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Thursday, 6 January 2011

Key To Banner Images At Royal Commission Offices





Key to banner images

Back in 2009 a large banner measuring 9 by 3 metres was first displayed with various images from the Royal Commission's extensive archive on the archaeological, built and maritime heritage of Wales.

The banner is best viewed from the Commission's car park found at the end of Stanley Road, Plas Crug, Aberystwyth. For those wishing to know more about the sites depicted, use the key (above) and links (below) to access Coflein (the Commission's free online archive) to learn more about each individual site. 

1. Carved spandrel at St Mary’s church, Haverfordwest
     NPRN: 103300    DI2006_0405
2. Pentre Ifan chambered tomb, Newport, Pembrokeshire
     NPRN: 101450    CD2005_602_011
3. Stack Rock fort, Herbrandston, Pembrokeshire
     NPRN: 268158    DI2006_1240
4. Jesse Tree in St Dyfnog's Church, Denbighshire
     NPRN: 165239    C2003/182/3
5. Bethania Welsh Baptist Chapel, Maesteg, Glamorgan
     NPRN: 13780    DS2006_118_002
6. Foel Drygarn camp, Foeltrigarn, Pembrokeshire
     NPRN: 94948    CD2003_605_012
7. Ynys-y-pandy slate mill, Dolbenmaen, Caernarfonshire
     NPRN: 40572    DS2007_280_002
8. Orphans at Albro Castle workhouse, Cardigan
     NPRN: 3041    DI2008_0248
9. Slate splitting at Blaenau Ffestiniog
     NPRN: 404307    DI2007_1042
10. Lighthouse at the Smalls
      NPRN: 34350    DI2006_0587
11. Dolwyddelan Castle, Caernarfonshire
      NPRN: 95299    DI2006_0587
12. Tubal Cain foundry, Butetown, Cardiff
      NPRN: 40463
13. Font at St Llawddog’s church, Cenarth, Carmarthenshire
      NPRN: 309895    DI2006_0222
14. Design drawing for Cardiff Inland Revenue and County Court Offices
      NPRN: 31750    PSA057

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