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Sut cafodd digwyddiadau ar-lein effaith gadarnhaol ar ymgysylltu â chynulleidfaoedd a rhoddion ar gyfer sefydliad treftadaeth bach

Mae'r astudiaeth achos hon wedi'i seilio ar sesiwn yn Niwrnod Sgiliau Digidol y Lab Treftadaeth Ddigidol, pan fu David Johnson yn sgwrsio gyda Celia Gilbert o'r Rose Playhouse in Southwark, Llundain, am yr effaith gadarnhaol mae'r sefydliad treftadaeth bach hwn wedi'i gweld ers symud ei ddigwyddiadau ar-lein.

Mae'r adnodd hwn ar gael yn Saesneg a Chymraeg
The reconstituted cutaway view of the first Rose, by William Dudley, incorporating material by Jon Greenfield and C. Walter Hodges, taken from the guidebook, ‘The Rose, Bankside’s first theatre 1587’.
Image courtesy of The Rose Theatre Trust.

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