Royal Commission Archive & Library Bulletin of Newly Catalogued Material – May 2022
Welcome to the latest monthly edition of the National Monuments Record of Wales (NMRW) Archives and Library Bulletin which lists all newly catalogued material. The archival items, library books and journal articles are all available to view in our public reading room. The full archive catalogue is available on Coflein and contains digital copies of many of the items listed. All publications may be found on our online Library Catalogue.
Our Library and reading room is open:
We are open Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 9:30 – 16:00, Wednesday 10:30-16:30
An appointment is advisable.
Archive items have been added to the following collections in the past month:
- AHP – Catholic Churches in Wales Collection
- PRD_03 – Paul R. Davis Collection
- General Digital Donations Collection
- DSC – RCAHMW Digital Survey Collection
- GBAC – Graham Brooks Architectural Collection
- ERC – Emergency Recording Collection
- NEC – Nancy Edwards Collection
Many of these items are hard copy, including large scale plans, photographs and reports, and are available to view in our searchroom in Aberystwyth; others are digital and can be viewed on our online catalogue Coflein.
Now catalogued and available on Coflein:
All our books and journals can be found on the Royal Commission’s Library Catalogue and viewed in our Library and Search Room.
- Crawford, James. 2015. An inventory for the nation. Edinburgh: Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland.
- Eastham, Anne. 2021. Man and bird in the Palaeolithic of Western Europe. Oxford: Archaeopress.
- Jenkins, David. 2002. A refuge in peace and war: the National Library of Wales to 1952. Aberystwyth: National Library of Wales.
- Wilkinson, Philip. 2018. Irreplaceable: a history of England in 100 places. Swindon: Historic England.
- Archaeology Ireland Volumes 34; 35 & 36 (No. 3, Issue 133; No. 3, Issue 137; No. 4, Issue 138 & No. 1, Issue 139).
- Archaeology Ireland Heritage Guide Volumes 90; 94; 95 & 96 (September 2020; September 2021; December 2021 & March 2022).
- Architects’ Journal Volume 249 (Issue 4, 21 April 2022).
- AJ Specification Volume April (2022).
- Brycheiniog Volume 53 (2022).
- The Building Conservation Directory Volume 29 (2022).
- Ceredigion: Journal of the Ceredigion Historical Society Volume 19 (No. 1 2021).
- Council for British Archaeology Wales/Cymru Newsletter Volume 3 (Spring 2022).
- Current Archaeology Issue 385 (April 2022).
- Essex Historic Buildings Group Newsletter Volume 4 (April 2022).
- The Gower Society Newsletter (Spring 2022).
- Journal of Community Archaeology and Heritage Volume 8 (No. 4 November 2021).
- Journal of Historic Buildings and Places Volume 01 (2022).
- Landscapes Volumes 21 & 22 (No. 2 December 2020 & No 2 December 2021).
- Maplines Volume Spring (2022).
- Medieval Settlement Research: The Journal of the Medieval Settlement Research Group Volume 36 (2021).
- The Montgomeryshire Collections Volume 110 (2022).
- Morgannwg: The Journal of Glamorgan History Volume 65 (2021).
- Past: The Newsletter of the Prehistoric Society Volume 100 (Spring 2022).
- Post-Medieval Archaeology Volume 55 (Parts 2 & 3 2021).
- The Railway Magazine Volume 164-165 (Nos 1402 to 1425, 2018-2019).
- Transactions of the Honorable Society of Cymmrodorion Volume 27 (2021).
- Welsh Railways Research Circle Newsletter Volume 169 (Spring 2022).
Journals: Current Awareness
- Medieval Settlement Research: The Journal of the Medieval Settlement Research Group Volume 36 (2021) P.61-67 Crop processing and early Medieval settlement: the evidence for Bayvil, Pembrokeshire, Rhiannon Comeau.
- Past: The Newsletter of the Prehistoric Society Volume 100 (Spring 2022) P14-15 Examining Neolithic mortuary treatment in caves: Ogof Colomendy, North Wales, Eirini Konstantinidi.
If you have any comments or enquiries, please feel free to contact us:
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Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales
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