Comisiwn Brenhinol Archif & Llyfrgell Bwletin o Ddeunydd Newydd ei Gatalogio – Medi 2018

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. 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.

 

Archifau

Archifdy Sir Benfro [gynt], 1941. DI2009_0215 C.487855 NPRN 32107

Archifdy Sir Benfro [gynt], 1941. DI2009_0215 C.487855 NPRN 32107

Archif Cyhoeddiadau Adeiladau Cymru, Morgannwg a Gwent: Cyfeirnod BWGG
Casgliad o ohebiaeth, drafftiau, erthyglau papur newydd, detholiadau o ‘The Builder’ a’r ‘Architects Journal’, deunydd cyhoeddedig arall, llyfrynnau a phamffledi, wedi’u casglu neu eu creu wrth gynhyrchu’r cyhoeddiad Buildings of Wales Glamorgan.
Dyddiadau a gwmpesir: 1995

Negatifau 35mm Cadw o Henebion Cofrestredig: Cyfeirnod CSAM
Casgliad mawr o negatifau’n ymwneud ag arolygon ffotograffau lliw o henebion cofrestredig ar hyd a lled Cymru.
Dyddiadau a gwmpesir: 1996-2008

Ffotograffiaeth Ddigidol yr Ymchwilwyr: Cyfeirnodau DS2018_470 – DS2018_488
Arolygon ffotograffig yn ymwneud â gwaith ymchwilwyr y Comisiwn, gan gynnwys o fewn cylch gwaith y Prosiect CHERISH.
Dyddiadau a gwmpesir: 2007-2018

 

Oriel y Parc – Canolfan Ymwelwyr Tyddewi. DI2006_1770 C.422811 NPRN 403985

Oriel y Parc – Canolfan Ymwelwyr Tyddewi. DI2006_1770 C.422811 NPRN 403985

 

Casgliad Awyrluniau Fertigol yr Arolwg Ordnans: Cyfeirnod O.S.
Casgliad printiau mawr yr Arolwg Ordnans: yn cynnwys helaethiadau du a gwyn (tua 20″) wedi’u tynnu o roliau ffilm 9″. Wedi’u ffeilio yn nhrefn yr wyddor yn ôl tref, cymuned neu nodwedd.
Dyddiadau a gwmpesir: 1963-1997

Awyrluniau Digidol Arosgo Lliw CBHC: Cyfeirnodau AP2018_309 – AP2018_530
Awyrluniau arosgo yn ymwneud â gwahanol safleoedd yng Nghymru.
Dyddiadau a gwmpesir: 2015

Casgliad Richard Barrett: Cyfeirnod RB
Casgliad mawr o ffotograffau digidol o gapeli.
Dyddiadau a gwmpesir: 2018

 

Eglwys Gadeiriol Tyddewi. DI2006_1689 C.422587 NPRN 306

Eglwys Gadeiriol Tyddewi. DI2006_1689 C.422587 NPRN 306

 

Llyfrau

Mae ein holl lyfrau a chylchgronau wedi’u cofnodi yng Nghatalog Llyfrgell y Comisiwn Brenhinol a gellir eu gweld yn ein Llyfrgell ac Ystafell Ymchwil.

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Cyfnodolion

  • Antiquity Cyfrol 92 (Rhif 364, Awst 2018).
  • Archaeologia Cambrensis Cyfrol 167 (2018).
  • Capel Newsletter Cyfrol 73 (Hydref 2018).
  • Chapels Society Journal (All chapels great and small) Cyfrol 3 (2018).
  • Current Archaeology Cyfrol 343 (Hydref, 2018).
  • Gower Society Newsletter Hydref (2018).
  • Maplines Cyfrol 033 (Rhan 2, Haf, 2018).
  • Railway and Canal Historical Society Bulletin Rhif 475 (Medi, 2018).
  • Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings Magazine Hydref (2018).
  • S.O.S. News from the Friends of the Newport Ship Cyfrol 26 (Medi, 2018).
  • Talyllyn News Rhif 259 (Medi, 2018).
  • Vernacular Building, Scottish Vernacular Buildings Working Group, Cyfrol 41 (2018).
  • Victorian Society News, Medi (2018).
  • Welsh History Review Cyfrol 29 (Mehefin, 2018).
  • Welsh Mills Society Newsletter Cyfrol 133 (Hydref, 2018).
  • Yorkshire Buildings: The journal of the Yorkshire Vernacular Buildings Study Group Cyfrol 45 (2017).

 

Cylchgronau: Ymwybyddiaeth Gyfredol

  • Architectural Journal News, 12 Medi 2018 – Mae’r Victorian Society yn enwi Gwaith Dur John Summers, Shotton (Gradd II, 1907, NPRN 300212) yn un o’r 10 adeilad sydd yn y cyflwr adfeiliedig gwaethaf.
  • Current Archaeology Cyfrol 343 (Hydref, 2018) t.9 A oedd y bobl a gladdwyd yng Nghôr y Cewri yn dod o Gymru?, t.12 Cerrig glas Côr y Cewri a dyblygu ymchwil, tt.54-57, mae ‘Hot off the Press: How this summer’s heatwave revealed a host of historic sites’ yn amlinellu’r llu o ddarganfyddiadau newydd a wnaed ar draws y DU.
  • Victorian Society News, Medi 2018 – Derbyniodd Dr Mark Baker y wobr ‘Points of Light’ gan y Prif Weinidog i gydnabod y gwaith y mae ef wedi’i wneud i helpu i ddiogelu Castell Gwrych ger Abergele, gan ysgogi newidiadau cadarnhaol yn y gymuned ac ysbrydoli pobl eraill.

 

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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Croesewir gohebiaeth yn y Gymraeg a’r Saesneg | Correspondence welcomed in Welsh and English

10/12/2018

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