‘The Archaeology of the South Downs National Park: an Introduction’ by John Manley

The Archaeology of the South Downs

The Archaeology of the South Downs National Park is a walk back in time.  This introduction to the accessible monuments and artefacts in the South Downs National Park has around 100 fine colour illustrations. It memorably highlights places where people have lived, hunted, farmed and occasionally met in large numbers within the area of the Park.

This, the first book in the South Downs Series, has been assisted by the South Downs National Park Authority.  The author, John Manley, formerly Chief Executive of Sussex Archaeological Society, writes with an expert’s knowledge for the general public.

The book is £8.99 from shops at Sussex Past properties (details of opening hours available by clicking on the Properties link above) or from selected bookshops within the area of the National Park.

You may also order over the phone (01273 486260) or by post – send your contact details (name, address, daytime telephone number and email, plus Sussex Archaeological Society membership number if applicable) & payment of £8.99 plus £1.60 p&p per book to:
Marketing, Sussex Archaeological Society, Bull House, 92 High Street, Lewes, BN7 1XH.

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