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Sussex Archaeology Symposium 2017

Sussex Archaeology Symposium 2017Saturday 25th March King’s Church, Lewes The 2017 Sussex Archaeology Symposium is a round up of some of the latest archaeological investigations across Sussex.  From a prehistoric enclosure and ancient tracks to a sunken WWI U-boat off the South Coast, via Roman settlements, villas and fields.  We’ll also be hearing about heritage crime in Sussex and looking

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The Holleyman Lecture 2016

The Holleyman Lecture 2016:  Recent work on the Mesolithic of the coast and wetland edge in Southern Britain Thursday 21st 2016 Professor Martin Bell* For many years the Mesolithic has been a rather neglected aspect of British archaeology dominated by flint scatters and overshadowed by far more impressive and intensively investigated sites in continental Europe, especially Denmark. Recently the British Mesolithic has begun

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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

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