|←Author Index: An||Edward Anwyl
|Welsh academic, specializing in Celtic languages. In 1892 became Professor of Welsh at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, and later appointed Professor of Comparative Philology. Knighted in July 1911.|
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- Welsh Accidence (1898)
- Welsh Syntax (1899)
- "The Philosophy of Primitive Christianity: or Thoughts on the Place of Christianity in its Historical Setting", published in the The Welsh Gazette (1905)
- Celtic Religion in Pre-Christian Times (1906)
Contributions to The Celtic Review
- Ancient Celtic Goddesses (July 1906) vol. 3, pp. 26–51
- Wales and Britons of the North (October 1907, January 1908) vol. 4, pp. 125–152, 248–273
- Obituary, The New York Times, 10 August 1914
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