|Statement||by Peter Drewett ; with major contributions from O.R. Bedwin ... [et al.].|
|Series||Monograph (Sussex Archaeological Society) -- 1|
|Contributions||Sussex Archaeological Society.|
|LC Classifications||CC77.5 D74|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 230 p. :|
|Number of Pages||230|
Buy The Archaeology of Bullock Down, Eastbourne, East Sussex: The Development of a Landscape by Drewett, Peter (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Peter Drewett. Name: Bullock Down, Eastbourne (BN20 7XY) Place type: Other Landcover Location: Grid Ref: TV • X/Y co-ords: , • Lat/Long: , District: Eastbourne County/Unitary Authority: East Sussex Region: South East Country: England Height: m OS Explorer map: OL Eastbourne & Beachy Head. Paperback. Sussex Arcaheological Collections. Volume Includes Microfiche. Contents: Mid- to Late-Holocene Forest Composition and the Effects of Clearances in the Combe Haven Valley, East Sussex. Further Investigations at the Later Neolithic Domestic and Napoleonic 'Camp' at Bullock Down, Near Eastbourne, East Sussex. Archaeology in East Sussex. Heritage and archaeology. The East Sussex Historic Environment Record (HER) Heritage and land management. Heritage and planning. Archaeological projects in East Sussex. Getting involved in archaeology. Share this page. Share this page by .
Figure Plan of a household unit. Medieval farmhouse, Bullock Down, East Sussex Figure Documentary evidence clearly indicated that these two towers, together with a new gatehouse, were constructed at Hadleigh Castle, Essex, by Edward III at a cost of £2, Figure Extract from Richard Ligon™s map of Barbados. Eastbourne – the archaeology will never be the same again and he’s a great loss to the archaeological community and to Eastbourne. The pair of them made a great contribution to the town and beyond. He worked tireless in the town for the archaeology and brought, though his excavations, evening classes and lectures, archaeology to a wide. THREE LIME BURNING PITS, CHURCH STREET, EASTBOURNE by Lawrence Stevens – Off print from Sussex Archaeological Collections £ WATCHING BRIEF REPORT – BULLOCK DOWN FARM A report on a watching brief covering the installation of a water pipe across an area of known archaeological interest by Robin Reffell 75p. — — Archaeology in Sussex to ad CBA Research Report no. — — The Archaeology of Bullock Down, Eastbourne, East Sussex. The Development of a Landscape. Monograph 1. Lewes: Sussex Arch. Soc. — — The excavation of a Neolithic oval barrow at North Marden, West Sussex, , Proceedings of the.
The Archaeology of Bullock Down, Eastbourne, East Sussex: The Development of a Land-scape: 62 – Lewes: Sussex Archaeological Society Monograph 1. Lewes: Sussex Archaeological . The Archaeology of Bullock Down, Eastbourne, East Sussex:The Development of a Landscape Drewett, Peter ; Published by The Sussex Archaeological Society Eastbourne (/ ˈ iː s t b ɔːr n / ()) is a town, seaside resort and borough in the non-metropolitan county of East Sussex on the south coast of England, 19 miles (31 km) east of urne is immediately to the east of Beachy Head, the highest chalk sea cliff in Great Britain and part of the larger Eastbourne Downland Estate.. With a seafront consisting largely of Victorian hotels. ‘The Romano-British Farm on Bullock Down’. In Drewett, P. L. (ed.), The Archaeology of Bullock Down, Eastbourne, East Sussex: the development of a landscape. Sussex Archaeological .