Comisiwn Brenhinol Archif & Llyfrgell Bwletin o Ddeunydd Newydd ei Gatalogio – Ionawr 2017

Croeso i’r rhifyn diweddaraf o Fwletin Archifau a Llyfrgell Cofnod Henebion Cenedlaethol Cymru (CHCC). Gellir gweld yr eitemau archifol a’r llyfrau llyfrgell ac erthyglau o gylchgronau yn ein hystafell ddarllen gyhoeddus. Gellir gweld y deunydd archifol ar Coflein hefyd yn www.coflein.gov.uk

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Archif

RCAHMW-colour-oblique-photograph-of-Ffynnon-Newydd-Henge-Nantgaredig-looking-west-AP_2010_3894

RCAHMW colour oblique photograph of Ffynnon Newydd Henge, Nantgaredig, looking west, 01/12/2010
AP_2010_3894 C.908663 NPRN 303952

 

Bryan Lawrence Photographic Collection: Ref. No. BLPC
Colour photographs of buildings in and around Rhayader, taken by Bryan Lawrence.
Covering dates: c. 1990

Crown Offices Cathays Collection: Ref. No. COC
Collection of black and white photographs (with negatives) documenting the construction of the extension to the 1936 Welsh Office building in Cathays Park, Cardiff.
Covering dates: 1976-1979

Dyfed Archaeological Trust Projects Archive: Ref. No. DATP
Project archives relating to:

  • Archaeological excavation at Longstone Field, St. Ishmaels; DAT Project Record Number 3005; 1979-1987: Ref. No. DATP079
  • Archaeological field evaluation at Tir-Dafydd; DAT Project Record Number 32119; 1993-1996: Ref. No. DATP080
  • Recording of wrecks at Pembrey Harbour and Pembrey Sands; DAT Project Record Numbers 30883, 30886, 30888, 31412; 1996: Ref. No. DATP081
  • Archaeological evaluation and watching brief at 55 Priory Street (formerly Lowndes Garage), Carmarthen;  DAT Project Record Number 48082; DAT Report Number 2003/66; 2003: Ref. No. DATP082
  • Archaeological excavation at St. Mary’s Church, Tenby; DAT Project Record Number 28334; 1991-1996; Ref. No. DATP083
  • Archaeological watching brief at Fynnon Newydd, Nantgaredig; DAT Project Record Number 1754; 1980-1984: Ref. No. DATP084
  • Archaeological excavation at Gwar Felin, Llanilar; DAT Project Record Number 9677; 1980-1993: Ref. No. DATP085
  • Archaeological excavation at Great Pale Cairn, Eglwyscummin; DAT Project Record Number 29502; 1986-1988: Ref. No. DATP086
  • Archaeological excavation at Rhos Carne Coch; DAT Project Record Numbers 8498 and 8499; 1981-1984: Ref. No. DATP087
  • Archaeological rescue excavation at Bryn Maen Caerau Cellan (Cellan Enclosure); DAT Project Record Number 29505; 1979-1994: Ref. No. DATP088
  • Archaeological excavation at Llangynfelyn Timber Trackway and Lead Smelting Works, Borth Bog; 2002-2013: Ref. No. DATP089

Emergency Recording Collection: Ref. No. ERC2017_002
Photographic record (with key) of Bee and Station Hotel, Rhyl; produced by Denbighshire County Council: NPRN 35668
Covering dates: 2011

General Digital Donations Collection: Ref. No. DD2017

  • Two discovery reports produced by Wessex Archaeology, 2015; NPRN 421350: Ref. No. DD2017_001
  • Two discovery reports produced by Wessex Archaeology, 2015; NPRN 421351: Ref. No. DD2017_002
  • Two documents by Dr Sandy Gerrard, written in response to a Cotswold Archaeology Report No. 12226 relating to the Bancbryn Stone Alignment, 2015: Ref. No. DD2017_004
  • Photo survey of Brwyno-canol Stone Row and related stones, produced by Dr Colin Jackson, 2017: Ref. No. DD2017_006
  • Photo survey of the ruins of Bethania Chapel, taken by J.B. Fletcher, 5th Dec 2016: Ref. No. DD2017_007

Leonard Monroe Photographs: Ref. No. LMP
Views of:

