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Bibliografia do livro "Ogam - A Magia Celta Revelada"

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BIBLIOGRAFIA  REFERENCIADA

Parte 1

BAIMA, Cesar. Línguas indo-europeias teriam surgido no que hoje é a Turquia, Jornal O Globo, 24/08/2012

BALTER, Michel. Mysterious Indo-European homeland may have been in the steppes of Ukraine and Russia, revista Science, 13/02/2015
BALTER, Michel. An Earlier Birth for Indo-European Languages?, revista Science, 26/11/2003


Breve Genealogia da Língua Latina, publicação IAC – Imagens da Antiguidade Clássica da USP – Universidade de São Paulo

Celtic Languages, Cambridge Encyclopaedia of Language, University of Cambridge

Ethnologue: Languages of the World, www.ethnologue.com
Esta instituição vem catalogando línguas mundiais desde 1951, além de encabeçar outros tipos de pesquisas envolvendo povos do mundo, sendo considerada atualmente por estudiosos e pesquisadores o banco de dados virtual mais abrangente e completo no que concerne a este tipo de estudo e catalogação.

GIBBONS, Ann. Nomadic herders left a strong genetic mark on Europeans and Asians, revista Science, 10/06/2015

GIBSON, Catriona/WODTKO, Dagmar S. The background of the Celtic Languages: theories from Archaeology and Linguistics, University of Wales, Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth, 2013

HAMP, Eric P. The Expansion of the Indo-European Languages: An Indo-Europeanist’s Evolving View, Victor H. Mair Editor, Sino-Platonic Papers, Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA

Linguistas debatem a origem das línguas indo-europeias, The New York Times publicado pela Folha de São Paulo, 07/03/2015

POWELL, Eric A. Archaeologists digging a Bronze Age site on the russian steppes are using evidence from language and mythology to understand a remarkable discovery, revista Archaeology, 17/09/2013
POWELL, Eric A. Telling Tales in Proto-Indo-European, revista Archaeology

POWELL, T.G. Os Celtas”, ed. Verbo, 1ª Vol. Coleção “História Mundi”, Portugal, 1965.

ROSA, Guilherme. Língua ancestral do português se originou na Turquia, revista Veja, 23/08/2012



Partes 2 a 4

ARMIT, Ian. Celtic Scotland, ed. Batsford, London, 2005

BLACK, Lady Mirian. Bruxas Celtas, 3a. edição, Ícone, São Paulo, 2016
BOUTET, Michel-Gérald. Ptolomaist Celtiberians Across the Atlantic, Midwestern Epigraphic Journal, Vol. 17, Number 1, 2003, p. 83-96, FMES, Laval, Québec, Canada
BOUTET, Michel-Gérald. The Proto-Ogams – A tentative study of ogham – like marks in post – Neollithic cultures, Midwestern Epigraphic Journal, Vol. 17, Number 2, 2003, p. 89-96, FMES, Laval, Québec, Canada
BOUTET, Michel-Gérald. Southwestern Iberian Stones, Midwestern Epigraphic Journal, Vols. 22-23, p. 114-116, Laval, Québec, Canada
BOUTET, Michel-Gérald. On the Origins of the Oghamic Writing System, Laval, Québec, Canada, 02/02/2008
BOUTET, Michel-Gérald. The Philistine Script and Inscriptions (Excerpts from The Celtic Connection Revisited, unpublished material, 2014)
BOUTET, Michel-Gérald. Weißenhorn Tablets, Midwestern Epigraphic Society, Laval, Québec, Canada

BRASH, R. Richard. On the Seskinan Ogham Inscriptions, County of Waterford, The Journal of the Historical and Archaeological Association of Ireland , Third Series, Vol. 1, no. 1 (1868), Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland Stable, p. 118-130

CALDER, George. Auraicept Na N-Éces – The Scholars Primer, Edinburgh: John Grant, 1917

CONELLY, Clare Jeanne. A Partial Reading of the Stones: a Comparative Analysis of Irish and Scotish Ogham Pillar Stones, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Theses and Dissertations, Paper 799, 2015

DAY, Gordon M. Western Abenaki Dictionary, Mercury Series, Canadian Ethnology Service, paper 128, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Gatineau, Quebec, 1994

DEROLEZ, René. Ogam, ‘Egyptian’, ‘African’ and ‘Gothic’ alphabets [Some remarks in connection with Codex Bernensis 207], in Scriptorium, Tome 5 n°1, 1951. p. 3-19

ECCOTT, David J. The Ogams of the Sun Temple, revista Migration Diffusion Vol. 6, Issue Number 23, 2005, UK

EVANS, J. Gwenogvryn. Poems from the Book of Taliesin, Wales, 1915

FALILEYEV, Alexander. Etymological Glossary of Old Welsh, Max Niemeyer Verlag Tübingen, Germany, 2000

