paul R, The Druids: Priests of the Ancient Celts. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996.
  • Low, Mary, Celtic Christianity and Nature: The Early Irish and Hebridean Traditions. Belfast; Blackstaff Press, 1996.
  • MacBain, Alexander, Celtic Mythology and Religion. New York: Dutton, 1917.
  • MacCana, Proinsias, Celtic Mythology. London: Hamlyn, 1970.
  • MacCana, Proinsias. ‘Conservation, Innovation in Early Celtic Literature’, in Études celtiques, 13 (1972), 61-119.
  • MacCulloch, John A, Celtic. The Mythology of All Races, vol. 3, pp. 1-213. Ed. Louis H. Gray. Boston: Marshall Jones, 1918; rep., New York: Cooper Square, 1964.
  • MacCulloch, John A, The Celtic and Scandinavian Religions. New York: Hutchinson’s Universal Library, 1948.
  • MacCulloch, John A, Religion of the Ancient Celts. Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1911.
  • MacDougall, James, Folk and Fairy Lore in Gaelic and English, ed. George Calder. Edinburgh: Grant, 1910.
  • MacLean, Magnus, The Literature of the Celts, Its History and Romance. Edinburgh: T. and T. Clark; New York: Scribner’s, 1912.
  • MacNeill, John [Eoin] and A. C. Carney, Celtic and Teutonic Religions. London: Catholic Truth Society, 1935.
  • Maier, Bernhard, Lexikon der keltischen Religion und Kultur. Stuttgart: Alfred Kroner, 1994.
  • Markale, Jean, Celtic Civilization. London and New York: Gordon and Cremonesi, c. 1978.
  • Markale, Jean, Le Druidisme. Paris: Payot, 1985.
  • Markale, Jean, Mélusine, ou L’androgyne. Paris: Editions Retz, c. 1983.
  • Markale, Jean, Petit dictionnaire de mythologie celtique. Paris: Editions Entente, 1986.
  • Markale, Jean, La Tradition celtique. Paris: Payot, 1979.
  • Markale, Jean, Women of the Celts, tr. A. Mygind, P. Hauch, and P. Henry. London: Gordon Cremonesi, 1975.
  • Marx, Jean, Les littèratures celtiques. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1959.
  • Matonis, Ann T, and Daniel F. Melia, eds, Celtic Language, Celtic Culture: A Bestschrift for Eric P. Hamp. Van Nuys, CA: Ford and Baillie, 1990.
  • Matthews, John and Caitlin, Aquarian Guide to British and Irish Mythology. Wellingborough, UK: Aquarian Press, 1988.
  • Mordiern, Meven, Notennoù diwar-benn ar Gelted koz: o istor hag o sevenadur, tr. Abherve [pseud., Fransez Vallée], 3rd ed. Brest: Skridou Breizh, 1944.
  • Moreau, Jacques, Die Welt der Kelten. Stuttgart & Zurich: Kilpper, 1958.
  • Moscati, Sabatino et al., eds, The Celts. London: Thames & Hudson, 1992.
  • Norton-Taylor, Duncan, The Celts. Time-Life Emergence of Man Series. Amsterdam: Time-Life Books, 1975.
  • Ó Corrain, Donnchadh, Liam Breatnach and Kim McCone, eds, Sages, Saints and Storytellers: Celtic Studies in Honour of Professor James Carney. Maynooth: An Sagart, 1989.
  • O’Driscoll, Robert, ed, The Celtic Consciousness. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart; New York: Braziller, 1981.
  • Ogam; tradition Celtique [Rennes], 1948- .
  • Olmsted, Garrett S, The Gods of the Celts and the Indo-Europeans. Innsbruck: Verlag des instituts fur Sprachwissenshcaft die Universitat Innsbruck, 1994.
  • O’Rahilly, Cecile, Ireland and Wales, Their Historical and Literary Relations. London: Longman’s, Green, 1924.
  • Persigout, Jean-Paul, Dictionnaire de mythologie celtique. Monaco: Editions du Rocher, 1985.
  • Powell, T. G. E, The Celts. London: Thames and Hudson; New York: Praeger, 1958.
  • Price, Glanville, ed, The Celtic Connection. Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1991.
  • Raftery, Joseph, ed, The Celts. Cork: Mercier, 1967.
  • Rees, Alwyn and Brinley Rees, Celtic Heritage. London: Thames, 1961.
  • Reinhard, John Revell, The Survival of Geis in Medieval Romance. Halle: Niemeyer, 1933.
  • Revue Celtique [Paris], 1870-1934.
  • Rhys, John, Lectures on the Origin and Growth of Religion as Illustrated by Celtic Heathendo77l. The Hibbert Lectures, 1886. London: Williams and Nortgate, 1887; 3rd ed., 1898.
  • Rivoallan, A, Presence des Celtes. Paris: Nouvelle Librairie Celtique, 1957.
  • Rolleston, T. W, Myths and Legends of the Celtic Race. 2nd ed. London: Harrap 1911.
  • Rosen-Przeworska, Janina, Religie Celtow. Warsaw: Ksiazka i Wiedza, 1971.
  • Serbansco, Gerard, Les Celtes et les druides. Paris: Editions la Ruche Ouvriere, 1968.
  • Sjoestedt-Jonval, Marie-Louise, Dieux et Héros des Celts. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1940; Gods and Heroes of the Celts. Tr. M. Dillon. London: Methuen, 1949.
  • Snyder, Edward Douglas, The Celtic Revival in English Literature, 1760-1800. Cambridge: Harvard University Pres, 1923; rep., Gloucester: Peter Smith, 1965.
  • Spence, Lewis. A Dictionary of Medieval Romance and Romance Writers. London: Routledge; New York: E. P. Dutton, 1913; rep. New York: Humanities, 1962.
  • Squire, Charles, Celtic Myth and Legend, Poetry and Romance. London: Gresham, 1905; London: Constable, 1906; Chicago: Open Court, 1906.
  • Studia Celtica [Cardiff], 1966.
  • Sykes, Egerton, Everyman’s Dictionary of Non-Classical Mythlology. New York: Dutton, 1965.
