Generational Gaps and the Welsh Laws
This article offers a brief explanation of cultural and marital practices during the time periods under investigation, including
how generations are calculated with respect to these practices.
Minimum Age for Welsh Kingship in the Eleventh Century
Our analysis of "the age of maturity": at what age was an otherwise eligible heir deemed old enough to become the
The Bartrum "Welsh Genealogies"
Explaining the extant work, as compiled, which may not be chronologically stable.
A study in charting medieval citations
An example of how to construct chronologically stable pedigrees
The Evolution of the 'Padriarc Brenin' Pedigree
A technical analysis of the manner in which some medieval pedigrees were constructed and may not be of particular interest
to casual students of Welsh history.
Lluan ferch Brychan
An examination of how ancient citations
can morph into wholly different meanings, depending on the pre-determined views of later copyists