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The Sussex School of Archaeology is a new and exciting venture providing archaeology courses to the general public and more specialised training courses for amateur and professional archaeologists.

The School is run by Chris Butler and managed by Lisa Jayne Fisher, with David Rudling as Academic Director.

The course tutors are all specialists, most of whom taught recently at the University of Sussex and are very experienced in their fields, thus providing some of the best archaeological training available and we hope to offer this at reasonable rates.
We will run a series of day schools, evening classes and trips, together with practical training courses to suit the interested armchair archaeologist as well as the keen amateur or professional looking to enhance their existing knowledge and skills.
We have an exciting programme of courses arranged for 2013, including survey courses at Shoreham Fort and a three day course looking at the conservation of the internationally famous mosaics at Fishbourne Roman Palace. Other courses include flintknapping, archaeological illustration, ironworking in the weald, and many practical courses in field archaeology.

We have some exciting ideas about future projects, and will be seeking to gain accredited status for our courses so that students can use the credits as currency to further their education at higher educational establishments.

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