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The Sussex Archaeology Symposium 2021 (Update)

Saturday 9th October

Confirmed speakers for the October 2021 event include: Richard Toms - speaking about his grandfather's archaeological career, with a talk entitled: Reflections on Herbert S. Toms: Archaeologist and Curator. Dr. David Rudling - speaking about the historian best known for his study of Roman roads in Britain, with a talk entitled: Ivan Donald Margary (1896-1976): An Officer, Gentleman, Scholar and Philanthropist Mark Roberts - speaking about his recent excavations in West Sussex, with a talk entitled: Excavation and research in the Goodwood Area, from the Lower Palaeolithic to Post-Medieval: an update Jo Seaman and Steve Patton - speaking about their recent excavations at a Neolithic monument in Eastbourne, with a talk entitled: From Neolithic Monument to a Loaded Picnic - the Evolving Story of Butts Brow, Eastbourne Tess Machling and Roland Williamson - speaking about their research and experiments with Bronze Age bracelets, with a talk entitled: Going Loopy: Replicating Bronze Age Sussex Loops Simon Stevens - speaking about his recent excavations at an Iron Age industrial site in Horam, with a talk entitled: Minepits, Mud and Mayhem - Evidence of the Wealden Iron Industry at Horam Lynn Cornwell - speaking about her recent geophysical investigations at a historic site in Hastings, with a talk entitled: Hastings Country Park Hidden Landscape Project Stewart Angell - speaking about his research into the Sussex archaeology of the First World War, with a talk entitled: The Rise and Fall of Airships in Sussex during the Great War Two further speakers will be confirmed in due course.

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