`Yn nediwn seint yn llinghedig, yn nediwn seint yn cor'


Gregor, D.B., Celtic: A Comparative Study, Oleander Press: Cambridge and New York (1980).
The original speculations on the nature of Brithenig are found in this book. The relevant pages are pages 36-40, and page 52, footnote 11.

Boyd-Bowman, Peter, From Latin to Romance in Sound Charts, Georgetown University Press, Washington D.C. (1980).

Canfield, D. Lincoln, and Davis J. Cary, An Introduction to Romance Linguistics, Southern Illinois University Press: Carbondale and Edwardsville (1975).

Elcock, W.D., The Romance Languages, Faber and Faber: London (1960). First edition, a second edition exists but I have not seen it.

Hall, Robert A. Jr, External History of the Romance Languages, Elsevier: New York, Oxford, Amsterdam (1974).

Hall, Robert A. Jr, Proto-Romance Phonology, Elsevier: New York, Oxford, Amsterdam (1976).

Jackson, Kenneth, Language and History in Early Britain, University Press: Edinburgh (1953).

Posner, Rebecca, The Romance Languages, University Press: Cambridge (1996).

Russel, Paul, An Introduction to the Celtic Languages, Longman: London and New York (1995).

Wright, Roger, Latin and the Romance Languages in the Early Middle Ages, Routledge: London and New York (1991).

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