The database found on this website is held
by the Bangor University (BU) in
collaboration with the Arts and Humanities Digitisation Service (AHDS).
The database is known as Archif Melville Richards and is abbreviated
Any access to, or use made of, the database must be acknowledged.
The minimum wording of the acknowledgement must be as follows:
I/we acknowledge material from Professor Melville Richards’s
place-name research archive deposited at the Bangor University,
accessed through the Archif Melville Richards database (AMR), a project
funded by grants from the University of Wales Board of Celtic Studies
and the Arts and Humanities Research Board.
The copyright of Professor Melville Richards’s archive of research papers, notebooks and slips is held by the executors of Professor Richards’s estate. The executors have granted BU permission to allow access to the place-name material held at Archives Department at BU and to its digitised format (AMR).
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extent possible under the law. This agreement will be governed by
English and Welsh Law.