Fonmon Castle Library, 1979 Ref. DI2006_1952 C.422949 NPRN: 300300

Royal Commission Archive & Library Bulletin of Newly Catalogued Material – September 2019

Archives

Trawsgoed Mansion Library, 1981 Ref. DI2011_0081     C.540807     NPRN: 35307
Trawsgoed Mansion Library, 1981 Ref. DI2011_0081 C.540807 NPRN: 35307

Archaeology Wales Project Archives
Project archives relating to:

Bristol and Region Archaeological Services Survey Archives
Project archives relating to:

Cadw Listed Buildings 35mm Colour Negative Collection: Ref. CLBN
Colour negatives, taken by Cadw during their listed building resurvey programme, relating to buildings in the communities of Wales.
Covering dates: 1980-2010 

Emergency Recording Collection
Digital photo survey, and associated material, relating to:

Flintshire County Council Collection

  • Colour photographic surveys relating to various properties, mainly in Flintshire, 1998: Ref. FCCC/04/14

General Digital Donations Collection
Digital photos relating to:

  • Pembroke Dock taken by Royal Air Force in 1943 – copies from prints, 2019: Ref. DD2019_009
  • Views of potato clamps at Pen y Garreg, 2019: Ref. DD2019_010
Falcon Hildred print of the Former Library and Reading Room, Blaenau Ffestiniog, 1978 Ref. FHA01/110/01     C.553287     NPRN: 416255
Falcon Hildred print of the Former Library and Reading Room, Blaenau Ffestiniog, 1978 Ref. FHA01/110/01 C.553287 NPRN: 416255

Investigators’ Digital Photography

RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs
Aerial photographs, taken during the 2018 drought: Ref. AP2019_937-AP2019_988

Wessex Archaeology Project Archives
Project archives relating to:

  • Lidl Supermarket, Ffordd Parc Ynysderw, Pontardawe, 2016: Ref. WAP_14
  • Brechfa Forest West Wind Farm, Pontardawe, 2016: Ref. WAP_15
  • Glyn Derw High School, Cardiff, 2017: Ref. WAP_16
  • Bryn Cynau Isaf, Cwmffrwd, Carmarthenshire, 2017: Ref. WAP_17
  • Black Rock Road, Portskewett, Monmouthshire, 2018: Ref. WAP_18
Bangor University Library, 2007 Ref. DS2007_405_002     C.528821     NPRN: 23260
Bangor University Library, 2007 Ref. DS2007_405_002 C.528821 NPRN: 23260

Books

  • All our books and journals can be found on the Royal Commission’s Library Catalogue and viewed in our Library and Search Room.
  • Adams, Philip and Davies, Martin. 2018. Re-shaping rail in south Wales: The railways of Briton Ferry and district – past, present and future. Ludlow: Philip Adams and Martin Davies.
  • Barnatt, John. 2019. The archaeology of underground mines and quarries in England. Swindon: Historic England.
  • Comeau, Rhiannon and Seaman, Andy. 2019. Living off the land: Agriculture in Wales c.400-1600 A.D. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
  • Coulis, Anthony. 2019. The slate industry. Stroud: Amberley.
  • Fisk, Stephen. 2018. Abandoned villages. Stroud: Amberley.
  • Grigg, Erik. 2018. Warfare, raiding and defence in early Medieval Britain. Ramsbury: The Crowood Press.
  • Guise, Richard and Webb, James. 2018. Characterising neighbourhoods: exploring local assets of community significance. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Jones, Andrew Meirion and Diaz-Guardamino, Marta. 2019. Making a mark: image and process in Neolithic Britain and Ireland. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
  • Rollason, David. 2019. Princes of the Church: Bishops and their palaces. London: Routledge.
  • Winchester, Angus. 2016. Dry stone walls. Stroud: Amberley.