  • Szabo, Miklos, The Celtic Heritage in Hungary, tr. Paul Aston. Budapest: Corvina, 1971.
  • Vendryes, Joseph, Choix d’études linguistiques et celtiques. Paris: Klincksieck, 1952.
  • Vendryes, Joseph, La religion des Celtes. [In] ‘Mana. ‘ Introduction 2 I’histoire les religions. Tome 2: Les religions de l’Europe ancienne, part 3. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1948, pp. 237-320.
  • Vries, Jan de, Keltische Religion. Stuttgart: W. Kohlhammer Verlag, 1961; La religion des celles, tr. by L. Jospin. Paris: Payot, 1963.
  • Wagner, Heinrich, Studies in the Origin of tSle Celts andl of Early Celtic Civilisation. Belfast, Tubingen: Niemeyer (for the Belfast Institute o rish Studies), 1971.
  • Westwood, Jennifer, Albion: A Guide to Legendary Britain. London: Grenada, 1985; Bridgeport, CT: Merrimack, 1986.
  • Withycombe, Elizabeth G, The Oxford Book of English Christian Names, 3rd ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1986.
  • Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie [Halle, 1897- 1941; Tubingen, 1953- ], 1897- .
  • Zimmer, Heinrich and Kuno Meyer, Die romanischen Literaturen und Sprachen, mit Einschluss des Keltischen. Berlin und Leipzig: B. G. Teubner, 1909.
  • Zwicker, Johannes, Fontes historiae religionis celticae. Berlin: de Gruyer, 1934-36.

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Ancient & Continental Celtic
  • Brogan, Olwen, Roman Gaul. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1953.
  • Brunaux, Jean Louis, The Celtic Gauls. Gods, Rites, and Sanctuaries. London: B. A. Seaby, 1988.
  • Dottin, Georges, La langue gauloise; grammaire, textes et glossarie. Paris: C. Klincksieck, 1920.
  • Drinkwater, J.F, Roman Gaul: The Three Provinces, 58 B. C-A.D. 260. London, Canberra: Croom Helm, 1983.
  • Duval, Paul-Marie, Les Dieux de la Gaule. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1957
  • Duval, Paul-Marie, Recueil des inscriptions Gauloises, 3 vols. Paris: Editions Centre national de la recherche scientif1que, 1985; 1 vol. Paris: CNRS, 1986.
  • Evans, D. Ellis, Gaulish Personal Names. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1967.
  • Fauduet, Isabelle, Atlas des sanctuaires romano-celtiques de Gaule: les fanums. Paris: Errance, 1993.
  • Grenier, Albert, Les Gaulois. Paris: Payot, 1945, 1970.
  • Harmand, Jacques, Les Celles au second age du fer. Paris: F. Nathan, 1970.
  • Hatt, Jean-Jacques, Celts anzl Gallo-Romans, tr. James Hogarth. London: Barrie and Jenkins, 1970.
  • Henig, Martin, Religion in Roman Britain. New York: St. Martin’s, 1984.
  • JullianX Camille Louis. ‘Keltic heathenism in Gaul’, in Cambridge Medieval History, 2 (1913), 459471.
  • Jullian, Camille Louis, Récherches sur la religion gauloise. Bordeaux: Feret & Ells, 1903.
  • Lambert, Pierre-Yves, La langue gauloise: description lingustique, com)nentaire d’inscriptions clzoises. Paris: Editions Errance, 1994.
  • Olmsted, Garrett S, The Gaulish Calendar: A Reconstruction. Bonn: R. Halbelt, i992.
  • Pobe, Marcel and J. Roubier, The Art of Roman Gaul. London: Gallery Press, 1961.
  • Ross, Anne, Everyday Life of the Pagan Celts. London: Batsford, 1970; republished as Tllle Pagan Celts, Totowa, NJ: Barnes and Noble Books, 1986.
  • Ross, Anne, Pagan Celtic Britain. New York: Columbia, 1967; 2nd ed. London: Constable, 1992.
  • Thomas, Charles, Celtic Britain. London: Thames & Hudson, 1986.
  • Watts, Dorothy, Christians and Pagans in Roman Britain. London, New York: Routledge, 1991.
  • Webster, Graham, The British Celts and Their Gods Under Rome. London: Batsford, 1986; rep. as Celtic Religion in Roman Britain. Totowa, NJ: Barnes and Noble, 1987.

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Irish
  • Andrews, Elizabeth, Ulster Folklore. London: E. Stock, 1913; rep., New York: E. P. Dutton, 1919.
  • Annals of the Four Masters, 2nd ed, edited by John O’Donovan, 7 vols. Dublin: Hodges and Smith, 1856.
  • d’Arbois de Jubainville, Henry, Cours de litterature celtique, 12 tom. Paris: Fontemoing, 18831902. Tom 2, Le cycle mythological irlandais et la mythologie celtique, 1884, translated by R. I. Best as Irish Mythological Cycle and Celtic Mythology. Dublin: Hodges Figgis; London: Simpkin, Marshall? 1903; rep., New York: Lemma, 1970.
  • Baumgarten, Rolf, Bibliography of Irish Linguistics and Literature, 1942-1971. Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1986.
  • Béaloideas; The Journal of the Folklore Society of Ireland [Dublin], 1928-.
  • Best, Richard Irvine, Bibliography of Irish Philology and of Printed Irish Literature to 1912. Dublin: H. M. Stationery Office, 1913; rep. Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1992.
  • Best, Richard Irvine, Bibliography of Irish Philology and Manuscript Literature, 1913-1941. Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1969.
  • Bjersby, Birgit M, H. The Interpretation of the Cuchulain Saga in the Works of W. B. Yeats. Uppsala Irish Studies Series, No. 1. Uppsala: Uppsala University Press, 1950.
  • Bruford, Alan, Gaelic Folk-Tales and Mediaeval Romances. Dublin: Folklore of Ireland Society, 1969.
  • Butler, Hubert, Ten Thousand Saints: A Study In Irish and European Origins. Kilkenny: Wellbrook Press, 1972.
