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Brady, Bernadette (2020) Mountains talk of kings and dragons, the Brecon Beacons. In: Space, Place and Religious Landscapes, Living Mountains. Bloomsbury Publishing, Oxford, pp. 173-190. ISBN 9781350079892

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Cornthwaite, Jessica (2023) In Response to David Barrowclough and John Hallam’s conclusions regarding ‘The Devil’s Footprints’ on Apronful Hill, Pendle: An investigation into the Brythonic identity of East Lancashire. Masters thesis, University of Wales Trinity Saint David.

Curry, Patrick (2021) The Experience of Enchantment and the Sense of Wonder. Green Letters, 25 (2). pp. 115-129. ISSN 2168-1414

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Fernandez, Carles-Enric (2012) Legends of the lakes of Wales : thematic classification and analysis. Masters thesis, University of Wales, Trinity St David.

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Gooding, Ruth (2022) Fruit of fascinating travel. William Alexander, The costume of China, illustrated in forty-eight coloured engravings (London: Published by William Miller, 1805). In: Treasures: the Special Collections of the University of Wales Trinity Saint David. University of Wales Press, Cardiff, pp. 164-169. ISBN 9781786839015

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O'Donnell, Laura (2011) ‘One of the nobelyst knyghtes of the worlde, and most perfitist man’: the role of Bors in Malory’s Morte Darthur. Masters thesis, University of Wales, Trinity St David.

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Rees, Rhian (2012) Perceptions of Annwn : the otherworld in the four branches of the Mabinogi. Masters thesis, University of Wales, Trinity St David.

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Scott, Alison Clare (2019) Particles and Waves: Poetic Responses to Place - Psycho-geography and/as practice. Doctoral thesis, University of Wales Trinity Saint David.

Shillaker, Jane C. (2021) An examination of Edward Lhwyd’s journey to Scotland in 1699 with particular reference to folk culture and language. Masters thesis, University of Wales Trinity Saint David.

Steenhuisen-Siemonsma, Maria Johanna (2022) Orbs in the skyscape: An exploration of spiritual experiences with anomalous light phenomena. Doctoral thesis, University of Wales Trinity Saint David.

Stone, Charlotte (2019) Brigid or Brigantia: A 'Pan-Celtic' Goddess in Profile. In: Posters in Parliament: British Conference for Undergraduate Researech (07/03/2019), 7 March 2019, London, Houses of Parliament.

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