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Q. May I put Amgueddfa Cymru materials on a file server in my school?
A. Yes, as long as there is no charge for the user and no changes are made to the contents.
Q. May I print some of these out for my project/dissertation?
A. Yes, we encourage academic, non-commercial use of our website.
Q. May I put Amgueddfa Cymru materials on a CD-ROM, public domain or otherwise?
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