Downland Settlement and Land-use: The Archaeology of the Brighton Bypass

David Rudling
Between 1989 and 1991 a programme of archaeological rescue excavations was undertaken by the University College London Field Archaeology Unit on the route of the new A27 Brighton Bypass, East Sussex. The archaeological works were designed within a research framework to investigate chalk downland settlement and land-use, from the Mesolithic to the present day. The resulting publication builds on, consolidates and brings to a more synthetic framework a long history of archaeological work, professional and...
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