Bibliographie de John Rhys : oeuvres majeures

par Spalding Lewis

Rhodes University


2015

Pour citer cet article

Lewis, Spalding, 2015. Bibliographie de John Rhys : oeuvres majeures in Bérose - Encyclopédie internationale des histoires de l’anthropologie, Paris, IIAC-LAHIC, UMR 8177.

Mots-clés

Seconde moitié du XIXe | Première moitié du XXe

1870-1872

- “The Luxembourg Folio”, Revue celtique, 1, pp. 346-375.

1871

- “Latin Words in Welsh”, The Academy, 2, p. 255.

1873

- “On Some of our British Inscriptions”, Archæologia Cambrensis, 4, p. 74.

1877

- Lectures on Welsh Philology, London, Trübner.

1882

- Celtic Britain, London, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge.

1887

- Rhys, John and Gwenogvryn Evans (eds.), The Text of the Mabinogion, Oxford, J. G. Evans.

1888

- Lectures on the Origin and Growth of Religion as Illustrated by Celtic Heathendom, London, Williams and Norgate.

1890

- “The Early Ethnology of the British Isles”, The Scottish Review, 15, pp. 233-252.
- “Traces of a Non-Aryan Element in the Celtic Family”, The Scottish Review, 16, pp. 30-47.
- “The Mythographical Treatment of Celtic Ethnology”, The Scottish Review , 16, pp. 240-256.
- Rhys, John and Gwenogvryn Evans, eds. The Text of the Bruts, Oxford, J. G. Evans.

1891

- Studies on the Arthurian Legend, Oxford, Clarendon Press.
- “The Peoples of Ancient Scotland”, The Scottish Review, 17, pp. 60-82.
- “The Spread of Gaelic in Scotland”, The Scottish Review, 17, pp. 332-349.
- “Certain National Names of the Aborigines of the British Isles”, The Scottish Review, 18, pp. 120-143.

1892

- Rhys, John and T. W. E. Higgens, “’First-Foot’ in the British Isles”, Folklore, 3, pp. 253-264.

1895

- “Epigraphic Notes”, Archæologia Cambrensis, 12, pp. 180-190.
- The Cassiterides”, The Academy, 1222, pp. 272-273.
- “Ireland and the Basques”, The Academy, 1226, p. 366.

1896

- “Rhiannon and ‘Pendaran’ in the Mabinogion”, The Academy, 1267, pp. 115-116.
- “Early Goidelic Sentences”, The Academy, 1276, pp. 285.

1900

- “Address of the President of the Anthropological Section of the British Association”, Science, 12, pp. 502-516.
- Rhys, John and David Brynmor-Jones, The Welsh people : Chapters on their Origin, History, Laws, Language, Literature and Characteristics, London, Fisher Unwin.

1901

- Celtic Folklore : Welsh and Manx, 2 vols., Oxford, Clarendon Press, reissued by London, Wildwood House Limited, 1980.

1904

- “British Museum : A Guide to the Antiquities of the Bronze Age in the Department of British and Mediæval Antiquities”, Modern Philology, 2, pp. 225-229.
- Celtic Britain, 3rd ed. revised, London, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge.