RCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of Allt Goch Crannog, Rhayader, 13-10-1992, Ref. DI2013_0735 NPRN 261838

Royal Commission Archive & Library Bulletin of Newly Catalogued Material – March 2020

Archives

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.

Copy of an early illustrated map showing Bardsey Island, Ref. DI2009_0743, C.436366 NPRN 402783
Copy of an early illustrated map showing Bardsey Island, Ref. DI2009_0743, C.436366 NPRN 402783


Books

All our books and journals can be found on the Royal Commission’s Library Catalogue and viewed in our Library and Search Room.

  • Blake, Brian (ed.) 1965. Industrial Archaeology: A Guide to the Technological Revolution of Britain. London: British Broadcasting Corporation.
  • Cadw. 1994. Strategic Framework for Funding Archaeological Work in Wales. Cardiff: Cadw.
  • Cadw. 2002. What Is Scheduling? Cardiff: Cadw.
  • Cunliffe, Barry. 1972. Cradle of England: An Introduction through Archaeology to the Early History of England and a Brief Guide to Selected Sites in the South. London: British Broadcasting Corporation.
  • Galinsky, Gunther; Jürgen Leistner; Gernot Scheuermann. 2001. Kavernenkraftwerk Drei-Brüder-Schacht: Geschichte und Überlegungen zur Rekonstruktion. Freiberg: Saxonia, Standortentwicklungs- und -verwaltungsgesellschaft mbH.
  • Gooch, Geoffrey D. 1991. Teknikimporten från Storbritannien 1825-1850 en studie av Göta kanals och Motala verkstads betydelse som förindustriella teknikimportörer: en rapport från forskningsprojektet Göta kanal. Linköping: Univ. Hekker, R.C. 1991. Historische boerderijtypen = Historical types of farms. Arnhem: Stichting Historisch Boerderij-onderzoek. Langberg, Harald. 1968. Skorstenspiber = Chimneys. København, Foreningen til Gamle Bygningers Bevaring; (Arkitekten).
  • Lee, Charles E. 1962. The Welsh Highland Railway. Dawlish: Welsh Highland Railway Society; David & Charles.
  • Lock, Katy and Ellis, Hugh. 2020. New towns: the rise, fall and rebirth. London: RIBA Publishing.
  • Marshall, Des. 2018. Exploring Snowdonia’s slate heritage: 26 great walks. London: Yale University Press.
  • Møller, Elna. 1960. Tømrede klokkehuse. København: Arkitektens forlag.
  • Stoklund, Bjarne. 1969. Bondegard og byggeskik : før 1850. København: Dansk historisk faellesforening.
RCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of Allt Goch Crannog, Rhayader, 13-10-1992, Ref. DI2013_0735 NPRN 261838
RCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of Allt Goch Crannog, Rhayader, 13-10-1992, Ref. DI2013_0735 NPRN 261838


Journals

  • AJ Specification February (2020).
  • Ancient Monuments Society Newsletter Spring (2020).
  • Ancient Monuments Society Transactions Volume 64 (2020).
  • Architects’ Journal Volume 247 (Part 04, 27/02/2020).
  • Architects’ Journal Volume 247 (Part 05, 12/03/2020).
  • Carmarthenshire Antiquary Volume 55 (2019).
  • Current Archaeology Volume 361 (April 2020).
  • Eavesdropper Volume 61 (Spring 2020).
  • Newyddion CHERISH News, Volume 5 (January 2020).
  • Railway and Canal Historical Society Bulletin Volume 484 (March 2020).
  • Railway and Canal Historical Society Journal Volume 40 (Part 1, No. 237 March 2020).
  • The Victorian Number 63 (March 2020).
  • Tools & Trades History Society Newsletter Volume 145 (Spring 2020).
  • Welsh Railways Research Circle Newsletter Volume 162 (Spring 2020).
Colour oblique aerial photograph of Ynys Gwylan, 03-05-2017, Ref. CH2019_179_001 C.658899 NPRN 544002
Colour oblique aerial photograph of Ynys Gwylan, 03-05-2017, Ref. CH2019_179_001 C.658899 NPRN 544002


Journals: Current Awareness

  • Ancient Monuments Society Newsletter Spring (2020) p.8 Casework: the Inn Between, Usk, Monmouthshire; p.9 St Mary, Butetown, Cardiff; p.9-10 St Garmon, Castle Caereinion; p.10 Capel y Mynach, Devil’s Bridge; p.11 St Elidan, Llaneliden, Clwyd; Capel Graig, Machynlleth, Powys; p.11-12 St Cadoc, Penrhos, Monmouthshire.
  • Friends of Friendless Churches, Director’s Report p.15 appeal to save St Philip’s, Caereon, Gwynedd LBI.
  • Tales from Friend’s Churches p. 16 St Beuno, Penmorfa, Gwynedd; p16-17 St Jerome, Llangwm Uchaf, Monmouthshire; p.17 St Mary’s, Llanfair Kilgeddin, Monmouthshire; St Cadoc, Llangattock-Vibon-Avel, Monmouthshire; p.17-18 St Brothen, Llanfrothen, Gwynedd.
  • Grants given by the National Lottery Heritage Fund – p.25 Cardiff Market restoration; Flint – improvement project; p.26 Capel y Mynach, Devil’s Bridge – Community project; St Michael, Llanfihangel-y-Creuddyn, Ceredigion; Nevern Church, Monmouthshire. P.30 article on the ‘Experiencing Sacred Wales’ project. P37 The table of tree-ring dated buildings for England and Wales has been updated on www.vag.org.uk/dendro-tables.
  • Current Archaeology Volume 361 (April 2020) p.8-9 World Heritage Nomination for Welsh Slate. P.9 Gothic Sculpture at Anglesey Abbey. P.11 Roman discoveries at Llanwern.
  • Tools & Trades History Society Newsletter Volume 145 (Spring 2020), p.6-12 Iron and steel making in South Wales (reprinted with some editing from The English Illustrated Magazine for 1884-5).
RCAHMW colour oblique photograph of Caldey Island 24-07-2012 Ref AP_2012_3286 C.917487 NPRN 401669
RCAHMW colour oblique photograph of Caldey Island 24-07-2012 Ref AP_2012_3286 C.917487 NPRN 401669


Coronavirus closure

In line with Government guidance and National Library of Wales policy, we have decided to close our public search room for the foreseeable future. However, we value our clients and our Enquiry Team will continue to answer enquiries sent to them by email and telephone to the best of their ability. We are presently unable to gain access to our physical archives and therefore may not be able to answer every enquiry. We will, however, do our best using the digital resources available to us. With many people working from home over the next few weeks, we recognise that this will be an ideal opportunity to catch up with work or undertake research and we will do everything possible to assist you with this.

Christopher Catling
RCAHMW Secretary


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03/31/2020

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