Joseph F. Eska and Ellis D. Evans 2010

Joseph F. Eska and Ellis D. Evans. 2010. Continental Celtic. In Martin J. Ball and Nicole Müller (eds.), The Celtic languages, 28-54. London & New York: Routledge.

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