From Prehistoric, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Roman and Mediaeval
periods through to the 21st Century, Chichester city and its
countryside provide a rich variety of archaeology for the members of
the Chichester and District Archaeology Society.
NEXT TALK: 27th May - Open Evening. Short presentations on recent fieldwork (free entry for all).
PLACE: New Park Centre, New Park Road, Chichester
Our one day course on 16th May 2015: 'Soldier and Civilian South of Roman Britain'
Course tutor Richard Bridgland has a BA in Archaeology and is a Roman enthusiast, having been a member of the Ermine Street Guard for a number of years. His course will cover a number of aspects of civilian Roman life as it evolved in southern Britain and the corresponding roll of military personnel. Specific mention will be made of the so-called ‘forts of the Saxon shores’ and the possible role of the later defence of Roman Chichester. The day will also include a display of reproduction artefacts and military equipment.
£22 for members, £25 for non-members. Places are limited, book now!
To book a place contact Jenny Harvey at:
For more details on membership and how to join CDAS please visit the Membership page, or contact Mrs Pat Ferry at .
President: David Rudkin Chairman: Ann Davies