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News Archaeologists to return to Battle of Hastings site for major dig to preserve remaining artefactsThe Battlefield archaeologist who discovered the site of the Battle of Bosworth is planning a major dig at Battle Abbey in spring 2015 to preserve the archaeology of the Battle of Hastings from contamination by re-enactments.12 June 2014
News Beachy Head Lady was young sub-Saharan Roman with good teeth, say archaeologistsA facial reconstruction as part of a project and exhibition in Eastbourne has revealed a young woman from sub-Saharan Africa. Archaeologist Jo Seaman tells us more.28 March 2014
News Iron industry revered by Romans discovered during link road dig in East SussexAn iron working site from the late Iron Age, hinting at a sophisticated iron industry the Romans would have wanted to control, has emerged on the Hastings-Bexhill link road.03 February 2014
News Skeleton with vicious sword blows to skull surprises archaeologists investigating the Norman ConquestDated to around 1063, the skeleton of brutally murdered man found at the site of a medieval hospital is making archaeologists re-evaluate the extent of the Norman invasion and the later Battle of Lewes.21 May 2014