  • Byrne, Francis John, Irish Kings and High Kings. London: Batsford, 1973.
  • Campbell, J. J., ed, Legends of Ireland. London: Batsford, 1955.
  • Carney, James, comp, Early Irish Literature. Cork: Mercier Press, 1966; binds together Eleanor Knott’s Irish Classical Poetry (1957) with Gerard Murphy’s Ossianic Lore (1955) and Saga and Myth in Ancient lreland (1955); cf. below.
  • Carney, James, Studies in Irish Literuture and History. Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1955.
  • Christiansen, Reidar Thoralf, Studies in Irish and Scandinavian Folktales. Copenhagen: Rosenkilde & Bagger, 1931.
  • Clark, Rosalind Elizabeth, Great Queens: Irish Goddesses from the Morrigan to Cathleen Ní Houlihan. Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe; Savage, MD: B & N Imports, 1990.
  • Coghlan, Ronan, Dictionary of Irish Myth and Legend. Bangor, Northern Ireland: Donard, 1979; rep. as The Pocket Dictionary of Irish Myth and Legend. Belfast: Appletree, 1985.
  • Colum, Padraic, ed. A Treasury of Irish Folklore. New York: Crown, 1954.
  • Condren, Mary, The Serpent and the Goddess: Women, Religion, and Power in Celtic Ireland. San Francisco: Harper and Row, 1989.
  • Croker, Thomas Crofton, Fairy Legends and Traditions of the South of Ireland. London: J. Murray, 1825; 2nd ed. London: J. Murray, 1838.
  • Croker, Thomas Crofton, Researches in the South of Ireland Illustrative of the Scenery, Architectural Remains, and the Manners and Superstitions of the Peasantry. London: John Murray, 1824; rep. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1969.
  • Cross, Tom Peete, Motif lndex of Early Irish Literature. Indiana Folklore Series, vol. 7. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1952.
  • Cross, T. P. and C. H. Slover, Ancient Irish Tales. New York: Henry Holt, 1936; rep., New York: Barnes and Noble, 1969.
  • Curtin, Jeremiah, Hero Tales of Ireland. London: Macmillan; Boston: Little, Brown, 1894.
  • Curtin, Jeremiah, Irish Folk Tales. Dublin: Talbot Press, 1944; rep. Dublin: Folklore Society of Ireland, 1967.
  • Curtin, Jeremiah, Myths and Folk-Lore of Ireland. London: Sampson Low; Boston: Little, Brown, 1890; rep., Detroit: Singing Tree, 1968.
  • Danaher, Kevin [Caoimhín Ó Danachair], Bibliography of Irish Folk Traditions and Ethnology. Dublin: Mercier Press, 1978.
  • Dames, Michael, Mythic Ireland. London: Thames and Hudson, 1992.
  • de Bhaldraithe, Tomas, English-lrish Dictionary. Dublin: Oifig an tSolathair, 1959.
  • de Blacam, Aodh, A First Book of Irish Literature. Dublin: Talbot Press; Educational Company of Ireland, 1934.
  • de Blacam, Aodh, Gaelic Literature Surveyed. Dublin and Cork: Talbot Press, 1929.
  • Delargy, J. H. ‘The Gaelic Story-Teller. With Some Notes on Gaelic Folk-Tales’, in Proceedings of the British Academy, 3I (1945), 177-221.
  • Danaher, Kevin, Folktales of the Irish Countryside. Cork: Mercier Press, 1968.
  • Danaher, Kevin The Year in Ireland. Cork: Mercier Press, 1972.
  • Dillon, Myles. ‘The Archaism of Irish Tradition’, in Proceedings of the British Academy, 35 (1947), 245-264; republished as a monograph, London: D. Cumberledge, 1948.
  • Dillon, Myles, The Cycles of Kings. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1946.
  • Dillon, Myles, Early Irish Literature. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1948.
  • Dillon, Myles, Early Irish Society. Dublin: Colm 6 Lochlainn, 1954.
  • Dillon, Myles, ed, Irish Sagas. Cork: Mercier, 1968.
  • Dinneen, Patrick S, Focl6ir Gaedhilge agus Bearla: An Irish-English Dictionary. Rev. Ed. Dublin: Educational Company, 1927.
  • Dinnseanchas [Dublin], 1961
  • Dottin, Georges, L’epopée irlandaise. Paris: Le Renaissance du livres, 1926; rep., Les Presses d’Aujourd’hui, 1980.
  • Drummond, William Henry, Ancient Irish Minstrelsy. Dublin: Hodges and Smith, 1852.
  • Dumezil, Georges, Le troisieme souverain; essai sur 1e dieu indo-iranian Aryaman et sur la formation de l’histoire mythique de lXirlande. Paris: G. P. Maisonneuve, 1949.
  • Éigse: a Journal of Irish Studies [Dublin], 1939-.
  • Ellis, Peter Berresford. A Dictionary of Irisl1 Mythology. London: Constable, 1987.
  • Ériu [Dublin], 1904-.
  • Fitzgerald, Walter, The Historical Geography of Early Ireland. London: G. Philip, 1925.
  • Flood, Joseph Mary, Ireland: Its Myths and Legends. Dublin: Talbot Press, 1916; rep., Port Washington: Kennikat, 1970.
  • Flower, Robin, The Irish Tradition. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1947.
  • Gantz, Jeffrey, ed. and tr, Early Irish Myths and Sagas. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1981.
  • Glassie, Henry, Irish Folktales. New York: Pantheon, 1985.
  • Gose, Eilliott B., Jr, The World of the Irish Wonder Tale. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1985.
  • Guyonvarc’h, Christian-J, ed, Textes mythologiques irlandaises. Rennes: Ogam-Celticum, 1981.
  • Harbison, Peter, Guide to the National Monuments of lreland. Rev. ed. Dublin: Gill, 1975.
  • Harbison, Peter. See Killanin, Lord (below).
  • Heaney, Marie, Over the Nine Waves: A Book of Irish Legends. London, Boston: Faber & Faber, 1994.
