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ISNI: 
0000 0001 1648 6007
Name: 
Hurlstone Jackson, Kenneth
Jackson, K. H.
Jackson, Kenneth
Jackson, Kenneth H.
Jackson, Kenneth Hurlstone
Kenethus Hurlstone Jackson
Kenneth H. Jackson (Brits taalkundige (1909-1991))
Kenneth Hurlstone Jackson (British linguist)
Kenneth Jackson
Dates: 
1909-1991
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Aneirin
Aneirin (05..-05..))
Chadwick, N. Kershaw (1891-1972)
Chadwick, Nora Kershaw (1891-1972)
Gillies, William
Hull, Elizabeth
Iremonger, Valentin
McKerrell, Hugh
Sayers, Peig (1873-1958)
Small, Alan
Smith, Thomas Broun (1915-1988))
The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
Thomas, Charles (1928-)
University of Edinburgh
Wilson, David Mackenzie (1931- ))
Titles: 
Aislinge Meic Con Glinne
Aislinge Meic Conglinne
American vistas 1877 to the present
Angles and Britons : O'Donnell lectures
Cath Maighe Léna
Celt and Saxon : studies in the early British border
Celtic miscellany translations from the Celtic literatures, A
Celtica
Cities in american history
Common Gaelic : the evolution of the Goedelic languages.
Contributions to the study of Manx phonology.
Early Welsh gnomic poems.
Four local anecdotes from Harris
Gaelic notes in the Book of Deer, The
Gododdin: the oldest Scottish poem., The
historical phonology of breton, A
international popular tale and early Welsh tradition., The
Language and history in early Britain : a chronological survey of the Brittonic languages 1st to 12th c. A. D
oldest Irish tradition a window on the iron age., The
Primitive Irish u and b
Problem of the Picts. [By F. T. Wainwright, Stuart Pigott, R. W. Feachem, B. K. Stevenson et K. H. Jackson.] Edited by F. T. Wainwright
Requirements Engineering
Scéalta ón mBlascaod, 1998:
situation of the Scottish Gaelic language, and the work of the linguistic survey of Scotland, The
St. Ninian's Isle and its treasure.
Studies in early Celtic nature poetry
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