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  History of Britain, 407-597.
  
Introduction
  
Book I: The world of Saint Gildas
  1.1:
Gildas sapiens and his sapientia
  1.2:
Gildas' history re-examined: Rome and the deceitful she-monster
  1.3:
Sixth-century fact and Gildas
  1.4:
The five tyrants: Cuneglasus, Aurelius Caninus, Constantine and Vortiporius
  1.5:
The five tyrants: Maglocunus and the north
  1.6:
British kings as tyrants
  1.7:
Resurgent Celticism: Function and power of Gildas' kings  
  
Book II: Legends and history of the end of Roman Britain
  2.1:
Magnus Maximus and the Picts
  2.2:
The Rescript of Honorius
  2.3:
The Picts destroyed?
  2.4:
Towards a reconstruction of "A": the Nennian material
  2.5:
Reconstructing "A"
  2.6:
The prehistory of "A"
  2.7:
Zosimus and the supposed expulsion of the Roman magistrates
  2.8:
The date of "A"
  2.9:
The beginnings of British independence
  
Book III: The uir modestus and the superbus tyrannus
  3.1:
Reflections on Gildas' chapter 21
  3.2:
Ambrosius, his father and the politics of Britain before 429
  3.3:
The religious crisis
  3.4:
The survival of Pelagianism
  
Book IV: Saint Patrick in legend and history
  4.1:
Patrick's writings and his claim
  4.2:
St.Patrick's date
  4.3:
Muirchu and his sources
  4.4:
The chapter of the damned?
  
Book V: Saxon settlement and rebellion
  5.1:
Saxon settlement and rebellion
  5.2:
Gildas' sources and Ambrosian propaganda
  
Book VI: Vortigern: legends and history
  6.1:
The attitudes to Vortigern and their causes
  6.2:
The story of Vortigern, Emrys and the two dragons
  6.3:
The cycle of Conn, Art and Cormac
  6.4:
The origin of Hengist’s legend
  6.5:
Who killed King Vortigern? A historical mystery
  6.6:
Geoffrey and the legends of Vortigern and of Guithelinus
  6.7:
Geoffrey, the lost document "N", its sources, and the historical Ambrosius
  6.8:
The cult of St.Gurthiern
  6.9:
An analytical reading of Nennius' Vortigern passages
  
Book VII: Towards a reconstruction of the lost history of Britain from Ambrosius to Saint Gildas
  7.1:
The house of Vortigern
  7.2:
442-468: a historical reconstruction
  7.3:
Notes on the origin of the English people
  7.4:
Ethnic and cultural consequences of the war
  7.5:
Interlude: Lovocatus and Catihernus
  
Book VIII: The Lost Document "L"
  8.1:
Preliminary considerations
  8.2:
The lost document "L": chronology and context
  8.3:
The contamination of historical features with mythological material
  8.4:
The lost document "L": the character of the protagonists
  8.5:
Scandinavian stories
  8.6:
The British invasion of Gaul and the origins of Brittany
  8.7:
The character of the Celticizing revolution
  
Book IX: the aftermath
  9.1:
Saint Gildas reconsidered
  9.2:
The English conquest and conversion
  9.3:
The Welsh language and the new native poetry
  
The Appendices
  
I: Legendary versions of the Roman conquest of Britain
  
II: The lost legend of Gwyrangcon
  
III: Aurelius Ursicinus at Hoxne
  
IV: Procopius and Britain
  
V: Saint Patrick and the Isle of Man
  
VI: More about the legend of the fortress and the dragons
  
VII: Urien and his legends
  
VIII: Aegidius and Britain?
  
IX: Modern parallels for the final defeat of Cadwallon
  
X: Mil Du the knight
  
XI: Vitalinus, Fitela, Sinfjotli?
  
XII: More evidence for direct contact between Franks and Celtic Britons, ca..535

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