  • Heist, William, Vitae sanctorum Hiberniae ex codice olim Salmanticensi nunc Bruxellensi. Brussels: Societe des Bollandistes, 1965.
  • Herbert, Máire, Iona, Kells, and Derry. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1988.
  • Higgins, Jim, Irish Mermaids: Sirens, Temptresses, and Their Symbolism in Art, Architecture and Folklore. Galway: Crow’s Rock, 1995.
  • Hogan, Edmund I, Onomasticon Goedelicum, Locorum et Tribuum Hiberniae et Scotiae. Dublin: Hodges Figgis, 1910.
  • Hull, Eleanor, The Cuchullin Saga in Irish Literature. Grimm Library, No. 8. London: David Nutt, 1898; rep. New York: AMS Press, 1972.
  • Hull, Eleanor, A Textbook of Irish Literature, 2nd ed. 2 vols. Dublin: M. H. Gill, 1908.
  • Hyde, Douglas, An Sgeuluidhe Gaodhalach. London: David Nutt, n.d.; translated as Beside the Fire, tr. Douglas Hyde. London: David Nutt, 1910.
  • Hyde, Douglas, Legends of Saints and Sinners. Every Irishman’s Library. Dublin: Talbot Press; New York: F. A. Stokes, 1915.
  • Hyde, Douglas, A Literury History of Ireland. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1899; rep., New York: Barnes and Noble, 1967.
  • Hyde, Douglas, The Story of Early Gaelic Literature. New Irish Library, No. 6. London: T. Fisher Unwin: New York: P. J. Kennedy, 1903.
  • Jackson, Kenneth H, The Oldest Irish Tradition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1964.
  • Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland (includes fromer Kilkenny Hislorical and Archaeological Journa[) [Dublin], 1848-.
  • Joyce, Patrick Weston, Old Celtic Romances. London: Kegan Paul, 1879; rep., Dublin: Talbot Press, 1961.
  • Joyce, Patrick Weston, A Social History of Ancient Ireland . . . 2 vols. Dublin: M. H. Gill; London: Longman’s, 1903; rep., New York: Benjamin Blom, 1968.
  • Joyce, Patrick Weston, The Story of Ancient Irisll Civilisation. Dublin: M. H. Gill; London: Longman’s, 1907.
  • Joynt, Maud, Golden Legends of the Gael. Dublin: The Talbot Press, 1920.
  • Kavanagh, Peter, Irish Mythology: A Diclionary. 3 vols. New York: Privately Printed, 1958; rep. Newbridge, Co. Kildare, 1988.
  • Keating, Geoffrey [Seathrun Ceitinn], Forus Feasa ar Eririnn [lit. ‘A Sound Basis for a Knowledge of Ireland’]. Vol. I, ed. David Comyn, Irish Texts Society, 4, London: David Nutt, 1902. Vol.s II, III, IV, ed. Patrick S. Dinneen, Irish Texts Society, 8, 9, 15. London: David Nutt, 1908, 1914.
  • Kelleher, John V. ‘Early Irish History and Pseudo-History’, in Studia Hibernica, 3 (1963), 113-127.
  • Kelleher, John V. ‘Yeats’ Use of Irish Materials’, in Tri-Quarterly, 4 (1965), 115-125.
  • Kennedy, Gerald Conan, Irish Mythology: A Guide and Sourcebook. Killala, Ireland: Morrigan, 1991.
  • Kennedy, Gerry and Daragh Smith, Places of Mythology in Ireland. Killala, Ireland: Morrigan, 1989;
  • Kennedy, Patrick, Bardic Stories of Ireland. Dublin: M’Glashan and Gill, 1871.
  • Kennedy, Patrick, Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts. London: Macmillan, 1866; rep., Detroit: Singing Tree, 1968.
  • Kennelly, T. Brendan. ‘Modern Irish Poets and the Irish Epic.’ Unpublished dissertation, Trinity College, Dublin, 1967.
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  • Wilde, William Robert Wills, Sir, Irish Popular Superstitions: Readings in Popular Literture. Dublin: McGlashan; London: W. S. Orr, 1852.
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  • Wood-Martin, William, Traces of the Elder Faiths of Ireland; A Folklore Sketch; A Handbook of Pre-Christian Traditions. 2 vols. London: and New York: Longman’s, Green, 1902.
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  • Yeats, William Butler, ed, Irish Fairy Tales. London: T. Fisher Unwin; New York: Cassell, 1892.
  • Yeats, William Butler, ed, Irish Fairy and Folk Tales. New York: Modern Library, c. 1935 [contains selections from 1888 and 1892 collections].
  • Yeats, William Butler, ed, Fairy and Folk Tales of Ireland, intro. Kathleen Raine. Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1973 [reprints 1888 collection, pp. 1-289, and 1892 collection, pp. 299-389].
  • Yeats, William Butler, Writings on Irish Folklore, Legend and Myth, ed. Robert Welch, with glossary. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1993.

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Scottish Gaelic
  • Marjorie O. Anderson, Kings and Kingship in Early Scotland. Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press, 1980.
  • Black, George F, Macpherson’s Ossian and the Ossianic Controversy. New York: New York Public Library, 1926, 1927; see also John J. Dunn, ‘Macpherson’s Ossian and the Ossianic Controversy: A Supplemental Bibliography’, in Bulletin of the New York Public Library, 75 (1971), 465-473.
  • Buchan, Peter, Ancient Scottish Tales, ed. John A. Fairley. Peterhead: Buchan Field Club, 1908; rep., Darby, PA: Norwood Editions, 1973.
  • Cameron, Alexander, ed, Reliquiae Celticae, 2 vols. Inverness: Northern Chronicle Office, 1894.
  • Campbell, Archibald, Records of Argyll; Legends, Traditions, and Recollections of Argyllshire Highlanders, etc. Edinburgh and London: Blackwood, 1885.
  • Campbell, Archibald, ed, Waifs and Strays in Celtic Tradition, 4 vols. London: David Nutt, 1889-1891. See also John Gregorson Campbell, 1895, below.
  • Campbell, Hector, Luirgean Eachainn Nìll, Folktales From Cape Breton, ed. and trans. Margaret MacDonell and John Shaw. Stornoway: Acair, 1981.
