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| University of Navarra (previously at Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies)|
Philology of Celtic languages
Onomastics, especially place-names
University of Cambridge, University of Oxford
Andrew Breeze (born 6 July 1954), MA, DipCeltStud, PhD, FSA, FRHistS, has been a profesor de filología at the University of Navarra since 1987.
Andrew Breeze Wikipedia
Breeze was educated at Sir Roger Manwood's School, the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge. He is married with six children.
Besides numerous research papers on philology, he is the author of Medieval Welsh Literature (Dublin, 1997) and The Origins of the "Four Branches of the Mabinogi" (Leominster, 2009). He is also co-author with Professor Richard Coates of Celtic Voices, English Places (Stamford, 2000).
In 2015, he published a paper identifying the locations of King Arthur's battles from the 9th-century Historia Brittonum, placing them all in Scotland and Northern England. Based on these identifications, he suggested that Arthur was a Briton from the Kingdom of Strathclyde who fought other Britons, rather than Anglo-Saxons. Other scholars have questioned his methods, which they believe are based on superficial resemblances between place names.
1997 Medieval Welsh Literature, Four Courts Press (ISBN 1-85182-229-1).
2000 (with Richard Coates; including a contribution by David Horovitz) Celtic Voices, English Places: Studies of the Celtic Impact on Place-Names in England, Stamford: Shaun Tyas; (ISBN 1 900289 41 5).
2008 The Mary of the Celts, Gracewing (ISBN 978 0 85244 682 9)
2009 The Origins of the "Four Branches of the Mabinogi", Gracewing (ISBN 978 0 85244 553 2)