Celtic (General)


compiled by Simon Taylor

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Isaac, Graham R., 2005, ‘Scotland’, in de Hoz, J., Lujan, E.R., Sims-Williams, P. (eds), 2005 New approaches to Celtic Place-Names in Ptolemy’s Geography (Madrid), 189-214

SurveysWatson CPNS, ch. XI ‘British names’ and ch. XII ‘British-Gaelic names’.

Nicolaisen, SPN, ch. 8 ‘P-Celtic names: Pictish and Cumbric’

Jackson in Thomson, Companion to Gaelic Scotland, under ‘Place-names, British and Pictish’.

Forsyth, K., 1997, Language in Pictland (Utrecht) [available on-line at http://eprints.gla.ac.uk/2081/01/languagepictland.pdf]

Koch, John T., 1983, ‘The Loss of Final Syllables and Loss of Declension in Brittonic’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 30, 201-33.

Jackson, K.H., 1955, ‘The Pictish Language’ in The Problem of the Picts, ed. F.T. Wainwright (reprinted Perth, 1980).

Nicolaisen, W. F. H., 1996, The Picts and their Place Names (Groam House Museum lecture publications, Rosemarkie).

Taylor, S., 2011, ‘Pictish place-names revisited’, in Pictish Progress: New Studies on Northern Britain in the Early Middle Ages, ed. Stephen T. Driscoll, Jane Geddes and Mark A. Hall (Leiden and Boston [Brill]), 67-118. [Published November 2010.]

Taylor, S., 2015, “‘StronPatnaHachalas or the Oxterhill’: place-names and language-contact in the Beauly area, Inverness-shire”, Journal of Scottish Name Studies 9, 63–82.