SSA runs successful Sussex Archaeology Symposium
The Sussex School of Archaeology in conjunction with CCE held the 2013 Sussex Archaeology Symposium at the University of Sussex on the 27th April. Over 120 people attended the Symposium where a series of talks covered recent archaeological projects in Sussex. Reviews of the Barcombe Roman Villa project by David Rudling, work by Archaeology South-East in Chichester, and at Rocky Clump by the Brighton and Hove Archaeological Society, and with David Staveley talking about his work on Roman Roads, were complemented by reviews of the Community Archaeology projects run by CBAS at Old St Helen's Church, Ore and at Brede High Woods, whilst Simon Stevens talked about his project at Newick with the local school. A review of the work by the local Portable Antiquites Scheme and the 3D recording of artefacts was also included.