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Archive Records for LLYN GYNON, ENCLOSURE

Catalogue Number Collection Record Description Medium
657722 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs An enclosure and long house on the shores of Llyn Gynon, with a view of the Cambrian Mountains beyond. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 2nd April 2013. photo
657726 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs Enclosure and long house on shores of Llyn Gynon in the Cambrian Mountains, south east of Pontrhydfendigaid. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 2nd April 2013. photo
560897 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 1, Figure 8: 'Map of pollen profile sites of central Wales'. cartographic
657723 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs An enclosure and long house on the shores of Llyn Gynon, with a view of the Cambrian Mountains beyond. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 2nd April 2013. photo
881122 RCAHMW Uplands Initiative Cwmystwyth - Cwm Mwyro Survey Earthwork, looking west. photo
881123 RCAHMW Uplands Initiative Cwmystwyth - Cwm Mwyro Survey Enclosure, looking south photo
881124 RCAHMW Uplands Initiative Cwmystwyth - Cwm Mwyro Survey Enclosure, detail, looking south photo
657724 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs An enclosure and long house on the shores of Llyn Gynon, with a view of the Cambrian Mountains beyond. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 2nd April 2013. photo
657725 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs Enclosure and long house on shores of Llyn Gynon in the Cambrian Mountains, south east of Pontrhydfendigaid. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 2nd April 2013. photo