The West Dean Archaeological Project is coordinated by the Institute of Archaeology in association with the staff of the Centre for Applied Archaeology. It forms the focus for teaching Institute undergraduates in the practical skills of archaeological fieldwork through researching the changing settlement and land use of the West Dean Estate and adjacent areas. It has been running since 2006 and an introductory account appeared in the last issue of Archaeology International. In this article the authors describe the excavation of Bronze Age lynchets on Little Combes Hill in 2008.
How to Cite:
Sillar, B., Sommer, U. & Davis, R., (2008). West Dean 2008: excavation of Bronze Age lynchets on Little Combes Hill. Archaeology International. 11, pp.54–57. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ai.1115