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(Collection Level) Archive of material from an Uplands Initiative survey of the Elan Valley, consisting of two finished reports, black and white photographs, colour slides and digital survey data on CD. Survey carried out by Cambrian Archaeological Projects for RCAHMW, 2000-2001. UPLANDS INITIATIVE - ELAN VALLEY SURVEY ARCHIVE C28834
(Collection Level) A collection digital photographs of Bethania Chapel, St. Mellons, including the graveyard, produced by Mr John Fletcher. BETHANIA CHAPEL, ST. MELLONS PHOTOGRAPHS C436999
(Group Level) Neolithic Axe Factory, Mynydd Rhiw, Caernarvonshire; offprint of an article by C.H. Houlder, published in the Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society for 1961, vol XXVII, entitled "The Excavation of a Neolithic Stone Implement Factory on Mynydd Rhiw in Caernarvonshire"; black and white glass plates and negatives; black and white photographs taken during excavation, 1958-1959; correspondence and notes relating to the dispersal of the Mynydd Rhiw finds, 1958-1983; envelope containg black and white negatives and spare prints dated 1958-59; copies of drawings of implemtents; numerous original pencil drawings of stone implements; notes, correspondence and rpeorts dated 1956-1960; survey note book dated 1958-59; early draft copy of C.H. Houlder's article which was published in PPS 1961. C.H. HOULDER COLLECTION C408438
(Group Level) Report entitled "Written Scheme of Investigation for Archaeological Building Recording Level 3. Tonyrefail Comprehensive School " prepared by Archaeology Wales, project no 2457, 15 July 2016. EMERGENCY RECORDING COLLECTION C619111
(Group Level) Small box containing glass plates and photographs produced during the 1962-1963 excavations at Sycharth Castle. D.B. HAGUE SYCHARTH COLLECTION C420032
(Group Level) Project archive relating to an archaeological watching brief at land adjacent to A470 (Maesmawr Field), Caersws, Powys carried out by Archaeology Wales, 2018. ARCHAEOLOGY WALES PROJECT ARCHIVES C658140
(Group Level) Archaeological Watching Brief Report relating to St Athan's Church, St Athan. CAP Report Number 598. CAMBRIAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL PROJECTS ARCHIVE C570891
(Group Level) Digital report relating to an archaeological watching brief report of the installation of a water main replacement at Ty Tandderwen, Corwen. Produced by Aeon Archaeology: Project Code A0037.1; Report No. 0038. AEON ARCHAEOLOGY PROJECTS C594483
(Group Level) Archaeological Watching Brief for Aberpergwm Colliery, Glyn Neath, Neath. Produced by Cambrian Archaeological Projects: CAP Report Number 539. CAMBRIAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL PROJECTS ARCHIVE C600647
(Group Level) Archaeological desk based assessment report for Grangetown Medical Centre, Grangetown, Cardiff, site ref P1070, report no 626 produced by Cambrian Archaeological Projects/Archaeology Wales Ltd, May 2010. ARCHAEOLOGY WALES PROJECT ARCHIVES C607627
(Sub-Group Level) Volume 1, Series 1 of the notebooks by R.E. Kay. Notebook contains notes, extracts and drawings relating to White Castle and is then divided into seven journeys: Journey I, part 1 Monmouth-Skenfrith- Oroop-Kilpeck-Pontrlas-Ewyas Harold; part 2 Ewyas Harold-Abbey Dore-Vowchurch-Dorstone-Clifford-Hay-Painscastle-Erwood-Boughrood-Bronllys-Talgarth; part 3, Talgarth-Castell Dinas-Teffecca-Talyllyn-Scethrog- Talybont-Penkelly-Llandew-Brecon-Felin Camlais-HeolSenni-Sennybridge; part 4 Heol Senni-Ystradfellte(edged)-Penderyn-Vaynor-Castell Morlais; Journey II, Monmouth-Wonastow-Parc Grace Dieu- Llanfihangel-ystern-llewern- Onen-Whitecastle. Journey III, Crosskeys-Marstow-Llangarron-Tretire-Pencoyd-Llandinabo-Llanwarne-St Weonards-Treage-Old Furnace-Llanlowdy-Welsh Newton. Journey IV, Monmouth-Mitchel Troy-Cwmcarvan-Craig-y-dorth-Mitchel Troy Common. Journey V, Wonastow-Dingestow-Tregare-Penrhos-Llantilio Crossenny-Llanvetehrin-Cross Ash-Llanfaenor-Newcastle-St Maughan-Llanrothol-Osbaston-Monmouth. Journey VI, Redbrook(Boat Inn)-Glyn Farm-Penallt-Troy House. Journey VII, Lisvane-Twn-y-bailey-Pentwn. R.E. KAY COLLECTION C17180
