Craig Weatherhill

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Craig Weatherhill o istorior ha skrifer a Gernow.

Bewskrif[chanjya | pennfenten]

Esel a Gussel an Tavas Kernowek o ev. Y ober a gomprehendyas lyvrow war hendhyskonieth, henwyn tylleryow, ha mythys ha henhwedhlow Kernow. Ev a skrifas ynwedh romansow selyes war an henhwedhlow.

Obereth[chanjya | pennfenten]

  • The Principal Antiquities of the Land's End District (war-barth ha Charles Thomas ha P.A.S. Pool), Cornwall Archaeological Unit, 1980
  • Belerion: Ancient Sites of Land's End, 1981
  • Cornovia: Ancient Sites of Cornwall and Scilly, 1985
  • Myths and Legends of Cornwall (war-barth ha Paul Devereux), Wilmslow, Sigma Press[1], 1994
  • Cornish Place Names & Language, Wilmslow, Sigma Press, 2007 [1995], ISBN 1-85058-462-1
  • A Concise Dictionary of Cornish Place-Names (war-barth ha Michael Everson), Westport, Evertype[2], 2009
  • The Lyonesse Stone:
  1. The Lyonesse Stone, 1991
  2. Seat of Storms, 1997
  3. The Tinner's Way, 2011
  • Nautilus. A sequel to Jules Verne's Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Seas and The Mysterious Island, Westport, Evertype, 2009
  • The Place-names of the Land's End Peninsula, Heyl, Penwith Press[3], 2017, ISBN 978-1-9997775-0-0

Oberow treylys[chanjya | pennfenten]

  • Jowal Lethesow: Whedhel a'n West a Gernow, treylys dhe Gernowek gans N.J.A. Williams, Westport, Evertype, 2009

Notennow[chanjya | pennfenten]

  1. Gwiasva Sigma Press
  2. Gwiasva Evertype
  3. Gwiasva Penwith Press