View of Rhyl showing the new pavillion and bandstand complex. Image Ref: WPW002012, Arc. 6370221

Royal Commission Archive & Library Bulletin of Newly Catalogued Material – May-June 2021

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.

View of Rhyl showing the new pavillion and bandstand complex. Image Ref: WPW002012, Arc. 6370221
View of Rhyl showing the new pavillion and bandstand complex. Image Ref: WPW002012, Arc. 6370221

Books

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

  • Ceredigion Heritage Youth Panel. 2021. Hanes ty ar y mynydd / The story of a house on a hill. Aberystwyth: Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales.
  • Darvill, Timothy et al. 2020. Timeline, the archaeology of the south Wales gas pipeline: excavations between Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire and Tirley, Gloucestershire. Cirencester: Cotswold Archaeology.
  • Gruffydd Jones, Maureen. 2020. Our Family History: Vol. I: Wales and Lancashire, Vol. II: Aberystwyth and Trefeglwys, and Vol. III: Cardiganshire: Aberystwyth and Llangeitho. Chichester: Gruffydd Jones.
  • Hume, Philip. 2021. Welsh Marcher Lordships: Vol. I, Central & North. Eardisley: Logaston.
  • Malim, Tim & Nash, George (Eds.). 2020. Old Oswestry Hillfort and its Landscape: Ancient Past, Uncertain Future. Oxford: Archaeopress.
  • Reynolds, Paul. 2019. Swansea and Gower Coalfield 1301-1968. Peterborough: Paul Reynolds.
Aerial view of Holy Cross Church, Mwnt, NPRN 301815, Image Ref: DI2005_0131, Arc 6162080
Aerial view of Holy Cross Church, Mwnt, NPRN 301815, Image Ref: DI2005_0131, Arc 6162080

Journals

  • AJ Specification Volumes forApril, May and June (2021).
  • Architects’ Journal Volumes 248 (Issue 4, 22/04/2021, 5, 20/05/2021 and 6, 17/06/2021).
  • Archive: Journal for British Industrial and Transport History Volume 110 (June 2021).
  • Association for Studies in the Conservation of Historic Buildings Transactions Volume 43 (2021).
  • British Archaeology Volume 179 (July/August 2021).
  • Brycheiniog Volume 51 (2020).
  • Carmarthenshire Antiquary Volume 56 (2020).
  • Casemate Volume 121 (May 2021).
  • Chapel Society Newsletter Volume 77 (May 2021).
  • Community Archaeology & Heritage Journal Volume 8 (Number 2, May 2021).
  • Gower Society Newsletter Spring (2021).
  • Montgomeryshire Collections Volume 109 (2021).
  • Morgannwg: Journal of Glamorgan History Volume 64 (2020).
  • Past: the Newsletter of the Prehistoric Society Volume 97 (Spring 2021).
  • Railway and Canal Historical Society Bulletin Volume 491 (May 2021).
  • Regional Furniture Society Journal Volume 34 (2020).
  • Regional Furniture Society Newsletter Volume 73 (Autumn 2020).
  • The Georgian Magazine Volume 01 (Spring 2021).
  • The Georgian Group Journal Volume 29 (2021).
  • Tijdschrift van de Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed Volume 02 (2021). 
  • Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion Volume 26 (2020).
  • Welsh Mines Society Newsletter Volume 84 (Spring 2021).
Foxhole house and cottages on beach, near Llanbedrog, NPRN 26325, Image Ref: AP_2015_2128, Arc. 6510227
Foxhole house and cottages on beach, near Llanbedrog, NPRN 26325, Image Ref: AP_2015_2128, Arc. 6510227

Journals: Current Awareness

  • Casemate Volume 121 (May 2021), p. 31-44 The Defence of the Bristol Channel, John Cartwright.
  • British Archaeology Volume 179 (July/August 2021), p. 22-27 Conflict archaeology at Caernarfon Castle, Oliver Cook and Chris Wild; p.56 The chapel at the boundary, Mick Sharp.
  • The Georgian Magazine Volume 01 (Spring 2021), p.25 Casework: 10 Water Street, Aberaeron, Cae Efa Lwyd Fawr, Clynnog Road, Penygroes, Drws Nesa, Llanfair Kilgedding, Royal Dockyard, Pembrokeshire and 54 Eastgate Street, Cowbridge.
  • The Georgian Group Journal Volume 29 (2021), p197-214 ‘Happy combination of judgment and good taste’: St. Winefride’s Church in Holywell, Wales, Stephen Withnell.
  • Past: the Newsletter of the Prehistoric Society Volume 97 (Spring 2021) p.3-5 Form vs function: a use-wear and experimental analysis of microdenticulates in Mesolithic Wales, Victoria Alexander; p.12-13 Disarticulated human remains from Neolithic cave burials in south-west Britain, Eirini Konstantinidi.
Craig Goch reservoir, Elan Valley Water Scheme, NPRN 32521, Image Ref: AP_2015_1520, Arc. 6506418
Craig Goch reservoir, Elan Valley Water Scheme, NPRN 309536, Image Ref: AP_2015_1520, Arc. 6506418

Due to the ongoing situation with the Coronavirus, the Royal Commission’s search room is only open to the public on a limited basis subject to appointment. We are also continuing to answer remote enquiries and offering a full scanning service. Please see the website, www.rcahmw.gov.uk, or contact us for details: nmr.wales@rcahmw.gov.uk, Tel: 01970 621200.
We look forward to hearing from you.

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

07/02/2021

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