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Rescue archaeology in Sussex, 1975

Rescue archaeology in Sussex, 1975

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Published by University of London, Institute of Archaeology in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Reprinted from Bulletin No.13 of the Institute of Archaeology.

Statementby Owen Bedwin [and others] ; interim reports compiled by Peter Drewett.
ContributionsDrewett, Peter., Bedwin, Owen., University of London. Institute of Archaeology.
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Open LibraryOL21224680M

Archaeology in Britain reports by official bodies, national bodies, research projects, and local organizations in England-Scotland-Wales The iron industry of the Weald. Author The social and political realities of rescue archeology. Author.   A spokeswoman for castle owners Sussex Archaeological Society said it was one of the last remaining sections of the historic defence wall that fell. She added: "There's not much of it .

SAGE Books. Explore research monographs, classroom texts, and professional development titles. SAGE Business Cases. Discover the real world of business for best practices and professional success. CQ Press. Matthews, J , 'Rescue archaeology', in Matthews, J (ed.).   Prior to this, he taught field archaeology at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London, where he directed the undergraduate field training excavations and established the Institute’s Field Archaeology Unit. Early in his career he was particularly involved in the rescue excavation of plough damaged sites on the South s: 3.

About this Item: Sussex Archaeological Society, Lewes, 8vo., First Edition, with title in red and black, and numerous photographs, illustrations, diagrams and plans (a number folding) in the text, free endpapers lightly browned; original series binding of maroon cloth, gilt back, a very good, clean copy. Major papers relate to West. The book is a "must" for both the straight and the industrial archaeologist and we in Sussex are fortunate that Dr. Brandon who is the Editor of Sussex Archeological Collections, has been able to prepare this study, From the industrial angle there is much to sharpen our eyes as we move about the county, The prehistoric flint-axe industry is.


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Details The political and cultural landscape within which archaeology is practised four decades after the () appearance of RESCUE Archaeology, edited by Philip Rahtz is very different and yet RESCUE’s principal campaign aims still remain relevant. Part XIr of Rescue Archaeology in Sussex, (compiled by P.

Drewett). Bulletin of the Institute of Archaeology No. 13, Cited by: 1975 book – Vol. II - Rescue Archaeology - N. Johansson, L.G. Johansson ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) archaeologist in order to obtain advice.

If possible, the site or the archaeological remains should be preserved. If this is not possible, the rescue archaeological process. Alfriston's 14 th century church stands a graveyard within a circular wall, a usual indication of pre-Christian use of the site as is built on an old Saxon mound, either to replace an earlier pagan shrine or to escape the prospect of flooding.

The area seems to have been in use for quite a while as a Paleolithic handaxe was found nearby. 1975 book church itself is dedicated to St. Andrew and is. Leslie Valentine Grinsell OBE FSA (14 February – 28 February ) was an English archaeologist and museum curator.

Publishing over twenty books on archaeology during his lifetime, he was renowned as a specialist on the prehistoric barrows of southern England. Born in London and raised largely in Brighton, Grinsell developed an early interest in archaeology through visits to Brighton Born: 14 FebruaryLondon.

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