  • Bishops Palace, St. Davids, during restoration/repair, 1938: NPRN 21633
  • Caer Gybi Roman Fort, Holyhead, 1949-1951: NPRN 15607
  • Castle House Barracks,  Monmouth, 1949: NPRN 36568
  • Coed y Tyddyn Hillfort: NPRN 302966
  • Court Herbert, Neath, 1950: NPRN 18424
  • Ewenny Church, c.1950: NPRN 309096
  • Ewenny Priory, and sculptured stones, 1950-1954: NPRN 143
  • Ewloe Castle: NPRN 94447
  • Fedw Deg, during restoration, 1948-1951: NPRN 26449
  • Flint Castle: NPRN 94448
  • Flint Castle Moat, recreation ground: NPRN 94448
  • Gateholm Island, 1950: NPRN 102906
  • Glyn Cywarch, 1949: NPRN 28442
  • Grosmont Castle, with two general views of St Nicholas’ Church, 1936-1950: NPRN 93388 & 221965
  • Gwydir-Uchaf Chapel, during renovations: NPRN 43667
  • Haroldston House, Haverfordwest, 1950: NPRN 22040
  • Haverfordwest Castle and Town Walls, c.1955: NPRN 94235 & 102328
  • Hen Gwrt Moated Site, 1947-1949: NPRN 94890
  • Holyhead Mountain Hut Circles (Cytiau’r Gwyddelod?), 1949: NPRN 93837
  • Holyhead Roman Wall, surrounding churchyard of St. Cybi’s Church: NPRN 27500 & 416179
  • Kenfig Castle, 1930: NPRN 300455
  • Kidwelly Castle, 1931-1951: NPRN 95633
  • Lamphey Bishop’s Palace, 1950-1951: NPRN 22223
  • Leeswood Gates and Gatehouse, 1951: NPRN 35976 & 35975
  • Llanfihangel y Pennant and Dolbenmaen Hut Circles and Villages: NPRN 288371 & 287997
  • Llanstephan Castle, c.1937: NPRN 95725
  • Llanthony Abbey, 1950-1952: NPRN 95238
  • Llawhaden Castle, c.1926-1938 & c.1950: NPRN 94109
  • Manorbier Castle and Dovecot: NPRN 94195
  • Margam Abbey Inscribed and Sculptured Stones: NPRN 94512
  • Monmouth Castle, c.1950: NPRN 93473
  • Monnow Bridge, Monmouth, 1949-1950: NPRN 24219
  • Montgomery Town Walls: NPRN 306412
  • Morlais Castle: NPRN 93014
  • Neath Abbey, 1930 & 1949-1951: NPRN 133
  • Neath Roman Fort, 1950: NPRN 301350
  • New Castle, Bridgend, c.1938: NPRN 93036
  • Pillar of Eliseg, 1952: NPRN 165274
  • Presaddfed Burial Chambers, 1949-1951: NPRN 93832
  • Raglan Castle, c.1927 & 1950: NPRN 93387
  • Friary and Banquet Hall, Rhuddlan Priory, inscribed stones: NPRN 35646 & 157155
  • Rhuddlan, general views, c.1948-1950: NPRN 15238
  • Rhuddlan Castle, c.1937-1950: NPRN 92914
  • Roft Motte, c.1958: NPRN 421887
  • Rosemarket Dovecote, 1950: NPRN 22566
  • Rug Castle Mound, 1921: NPRN 306598
  • St. Clears Mound, 1950: NPRN 105023
  • St. David’s Cathedral and Bishops Palace, 1947-1949: NPRN 306 & 21633
  • St. Dogmaels Abbey, during excavation/restoration, c.1947-1950: NPRN 94164
  • St. Dogmaels Abbey, inscribed stones, c.1956: NPRN 94164
  • St. Lythans Dolmen Chamber, c.1948: NPRN 227289
  • St. Mary’s Church, Mold: NPRN 306982
  • Tenby Town Walls, c.1930: NPRN 127
  • Tir-Gwyn Standing Stones, 1950: NPRN 308088 & 302310
  • Tomen y Mur Roman Site: NPRN 95476
  • Tomen y Rhodwydd: NPRN 94737
  • Trefignath Burial Chamber, 1949-1951: NPRN 95535
  • Trellyffaint Burial Chamber: NPRN 304397
  • Ty Hwnt i’r Bon: NPRN 16919
  • T y Illtyd Long Barrow: NPRN 96
  • Ty Newydd Burial Chamber, 1949: NPRN 93834

Mid Glamorgan Chapel Survey: Ref. No. MGCS17
Measured drawings of Hebron Chapel, High Street, Dowlais, Merthyr Tydfil: front elevation and floor plan
Covering dates: 1978-1979

NMR Site Files
Black and white photo surveys relating to:

  • Chauncy Townsend’s Railway, 1991: NPRN 275877
  • Colt Pit, Bonymaen, 1991: NPRN 421895
  • Cwm Pit Railway, 1991: NPRN 34793
  • Gwernllwynchwith Colliery Engine House, 1991: NPRN 33709
  • Hafod Bridge, Swansea, 1991: NPRN 43131
  • Hafod Community Centre, Swansea, 1991: NPRN 85256
  • Hafod Copperworks, bridge over Swansea Canal, 1991: NPRN 421897
  • Hafod Copperworks 1860 Engine House, 1991: NPRN 33743
  • Landore Quay, 1991: NPRN 301231
  • Landore Viaduct, 1991: NPRN 34816
  • Morfa Bridge, Landore, 1991: NPRN 34830
  • Morfa Copperworks Power House, 1991: NPRN 34125
  • Neath Road and Pentremawr Road, Swansea, 1991: NPRN 418427
  • Neath Road and Vivian Street, Swansea, 1991: NPRN 418428
  • Pentre Gethin Pit, Cwmbwrla, 1991: NPRN 421896
  • Pentre Pit, Landore, Swansea, 1991: NPRN 301225
  • Pont y Shoot, Cwm Gelli, 1991: NPRN 413196
  • Pwll Mawr Engine House, Swansea, 1991: NPRN 33719
  • St. John’s Catholic Church, Hafod, Swansea, 1991: NPRN 13546
  • Scott’s Pit, Llansamlet, Swansea, 1991: NPRN 33720
  • Swansea Canal Tipping Staithes, 1991: NPRN 275882
  • Swansea Harbour, 1991: NPRN 34283
  • White Rock Copperworks, 1991: NPRN 85092
  • White Rock Tunnel, Smith’s Canal, Swansea, 1991: NPRN 85093

RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs
Digital aerial photographs relating to Cefn-Brynich Roman Fort: NPRN 419242
Covering dates: 2013

Cefn-Brynich-Roman-Fort-detailed-view-of-cropmarks-of-Roman-fort-ditches-from-the-south-1st-August-2013AP_2013_5345

Cefn-Brynich Roman Fort: detailed view of cropmarks of Roman fort ditches from the south, 1st August 2013
AP_2013_5345 C.622245 NPRN 419242

 

Llyfrau

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  • Barson, Susie & O’Rourke, Martin. 2001. The Peabody Estates: Conservation Guidelines. Swindon: English Heritage.
  • Beaton, Elizabeth. c2008. Doocoots of Scotland. Highland, Orkney and Shetland. Scotland: Scottish Vernacular Buildings Working Group.
  • Beckensall, Stan. 2009. Prehistoric rock art in Britain. Stroud: Amberley.
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  • Gardiner, L. 1989. The changing face of Britain – from the air. London: Joseph.
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  • Hall, Linda. 2011. Period House Fixtures & Fittings. 1300-1900. Newbury: Countryside Books.
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  • Harvey, Nigel. 1975. Old farm buildings. Aylesbury: Shire Publications.
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  • Tayside and Fife Archaeological Committee. 2011. Perth High Street archaeological excavation 1975-1977. Fasicule 1, The excavations at 75-95 High Street, Perth. Perth: Tayside and Fife Archaeological Committee.
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  • Young, Jill. 2015. Pembrokeshire’s standing stones. Llanrwst: Gwasg Carreg Gwalch.

Cyfnodolion

  • Archaeology Ireland nos. 117 and 118 (Autumn and Winter 2016)
  • Building Conservation Directory 2017
  • C20, The Twentieth Century Society Magazine no. 3:2016
  • Cartographic Journal vol. 53 no. 4 (November 2016)
  • Casemate no. 108 (January 2017)
  • Chapels Society Newsletter no. 64 (January 2017)
  • Current Archaeology no. 323 (February 2017)
  • Essex Historic Buildings Group Newsletter no. 1:2017 (January 2017)
  • Landscapes vol. 17 no. 2 (November 2016). Special issue: Landscapes of Disease
  • Medieval Settlement Research vol. 31 (2016)
  • Pembrokeshire Life, January 2017
  • Post-Medieval Archaeology vol. 50 pt. 1 (2016)
  • Railway and Canal Historical Society Bulletin no. 465 (Jan/Feb 2017)
  • SPAB Magazine (Winter 2016)
  • Studia Celtica vol. 50 (2016)
  • Talyllyn News no. 252 (December 2016)
  • Vernacular Architecture vol. 47 (2016)
  • Welsh Mills Society Newsletter no. 126 (January 2017)

Cylchgronau: gwasanaeth ymwybyddiaeth gyfredol

C20, The Twentieth Century Society Magazine no. 3:2016, p. 70 ff, Listing Reports section. Listed: Theatr Harlech listed Grade II* but the residential tower turned down for listing; Put forward to upgrade Grade II listing to Grade II*: Sea Roads, Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan, a ‘rare example of Welsh modernism’.

Current Archaeology no. 323, p. 12: ‘Neolithic life at Llanfaethlu’ – news item on the ongoing excavations in Anglesey which revealed a fourth 6000 year old dwelling; p. 16: ‘Wings over wartime Wales: Discoveries from the sky’ by Toby Driver, RCAHMW; p. 18: ‘Upstairs, downstairs innovations: Exploring technology of Britain’s country houses’ by Chrostopher Catleing, RCAHMW; p. 42: ‘Celtic from the West: In search of the archaeology of a language’ by John Koch, Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, Aberystwyth; p. 64: ‘Sherds’ regular column by Christopher Catling,, this month on ‘heritage’ as a term/ concept, colonial heritage, Trump’s Wall versus Offa’s Dyke, influence and coincidence, and Vatican’s recent ‘Instruction’ on inhumation and cremation.

SPAB Magazine, ‘Casework’ section, p. 28: Dingestow Court, Monmouth [proposals to reverse 1970s internal alterations]; p. 25: Bethesda Ton Pentre Chapel, Rhondda Cynon Taff [funds sought and obtained to save this Grade II* chapel]

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