Cambro-Latin Compositions: Their Competence and Craftsmanship

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Four Courts Press, 1998 - History - 170 pages
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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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Howlett, Bodleian Library, Oxford.

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