The Archaeology of the South Downs National Park, by John Manley
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 one hundred fine colour illustrations. It memorably highlights places where people lived, hunted, farmed and occasionally met in large numbers within the area of the park.
John Manley was formerly the Chief Executive of the Sussex Archaeological Society, and he writes with an expert’s knowledge for a wide general public.
The book is 87 pages with 126 colour photographs and illustrations. The price include £1.60 to cover post and packing.