Thornton (David Ewan)

Thornton (David E.): Clann Eruilb: Irish or Scandinavian?
In IHS 30/118 (Nov., 1996), pp. 161–166.
Thornton (David E.): Kings, chronicles and genealogies: reconstructing mediaeval Celtic dynasties.
In Family trees and the roots of politics (1997), pp. 23–40.
Uses Clann Cholmáin as a case study.
Thornton (David E.): Hey, Mac! The name Maccus, tenth to fifteenth centuries.
In Nomina 20 (1997), pp. 67–98.
Suggests an Irish origin.
Thornton (David E.): Early medieval Louth: the kingdom of Conaille Muirtheimne.
In JCLAHS 24/1 (1997), pp. 139–150.
Edition of a tract on the Conaille, based on MS RIA 23 P 2 with variant readings from RIA 23 P 12 and Leabhar Genealach; with textual notes.
Thornton (David E.): Orality, literacy and genealogy in early medieval Ireland and Wales.
In Literacy in medieval Celtic societies (1998), pp. 83–98.
Thornton (David E.): Who was Rhain the Irishman?
In StC 34 (2000), pp. 131–148.
On the possible identification of Roen, king of Meath, with Rhain the Irishman of the Welsh chronicles.
Thornton (David E.): Identifying Celts in the past: a methodology.
In HiM 35/2 (Spring, 2002), pp. 84–91.