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On the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales

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Anglesey’s Neolithic tomb with a solar secret: ‘Here Comes the Sun’!

Published: June 20, 2024 12:57

The Summer Solstice takes place every year between June 20 and June 22 in the UK, marking the moment the sun reaches its highest elevation in the Northern Hemisphere, providing the UK with the longest day of the year, with sunlight that lasts for almost 17…

Recording the Norwegian Church, Cardiff

Published: June 18, 2024 17:30

The Norwegian Church (NPRN: 9321) is one of the landmark buildings of Cardiff Bay and because of its importance  has recently been digitally recorded for posterity by our survey team. Originally located at West Dock in Cardiff Bay, the Norwegian Church was…

Ships, Wrecks and Documentary Sources

Published: June 13, 2024 16:52

Shipwrecks are amongst the most compelling of archaeological sites. They have the power to conjure images of past endeavours, conflict, maritime enterprise and acts of heroism in the face of the power of the sea. In all their locations, from deep-water to…

Join us for this week’s online talk:  Diversifying Museums in Wales – Rethinking Collections and Communities by Dr Marian Gwyn, Wednesday 12 June 2024

Published: June 10, 2024 15:17

Local museums are the cornerstones of Wales’s communities. But just how representative are they of the country’s increasingly diverse population? And do the stories told in them truly reflect the richness of the heritage they hold? This talk explores the…

Welsh Asian Heritage Project Update – June 2024

Published: June 6, 2024 13:15

Our monthly seminars continue to attract positive engagement with many participants stating that they would like to be involved in ongoing discussions  on equality, migration, resilience, identity, culture, and heritage. One participant, Malin Ruparelia,…

New Opening Hours for our Library and Search Room

Published: May 31, 2024 11:45

From the beginning of June, we are changing the opening hours of our publicly accessible Library and Search Room. We will now be open every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9:30 until 16:30. We will no longer be open to the public on Mondays, although…

That’s not my name! An unfortunate error on an important map

Published: May 15, 2024 11:14

A guest blog by Huw Thomas, Curator of Maps at the National Library of Wales On May 17 our annual Carto-Cymru map symposium will be held at the National Library. The theme this year is ‘Maps and their Makers’ and we’ll be discussing cartographers – the…

Llanfihangel-yng-Ngwynfa and ‘Cwm Rhondda’

Published: April 25, 2024 11:10

Did you know the shocking statistic that Wales is in danger of losing a third of its chapels and churches by 2030?  This is the forecast for the future of Wales’s religious buildings, predicted by Christopher Catling, our Chief Executive, who is also Chair…