FERGUSON, Sir Samuel. Ogham Inscriptions in Ireland, Wales, and Scotland, published by David Douglas, Edinburgh, 1887, Library of the University of Toronto (presented by David Douglas in 1890)

FORSYTH, Katherine. The ogham-inscribed spindle-whorl from Buckquoy: evidence for the Irish language in pre-Viking Orkney?, in Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 125 (1995), Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, p. 677-996

GRAVES, Robert. The White Goddess: a historical grammar of poetic myth, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2013

GRIFFITHS, Allan. A family of names: Rune-names and Ogam-names and their relation to alphabet letter-names, dissertation, Universiteit Leiden, Netherlands, 2013
GRIFFITHS, Allan. Rune-names: the Irish connexion, in “Runes and their secrets: studies in runology [Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Runes and Runic Inscriptions, Jelling, 2000]”, (eds) Marie Stoklund, Michael Lerche Nielsen, Bente Holmberg, Gillian Fellows-Jensen, Copenhagen, Museum Tusculanum Press, 2006, p. 86-116

HICKEY, Raymond. The Languages of Ireland – An Integrated View, revista Researching the languages of Ireland, Uppsala Universitet, Studia Celtica Upsaliensia, 2011, p. 1-45

MACKILLOP, James. Myths and Legends of the Celts, Penguin Books, London, 2005

MATTHEWS, Caitlín. Celtic Wisdom Sticks – An Ogam Oracle, Connections Book Publishing, Oxford, 2001
MATTHEWS, Caitlín. The Ways of the Celtic Tradition, Element, Dorset, 2003
MATTHEWS, Caitlín. O Livro Celta dos Mortos, Madras, São Paulo, 2003
MATTHEWS, John and Caitlín. The Encyclopaedia of Celtic Myth and Legend, The Lyons Press, Connecticut, 2004

MCLEAN, Candon A. Llfyr Taliesin - The Book of Taliesin, from W.F. Skene’s The Four Ancient Books of Wales, 1868

MCMANUS, Damian. Ogam: Archaizing, Orthography and the Authenticity of the Manuscript Key to the Alphabet, source Ériu Vol. 37 (1986), p. 9-31, published by Royal Irish Academy
MCMANUS, Damian. Irish Letter-Names and Their Kennings, source Ériu Vol. 39 (1988), p. 127-168, published by Royal Irish Academy
MCMANUS, Damian. A Guide to Ogam, ed. An Sagart, Co. Kerry, Ireland, 1997

MERONEY, Howard. Early Irish Letter-Names, source Speculum , Vol. 24, No. 1 (Jan., 1949), published by The University of Chicago Press, p. 19-43

MESS, Bernard. The Celts and the Origin of the Runic Script, University of Melbourne, revista Studia Neophilologica 71, 1999, p. 143-155

MOUNTFORT, Paul Rhys. Ogam – The Celtic Oracle of the Trees, Destiny Books, Vermont, 2002

POWELL, T. G. E. Os Celtas, ed. Verbo, 1º Vol. Coleção “História Mundi”, Portugal, 1965

RUTHERFORD, Ward. Os Druidas, Mercuryo, São Paulo, 1991

SQUIRE, Charles. Mitos e Lenda Celtas, 2ª. edição, Nova Era, Rio de Janeiro, 2004

STIFTER, David. Old Celtic Languages, 2008, Universität Wien

STRACHAN, John / O’KEEFFE, J.G. The Táin Bó Cúailnge from the Yellow Book of Lecan, Royal Irish Academy, Dublin: Hodges, Figgis & Co., Longon: Williams & Norgate

SULLIVAN, Sir Edward. The Book of Kells described by Sir Edward Sullivan, Bart., and illustrated with twenty-four plates in colour, Second Edition, Princeton University, Marquand Library, The Studio LTD, 1920

SWIFT, Catherine. Ogham stones in Sligo and their context, (edited by) M.A.Timoney “A celebration of Sligo, first essays for Sligo field club”, Sligo, 2002, p. 127-139
SWIFT, Catherine. Ogam stones and the earliest Irish Christians, Departamento of History at Maynooth University, 1997


Parte 5

AMBER, Reuben. Cromoterapia – A Cura Através das Cores, Cultrix, São Paulo, 1995

ANDERSON, Mary. Cromoterapia – A Cura pelas Cores, Hemus, São Paulo, 1981

BACH, Dr. Edward. Os Remédios Florais do Dr. Bach, Pensamento, São Paulo, 1995

BAKER, Douglas. Anatomia Esotérica, Mercuryo, São Paulo, 1993

BALBACH, Alfons. As Frutas na Medicina Doméstica, 11ª edição, Edificação do Lar, São Paulo

