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Genetics, linguistics, and prehistory: thinking big and thinking straight
Many claims have been made linking ancient languages with genetically identified prehistoric and modern populations. There is much new ‘evidence’ and intense debate on the validity andExpand
Mechanising Historical Phonology
  • P. Sims‐Williams
  • Computer Science
  • Transactions of the Philological Society
  • 14 September 2018
Dating the Transition to Neo-Brittonic: Phonology and History, 400-600
Sims-Williams, P. (1990). Dating the Transition to Neo-Brittonic: Phonology and History, 400-600. In A. Bammesberger, & A. Wollmann (Eds.), Britain 400-600: Language and History. (Vol. 205, pp.Expand
The Celtic Inscriptions of Britain: Phonology and Chronology, c. 400-1200, Publications of the Philological Society, 37
Sims-Williams, P. (2002). The Celtic Inscriptions of Britain: Phonology and Chronology, c. 400-1200. Publications of the Philological Society, 37. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing. RAE2008
The Geography of Celtic Personal Names in the Latin Inscriptions of the Roman Empire
Raybould, Marilynne, and Sims-Williams, Patrick, The geography of Celtic personal names in the Latin inscriptions of the Roman Empire (Aberystwyth: CMCS publications, 2007) RAE2008
A Corpus of Latin Inscriptions of the Roman Empire Containing Celtic Personal Names
Raybould, M. and Sims-Williams, P. (2007). A Corpus of Latin Inscriptions of the Roman Empire containing Celtic personal names. Aberystwyth: CMCS publications. RAE2008
Some Celtic Otherworld Terms
Sims-Williams, P. (1990). Some Celtic Otherworld Terms. In A. T. E. Matonis, & D. F. Melia (Eds.), Celtic Language, Celtic Culture: A Festschrift for Eric P. Hamp. (pp. 57-81). Van Nuys, California:Expand
Dating the poems of Aneirin and Taliesin
Abstract Dieser Aufsatz behandelt, zum Teil im Vergleich mit frühirischer Dichtung, die kymrischen Gedichte, die traditionell den Dichtern Aneirin und Taliesin des sechsten Jahrhunderts zugeschriebenExpand
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