  • Campbell, John Francis, Leabhar na Feinne, Heroic Gaelic Ballads. 1 vol [only issued]. London: Spottiswoode, 1872.
  • Campbell, John Francis, Popular Tales of the West Highlands Orally Collected, 4 vols. Paisley: Gardner, 1861; rep., London: Gardner, 1890-1893.
  • Campbell, John Gregorson, Clan Traditions and Popular Tales of the Western Highlands and Islands, ed. Jessie Wallace and Duncan MacIsaac; vol. 5 Waifs and Strays in Celtic Tradition. London: David Nutt, 1895; rep., New York: AMS Press, 1973.
  • Campbell, John Gregorson, Superstitions of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, etc. Glasgow: J. MacLehose, 1900; rep. Detroit: Singing Tree, 1970; New York: Benjamin Blom, 1971.
  • Campbell, John Gregorson, Witchoraft and Second Sight in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, etc. Glasgow: J. MacLehose, 1902; rep. Detroit: Singing Tree Press, 1970.
  • Carmichael, Alexander, comp, Carmina Gadelica, rev. ed., eds. J. Carmichael Watson and Angus Matheson. 5 vols. Edinburgh and London: Oliver and Boyd, 1928; vol. 6, ed. Angus Matheson. Edinburgh and London: Scottish Academic Press, 1971.
  • Dwelly, Edward, The Illustrated Gaelic-English Dictionary. 8th ed. Glasgow: Gairm, 1973.
  • Grant, K. W, Myth Tradition and Story from Western Argyll. Oban: The Oban Times Press, 1925.
  • Grassie, James, Legends of the Highlands of Scotland, from Oral Tradition. Inverness: J. Smith, 1843.
  • Guthrie, James Cargill, The Vale of Strathmore: Its Scenes and Legends. Edinburgh: Paterson, 1875.
  • Henderson, George, The Norse Influence on Celtic Scotland. Glasgow: James MacLehose, 1910.
  • Leach, MacEdward. ‘Celtic Tales from Cape Breton.’ Studies in Folklore in Honor of Distinguished Service Professor Stith Thompson, ed. W. Edson Richmond. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1957. Pp. 40-54.
  • Lauder, Thomas Dick, Highland Rambles, and Long Legends to Shorten the Way. Edinburgh: A. and C. Black, 1837.
  • Lauder, Thomas Dick, Legendary Tales of the Highlands. London: H. Coburn, 1841.
  • MacDonald, Alexander, Story and Song from Loch Ness-Side. Inverness: Northern Counties Newspaper, 1914; rep., Inverness: Gaelic Society of Inverness, 1982.
  • MacDonald, T. D, Gaelic Proverbs and Proverbial Sayings. Stirling: Eneas MacKay, 1926.
  • MacDougall, Betty, Folklore from Coll. Glasgow: Privately printed, 1978.
  • MacGregor, Alasdair Alpin Douglas, The Peat Fire Flame, Folk Tales and Traditions of the Highlands and Islands. Edinburgh: Ettrick Press, 1947.
  • MacGregor, Alexander, Highland Superstitions Connected with the Druids, Fairies, Witcheraft, Second-Sight, Hallowe’en, Sacred Wells and Lochs, etc. Inverness: A. and W. Mackenzie, 1891; rep., Stirling: Eneas MacKay, 1922.
  • MacKay, Charles, Legends of the Isles and Highland Gatherings, 2nd ed. London and New York: G. Routledge,.1857.
  • MacKenzie, Donald A, Scottish Folk Lore and Folk Life. London: Blackie, 1935.
  • Mackenzie, William Cook, The Western Isles; Their History, anzl Place Names. Paisley: Gardner, 1932; includes John Morrison’s (1787-1834) Traditions of the Western Isles pp. 77-249.
  • McLaren, Moray, The Shell Guide to Scotland. London: Ebury Press, 1972.
  • MacLauchlan, Thomas, ed. & tr, The Dean of Lismore’s Book, intro. by W. F. Skene. Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, 1862.
  • MacLennan, Malcolm. A Pronouncing and Etymological Dictionary of the Gaelic Language. Edinburgh: John Grant, 1925; rep. Stornoway: Acair; Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, 1979.
  • MacLeod, Calum I. N, Highland Scottish Folklore and Beliefs. Antigonish, Can.: Formac, 1975.
  • MacLeod, Calum I. N, Sgialachdan a Albainn Nuaidh. Glasgow: Gairm, 1969.
  • MacLeod, Calum I. N, Stories from Nova Scotia. Antigonish, Can.: Formac, 1974.
  • MacNeil, Joe Neil, Tales Until Dawn: The World of a Cape Breton Gaelic Story-Teller, tr. John Shaw. Kingston and Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1987.
  • MacNeill, Nigel, The Literature of the Highlanders. London: Lamley, 1892. Second edition, with additional chapter by John MacMaster Campbell. Stirling: Eneas MacKay, 1929.
  • Macpherson, James, The Poems of Ossian. Edinburgh: Geddes, 1896; published first serially under the title Fragments of Antient Poetry collected in the Highlands of Scotland, 1760-63.
  • MacRitchie, David, The Savages of Gaelic Tradition. Inverness: Northern Counties Newspaper and Print, 1920.
  • Martin, Martin, Description of the Western Islands of Scotland. 1703; rep., Glasgow: T. D. Morrison, 1884.
  • Miller, Hugh, Scenes and Legends of the North of Scotland, etc. Paisley: W. P. Nimmo, 1889; rep., New York: Arno Press, 1977.
  • Miller, Thomas Duncan, Tales of a Highland Village (Glenshee), on the Royal Route. Perth: Munro Press, 1925.
  • Morrison, John. See Mackenzie, W. C., above.
  • Pattison, Thomas, Selections from the Gaelic Bards. Glasgow: A. Sinclair, 1866.
  • Polson, Alexander, Our Highland Folklore Heritage. Dingwall: G. Souter; Inverness: Northern Chronicle, 1926.