BOTSARIS, Dr. Alexandros Spyros. Fitoterapia Chinesa e Plantas Brasileiras, 3ª edição, Ícone, São Paulo, 2007

CASTRO, Oswaldo de. Homeopatia, Alopatia e Espiritismo. Princípios, CEU, São Paulo, 2001

EDDE, Gérard. Cores para sua Saúde – Método Prático de Cromoterapia, Pensamento, São Paulo, 1993

LEITE, Mary Lannes Salles. Manual de Fitoterapia Chinesa e Plantas Brasileiras, Ícone, São Paulo, 2005

MACIOCIA, Giovanni. Os Fundamentos da Medicina Chinesa, Roca, São Paulo, 1996

SCOLNIK, Jaime. Cura pela Medicina Naturista, Círculo do Livro, São Paulo, 1986

USAMI, Herick Athayde. O Karma Genético, 2ª edição, Valci, Brasília, 1996

XIMENES, Carla Sofia Fernandes. Medicina Tradicional Chinesa: Fundamentos em Medicina Erval Chinesa e Formulação no Síndroma de Estagnação do Qi, tese de dissertação ao grau de Mestre em Tecnologia Farmacêutica, Universidade do Porto, 2014



OBRAS LIDAS

Conway, D.J. By Oak, Ash & Thorn – Modern Celtic Shamanism, Llewellyn Publications, Minnesota, 2007

Costa, Ana Elizabeth Cavalcanti da. Sabedoria e Magia dos Celtas -  Princípios do Druidismo, Berkana, São Paulo, 2003

Griffen, Toby D. Ogam *P, Celtic Studies Associatition of North America, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Griffen, Toby D. Ogam: Celtic or Pre-Celtic?, Celtic Studies Association of North America, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, 2001
Griffen, Toby D. On the Age of Ogam, Celtic Studies Association of North America, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, 2002

Knight, Sirona. Explorando o Druidismo Celta, Madras, São Paulo, 2003

Laurie, Erynn Rowan. Ogam – Weaving Word Widom, Megalithica Books, Stafford, 2007

Lynch, Mary Pat, PHD. The Three Cauldrons of Poesy: Dreams, Vision and Ancestry, article presented at the IASD Conference, Montreal, 2008

Murray, Griffin / individual authors. Medieval Treasures of County Kerry, published by Kerry County Museum, 2010

Murray, Liz and Colin. The Celtic Tree Oracle – A System of Divination, St. Martin’s Press, New York, 1988

Nyland, Edo / Hinrichs, Ove. A New Approach Towards Translating Ogam Scripts, Sidney, B.C., Canada, 20/10/2004

Ó Searcóid, Mícheál. The Irish Alphabet, Roinn na Matamaitice, Coláiste na hOllscoile, Baile Átha Cliath, Éire

West, Andrew. Proposal to define 21 variation sequences for Ogham letters, Universal Multiple-Octet Coded Character Set / International Organization for Standardization / Organisation Internationale de Normalisation / Международная организация по стандартизации, Working Group, 21/04/2016


Sites de interesse

Auraicept na n-Éces versão completa: https://archive.org/details/auraicept00calduoft

Bellouesus Isarnos. Artigos diversos sobre Ogam e Druidismo. Sites: https://bellodunon.com e https://nemetonbeleni.wordpress.com

Blog Babel onde se pode ver as localizações dos monumentos ogâmicos em toda a Grã-Bretanha e Irlanda, além de diversas fotos: babelstone.blogspot.com.br/2013/06/ogham-stones-of-scotland.html

Brathair. Revista de publicação de Estudos Célticos e Germânicos. Site: http://ppg.revistas.uema.br/index.php/brathair

Celtic Literature Collective & Jones’s Celtic Encyclopedia. Disponibiliza muitos textos celtas medievais. Site: http://www.maryjones.us

E-Keltoi. Journal of Interdisciplinary Celtic Studies.   Site: http://www4.uwm.edu/celtic/ekeltoi/volumes.html

O Diagrama do Físico – imagens e informações no site https://archive.org/details/TheByrhtferthsManuscriptms17SaintJohnsCollegeOxford

Irish Literature, Mythology, Folklore and Drama. Site: http://www.luminarium.org/mythology/ireland/

Irish Texts Archive. Site: http://www.ancienttexts.org/library/celtic/irish/index.html

Stones Page. Fotos dos monumentos de pedras existentes na Europa. Site: http://www.stonepages.com/

The Book of Ballymote – imagens e informações sobre o manuscrito no site da Royal Irish Academy: https://www.ria.ie/book-ballymote


The Equinox Project. Artigos diversos sobre Ogam, especialmente no continente americano e Ogams do Livro de Ballymote. Site: http://www.equinox-project.com

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