Pont Waterloo, Betws-y-coed, 2005 C.523687 Cyfeirnod DS2005_131_005 NPRN: 23839

Comisiwn Brenhinol Archif & Llyfrgell Bwletin o Ddeunydd Newydd ei Gatalogio – Ionawr 2020

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 coflein.gov.uk. Gellir dod o hyd i bob cyhoeddiad yn ein Catalog Llyfrgell ar-lein.

Rydym ar agor i’r cyhoedd ar yr adegau canlynol:
Dydd Llun – Dydd Gwener 09.30 – 16.00,
Dydd Mercher 10.30 – 16.30.
Fe’ch cynghorir i wneud apwyntiad.

Llyfrgell ac Ystafell Ymchwil CBHC Hysbysiad Cau Dros Dro

Byddwch cystal â nodi y bydd Llyfrgell ac Ystafell Ymchwil y Comisiwn Brenhinol, a’i Wasanaeth Ymholiadau, ar gau ar yr adegau isod o ganlyniad i waith adeiladu.

Bydd y Llyfrgell ac Ystafell Ymchwil ar gau o’r 3ydd o Chwefror hyd yr 21ain o Chwefror 2020 yn gynhwysol

Bydd gwasanaethau’r Llyfrgell ac Ystafell Ymchwil yn ailgychwyn yn Ystafell Ddarllen y Gogledd, Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru, ar y 24ain o Chwefror 2020.

Gobeithiwn ailagor yn ein lleoliad arferol ym mis Ebrill 2020.

Bydd y Gwasanaeth Ymholiadau’n cael ei atal o’r 27ain o Ionawr hyd yr 21ain o Chwefror 2020 yn gynhwysol

Ymddiheurwn am unrhyw anghyfleuster y bydd hyn yn ei achosi.

Archifau

Pont Gerrig Pentref Elan, 2004     C.413985     Cyfeirnod DS2005_052_001     NPRN: 261560
Pont Gerrig Pentref Elan, 2004 C.413985 Cyfeirnod DS2005_052_001 NPRN: 261560

Casgliad Cadw o Negatifau Lliw 35mm o Adeiladau Rhestredig

  • Negatifau lliw’n ymwneud ag ailarolygu Adeiladau Rhestredig rhwng 1980 a 2010: mwy o ychwanegiadau at y casgliad, 1987: Cyfeirnod CLBN

Archifau Prosiect Ymddiriedolaeth Archaeolegol Clwyd-Powys
Archifau prosiect yn ymwneud â:

Y Casgliad Cofnodi Brys

  • Cofnod Ffotograffig o Adeilad Hanesyddol, sef Ysgubor Ddyrnu Middle Ton, Llanfable, yr ymgymerwyd ag ef gan Dan Courtney o Cog Architects yn 2019: Cyfeirnod ERC2020_001; NPRN 403275

Archifau Prosiect Ymddiriedolaeth Archaeolegol Gwynedd
Archifau prosiect yn ymwneud â:

Archif Prosiectau Headland Archaeology
Archifau prosiect yn ymwneud â:

Archifau Prosiect Gwasanaethau Cofnodi Treftadaeth Cymru / Heritage Recording Services Wales

  • Ffeiliau digidol yn ymwneud ag ymchwiliad archaeolegol i adeilad, sef Capel y Wesleaid Saesneg yng Nghlydach ger Y Fenni, a’i gofnodi, 2019: Cyfeirnod HRS007

Ffotograffiaeth Ddigidol yr Ymchwilwyr
Arolwg ffotograffig yn ymwneud â:

Casgliad John Martin Evans: Cyfeirnod JMEC
Casgliad o ffotograffau lliw yn dangos (gan mwyaf) capeli yng ngogledd Ceredigion

Dyddiadau a gwmpesir: c.2002-2003

Awyrluniau Digidol Arosgo Lliw CBHC
Awyrluniau arosgo a dynnwyd yn ystod rhaglen y Comisiwn Brenhinol o deithiau hedfan archaeolegol, 2013: mwy o ychwanegiadau at y casgliad: Cyfeirnodau AP2020_0001 – AP2020_0131

Casgliad Archifau Capel y Bedyddwyr, Rhuthun: Cyfeirnod BPR
Copïau o gasgliad helaeth o gofnodion yn ymwneud ag adeiladu Capel y Bedyddwyr, Rhuthun, ym 1934, yn cynnwys lluniadau pensaernïol, manylebau, cyfrifon, biliau, sieciau, dyfynbrisiau a gohebiaeth

Dyddiadau a gwmpesir: c. 1934

Pont 40, Camlas Llangollen, 2007     C.836424     Cyfeirnod DS2007_111_001     NPRN: 405859
Pont 40, Camlas Llangollen, 2007 C.836424 Cyfeirnod DS2007_111_001 NPRN: 405859

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Pont Waterloo, Betws-y-coed, 2005      C.523687     Cyfeirnod DS2005_131_005     NPRN: 23839
Pont Waterloo, Betws-y-coed, 2005 C.523687 Cyfeirnod DS2005_131_005 NPRN: 23839

Cysylltwch â ni

Os oes gennych unrhyw sylwadau neu ymholiadau, mae croeso i chi gysylltu â ni:

Gwasanaeth Llyfrgell ac Ymholiadau CHCC
Comisiwn Brenhinol Henebion Cymru
Ffordd Penglais
Aberystwyth
Ceredigion SY23 3BU

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02/12/2020

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