  • Robertson, Ronald MacDonald, More Highland Folktales. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1964.
  • Robertson, Ronald MacDonald, Selected Highland Folktales. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1961.
  • Ross, Anne, The Folklore of the Scottish Highlands. London: Batsford, 1976.
  • Scottish Gaelic Studies [Aberdeen], 1928-.
  • [Shaw, Donald] ‘Glenmore’ [pseud.], Highland Legends and Fugitive Pieces of Original Poetry, etc. Edinburgh: Privately printed, 1859.
  • Sheddan, Hugh, The Story of Lorn, Its Islands and Oban. Oban: Oban Times, 1938.
  • Skene, William Forbes, Celtic Scotland - History of Ancient Alban. 3 vols. Edinburgh: Douglas, 1886.
  • Stewart, William Grant, The Popular Superstitions and Festive Amusements of t11e Highlanders of Scotland. Edinburgh: Constable, 1823.
  • Swire, Otta, The Highlands and Their Legends. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1963.
  • Swire, Otta, The Inner Hebrides and Their Legends. London: Collins, 1964.
  • Swire, Otta, The Outer Hebrides and Their Legends. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1966.
  • Swire. Otta, Skye: The Isle and Its Legends. New York: Oxford University Press, 1952.
  • Thomson, Derick S. ed, The Companion to Gaelic Scorland. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1983; 3rd. ed. Glasgow: Gairm, 1994.
  • Thomson, Derick S, Gaelic Sources of Macpherson’s Ossian. Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, 1952.
  • Thomson, Derick S, An Introduction to Gaelic Poetry. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, ‘1990.
  • Thomson, Derick S, The New English-Gaelic Dictionary. Glasgow: Gairm, 1981.
  • Tocher [Edinburgh, School of Scottish Studies], 1971-.
  • Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness, 1871-.
  • Warner, Gerald, Tales of the Scottish Highlands. London: Shepheard-Walwyn, 1982.
  • Withers, Charles W. J, Gaelic in Scotland, 1698-1981: The Geographical History of a Language. Edinburgh: John Donald, 1984.

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Manx
  • Broome, Dora, Fairy Tales from the Isle of Man. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1951.
  • Callow, Edward, The Phynodderee, and Other Legends of the Isle of Man. London: J. Dean, 1882.
  • Cashen, William, Manx Folk-Lore. Douglas: G. & L. Johnson, 1912; rep., Folcraft, PA: Folcraft Library Editions, 1977.
  • Cregeen, Archibald. A Dictionary of the Manks Language. Douglas: J. Quiggen, 1835.
  • Falconar, A. E. I, Celtic Tales of Myth and Fantasy. Port Erin, Isle of Man: Fannag Press, n.d. (c.1987).
  • Fargher, Douglas C, Fargher’s English-Manx Dictionary. Douglas: Shearwater, 1979.
  • Harrison, William, A Mona Miscellany; A Selection of Proverbs, Sayings, Ballads, Customs, Superstitions, and Legends Peculiar to the Isle of Man. Douglas, 1869.
  • Kelly, John, The Manx Dictionary. Douglas. Manx Society, 1866.
  • Killip, Margaret, The Folklore of the Isle of Man. London: Batsford; Totowa, NJ: Rowman and Littlefield, 1976.
  • Moore, Arthur W, Folk-Lore of the Isle of Man, etc. Douglas: Brown; London: David Nutt, 1891.
  • Moore, Arthur W, A Vocabulary of the Anglo-Manx Dialect. London: Oxford University Press, 1924.
  • Rhys, John. See under Welsh
  • Wood, William, Focklioar Galg-Baarla. Glasgow: MacLaurin, c. 1950.

Welsh
  • Barnes, Ronald, Great Legends of Wales. Gerrards Cross: Colin Smyth, 1991.
  • Bartrum. Peter C, A Welsh Classical Dictionary. People in History and Legend up to about AD 1000. Aberystwyth: National Library of Wales, 1993.
  • Bowen, Emrys George, Saints, Seaways and Settlements in the Celtic Islands. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1969.
  • Baring-Gould, Sabine, A Book of South Wales. London: Methuen, 1905.
  • Bromwich, Rachel and R. Brinley Jones, eds, Astudiaethau ar yr Hengerdd/Studies in Old Welsh Poetry. Caerdydd [Cardiff]: Gwasg Prifysol Cymru, 1978.
  • Bromwich, Rachel, ed., tr, Trioedd Ynys Prydain: The Welsh Triads. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1961; 2nd ed., 1978.
  • Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies, University of Wales [Cardiff], 1921-.
  • Coleman, Stanley Jackson, Lore and Legends of FlintsShire. Douglas, Isle of Man: Folklore Academy, 1956.
  • Coleman, Stanley Jackson, Radnorshire in Lore and Legend. Douglas, Isle of Man: Folklore Academy, 1956.
  • Davies, Trefor R, A Book of Welsh Names. London: Sheppard, 1952.
  • Earl, William, Welsh Legends; A Collection of Popular Oral Tales. London: J. Badcock, 1802.
  • Emerson. William, Tales from Welsh Wales, etc. London: David Nutt, 1894.
  • Evans, H. M. and W. O. Thomas, Y Geiriadur Mawr: The Complete Welsh-English, English-Welsh Dictionary. 10th ed. Llandysul: Davies, 1981.
  • Evans, Hugh, Y Tylwyth Teg. Liverpool: H. Evans, 1944.
  • Gruffudd, Heini, Welsh Personal Names. Talybont: Cyhoeddwyd, 1980.
  • Gruffydd, William John, Folklore and Myth in the Mabinogion. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1958.
  • Gruffydd, William John, Math vab Mathonwy. Cardiff: University of Wales Press~ 1928.
  • Gruffydd, William John, Rhiannon. An Inquiry into the Origins of the First and Third Branches of the Mabinogi. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1953.
  • Howells, William, Cambrian Superstitions, Composing Ghosts, Omens, Witcheraft, Traditions, etc. London: Longman, 1831.
  • Jarman, A. O. H. and G. R. Hughes, A Guide to Welsh Literature. 2 vols. Swansea: Christopher Davies, 1976-1979.
