Links to Welsh archaeological sites, scholarly publications, and related associations.
Archaeology and Numismatics Collection
The National Museums and Galleries of Wales' collection comprises approximately one million artifacts, encompassing early prehistory, later prehistory, the Romans, medieval and later archaeology, and numismatics.
An archaeological magazine put out by the Council for British Archaeology. Search through online issues dating from 1995 to the present.
CADW: Welsh Historic Monuments
The government agency responsible for "protecting, conserving and promoting an appreciation of the historic environment of Wales." A great educational and travel resource.
An Iron Age hill fort, located in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, which is being developed as an historical and rural interpretation facility.
Dr. Peter Hodges presents sixteen stone monuments — burial chambers to menhirs. With several views of each monument this site is well worth a visit. Be patient while the photos load.
National Monument Record of Wales (NMRW)
An invaluable resource for researchers. You'll find an archive catalogue, online database, and enquiry forms.
Stones of Wales
Expect to see more cairns, stone circles, standing stones, and burial chambers; the author visited eighty megalithic monuments in Wales. You'll find excellent photos, a glossary, map, bookshop, and useful links.
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