| 6 April 2005
Survey of ancient monuments in Wales
Archaeologists in Wales are undertaking a major survey of thousands of prehistoric sites.
The project, which will involve several archaeological trusts, is being backed by Cadw, the organisation responsible for the protection of historic Welsh sites, and coincides with the publication by Cadw of an information booklet and guide, offering advice to landowners on the management and care of the sites.
Matthew Ritchie, an assistant inspector of ancient monuments with Cadw, said: "As well as being significant features in the landscape, the sites contain valuable information for a wide range of studies."
Source: Daily Post (4 April 2005)
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