The Sussex Archaeological Collections has been produced by the Society since its inception in 1846, and is a major scholarly contribution to the study of local archaeology and history. The Collections are the first port of call for anyone researching the past of Sussex, and there over 150 volumes have been completed to date.
The journal features a variety of archaeological fieldwork reports and the results of historical research. All are vetted by our editorial team to ensure that consistently high standards are maintained.
The Collections are produced annually. Full digital copies of the Collections are available online at the Archaeology Data Services’ website. These are release two years behind the current one, of which Members receive free copies.
Individual SAC articles with links to online versions where available are included in the online Library Catalogue.