Cambro-Latin Compositions: Their Competence and Craftsmanship
Howlett charts a tradition of thought and composition from the fifth century to the thirteenth, proving by the sophistication of this literature that the Welsh never endured a 'Dark Age', maintaining Latin culture throughout the period in which it was lost elsewhere.
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Some CambroLatin Inscriptions on Stones from the Fifth
Two NinthCentury Writers
Hagiography and Prophecy in the Twelfth Century
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Alfred's alliteration Anglo-Latin Annales Cambriae Annals anno Annus Armenon Asser atque autem BCLL beginning Biblical style Bishop Book Britain British Britons Cambro-Latin Caradog Caradog of Llancarfan Celtic Latin Tradition chapter chiasmus chiastic Cogitosus composition CONCENN divide by extreme Domini ECMW eius ELISEG Eloe English enim Epilogue Excidio Britanniae Faustus filii filius fuit Geoffrey of Monmouth Gildas Gildas De Excidio haec Hiberno-Latin Historia Brittonum Howlett illi inclusive inscription insula Ioruert Irish king Lapidge Latin Writers Lifris lines manuscript mare mihi Moucan nunc passage Patrick Paulinus Pelagius prayer Prologue prose quae quam quia quod ratio Recension reges regis Regum Rhygyfarch rhyme rhythm Rolls Series Roman Saint Cadog Saint David Saxon sentence seventh century sicut stones suapte sunt syllables synizesis transl tribus uero uocatur usque Virgilius Maro Grammaticus Vita Sancti Dauid Welsh words divide Xpisti
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