Royal Commission Archive & Library Bulletin of Newly Catalogued Material – April 2021
In light of both the Coronavirus outbreak and the migration of our records to a new digital platform we are presently unable to share our list of newly catalogued archive material with you. Please scroll down to view recent acquisitions to our Library.
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- Allan, J. and Murray, A. 2020. British Railways The First 25 Years Vol 10. : Mid-Wales and the Cambrian Coast including the Central Wales Line and the Vale of Rheidol and Welshpool & Llanfair narrow gauge lines. Lydney: Lightmoor Press.
- Bland, Roger et al. 2020. Iron Age & Roman coin hoards in Britain. Oxford: Oxbow.
- Comeau, Rhiannon. 2020. Land, people and power in early medieval Wales : the cantref of Cemais in comparative perspective. BAR British Series 659. Oxford: BAR Publishing.
- Davies, John et al. 2016. Castles and the Anglo-Norman World. Oxford: Oxbow.
- Dowd, Marion. 2021. The archaeology of caves in Ireland. Oxford: Oxbow.
- Endres, Gunter and Hobster, Graham. 2017. Power & Protection: Castles and fortified manor houses of Medieval Britain, Volume 4 – Wales. [Place of publication not identified]: Endres and Hobster.
- Gwyn, David. 2019. Lost Swansea. Stroud: Amberley.
- Hillerdal, Charlotta and Ilves, Kristin. 2020. Re-imagining periphery: Archaeology and text in Northern Europe from Iron Age to Viking and Early Medieval periods. Oxford: Oxbow.
- Hooper, Alan and Punter, John (Eds.). 2007. Capital Cardiff 1975-2020: Regeneration, competitiveness and the urban environment. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
- Jackson, Robin. 2012. Ariconium Herefordshire: A Iron Age settlement and Romano-British ‘small town’. Oxford: Oxbow.
- Jenkins, J. G. 2009. Getting yesterday right: Interpreting the heritage of Wales. Stroud: Amberley.
- Jones, Andy M. 2017. Preserved in peat: An extraordinary Bronze Age burial on Whitehorse Hill, Dartmoor, and its wider context. Oxford: Oxbow.
- King, Peter. 2020. A Gazetteer of the British Iron Industry, 1490-1815, Vols I and II. BAR British Series 652. Oxford: BAR.
- Morris, James. 2010. A landscape of Wales. Stockport: Dewi Lewis Publishing.
- Rendall, P. D. 2020. Severn Tunnel Junction. Ramsbury: The Crowood Press.
- Russell, Tony. 2015. The finest gardens in Wales. Stroud: Amberley.
- Willmot, Hugh. 2020. The dissolution of the monasteries in England and Wales. Sheffield: Equinox Publishing Ltd.
- Ancient Monuments Society / The Friends of Friendless Churches Newsletter Part 1 (Spring 2021).
- Ancient Monuments Society Transactions Volume 65 (2021).
- AJ Specification Volume March (2021).
- Architects’ Journal Volume 248 (Issue 3 25/03/2021).
- Archive: the quarterly journal for British Industrial and Transport History Volume 109 (March 2021).
- British Archaeology Volume 178 (May/June 2021).
- Brycheiniog Volume 52 (2021).
- Building Conservation Directory Volume 28 (2021).
- Cartographic Journal Volume 57 (Number 3, August 2020).
- Ceredigion Volume 18 (Number 4 2020).
- CHERISH Newsletter Volume 6 (August 2020).
- Community Archaeology & Heritage Journal Volume 8 (Number 1 February 2021).
- Domestic Buildings Research Group: Surrey Newsletter Volume 147 (January 2021).
- Essex Historic Buildings Group Newsletter Volume 4 (April 2021).
- Landscapes Volume 20 (Number 2, December 2019).
- Maplines Spring (2021).
- Monmouthshire Antiquary: Proceedings of the Monmouthshire Antiquarian Society Volume 35 (2019-2020).
- Past: the newsletter of the Prehistoric Society Volume 96 (Autumn 2020).
- Railway & Canal Historical Society Bulletin Volume 490 (March 2021).
- Railway & Canal Historical Society Journal Volume 40 (Part 4, Number 240 March 2021).
- Sheetlines Volume 120 (April 2021).
- Tools & Trades History Society Newsletter Volume 148 (Spring 2021).
- Vernacular Architecture Group Journal Volume 49 (2018).
- Vernacular Architecture Group Newsletter Volumes 79 and 80 (August 2020 and April 2021).
- Victorian Volume 66 (March 2021).
- Welsh Mills Society Newsletter Volume 143 (April 2021).
- Welsh Railways Research Circle Newsletter Volume 165 (Spring 2021).
Journals: Current Awareness
- Ancient Monuments Society / The Friends of Friendless Churches Newsletter Part 1 (Spring 2021), p.7-13 Casework: objection submitted to aspects of a proposed refurbishment of the Gladstone Library, Hawarden, Flintshire; objection submitted to the demolition of Aberaeron Hospital, Ceredigion; objection submitted concerning Tudno Castle Hotel, Llandudno; concerns submitted concerning SS Mael and Sulien, Corwen, Merioneth and the lack of Statements of Significance as part of the planning application; query concerning the too vigorous cleaning and lichen removal of the Preaching Cross, Llangan, Glamorgan; Bethel chapel, Pontrhydyfen, Glamorgan – support of application to convert it to a café; objection to plans to remove pews and pulpit at Mount Pleasant Baptist Chapel, Swansea. P.17 & p.20 Short report on the progress of the reroofing of St Brothen’s Llanfrothen. P.21-24 Friends of Friendless Churches has taken on St Mary’s Church, Llangattock Vibon Avel and Llanonno Church which Herbert Luck North helped repair. P28 news of St Elvan’s Church Aberdare receiving a large pot of money for its partial refurbishment as a Community Heritage Centre whilst also retaining its religious function. P. 32 Threatened places of worship – St Michaels, Llanfihangel-yng-Ngwynfa, Montgomeryshire. P.40 Wrexham Museum to be recast as a new ‘Football Museum for Wales’
- Ancient Monuments Society Transactions Volume 65 (2021), p.7-19 Dancing and Dicing with Death: literary evidence for some lost wall paintings in Wales, Madeleine Gray and David Hale.
- British Archaeology Volume 178 (May/June 2021). Much of this issue is concerned with Wales.
- Brycheiniog Volume 52 (2021), p.23-57 Hay Castle and Haysland: the architectural personality of a Marcher Lordship, Richard Suggett.
- Community Archaeology & Heritage Journal Volume 8 (Number 1 February 2021), p.58-76 People, places and performance: reflections on community archaeology and heritage in north-east Wales, Paul Bedford and Penelope Foreman (CPAT).
- Railway & Canal Historical Society Journal Volume 40 (Part 4, Number 240 March 2021) p.239-248 Mr Gladstone, coal and Wrexham’s second railway, David Parry.
- Vernacular Architecture Group Newsletter Volume 80 (April 2021), p.29-33 A fireplace at Plas Menai, Llan Ffestiniog, Gwynedd, Avis Reynolds (Discovering Old Welsh Houses group).
- Victorian Volume 66 ( March 2021), p.21 Casework – Palace Theatre, Swansea.
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