8987.
O’Neill (Pamela) (ed.): Between intrusions: Britain and Ireland between the Romans and the Normans / edited by Pamela O’Neill.
SSCS, 7. Sydney: Celtic Studies Foundation, University of Sydney, 2004. 188 pp. (Sydney Series in Celtic Studies, 7).

Classifications:

8988.
Doyle (Denise): Brigit: from goddess to saint.
In Between intrusions (2004), pp. 14–21.

8989.
Grimmer (Martin): Memories of the Celts in Bede’s Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum.
In Between intrusions (2004), pp. 22–32.

8990.
Erskine (Kristen): A sense of place: sacred sites and assembly sites in Pictland.
In Between intrusions (2004), pp. 50–56.

8991.
Grigg (Juliana): Aspects of kingship in Pictland and early Scotland.
In Between intrusions (2004), pp. 57–70.

8992.
McLeod (Neil): The metalworking tradition in medieval Irish law.
In Between intrusions (2004), pp. 103–113.

8993.
McLeod (Neil): The blood-feud in medieval Ireland.
In Between intrusions (2004), pp. 114–133.

8994.
Wilson (David N.): Heroic epic as propaganda: the manipulation of honour in Táin bó Cúalnge.
In Between intrusions (2004), pp. 134–140.

8995.
Mews (Constant J.): The ambivalent image of Irish Christianity in Gerald of Wales.
In Between intrusions (2004), pp. 141–157.

8996.
Noone (Val): Culhane of Brunswick on early medieval Ireland.
In Between intrusions (2004), pp. 158–168.

8997.
Trindade (Ann): Future directions in early Irish studies.
In Between intrusions (2004), pp. 169–188.