Either a blown-up photograph or a very early Xerox copy of an opened notebook, one page of which is blank, whilst the other page bears a brief handwritten note that reads: 'above Llandanwg chancel window Merioneth.' Below the note are two short lines of some capitalized letters. On reading entry No.164, on pages 60-64 of the volume, the image is revealed to be that of a page from a notebook belonging to Edward Lhuyd, c.1695. The entry explains that the page in the notebook was an attempt to record the inscription of a stone that was found built into the eastern wall of Llandanwg church. It refers to entry No.164, on pages 61-63 of the volume.
Image of an opened notebook
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- ReferenceGB 982 WHJL/1/51
- Dates of Creation20th Century
- Physical DescriptionOne sheet of paper
Scope and Content
This item is inserted at page 63 of the volume.