  • Jones, Mary Eirwin, The Folktales of Wales, 11th ed. Llandysul: Gomer Press, 1978.
  • Jones, Thomas Gwynn, Welsh Folklore and Folk-Custom. London: Methuen, 1930; rep., Cambridge: D. S. Brewer; Totowa, NJ: Rowman and Littlefield, 1979.
  • Lewes, Mary L, Stranger Than Fiction, Bein.g Tales from the Byways of Ghosts and Folklore. London: W. Rider, 1911.
  • The Mabinogi. Ed. and tr., Patrick K. Ford. Los Angeles: U. of California, 1977.
  • The Mabinogion, 3 vols. Ed. and tr., Lady Charlotte Guest [Schreiber]. London: Longmans, 18381849.
  • The Mabinogion. Ed. and tr., Gwyn Jones and Thomas Jones. London: Golden Cockerel Press, 1948; rep. London: Everyman’s Library, 1949.
  • Markale, Jean, I’Epopee celtique en Bretagne, 3rd ed. Paris: Payot, 1985.
  • Osborne, Linda Barrett, The Songs of the Harp: Old Welsh Folktales. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1976.
  • Owen, Elias, Old Stone Crosses of the Vale of Clwyd and Neighbouring Parishes, etc. London. B. Quaritch, 1886.
  • Owen, Elias, Welsh Folk-Lore: A Collection of Folk-Tales and Legends of North Wales, etc. Woodall: Minshall, 1896.
  • Owen, Trefor Meredith, Welsh Folk Customs. Cardiff: National Museum of Wales, 1959.
  • Parry, Thomas, A History of Welsh Literature, tr. H. Idris Bell. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1955.
  • Parry-Jones, Daniel, Welsh Legends and Fairy Lore. London: Batsford, 1953; rep. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1992.
  • Radford, Ken, Tales of South Wales. London: Skilton and Shaw, 1978.
  • Rhys, [sir] John, Celtic Folklore, Welsh and Manx. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1902. 2 vols.
  • Rowland, Jenny, Early Welsh Saga Poetry: A Study and Edition of the englynion. Cambridge: D. S. Brewer; Wolfboro, NH: Boydell-& Brewer, 1990.
  • Sikes, Wirt, British Goblins: Welsh Folk-Lore, Fairy Mythology, Legends, and Traditions, 2nd ed. London: Sampson Low, 1880; rep., Wakefield: EP, 1973.
  • Simpson, Jacqueline, The Folklore of the Welsh Border. London: Batsford; Totowa, NJ: Rowman and Littlefield, 1976.
  • Stephens, Meic, ed, The Oxford Companion to the Literature of Wales. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1986.
  • Sullivan, C. W., III, Welsh Celtic Myth in Modern Fantasy. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1989.
  • Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion [London], 1892-.
  • Trevelyan, Marie, Folk-Lore and Folk Stories of Wales. London: E. Stock, 1909.
  • Williams, Ifor, Lectures on Earl.y Welsh Poetry. Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944.

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Cornish
  • Baring-Gould, Sabine, Cornish Characters and Strange Events. London and New York: J. Lane, 1909.
  • Bottrell, William, Traditions and Hearthside Stories of West Cornwall. Penzance: W. Cornish 1870; rep., Newcastle Upon Tyne: Frank Graham, 1970.
  • Courtney, Margaret Ann, Cornish Feasts and Folk-Lore. Penzance: Beare and Son, 1890; rep., Wakefield: EP Publishing, 1973.
  • Crossing, William, Tales of the Dartmoor Pixies: Glimpses of Elfin Haunts and Amics. First published, 1890; rep., Newcastle Upon Tyne: Frank Graham, 1968.
  • Deane, Tony and Tony Shaw, The Folklore of Cornlvall. London: Batsford; Totowa, NJ: Rowman and Littlefield, 1975.
  • Dexter, Thomas Francis George, Cornwall: Land of the Gods. Truro: Jordan’s Bookshop, 1932.
  • Ellis, Peter Berresford, The Cornish Language and Its Literature. London: Routledge, 1974.
  • Harris, J. Henry, Cornish Saints and Sinners. London and New York: J. Lane, 1906.
  • Hunt, Robert, Popular Romances of the West of England; or, The Drolls, Traditions, and Superstitions of Old Cornwall, 3rd ed. London: Chatto and Windus, 1881; rep., New York: Benjamin Blom, 1968.
  • Jenkin, Alfred Kenneth Hamilton, Cornwall and the Cornish: The Story, Religion, and Folk-Lore of the ‘Western Land.’ London and Toronto: J. M. Dent, 1933.
  • Nance, R. Morton, An English-Cornish and Cornish-English Dictionary. 1952, 1955. Penzance: Cornish Language Board, 1978.
  • Padel, Oliver J, A Popular Dictionary of Cornish Place-Names. Penzance: Alison Hodge, 1988
  • Penny, Georgina, Witchery of the West: Some Legends of Cornwall. Penzance: The Cornish Library, n.d.
  • Quiller-Couch, Mabel, Cornwall’s Wonderland. London and Toronto: J. M. Dent, 1914.
  • Tregarthen, Enys, Piskey Folk: A Book of Cornish Legends. New York: John Day, 1940.
  • Weatherhill, Craig, Myths and Legends of Cornwall. Wilmslow, UK: Sigma Leisure, 1994.
  • Whitcombe, Mary Elizabeth, Bygone Days in Devonshire and Cornwall. London: R. Bentley and Son, 1874.

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Breton
  • Anson, Peter Frederick, Mariners of Brittany. London and Toronto: J. M. Dent; New York: E. P. Dutton, 1931.
  • Brett, Caroline, The Monks of Redon: Gesta sanctorum Rotonensium and Vita Conuuionis. Woodbridge, UK; Wolfeboro, NH: Boydell, 1989.
  • Delaporte, Raymond [Remon ar Porzh], Geriadur Brezhwoneg-Saozneg/Breton-English Dictionary, multi-volumed. Lesneven: Mouladuriou Hor Yezh, 1986 -.
