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On the second column of f. v a new section begins, which is a version of the Prologue in the Welsh lawbooks. Manuscript Z has a prologue at the start, but the version given in the tail is an alternative version, shared with manuscript S. 129 James proves that Salesbury’s source was in Welsh, and that 125 Jenkins, Llyfr Colan, xxxi–ii, and see § . Jenkins, Llyfr Colan, xxxi–ii. 127 Emanuel, Latin Texts of the Welsh Laws, –. E. Owen, ‘Royal Propaganda: Stories from the Lawtexts’ in The Welsh King and His Court, –.

66 Huws, ‘Yr Hen Risiart Langfford’, . 68 J. g.  and . 72 This date is a complete mystery and it is not in the text which survives today. He states that it is the only manuscript written on paper—this is true—and he also says that the manuscript, in the Hengwrt collection, is styled Pomf. William Maurice wrote Ponf. on the title page, and Owen’s variants from Z for Book IX shows the hiatus and the order of the text in the extant manuscript, so Owen was probably looking at Longford’s copy rather than the Pontefract exemplar or some other copy.

On the second column of f. v a new section begins, which is a version of the Prologue in the Welsh lawbooks. Manuscript Z has a prologue at the start, but the version given in the tail is an alternative version, shared with manuscript S. 129 James proves that Salesbury’s source was in Welsh, and that 125 Jenkins, Llyfr Colan, xxxi–ii, and see § . Jenkins, Llyfr Colan, xxxi–ii. 127 Emanuel, Latin Texts of the Welsh Laws, –. E. Owen, ‘Royal Propaganda: Stories from the Lawtexts’ in The Welsh King and His Court, –.

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