Minutes of Evidence given before the Royal Commission on Ancient Monuments in Wales and Monmouthshire (eLyfr)
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LIST OF WITNESSES EXAMINED BEFORE THE COMMISSION
MINUTES OF EVIDENCE
'Questions put to and replies of&mdash
Mr. G. E. Robinson, Cardiff
Mr. G. A. Auden, M.D., E.S.A., Birmingham
Lists of Antiquities handed in by the Rev. John Griffith, Llangynwyd
Prehistoric Remains in the Rhondda District of co. Glamorgan.
Apparently undisturbed Tumuli.
Articles (" Grave-goods") found in Tumuli excavated in the Rhondda District.
Human Remains found in Rhondda Tumuli.
Cists excavated in the Rhondda District.
Glamorgan Cromlechs, with their present condition.
Welsh Cromlechs, the orientation of which has been observed.
Stone Monuments in co. Glamorgan apparently connected with Cromlechs.
Standing Stones in co. Glamorgan examined by witness.
Stone Avenues in the Rhondda District.
Stone Circles in co. Glamorgan examined by witness.
Appendix by Mr. W. H. More, Crown Receiver of His Majesty's Woods and Forests Department for Wales and Monmouthshire. An account of the work undertaken upon the Ruins of Tintern Abbey since the year 1902-3
Circular letter addressed to persons in the several counties believed to be interested in local antiquities
Circular letter addressed to the head teachers of the primary and secondary schools of the several counties
Circular letter addressed to the parochial clergy of the several counties
Syllabus of Information desired by the Commission under certain Heads and Interrogatories-
Circular letter to the County Councils of Wales and Monmouthshire drawing attention to the powers of the Councils under the Ancient Monuments Protection Act of 1900
Circular letter to the County Councils of Wales and Monmouthshire respecting the presence of Antiquities on land proposed to be acquired under the Small Holdings and Allotments Act, 1908
LIST OF WITNESSES EXAMINED BEFORE THE COMMISSION.
(First to Tenth Days.)
1st Day - MR. HENRY OWEN, D.C.L. (Oxon), F.S.A., London and Haverfordwest
2nd Day - MR. GEORGE EYRE EVANS, Aberystwyth
MR. ALFRED NEOBARD PALMER, Wrexham
3rd Day - MR. EDWARD NEIL BAYNES, E.S.A., London
MR. THOMAS SiMrsoN JONES, Welshpool
4th Day - MR. JOHN WARD, F.S.A., Cardiff
5th Day - The REV. DANIEL LEWIS, M.A., Merthyr Tydvil
The REV. JOHN GRIFFITH, Llangynwyd
COLONEL JOSEPH ALFRED BRADNEY, F.S.A., Monmouth
6th Day - MR. THOMAS HENRY THOMAS, Cardiff
7th Day - PROFESSOR FRANCIS HAVERFIELD, LL.D., F.S.A., Oxford
8th Day - MR. ROBERT COCHRANE, LL.D., I.S.O., Dublin
9th Day - MR. WILLIAM HENRY MORE, Harlech
SIR ROBERT HUNTER, K.C.B., London
MR. HUGH THACKERAY TURNER, F.S.A., London
10th Day- MR. CHARLES REED PEERS, F.S.A., London