The first issue (1997/1998) of Archaeology International included an account by the Director of the Institute 's Field Archaeology Unit (UCLFAU) of excavations at the Roman villa of Bignor in West Sussex. Here he describes, with a colleague from the Mid-Sussex Field Archaeological Team (MSFAT), a major new research and rescue project at Barcombe in the Ouse valley in East Sussex.
How to Cite:
Rudling, D. & Butler, C., (2003). From Iron Age roundhouse to Roman villa: excavations at Barcomhe, Sussex, 2001-2003. Archaeology International. 7, pp.17–21. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ai.0706