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Archive6506497TitleAP2018_018 - RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial PhotographsLevelBatchDescriptionFindspot of Roman wooden head at Roman fort or settlement 'Bremia,' Llanio. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission's programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 3rd June 2015.MediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6511178TitleCSAM_HBB_2007_06 - Cadw Scheduled Ancient Monument 35mm NegativesLevelSub-groupDescriptionColour photo surveys of scheduled ancient monuments in Ceredigion carried out by Helen Burnham, 2007.MediumTwo sheets. Photo.Imagesn
Archive6425206Title711108 - NMR Site FilesLevelItemDescriptionClose up of excavation trench, Llanion Roman Fort.MediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6162313Title2003_5105_51 - RCAHMW Black and White Oblique Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW black and white oblique aerial photograph of Bremia, Llanio, Roman fort, with feint parchmarks of Roman streets. Taken by Toby Driver on 14/07/2003MediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6425203Title711105 - NMR Site FilesLevelItemDescriptionClose up of excavation trench, Llanion Roman Fort.MediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6162314Title2003_CS_1394 - RCAHMW Colour Oblique Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of Bremia, Llanio, Roman fort, with feint parchmarks of Roman streets. Taken by Toby Driver on 14/07/2003MediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6137816Title995023_53 - RCAHMW Black and White Oblique Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW Black and white oblique aerial photograph of Llanio Roman Fort (Bremia), Llanddewi Brefi, taken on 11/01/1999 by Toby DriverMediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6425205Title711109 - NMR Site FilesLevelItemDescriptionClose up of excavation trench, Llanion Roman Fort.MediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6425210Title71112 - NMR Site FilesLevelItemDescriptionView of excavation trench and excavated circular hole, Llanion Roman Fort.MediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6328556TitleAP_2006_3833 - RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of Llanio Roman Fort and bath house. Taken on 27 July 2006 by Toby Driver.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6525986TitleDI2019_003_018 - RCAHMW Digitised RecordsLevelItemDescriptionDigital copy of a photograph showing find from Llanio Roman Fort.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6498271TitleDI2018_004_019 - RCAHMW Digitised RecordsLevelItemDescriptionDigital copy of a black and white negative showing carved wooden head from Llanio Roman Fort.MediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6498273TitleDI2018_004_021 - RCAHMW Digitised RecordsLevelItemDescriptionDigital copy of a black and white negative showing carved wooden head from Llanio Roman Fort.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6497869TitleDI2018_003_006 - RCAHMW Digitised RecordsLevelItemDescriptionView of carved wooden head from Llanio Roman Fort.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6506498TitleAP2018_018_001 - RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionFindspot of Roman wooden head at Roman fort or settlement 'Bremia,' Llanio. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission's programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 3rd June 2015.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6358633TitleAP_2009_3580 - RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of Llanio Roman Fort. Taken on 09 November 2009 by Toby DriverMediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6358630TitleAP_2009_3583 - RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of Llanio Roman Fort with Sarn Helen to the north. Taken on 09 November 2009 by Toby DriverMediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6328557TitleAP_2006_3832 - RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of Llanio Roman Fort. Taken on 27 July 2006 by Toby Driver.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6326720TitleTJA05_278 - Terry James Aerial Photographic CollectionLevelItemDescriptionBlack and white negative of 'SN6355'.MediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6385449TitleDATP023 - Dyfed Archaeological Trust Projects ArchiveLevelGroupDescriptionProject archive relating to Llandovery Roman Fort Geophysical Survey. DAT Project Record Number 47835. The collection comprises final report (in digital form), maps and plans, notes, project administrative material, and correspondence. The file also contains material relating to other Roman forts.Medium1 file. Cartographic, Photo, Text, Graphic.Imagesn
Archive6510815TitleCSAM_HBB_2000_01 - Cadw Scheduled Ancient Monument 35mm NegativesLevelSub-groupDescriptionColour photo surveys of scheduled ancient monuments in Ceredigion carried out by Helen Burnham, 1999-2000.MediumTwo sheets. Photo.Imagesn
Archive6162315Title2003_CS_1393 - RCAHMW Colour Oblique Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of Bremia, Llanio, Roman fort, and line of Sarn Helen, landscape from northwest. Taken by Toby Driver on 14/07/2003MediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6358632TitleAP_2009_3581 - RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of Llanio Roman Fort with Sarn Helen to the north. Taken on 09 November 2009 by Toby DriverMediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6425209Title71110 - NMR Site FilesLevelItemDescriptionView of excavation trench and excavated circular hole, Llanion Roman Fort.MediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6425202TitleNMR Site FilesLevelBatchDescriptionPhoto survey of Llanio Roman Fort excavations, comprising 8 black and white prints.Medium8 prints. Photo.Imagesn
Archive6358634TitleAP_2009_3577 - RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of Llanio Roman Fort. Taken on 09 November 2009 by Toby DriverMediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6425207Title71111 - NMR Site FilesLevelItemDescriptionView of excavation trench, Llanion Roman Fort.MediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6525987TitleDI2019_003_019 - RCAHMW Digitised RecordsLevelItemDescriptionDigital copy of a photograph showing find from Llanio Roman Fort.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6162312Title2003_5105_50 - RCAHMW Black and White Oblique Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW black and white oblique aerial photograph of Bremia, Llanio, Roman fort, and line of Sarn Helen, landscape from northwest. Taken by Toby Driver on 14/07/2003MediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6498266TitleDI2018_004_014 - RCAHMW Digitised RecordsLevelItemDescriptionDigital copy of a black and white negative showing a carved wooden head from Llanio Roman Fort.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6425208Title71107 - NMR Site FilesLevelItemDescriptionView of excavation trench and excavated circular hole, Llanion Roman Fort.MediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6358635TitleAP_2009_3575 - RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of Llanio Roman Fort. Taken on 09 November 2009 by Toby DriverMediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6497868TitleDI2018_003_005 - RCAHMW Digitised RecordsLevelItemDescriptionDigital copy of a photo showing a carved wooden head from Llanio Roman Fort.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6425204Title711106 - NMR Site FilesLevelItemDescriptionClose up of excavation trench, Llanion Roman Fort.MediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6374806TitleCCH01_01_61 - Cardiganshire County History CollectionLevelBatchDescriptionVolume 1, Figure 64: 'Llanio Roman fort'.Medium2 items. Graphic.Imagesn
Archive6520714TitleCAM001-01-2431-01 - Cadw Registered Files CollectionLevelSub-groupDescriptionClosed registered file, ref. no. CAM001-01-2431-01 transferred from Cadw, relating to Llanio Roman Fort and Bath House - scheduling.MediumCartographic, Text.Imagesn
Archive6519044TitleAP2019_048_001 - RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionBremia or Llanio Roman fort and settlement and the possible location of a Roman shrine where a Roman wooden head was discovered in the nineteenth century, north east of Llanddewi Brefi. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission's programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 30th June 2015.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6519043TitleAP2019_048 - RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial PhotographsLevelBatchDescriptionBremia or Llanio Roman fort and settlement and the possible location of a Roman shrine where a Roman wooden head was discovered in the nineteenth century, north east of Llanddewi Brefi. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission's programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 30th June 2015.MediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6498269TitleDI2018_004_017 - RCAHMW Digitised RecordsLevelItemDescriptionDigital copy of a black and white negative showing carved wooden head from Llanio Roman Fort.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6498270TitleDI2018_004_018 - RCAHMW Digitised RecordsLevelItemDescriptionDigital copy of a black and white negative showing carved wooden head from Llanio Roman Fort.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
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