Offprints from the Vernacular Architecture Group Library

  • Aalen, F.H.A. 1967. Furnishings of Traditional Houses in the Wicklow Hills, offprint from Ulster Folklife, Volume 13, pp. 61-68. Holywood: Ulster Folk and Transport Museum.
  • Alcock, Nathaniel W. 1978. Vernacular Architecture: Historical Evidence and Historical Problems, offprint from the Proceedings of the 1975 Winterthur Conference, Norton (U.S.A.), pp. 109-120. Charlottesville: University Press.
  • Baumgarten, Karl. Bericht über die Teilnahme an zwei Hausforgchertagungen in England (Report on Two Vernacular Group Meetings Attended in England in 1976 and 1977), draft from the author, p.19.
  • Crawford, W.H.; Gailey, Alan. 1981. Ulster and Industrial Archaeology offprint from Ulster Folklife, Volume 27, pp. 81-87. Holywood: Ulster Folk and Transport Museum.
  • Drinkwater, Norman. 1949. The Old Market Hall, Hereford, offprint from The Woolhope Naturalists Field Club Papers, pp. 1-13. Woolhope Naturalists Field Club.
  • Fletcher, J.M. 1970. Radiocarbon Dating of Medieval, Timber-Framed Cruck Cottages, chapter offprint from UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Contributions: IV: Scientific Methods in Medieval Archaeology, ed. By Rainer Berger, pp. 141-157. Berkeley: University of California Press.
  • Gailey, Alan. 1976. The Housing of the Rural Poor in Nineteenth-Century Ulster, offprint from Ulster Folklife, Volume 22, pp. 34-58. Holywood: Ulster Folk and Transport Museum.
  • Gailey, Alan. 1984. Introduction and Spread of the Horse-Powered Threshing Machine to Ulster’s Farms in the Nineteenth Century: Some Aspects, offprint from Ulster Folklife, Volume 30, pp. 37-54. Holywood: Ulster Folk and Transport Museum.
  • McCourt, Desmond; Evans, E. Estyn. 1968. A Late Seventeenth-Century Farmhouse at Shantallow, near Londonderry, offprint from Ulster Folklife, Volume 14, pp. 14-23. Holywood: Ulster Folk and Transport Museum.
  • Meirion-Jones, Gwyn I. 1979. The Bed-outshot in Brittany, offprint from Ulster Folklife, Volume 25, pp. 29-53. Holywood: Ulster Folk and Transport Museum.
  • Nattrass, Mary. 1958. Witch Posts and Early Dwellings in Cleveland, offprint from The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Volume 39, pp. 136-146. Wakefield: West Yorkshire Printing Co. Limited.
  • Ó Danachair, Caoimhín. 1956. Three Types of Houses, offprint from Ulster Folklife, Volume 2, pp. 22-26. Holywood: Ulster Folk and Transport Museum.
  • Ó Danachair, Caoimhín. 1968. A Timber-framed House near Slane, County Meath, off-print from Ulster Folklife, Volume 14, pp. 24-27. Holywood: Ulster Folk and Transport Museum.
  • Pacey, A.J. 1966. Ornamental Porches of Mid-Seventeenth Century Halifax, offprint from The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, volume 41, pp. 455-464. Wakefield: West Yorkshire Printing Co. Limited.
  • Pexton, Frank and McCann, John. 2010. A Columbarium at Overbury Church, offprint from Transactions of the Worcestershire Archaeological Society, Volume 22, pp. 97-104. Worcester: Worcestershire Archaeological Society.
  • Robinson, Philip. 1979. Vernacular Housing in Ulster in the Seventeenth Century, offprint from Ulster Folklife, Volume 25, pp. 1-28. Holywood: Ulster Folk and Transport Museum.
  • Robinson, Philip. 1982. A Water-Mill Built in 1615 by The Drapers’ Company at Moneymore, County Londonderry, offprint from Ulster Folklife, Volume 28, pp. 49-55. Holywood: Ulster Folk and Transport Museum.
  • Smith, J.T. 1970. The Reliability of Typological Dating of Medieval Roofs, chapter offprint from UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Contributions: IV: Scientific Methods in Medieval Archaeology, ed. By Rainer Berger, pp. 239-269. Berkeley: University of California Press.
  • Whinney, Richard. 1982. “all that capital messuage called Wickham Place”: A brief account of the excavation and research on the manor house at Wickham, Hampshire, 1975-1980, Winchester Archaeology Office Report Number One, pp. 2-28. Winchester: City of Winchester.
  • Wood, Charles B. 1965. A Survey and Bibliography of Writings on English and American Architectural Books Published before 1895, from Winterthur Portfolio II, pp. 127-137. Wilmington: Winterthur Museum.

Journals

  • Antiquity Volume 093 (Part 368, April 2019; Part 369, June 2019 & Part 370, August 2019).
  • Archaeologia Cambrensis Volume 168 (2019).
  • Architects’ Journal Volume 246 (Part 18, 26/09/2019).
  • Architects’ Journal Specification September (2019).
  • Cartographic Journal Volume 56 (Number 3, August 2019).
  • Cartographiti Volume 96 (Autumn 2019).
  • Chapels Society Newsletter Volume 72 (September 2019).
  • Current Archaeology Volume 355 (October 2019).
  • Current World Archaeology Volume 97 (October/November 2019).
  • Essex Historic Buildings Group Newsletter Number 6 (September 2019).
  • Gower Society Newsletter Autumn (2019).
  • Railway and Canal Historical Society Bulletin Volume 481 (September 2019).
  • Talyllyn News Volume 263 (September 2019).
  • Touchstone (2019).
  • Welsh Mills Society Newsletter Volume 137 (October 2019).

Journals: Current Awareness

  • Current Archaeology Volume 355 (October 2019), p.8 ‘New finds from the Pembrokeshire chariot burial’. P.65 Sherds – Dating ancient yews with reference to the Llangernyw Yew in Snowdonia.
  • New film: Inside Ty Pawb, AJ Retrofit of the Year: Featherstone Young’s community centre in Wrexham named ‘AJ Retrofit of the Year’ in September 2019.
Fonmon Castle Library, 1979 Ref. DI2006_1952     C.422949     NPRN: 300300
Fonmon Castle Library, 1979 Ref. DI2006_1952 C.422949 NPRN: 300300

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10/08/2019

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