  • Evans, Claude. A Dictionary of Old Breton, 2 vols. Toronto: Prepcorp, 1985, a translation of Fleuriot (1964), see below.
  • Falc’hon, François, Les noms be lieus celtiques. Rennes: Amoricaines, 1966.
  • Favereau, Francis, Dictionaire au Breton contemporain: Geriadur ar brezlsoneg a-vremen. Morlaix: Skol Vreizh, 1992.
  • Fleuriot, Leon, Dictionnaire du vieux breton, 2 vols. Paris: Klincksieck, 1964; cf. Evans (1985), above.
  • Fleuriot, Leon, Les Origines de la Bretagne: I’emigration. Paris: Payot, 1980.
  • Gostling, Frances M, 7he Bretons at Home, 3rd ed. London: Methuen, 1925.
  • Gourvil, Francis, Langue et littérature Bretonnes. Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 1952.
  • Guyot, Charles, The Legend of the City of Ys, tr. Deirdre Cavanagh. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1979.
  • Heard, John M, Four Legends of Brittany. Boston: B. Humphries, 1936.
  • Hemon, Roparz, Dictionnaire Francais-Breton. Brest: An Liamm, 1974.
  • Hemen, Roparz, Nouveau Dictionnaire Breton-Francais. Brest: An Liamm, 1973.
  • Jackson, Kenneth H. A Historical Phonology of Breton. Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1967.
  • Johnson, William Branch, Folktales of Brittany. London: Methuen, 1927.
  • Laurent, Catherine and Helen Davis, eds, Irlande et Bretagne: vingt siecles d’histoire. Rennes: Terre de Brume Editions, 1994.
  • La Villemarque, Hersart de, Barzaz Breiz; chantes populaires de la Bretagne. Paris: Charpentier, 1839. Translated by Torn Taylor as Ballads and Songs of Brittany. London and Cambridge: Macmillan, 1865, 1907, 1978; rep. Norwood, PA: Norwood Editions, 1976; also Henry Carrington, Breton Ballads. Edinburgh: Privately printed, 1886.
  • Le Braz, Anatole, The Land of Pardons, tr. F. Gostling. New York: Macmillan, 1906.
  • Le Gleau, R, Dictionnaire Classique Francais-Brelon, multi-volumed. Brest: An Liamm, 1983 -.
  • Luzel, Francois Marie, Celtic Folk-Tales from Armorica, tr. Derek Bryce. Llanerch, Wales: Llanerch Enterprises, 1985.
  • Luzel, Francois Marie, Contes populaires de la Basse-Bretagne. 3 vols. Paris: Maisonneuve et Le Clerc, 1887.
  • Luzel, Francois Marie, Guerziou Breiz-lzel. Chants populaires de la Basse-Bretagne. 2 vols. Lorient: E. Corfmat, 1868- 1874.
  • MacQuoid, Thomas Robert, Pictures and Legends from Normandy and Brittany. New York: Putnam, 1881.
  • Markale, Jean, La Tradition Cellique en Bretagne armorique. Paris: Payot, 1975.
  • Rinder, Edith Wingate, The Shadow of Arvor, Legendary Romances and Folktales of Brittany. Edinburgh: P. Geddes, 1892, 1987.
  • Sebillot, Paul-Yves, Le Folklore de la Bretagne. Paris: Payot, 1950.
  • Soupault, Re, Bretonische Volksmarchen. Dusseldorf: Diederichs, 1959; Breton Folktales, tr. Ruth Meuss. London: E. Bell, 1971.
  • Souvestre, Emile, Le foyer Breton: contes et recits populaires. Paris, 1853; much reprinted.
  • Spence, Lewis, Legends and Romances of Brittany. London: Harrap, 1917.

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Arthurian
  • Alcock, Leslie, Arthur’s Britain. London: Allen Lane, 1971.
  • Ashe, Geoffrey, A Guidebook to Arthurian Britain. London: Longman, 1980.
  • Bromwich, Rachel, A. O. H. Jarman, Brynley F. Roberts, eds, Ihe Arthur of the Welsh: The Arthurian Legend in Medieval Welsh Literature. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1991.
  • Brown, Arthur C, L. The Origin of the Grail Legend. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1943.
  • Bulletin bibliographique de la Société internationale arthurienne [Paris], 1949-.
  • Glennie, John Stuart, Arthurian Localities; Their Historical Origin, Chief Country, and Fenian Relations; with a Map of Arthurian Scotland. Edinburgh: Hertford, 1869. The volume collects appendices from The Early English Texts Society, vols. 10, 21, 36, and 112.
  • Grout, P. B., et alii., eds, The Legend of Arthur in the Middle Ages: Studies Presented to A. H. Diverres by Colleagues, Pupils, and Friends. Cambridge: Brewer, 1983.
  • Lacy, Morris J., ed, The Arthurian Encyclopedia. New York: Garland, 1985.
  • Littleton, C. Scott, From Scythia to Camelot. a Radical Reassessment of the Legends of King Arthur, the Knights of the Round Table, and the Holy Grail. New York: Garland, 1994.
  • Loomis, R. S., ed, Arthurian Literature in the Middle Ages. Oxford: Clarendon, 1959.
  • Loomis, R. S., Celtic Myth and Arthurian Romance. New York: Columbia, 1927.
  • Macalister, R. A. S., Two Arthurian Romances. Irish Texts Society, no. 10. London: David Nutt, 1910.
  • Markale, Jean, Le Roi Arthur. Paris: Payot, 1980.
  • Minary, Ruth and Charles Moorman, An Arthurian Dictionary. Chicago: Academy Chicago Publishers, 1990.
  • Tolstoy, Nikolai, The Quest for Merlin. London: Hamish Hamilton; Boston: Little-Brown, 1985.
  • West, G. D., An Index to Names in Arthurian Romances, 1150-1500. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1975.
  • Zimmer, Heinrich. ‘Keltische Beitrage, ‘ Zeitschrift für Deutsches Alterthum und Deutsche Literatur, 35 (1891), 1-173.

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