Huws, Daniel. Medieval Welsh manuscripts

University of Wales Press/National Library of Wales, 2000. xvi, 352p., plates. Clean unmarked copy, dust jacket also in good condition.  ‘This book, the first ever to be devoted to the manuscripts that preserved the treasures of medieval Welsh literature, offers a fascinating introduction to the manuscript tradition in Wales. Welsh is one of the earliest literatures of Europe and, until about 1800, most of its classics, including the Mabinogion, the poetry of Dafydd ap Gwilym and the Welsh chronicles, were transmitted by manuscript’

£50.00, p&p extra. Cat no. 696.

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