(Sub-Group Level) Volume 2, Series 1 of the notebooks by R. E. Key (1937-1940). Notebook contains notes and drawings on journeys 8-28 around Monmouthshire, Pembrokeshire and Glamorgan, including several annotated OS maps, and mounted photographs. Journey 8, Kerne Bridge-Goodrich(village)-Cross Keys- Whitchurch. Journey 9, Redbrook(Boat Inn)-Maryland-Trelleck-Trelleck Grange-Wern-y-Parc-Tintern Cross-Penterry-St Arvans. Journey 10, Mounton-Runston-Dinham-Shirenewton-Mounton. Journey 11, Llanvair Discoed-Grey Hill-Llanvaches. Journey 12, Llanishen-Lisvane-Pantglas-CefnOn-Thornhill-Capel Gwilym. Journey 13, Pentwn Farm-Cefn Mably-Llanedeyrn. Journey 14, Rogiet-Llanfihangel near Rogiet-Undy-Magor-Wilcrick-Bishton-Llanwern. Journey 15, Caerau-Cwrt yr Ala-Michaelston le Pit-Leckwith. Journey 16, Llandough-Cogan(edge of)-Old Cogan-Lavernock-Cosmeston-Lower Penarth-Morriston. Journey 17, Dinas Powys-St Andrews Major-Cadoxton-Merthyr Dyfan-Brynhill-Wenvoe. Journey 18, Culverhouse Cross-Drope-St Georges-St Brides Super Ely-Capel Llanilltern. Journey 19, Little Radyr-Radyr-Pantawel-Pentyrch-Rhydlafr Crossroads. Joureny 20, Nantgarw-Eglwysilan-Llanfabon. Journey 21, Michaelston super Ely-St Fagans-St Brides super Ely-Peterston super Ely-St Nicholas. Journey 22, Lisvane-Fairoak-Rudry-Draethan-Machen-Rhiwderyn-Michaelston y Fedw-St Mellons. Journey 23, Caerau Crossroads-Wenvoe(edge of)-Twyn yr Odyn-St Lythans-Dyffryn-Lidmore-Brynhill. Journey 24, Peterston super Ely-Pendofan-Miskin-Groefaen-Capel Llanilltern-Rhydlafr Crossroads. Journey 25, Upper Boat-Tonteg-Llantwit Fardre(Church Vilage)-Pen y Coedcae-Castellau-Llantrisant. Journey 26, Sully Crossroads-Sully- Sully Island-Swanbridge-Cog-Dinas Powys. Journey 27, Laleston-Tythegston-The lost land of Merthyr Mawr-Candleston Castle-Merthyr Mawr village-Ogmore-Newcastle(Bridgend). Journey 28, St Florence-Carew Cheriton-Milton-Carew-Sageston-Redberth. R.E. KAY COLLECTION C17181
(Sub-Group Level) Volume 3, Series 1 of the notebooks by R.E. Kay (1941-1947). Notebook contains details on journeys 29-39 around Monmouthshire and the borders. Journey 29, Kenderchurch-Ewyas Harold-Ewyas Harold Common-Bacton. Journey 30, Ewyas Harold- Dulas. Journey 31, Ewyas Harold-Rowlestone-Llancillo-Llangua. Journey 32, Tram Inn-Dewsall-Callow. Journey 33, Ewyas Harold-Pontrilas-Rowleston-Walterstone-Oldcastle-Trewyn-Cwmyoy-Henllan--Llanthony-Capel y Ffin. Journey 34, Llanvihangel-Crucorney-Stanton-Twyn y Gaer. Journey 35, Dulas-Lower Maes y Coed-Newton-St Margarets-Turnastone-Vowchurch-Vowchurch Common-Monnington Straddle-Kerry's Gate-Abbeydore-Ewyas Harold. Journey 36, Pontrilas-Llangua-Grosmont-Norton-Skenfrith-Garway-Kentchurch-Pontrilas. Journey 37, Grosmont-Graig Serrertnin-Cross Ash-Llanfair Kilgoed-Bont-Llangattock Lingoed-Campston Hill-Greig-Llangua. Journey 38, Pandy-Elsdock-Longtown-Balls Cross-Ewyas Harold. Journey 39, Ewyas Harold-Mount Hill-Wormbridge-St Deveraux-Didley. Also included are detailed notes and sketches of several castles, including Carn Brea, Caer Dane, Kingsthorpe Castle, Castle Arnold, Rowlston Castle, Papton Moat, Fotheringay Castle and Yeldon Castle. R.E. KAY COLLECTION C17188
(Sub-Group Level) Volume 1, Series 3 of the notebooks by R. E. Kay. Notebook contains plans and descriptions and photographs of churches and chapels in Brecknockshire, Devonshire, Glamorganshire, Herefordshire and Monmouthshire. December 1947 to May 1949 R.E. KAY COLLECTION C17230
(Sub-Group Level) Volume 2, Series 3 of the notebook collection by R.E. Kay. The notebook contains plans sketches of churches and chapels in Brecknockshire, Devonshire, Glamorganshire, Herefordshire and Monmouthshire. There is an annotated OS site map of Llanderfel Churches. May 1949 to April 1950. R.E. KAY COLLECTION C17231
