Publications for Sale
The Association currently holds stock of the publications listed
below, with the exception of Cambrian Archaeological Monographs
that are now obtainable from the address given below. Further details
of availability and costs, including postage and packing, can be
obtained from the current Memebrship Secretary (address given in
the ‘about us’ page). The Association publishes a Newsletter
that is distributed to members at the beginning of each year. Additional
copies may be obtained from the Membership Secretary. Members possessing
unwanted copies of the Association’s publications in good
condition are invited to donate them to the book stock, to be included
in items offered for sale. Out-of-print volumes may thus become
available to others seeking to obtain them.
Archaeologia Cambrensis ISSN 0306-6924
Following recent sales, the Association now holds few copies of
the journal before 1964.
Index to Archaeologia Cambrensis 1901–1960, compiled
by T. Rowland Powel, with lists and notes by Donald Moore, 1976.
Pp. xxi + 313. Soft cover £6, bound in blue cloth £9.
Index to Archaeologia Cambrensis 1961-1980, compiled by
Helen Emanuel Davies and edited by Donald Moore, 2004. Soft cover
£15 (excl. postage).
INDEX TO ARCHAEOLOGIA CAMBRENSIS 1981-2000
This will be published in March 2008.
Order form for INDEX TO ARCHAEOLOGIA
CAMBRENSIS 1981-2000 in Adobe Acrobat (opens in a new window)
Programme booklets of Annual Summer Meetings
Glasgow (1968); Vale of Usk (1970); South Brecknock (1974); Winchester
(1975); South Pembrokeshire (1976); Aberystwyth, South Montgomeryshire
and North Radnorshire (1977); Gwent and the Forest of Dean (1978);
Lleyn and Snowdonia (1979); Swansea, Gower and West Glamorgan (1980);
Chester (1981); Cumbria and the Lake District (1982); Vale of Glamorgan
(1983); Anglesey (1984); Old Carmarthenshire (1985); Avon (1986);
Hereford (1987); Llandudno: The Cantref of Rhos (1989); North and
West Brecknock (1990); Dolgellau (1991); Gwent (1994); North-West
Brittany (1996); Jersey (1997); Aberystwyth (1997); York (1998);
Galway (1999); Swansea (2000); Isle of Man (2000); Forest of Dean
(2001); Caernarfon and Lleyn (2002); Milton Keynes (2003); Rouen
(2004); Bala (2005).
Cambrian Archaeological Monographs ISSN 0266-593X
These are now available from Castle Bookshop, The Old Rectory,
Llandyssul, Powys, SY15 6LQ. Tel. 01686 668484 (www.archaeologybooks.co.uk).
Prices on application.
1 Monographs and Collections 1, Roman Sites, edited by
G. Boon, 1978. Pp. ix + 129, 64 figs, 12 pls. ISBN 0 947846 22 0.
£10 (excl. postage).
2 Gwernvale and Penywyrlod: Two Neolithic Long Cairns in the
Black Mountains of Brecknock, by W. J. Britnell and H. N. Savory.
Pp. viii + 167, 67 figs, 26 pls. ISBN 0 947846 00 X. £30 (excl.
3 Trefignath and Din Dryfol: The Excavation of Two Megalithic
Tombs in Anglesey, by C.A. Smith and F.M. Lynch, 1987. Pp.
xvi + 135, 53 figs, 38 pls. ISBN 0 947846 01 8. £35 (excl.
4 Excavations at Chepstow, 1973–1974, by R. Shoesmith,
1991. Pp. ix + 174, 81 figs, 15 pls. ISBN 0 947846 02 6. £34
5 Excavations in the Brenig Valley: A Mesolithic and Bronze
Age Landscape in North Wales, by Frances Lynch, 1993. Pp. xii
+ 234, 98 figs, 14 pls, one film fiche. ISBN 0 947846 04 2. £35
6 The Graeanog Ridge: The Evolution of a Farming Landscape
and its Settlements in North-West Wales, by P. J. Fasham, R.
S. Kelly, M.A. Mason and R. B. White, 1998. Pp. xx + 180, 55 figs,
23 pls. ISBN 0 947846 05 0. £21 (excl. postage).