Due to popular demand, the Sussex School of Archaeology will be holding another Sussex Archaeology Symposium in 2021.
We have a varied line-up of speakers ready to deliver the latest news in Sussex Archaeology as well as some reflections on Sussex Archaeologists of the Past. Please visit the Symposium Speakers page to find out more.
You can use the form below to make your reservations or download this form to print at home. Payment can be made via BACS or cheque, the details will be emailed to you or you can find them on the downloadable form.
The Sussex Archaeology Symposium 2021
Saturday 9th October
Kings Church Hall, Brooks Road, Lewes, BN7 2BY
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.
Tickets cost £35 each and include refreshments and buffet lunch.