H 290 x W 205 mm
Illustrated throughout in black & white with one colour plate
Published Jul 2016
This is the first review of the archaeology of this important landscape – from Palaeolithic to medieval times by contributors all routed in the archaeology of Sussex.
Dudley John Moore; an appreciation and tribute to ‘a life well lived’ (Sarah Green); Foreword. CCE (University of Sussex) and its three Sussex River Ouse Projects: teaching, learning and research (David Rudling); 1. Introduction: studying the Ouse Valley (Dudley Moore); 2. Holocene geoarchaeology and palaeo-environment; setting the scene (Michael J. Allen); 3. Palaeolithic record of the Sussex Ouse Valley (Matt Pope and Jenny Brown); 4. Mesolithic (Diana Jones); 5. Neolithic (Steve Sutcliffe); 6. Bronze Age, a north-south divide (Lisa Jayne Fisher); 7. Iron Age (Stuart McGregor); 8. Impact of Rome (David Rudling); 9. Anglo-Saxons (Simon Stevens); 10. The Upper Ouse in the Medieval period (AD 1066 to 1499) (David H. Millum); 11. Lower Ouse in the Medieval period (AD 1066 to 1499) (David J. Worsell); 12. Research priorities for the Ouse valley (Michael J. Allen and David Rudling