(Sub-Group Level) Volume 3, Series 3 of the notebook collection by R.E. Kay. Notebook contains plans and sketches of churches and chapels in Brecknockshire, Herefordshire, Monmouthshire and Radnorshire. Als included are detailed plans of cairns on Mynydd Pen Cyrn and Cefn Yr Ystrad, Castell Dinas and Hen Castell in Brechnockshire. There are also plans and sketches of Penbidwal moat, Trelleck Cross, and cairns at Cefn Pyllau Duon in Monmouthshire.April 1950 to November 1950. R.E. KAY COLLECTION C17233
(Sub-Group Level) Volume 4, Series 3 of the notebook collection by R.E. Kay. The notebook contains notes, sketches and photographs of churches, chapels and other sites, including Goytre 'Moat', and Castle Troggy, in Brecknockshire, Glamorganshire, Herefordshire and Monmouthshire. There are numerous photographs fo sites, and ananotated OS map. December 1950 to December 1951. R.E. KAY COLLECTION C17234
(Sub-Group Level) Volume 5, Series 3 of the notebook collection by R.E. Kay. The notebook contains detailed plans and sketches of castles in Herefordshire, including Snodhill castle and Longton castle. There are also descriptions of St. Ffraed's Well, and Old Castleston earthworks. There is an appendix on the 'Norman occupation of the lands in the Golden Valley' by G.Marshall F.S.A., dated 26/6/1938. January 1952 to April 1952 R.E. KAY COLLECTION C17235
(Sub-Group Level) Volume 6, Series 3 of the notebookcollection by R.E. Kay. The notebook contains plans and sketches of churches and chapels in Carmarthenshire and Glamorganshire, including the Parish Church of St. Ishmael. There is also a section on the Mynydd Gwair Cairns, in numerous parts. April 1952 to June 1953. R.E. KAY COLLECTION C17238
(Sub-Group Level) Volume 7, Series 3 of the notebook collection by R.E. Kay. The notebook contains sketches, plans and photographs of churches, chapels and castles in Brecknockshire, Carmarthenshire, Glamorganshire, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Monmouthshire, Pembrokeshire and Radnorshire. There are particularly detailed accounts of Capel Gilfach-Y-Bettws, and St. Mary's Church, Kenderchurch. June 1953 to March 1954. R.E. KAY COLLECTION C17239
(Sub-Group Level) Volume 8, Series 3 of the notebook collecton by R.E.Kay. The notebook contains plans sketches and photographs of churches, chapels, castles in Brecknockshire, Carmarthenshire, Cornwall, Glamorganshire, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Monmouthshire and Pembrokeshire. Other sites include Fair Cross, Watside Cross, Three Holes Cross and Clawdd British. April 1954 to May 1955. R.E. KAY COLLECTION C17241
(Sub-Group Level) Volume 9, Series 3 of the notebook collection by R.E. Kay. The notebook contains sketches, plans and photographs of sites in Brecknockshire, Carmarthenshire, Cornwall, Devonshire, Glamorganshire and Herefordshire. The sites include churches and chapels, and several crosses, such as Holloway Cross, Nunnery Hill Cross and Luscombe Cross. May 1955 to May 1957 R.E. KAY COLLECTION C17242
(Sub-Group Level) Volume 10, Series 3 of the notebook collection by R.E. Kay. The notebook contains plans sktches and photographs of churches, chapels, castles and other sites in Brecknockshire, Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire, Cornwall, Devonshire, Glamorganshire, Herefordshire and Pembrokeshire. Other sites include Crasswall Priory, Cae-Morgan Tumulus and Lower Well earthwork. May 1957 to November 1960. R.E. KAY COLLECTION C17244
(Sub-Group Level) Volume 11, Series 3 of the notebook collection by R.E. Kay. The notebook contains plans sketches and photographs of churches, castles and other sites in Brecknockshire, Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire, Herefordshire and Monmouthshire. Other sites included are the Roman fortlet, Mynydd Myddfai, and earthwork at Garway Hill. May 1960 to February 1962. R.E. KAY COLLECTION C17245