Archaeology groups and archaeological information
Mid Sussex Field Archaeological TeamThe Mid Sussex Field Archaeological Team carries out fieldwork projects, landscaping and field walking surveys. Over 120 members.
Romans in Sussex
What did the Romans ever do for Sussex?With Fishbourne Roman Place and the Roman Villa at Bignor, we're fortunate to have two of the finest recovered Roman buildings in the country.
The Romans in Sussex site provides a look at how the Romans lived here in Sussex.
The site's content is stratified depending on whether you are a child or adult and the timeline series of maps is particularly interesting.
Sussex Archaeological SocietyA registered charity which encourages the study and enjoyment of archaeology and history in East and West Sussex.
On their site you'll find details of some of the important Sussex historical sites like Fishbourne Roman Palace, Marlipins Museum in Shoreham and much more besides.
Sussex Archaeology & Folklore pageGreat site which gives a whole host of varied information about slightly random bits of Sussex history.
Did you know, for example, that in 1645 a militia group called "The Clubmen" used the Trundle north of Chichester as a military base.
You didn't? There loads more stuff like this on the Sussex Archaeology and Folklore site. Recommended
Brighton & Hove Archaeological SocietyArchaeological Society whose members spend the winters listening to lectures and the summers going on field trips to interesting and unusual historical sites, including archaeological digs.
- Roman Sussex
- Saxon Sussex
- The sea and its effect on coastal communities over the centuries
- Key dates in the history of West Sussex
- Bognor Regis
- Burgess Hill
- East Grinstead
- Haywards Heath
- Arundel Castle
- Arundel Cathedral
- Brighton Pavilion
- Chichester Cathedral
- Torberry Hill
- Cissbury Ring
- The Devil's Humps
- Chichester Canal
- St Mary's Bramber
- Knepp Castle
- Sussex Churches
- Wey and Arun Canal
- More places in Sussex with historical connections
- The Weald and Downland Open Air Museum at Singleton
- Amberley Museum
- Top Sussex Museums