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Welsh History Review

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Vol. 16, nos. 1-4 1992-93

Articles relating to the history of Wales published mainly in 1990 : i. Welsh history before 1660 /

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ARTICLES RELATING TO THE
HISTORY OF WALES
PUBLISHED MAINLY IN 1990
I. WELSH HISTORY BEFORE 1660
D. Clayton and H. N. Savory report on the excavation of a Neolithic hut
at Cefn Glas, Rhondda, and the significance of the implements found,
Archaeologia Cambrensis, CXXXIX, 12-20.
John Morley discusses the excavation of a Bronze Age shepherd's hut at
Graig Fechan on the Denbigh Moors, and the archaeological landscape of the
area, Antiquity, LXIV, 514-26.
An inventory of Iron Age and Romano-British small settlements in Clwyd
is offered by John Manley, Archaeologia Cambrensis, CXXXIX, 21-55.
J. E. Jones discusses the significance of a find of eight Roman coins at
Cemais in 1988, Anglesey Antiquarian Soc. and Field Club Trans., 1990, pp.
14-21.
Excavations at the Roman fort of Forden Gaer in 1987 are described by
Kevin Blockley, Glyn Owen and Wendy Owen, Montgomeryshire
Collections, LXXVIII, 17-46.
On the basis of numismatic evidence, P. J. Casey suggests that Roman
troops were withdrawn from north Wales during the last decade of the fourth
century, Archaeological Journal, CXLVI, 320-99.
The history of the Caerwent Exploration Fund, and early-twentieth-century
excavations at Venta Silurum, are reviewed by G. C. Boon, Trans. Bristol
and Gloucestershire Arch. Soc., CVII, 5-26.
The nature of Christianity in Montgomeryshire during the Dark Ages, and
dedications to Welsh saints, are discussed by R. W. D. Fenn and J. B.
Sinclair, Montgomeryshire Collections, LXXVIII, 47-64.
In a discussion of cults of saints in Brittany, c. 850-1250, J. M. H. Smith
throws light on similar cults in Wales, Speculum, LXV, 309-43.
C. J. Arnold describes excavations of the outer bailey of Powis Castle,
which have revealed additional information concerning the castle defences,
Montgomeryshire Collections, LXXVIII, 65-71.
Andrew Welsh considers the themes of doubling and incest in the
Mabinogi, Speculum, LXV, 344-62.
Patrick Sims-Williams suggests connexions between Wales and Ireland by
drawing attention to the incidence of Irish names in Welsh literary and
historical sources, Celtica, XXI, 620-33.
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