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29-Sep-2017
THE NATIONAL LIBRARY OF WALES LAUNCH WELSH MUSIC ARCHIVE PROGRAMMEAt a special ceremony on Friday, 22 September, The National Library of Wales will be launching itsWelsh Music Archive Programme in the presence of the folk music expert and Library benefactor, Phyllis Kinney.See more at:https://www.llgc.org.uk/en/information-for/press-and-media/press-releases/2017-press-releases/the-national-library-of-wales-launch-welsh-music-archive-programme/
29-Sep-2017
WHAT’S NEW AT THE NATIONAL LIBRARY OF WALES?During the Autumn The National Library of Wales will be showcasing a wide-ranging selection of acquisitions recently received on behalf of the Nation. They are the choice of archivists, curators and librarians; items that reflect some of the highlights of our mission to collect.See more at:https://www.llgc.org.uk/en/information-for/press-and-media/press-releases/2017-press-releases/whats-new-at-the-national-library-of-wales/
29-Sep-2017
THIRTEENTH-CENTURY MOSTYN PSALTER-HOURS SAVED FOR THE NATION A rare and beautiful Psalter – a volume of psalms – produced in thirteenth-century London has been acquired by the British Library. The Mostyn Psalter-Hours was acquired for the nation with a grant of £390,000 from the National Heritage Memorial Fund (NHMF) and funding from other generous supporters.See more at: https://www.bl.uk/press-releases/2017/september/mostyn-psalter-hours-acquired
29-Sep-2017
CARBON DATING FINDS BAKHSHALI MANUSCRIPT CONTAINS OLDEST RECORDED ORIGINS OF THE SYMBOL 'ZERO' The origin of the symbol zero has long been one of the world's greatest mathematical mysteries. Today, new carbon dating research commissioned by the University of Oxford's Bodleian Libraries into the ancient Indian Bakhshali manuscript, held at the Bodleian, has revealed it to be hundreds of years older than initially thought, making it the world’s oldest recorded origin of the zero symbol that we
13-Sep-2017
10 REASONS TO VISIT THE NATIONAL LIBRARY OF WALES1.  In our exhibition, 'Arthur and Welsh Mythology', we will meet some of the most colourful characters from our mythology, and present their stories on the pages of manuscripts, on the canvases of artworks and through our vast screen and sound archive.2.  This Grade II listed building and gardens, is truly a glorious site with stunning views over Cardigan Bay  3.  A programme of events is published
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