The Sussex Archaeology Symposium 2016

The Sussex Archaeology Symposium 2016: 

Saturday 19th March 2016

Of interest to Archaeologists and Historians, the 2016 Symposium comprises a review of the most recent archaeological work in Sussex, covering a wide range of periods and including current projects using up-to-date technology.

  • National Trust Archaeology on the South Downs, Tom Dommett (NT Regional Archaeologist)
  • Coastguard Cottages at Crowlink, Jo Seaman (Eastbourne Heritage Service Manager)
  • The search for the lost Hunting Lodge of the Earls of Arundel at Singleton, Dr Mark Roberts (Principal Research Fellow, University College London)
  • Landscapes and Lasers: Exploring the archaeology of the Central Downs, Alice Thorne (LiDAR and Data Mapping Officer, South Downs National Park)
  • Plumpton Roman Villa Update, Dr David Rudling (Sussex School of Archaeology)
  • Mapping Roman Chichester with Radar, David Staveley (Archaeological Geophysicist)
  • Lewes Bronze Age Hoard, Stephanie Smith (Sussex Finds Liaison Officer) and Dr Jaime Kaminski (Academic Research Fellow, University of Brighton)
  • The prehistoric submerged forest and community archaeology at Pett Level, Dr Scott Timpany and Lara Band (CITiZAN)
  • Memories of Ice: Early prehistoric discoveries on the Bexhill to Hastings Link Road, Mike Donnolly (Project Officer, Oxford Archaeology South)
  • Piltdown Man and the Palaeolithic of the Weald, Dr Matt Pope (Senior Research Fellow, University College London)

Date: 19 March 2016

Time: 9:30am – 5:00pm

Venue: The Huxley Building, University of Brighton, Lewes Road, BN2 4GAJ

Cost: £35 per delegate,  £30 for Friends of the Sussex School of Archaeology. A buffet lunch and break time refreshments are included in the ticket price.

Click here for the booking form.