Royal Commission Archive & Library Bulletin of Newly Catalogued Material

November – January 2020/2021


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.

Inscribed Stone, Bardsey Island, 2009 c532570 Ref. DS2009_178_003 NPRN 275724

Books


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

Doe, Norman. 2020. A new history of the Church in Wales: governance and ministry, theology and society. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Harwood, Elain and Powers, Alan. 2020. Building for business. London: Twentieth Century Society.

Johnston, Robert. 2020. Bronze Age worlds: a social prehistory of Britain and Ireland. London: Routledge.

Bridell 1 Inscribed Stone, St David’s Church, Bridell, 1999 c492412 Ref. DI2016¬0077 NPRN 304080

Journals


  • Ancient Monuments Society/Friends of Friendless Churches Newsletter Part 3 (Autumn 2020).
  • British Archaeology Volume 175 (November/December 2020) and Volume 176 (January/February 2021).
  • Cartographiti Volume 97 (Summer 2020).
  • Cartographic Journal Volume 57 (Number 1, February 2020 & Number 2, May 2020).
  • Chapels Society Newsletter Volume 75 (September 2020).
  • Community Archaeology & Heritage Volume 7 (Number 4, November 2020).
  • Current Archaeology Volume 370 (January 2021).
  • Current World Archaeology Volumes 100 (April/May 2020), 103 (October/November 2020) and 104 (December 2020/January 2021).
  • Domestic Buildings Research Group (Surrey) Newsletter Volume 145 (June 2020) & 146 (October 2020).
  • Eavesdropper Volume 62 (Winter 2020).
  • Essex Historic Buildings Group Newsletter Volume 6 (November 2020).
  • Georgian Volume 2 (Autumn 2020).
  • Gower Journal Volume 71 (2020).
  • Gower Society Newsletter Autumn (2020).
  • Historic Churches: The Conservation and Repair of Ecclesiastical Buildings Volume 27 (2020).
  • Landscapes Volume 20 (No. 1, July 2019).
  • Llafur Volume 12 (Number 3 2018).
  • Merioneth Historical and Record Society Journal Volume 18 (Part 3 2020).
  • Past: Newsletter of the Prehistoric Society Volume 95 (Summer 2020).
  • Pembrokeshire Volume 29 (2020).
  • Railway and Canal Historical Society Journal Volume 40 (Part 3, No. 239, November 2020).
  • Railway and Canal Historical Society Bulletin Volume 488 (November 2020).
  • Sheetlines Volume 119 (December 2020).
  • S.O.S News from the Friends of the Newport Ship Volume 28 (September 2020).
  • Tools & Trades History Society Newsletter Volume 146 (Summer 2020) & Volume 147 (Autumn 2020).
  • Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion Volume 25 (2019).
  • Vernacular Building, Scottish Vernacular Buildings Working Group Volume 42 & 43 (2019 & 2020).
  • Welsh History Review Volume 30 (Number 2, December 2020).
  • Welsh Mills Society Newsletter Volumes 139 to 141 (2020).
  • Welsh Mines Society Newsletter Volume 83 (Autumn 2020).
  • Yorkshire Buildings Volume 47 (2019).
Pillar Stone, Reynoldston, 1965 c612903 Ref. DI2015_2525 NPRN301403

Journals: Current Awareness


Ancient Monuments Society/Friends of Friendless Churches Newsletter Part 3 (Autumn 2020)

  • Page 6 – Ancient Monuments Society Casework: Clarence Hotel, Pontypridd; Royal Pier, Aberystwyth; Island House, Laugharne; the Palace Theatre, Swansea;
  • Page 7 – Duffryn House Workmen’s Club and Institute, Mountain Ash;
  • Page 8 – St Mary’s Church, Bangor;
  • Page 9 – Dome graves at St Cynfarch’s Church, Hope, Clwyd;
  • Page 10 – Tirzah Baptist Chapel, Swansea.
  • Page 12 – Friends of Friendless Churches, Director’s Report, John Ystumllyn, a slave brought to Ynyscynhaearn.
  • Page 13 – ‘The Thin Place’, Rachel Morley – St Baglan’s.
  • Page 32 – Announcement that Richard Barrett’s collection of photographs of Welsh Chapels is available on the Welsh Religious Buildings Trust website. Threatened Places of Worship.
  • Page 35 – St Mary, Bodewryd and St Cattwg, Llanspyddid.
  • Page 38 – the Quaker meeting house, Colwyn Bay has recently been listed and St Elidan, Llanelidan is to become one of Wales’ first ‘Pilgrim Churches’.
  • Page 39 – there is a proposal for the former Bethania Chapel, Glynneath to become a community resource.

British Archaeology Volume 175 (November/December 2020)

  • Page 58 – ‘A stone table in the Preseli Hills’, Mick Sharp.

British Archaeology Volume 176 (January/February 2021)

  • Page 11 – Rossett Roman villa.

Current Archaeology Volume 370 (January 2021)

  • Pages 16-17 – ‘Tomen y Mur, Snowdonia National Park’.

Current World Archaeology Volumes 100 (April/May 2020)

  • Pages 58-59 – ‘Wales’s first mining boom, agricultural icons, and sunken ships’, Chris Catling.

Georgian Volume 2 (Autumn 2020)

  • Page 26 – Casework: Ivy Cottage, Llangernyw; Boughrood Castle, Brecon; Former Windsor Lodge Hotel, Swansea.
Esgair Las, inscribed animal head, 2006 c525721 Ref. DS2006_084_009 NPRN 404279

In line with Government guidance and National Library of Wales policy, we have closed our public search room for the time being. 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, using the digital resources available to us.

Though we have been unable to answer the enquiries that involve access to the physical archives over the last months, we are hoping to be able to do so again in the near future. In the meantime, we will do everything possible to assist you with your research.

Christopher Catling
RCAHMW Secretary

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

01/28/2021

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