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  • Muirghein
    From another list, something those here might have an interest in. ... YiS, Baintighearna Muirghein Dhaire Faoilciarach /|
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 8 11:22 AM
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      From another list, something those here might have an interest in.

      >To: <Celtic-Well@yahoogroups.com>
      >Date: Mon, 8 Apr 2013 12:28:34 -0400
      >Subject: ~Celtic Well > Welsh Law
      >
      >Just passing this along (from CSANA)
      >Ellen
      >@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
      >
      >
      >We are pleased to announce the Cyfraith Hywel website:
      >
      >www.cyfraith-hywel.org.uk
      >
      >Gwefan arbenigol yn edrych ar bob agwedd o Gyfraith Hywel. Ceir
      >llyfryddiaethau, trafodaethau, manylion am y llawysgrifau, adrannau
      >ar Ancient Laws, a llawer mwy. Mae'r gwaith hwn yn ffrwyth prosiect
      >ymchwil wedi ei harwain gan Dr Sara Elin Roberts, a chyda Bryn Jones
      >yn gynorthwy-ydd ymchwil; ariannwyd y prosiect gan Bwyllgor
      >Cyhoeddiadau ac Ymchwil Prifysgol Cymru, gyda'r gwaith o greu'r
      >wefan wedi ei ariannu gan y Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol. Mae'r wefan
      >hefyd yn cynrychioli gwaith Seminar Cyfraith Hywel, a bydd
      >cyhoeddiadau am gyfarfodydd y Seminar a phethau perthnasol yn cael
      >eu cynnwys ar y wefan o hyn allan.
      >
      >An academic website examining all aspects of medieval Welsh law.
      >Including bibliographies, discussions, details about the
      >manuscripts, sections on Ancient Laws, and much more. This work is
      >the result of a research project led by Dr Sara Elin Roberts, with
      >Bryn Jones as a research assistant; the project was funded by the
      >Publications and Research Committee of the University of Wales, with
      >the work of creating the website funded by the Coleg Cymraeg
      >Cenedlaethol. The website also represents the work of Seminar
      >Cyfraith Hywel, and announcements of the meetings of the Seminar and
      >related matters will be included on the website from now on.
      >
      >Ynghlwm mae cerdyn post i’w hysbysebu a chroeso i chi ei rannu.

      YiS,
      Baintighearna Muirghein Dhaire Faoilciarach /|\
    • Jody allen
      Thanks for the post... Jody 2013/4/8 Muirghein ... -- *RINGS TRUE RESEARCH - Historical Research, Fact Checking, History
      Message 2 of 2 , Apr 8 5:37 PM
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        Thanks for the post...

        Jody


        2013/4/8 Muirghein <wolfestead@...>

        > **
        >
        >
        > From another list, something those here might have an interest in.
        >
        > >To: <Celtic-Well@yahoogroups.com>
        > >Date: Mon, 8 Apr 2013 12:28:34 -0400
        > >Subject: ~Celtic Well > Welsh Law
        > >
        > >Just passing this along (from CSANA)
        > >Ellen
        > >@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
        > >
        > >
        > >We are pleased to announce the Cyfraith Hywel website:
        > >
        > >www.cyfraith-hywel.org.uk
        > >
        > >Gwefan arbenigol yn edrych ar bob agwedd o Gyfraith Hywel. Ceir
        > >llyfryddiaethau, trafodaethau, manylion am y llawysgrifau, adrannau
        > >ar Ancient Laws, a llawer mwy. Mae'r gwaith hwn yn ffrwyth prosiect
        > >ymchwil wedi ei harwain gan Dr Sara Elin Roberts, a chyda Bryn Jones
        > >yn gynorthwy-ydd ymchwil; ariannwyd y prosiect gan Bwyllgor
        > >Cyhoeddiadau ac Ymchwil Prifysgol Cymru, gyda'r gwaith o greu'r
        > >wefan wedi ei ariannu gan y Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol. Mae'r wefan
        > >hefyd yn cynrychioli gwaith Seminar Cyfraith Hywel, a bydd
        > >cyhoeddiadau am gyfarfodydd y Seminar a phethau perthnasol yn cael
        > >eu cynnwys ar y wefan o hyn allan.
        > >
        > >An academic website examining all aspects of medieval Welsh law.
        > >Including bibliographies, discussions, details about the
        > >manuscripts, sections on Ancient Laws, and much more. This work is
        > >the result of a research project led by Dr Sara Elin Roberts, with
        > >Bryn Jones as a research assistant; the project was funded by the
        > >Publications and Research Committee of the University of Wales, with
        > >the work of creating the website funded by the Coleg Cymraeg
        > >Cenedlaethol. The website also represents the work of Seminar
        > >Cyfraith Hywel, and announcements of the meetings of the Seminar and
        > >related matters will be included on the website from now on.
        > >
        > >Ynghlwm mae cerdyn post i’w hysbysebu a chroeso i chi ei rannu.
        >
        > YiS,
        > Baintighearna Muirghein Dhaire Faoilciarach /|\
        >
        >
        >



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