|Ceredigion, vol. II, no. 1, 1952 by Gildas Tibbott||1952|
|Ceredigion, vol. II, no. 2, 1953 by Gildas Tibbott||1953|
|Ceredigion, vol. II, no. 3, 1954 by Gildas Tibbott||1954|
|Ceredigion, vol. II, no. 4, 1955 by Gildas Tibbott||1955|
|Ceredigion, vol. II, 1952-1955 by Gildas Tibbott||vol. 2|
|Ceredigion, cyfrol IV, rhifyn 2, 1961 by Gildas Tibbott||1961|
|Ceredigion, cyfrol IV, rhifyn 3, 1962 by Gildas Tibbott||1962|
|Ceredigion, cyfrol IV, rhifyn 4, 1963 by Gildas Tibbott||1963|
|Ceredigion, cyfrol V, rhifyn 1, 1964 by Gildas Tibbott||1964|
|Ceredigion, cyfrol V, rhifyn 2, 1965 by Gildas Tibbott||1965|
|Ceredigion, cyfrol V, rhifyn 3, 1966 by Gildas Tibbott||1966|
|Ceredigion, cyfrol V, rhifyn 4, 1967 by Gildas Tibbott||1967|
|Ceredigion, cyfrol VI, rhifyn 1, 1968 by Gildas Tibbott||1968|
|Ceredigion, cyfrol VI, rhifyn 2, 1969 by Gildas Tibbott||1969|
|Ceredigion, cyfrol VI, rhifyn 3, 1970 by Gildas Tibbott||1970|
|Ceredigion, cyfrol VI, rhifyn 4, 1971 by Gildas Tibbott||1971|
|Ceredigion, cyfrol VII, rhifyn 1, 1972 by Gildas Tibbott||1972|
|Ceredigion, cyfrol VII, rhifyn 2, 1973 by David Jenkins||1973|
|Ceredigion, cyfrol VII, rhifyn 3/4, 1974/75 by David Jenkins||1974/75|
|Ceredigion, cyfrol VIII, rhifyn 1, 1976 by David Jenkins||1976|
|Ceredigion, cyfrol VIII, rhifyn 2, 1977 by David Jenkins||1977|
|Ceredigion, cyfrol VIII, rhifyn 3, 1978 by David Jenkins||1978|
|Ceredigion, cyfrol VIII, rhifyn 4, 1979 by David Jenkins||1979|
|Ceredigion, volume VIII, 1976-1979||vol. 8|
|Ceredigion, cyfrol IX, rhifyn 1, 1980 by David Jenkins||1980|
|Ceredigion, cyfrol IX, rhifyn 2, 1981 by David Jenkins||1981|
|Ceredigion, cyfrol IX, rhifyn 3, 1982 by David Jenkins||1982|
|Ceredigion, cyfrol IX, rhifyn 4, 1983 by David Jenkins||1983|
|Ceredigion, volume IX, 1980-1983||vol. 9|
|Ceredigion, volume X, 1984-1987||vol. 10|
|Index to Ceredigion I-X by William H. Howells||index, vol's 1-10|
|Ceredigion, volume XI, 1989-1992||vol. 11|
|Ceredigion, 1993 by Geraint H. Jenkins||1993|
|Ceredigion, 1994 by Geraint H. Jenkins||1994|
|Ceredigion, 1995 by Geraint H. Jenkins||1995|
|Ceredigion, 1996 by Geraint H. Jenkins||1996|
|Ceredigion, 1997 by Eryn Mant White||1997|
|Ceredigion, 1998 by Eryn Mant White||1998|
|Ceredigion, 1999 by Eryn Mant White||1999|
|Ceredigion, 2000 by Eryn Mant White||2000|
|Ceredigion, 2012 by Eryn Mant White||2012|
|Ceredigion, 2013 by Eryn Mant White||2013|
|Ceredigion, 2014 by Eryn Mant White||2014|
|Ceredigion, 2016 by Eryn Mant White||2016|
|Ceredigion : cylchgrawn Cymdeithas Hanes Ceredigion = journal of the Ceredigion Historical Society||set|
The Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society was established in 1909 and published five parts of its 'Transactions' (vol. i, parts 1-4, and vol. 2, part 1) between 1909 and 1915. Post-Great War, the society was resuscitated in 1922, and published vols 3-14 (with gaps) between 1924 and 1939. No vol. 6 was published, members being given a collection of Cardiganshire folk songs. Nor vols 10 or 14, when members were given copies of J. H. Salter, 'The flowering plants & ferns of Cardiganshire' (Univ. Wales Press, 1935) and David Thomas, 'Animal call words: a study of human migration' (Spurrell, 1939). The society's activities were again suspended, 1939-1946, with the new series of transactions starting in 1950 as 'Ceredigion : cylchgrawn Cymdeithas Hynafiaethwyr sir Aberteifi = journal of the Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society', and being renamed 'Ceredigion : cylchgrawn Cymdeithas Hynafiaethwyr Ceredigion = journal of the Ceredigion Antiquarian Society' in 1973, and 'Ceredigion : cylchgrawn Cymdeithas Hanes Ceredigion = journal of the Ceredigion Historical Society' in 2002.
The journals for 1950-2004 are available online via the National Library of Wales's Welsh Journals Online
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