Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis

Archaeologia Cambrensis is in Prehistory.

Archaeologia Cambrensis is a Welsh archaeological and historical scholarly journal published annually by the Cambrian Archaeological Association.

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis 1820

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis 1846

Gaer Llywd Cromlech Cromlech At Gaerllwyd, Newchurch, Near Caerwent, Monmouthshire [Map].

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis 1847

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis 1849

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis 1853

Page 155 Fall of Part of Denbigh Castle.

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis 1854 Page 205

IV.—Cromlechau.

A double Cromlech [Ty Newydd Burial Chamber [Map]],—Close to the house of Trefor, on the road from Beaumaris to Pentraeth, in a field on the south side of the road. They were erect not many years since, but were then thrown down by the tenant, because they were superstitious. (For "they were," read, "he was.")

A double Cromlech [Plas Newydd Burial Chamber [Map]],—In the park of Plas Newydd. This has been often engraved and described. (See Pennants' Tour in Wales; Journal of the Archaeological Institute, &c.) Traces of the carnedd of stones which once covered it are still visible.

Cromlech [Bryn Celli Ddu Burial Mound [Map]],—With passage of stones covered over, at Bryn Celli du, near Plas Newydd. This has been fully described and illustrated in the Archaologia Cambrensis? It is styled Yr Ogof, or the Cave, on the Ordnance map, from its having been always considered so until the superincumbent carnedd was removed. It is now securely fenced off, and preserved from future injury, by the care of C. Evans, Esq., of Plas Gwyn, acting on behalf of the Marquis of Anglesey. This is almost an unique instance of the kind in Wales.

Cromlech,—Near Llanidan Old Church, to the south-west ; it is partly thrown down. Cromlech,

At Bodowyr [Bodowyr Burial Chamber [Map]], near Llangaffo. This is one of the smallest cromlechau known, and is in admirable preservation. (See Journal of the British Archaeological Association.)

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis 1855

Page 185-228 Original Charter Preserved Amongst The Records Of The Corporation Of Denbigh.

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis 1856

Page 99 ON THE NAMES OF CROMLECHAU.

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis 1862

Drawings of the Cromlechs at Plas Newydd [Map] and Presaddfed [Map].

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis 1864

Page 44 Cromlech At Llanvaelog, Anglesey [Ty Newydd Burial Chamber [Map]].

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis 1869

Page 263 Cromlech, Bodowyr [Map], Llanidan.

Page 403 Barclodiad Y Gawres [Map], And Camp At Trecastell.

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis 1870

Page 365 Cromlech at Presaddfed [Presaddfed Burial Chambers [Map]].

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis 1875

Page 171 On The St. Lythan's And St. Nicholas' Cromlechs And Other Remains, Near Cardiff.

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis 1887

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis 1895

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis Series 6

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis 1900

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis 1908

Supplement Dec 1802. Archaeolgia Cambrensis 1908 Supplement. Ten Day's Tour Through the Isle of Anglesey in December 1802 by the Reverend John Skinner (age 30), Rector of Camerton, Somersetshire.

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis 1909

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis Volume LXXVI 1921

Miscellania Excavation Of A Long Barrow At Llanigon, Co. Brecon.— This Long Barrow [Map] is situated in the parish of Llanigon, on a spur of the Black Mountains, at about the 800 ft. contour line, and close to a track-way which once led from the direction of Abergavenny, and over the mountain to a ford below Llowes, and so into Radnorshire. It is unrecorded except for a reference to it as a "Druidical Altar" in the Transactions of the Woolhope Club for 1898.

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis 1913

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis 1931

Page 216 The Chambered Cairn Of Bryn Celli Ddu [Map]. By W. J. Hemp, F.S.A.

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis 1925

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis 1933

Pages 185 228 The Chambered Tomb Of Pant-Y-Saer [Map], Anglesey. By W. Lindsay Scott, F,S.A.Scot.

Books, Prehistory, Archaeologia Cambrensis 1969

Page 17 Bryn Celli Ddu [Map], Anglesey. A Reinterpretation By Claire O'Kelly.