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East Sussex (inc. Brighton and Hove)

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Babylon Down Round Barrow(s)
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Baily's Hill Round Barrow(s)
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Beachy Brow Round Barrow(s)
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Beacon Hill Long Barrow
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Belle Tout Enclosure
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Bostal Hill Round Barrow(s)
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Bourne Hill Round Barrow(s)
Bowl Barrow in Great Wood Round Barrow(s)
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Brighton bypass Henge Henge
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Cliffe Hill Long Barrow
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Coombe Hill Causewayed Enclosure
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Ditchling Beacon Hillfort
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Eastbourne Downs Golf Club Round Barrow(s)
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East Hill Promontory Fort
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Firle Beacon Long Barrow
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Firle Beacon Round Barrow(s)
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Foxholes Round Barrow(s)
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Foxholes Brow Round Barrow(s)
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The Goldstone Natural Rock Feature
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High and Over Round Barrow(s)
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Hollingbury Hillfort Hillfort
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Hunter's Burgh Long Barrow
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Kingston Barrow Cemetery Barrow / Cairn Cemetery
Litlington Long Barrow
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Long Burgh Long Barrow
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Money Burgh Long Barrow
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Mount Caburn Hillfort
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Offham Hill Causewayed Enclosure
The Park Fort Hillfort
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Pashley Round Barrow(s)
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Peacehaven Heights Round Barrow(s)
Peat Lump Hill Round Barrow(s)
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Plumpton Plain Round Barrow(s)
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Pudding Bag Wood Bowl Barrow Round Barrow(s)
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Ranscombe Camp Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
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Saxonbury Hill Hillfort
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Saxon Down Round Barrow(s)
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Seaford Head Hillfort
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Seaford Head Bowl Barrow Round Barrow(s)
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Tegdown Hill Barrows Barrow / Cairn Cemetery
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Tile Lodge Round Barrow(s)
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Whitehawk Camp Causewayed Enclosure
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Wilmington Hill Barrow / Cairn Cemetery
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Windover Hill Barrow / Cairn Cemetery
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Windover Long Mound Long Barrow
Sites of disputed antiquity:
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Alfriston Church Christianised Site
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Berwick Mound Christianised Site
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Brack Mount Artificial Mound
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Burlough Castle Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
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Castle Hill (Woodingdean) Enclosure
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The Long Man of Wilmington Hill Figure
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The Tump, Lewes Artificial Mound
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Stone Age flints found under Bexhill-to-Hastings link road

Prehistoric flints and evidence of early Iron Age industry have been found along the Hastings-to-Bexhill link road under construction in East Sussex.
A R Cane Posted by A R Cane
19th January 2014ce

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The Long Man of Wilmington (Hill Figure) — Images (click to view fullsize)

<b>The Long Man of Wilmington</b>Posted by ironstone ironstone Posted by ironstone
5th March 2019ce

Mount Caburn (Hillfort) — Images

<b>Mount Caburn</b>Posted by juamei juamei Posted by juamei
25th March 2018ce

Seaford Head (Hillfort) — Images

<b>Seaford Head</b>Posted by juamei juamei Posted by juamei
25th March 2018ce

Hollingbury Hillfort — Miscellaneous

A few weeks since, a labourer employed in digging flints, near Hollingbury Castle (the ancient earthwork or camp on the summit of the hill between Brighton and Stanmer), discovered an interesting group of antiquities, placed very superficially in a slight excavation on the chalk rock. It consisted of a brass instrument, called a celt; a nearly circular ornament, spirally fluted, and having two rings placed loosely on the extremities, and four armillae or bracelets for the wrist, of a very peculiar shape. All these ornaments are composed of a metallic substance, which, from the appearance of those parts where the green patina, with which they are encrusted, has been removed, must have originally posessed a lustre but little inferior to burnished gold. They are clearly either of Roman or Anglo-Roman origin, and probably were buried on or near the site of interment of the individual to whom they belonged.
From the Salisbury and Winchester Journal, 7th February 1825. It seems they're in the British Museum now: I found their photo here. Not quite so flash as a gold torc but I like them. They've got a very modern minimal look about them.
Rhiannon Posted by Rhiannon
19th December 2017ce

East Hill (Promontory Fort) — Images

<b>East Hill</b>Posted by A R Cane<b>East Hill</b>Posted by A R Cane<b>East Hill</b>Posted by A R Cane<b>East Hill</b>Posted by A R Cane A R Cane Posted by A R Cane
11th February 2017ce

Belle Tout (Enclosure) — News

Could archaeologists be about to uncover an early Bronze Age settlement.

A huge outer earthwork, stretching across 1.2 kilometres of the beautiful hilltop of Belle Tout on top of the Seven Sisters cliff, was probably part of an early Bronze Age settlement. Archaeologists are about to get to work on a coastal site they describe as a mystery in their field, with their plans including laser scans, environmental scanning and analysis of microscopic snails which can only exist in certain habitats.

They don’t know when the hilltop enclosure was built, and their previous discoveries in the area have ranged from prehistoric flintwork to early Bronze Age Beaker pottery. “We don’t know for sure how much we’ve lost over the last 6,000 years due to coastal erosion,” says Tom Dommett, the National Trust Archaeologist and key man on the Seven Sisters Archaeology Project, underlining the urgency of the latest work....

further information....
moss Posted by moss
2nd September 2016ce

Alfriston Church (Christianised Site) — Images

<b>Alfriston Church</b>Posted by A R Cane A R Cane Posted by A R Cane
20th May 2016ce
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