The Palaeolithic Archaeology of the Sussex/Hampshire Coastal Corridor

Martin Bates, Francis Wenban-Smith, Rebecca Briant, Richard Bates, 2007 (updated 2008)

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Introduction

Fluvial gravels at Stanswood Bay, Western Solent

The Palaeolithic Archaeology of the Sussex / Hampshire Coastal Corridor project ran between 2005-2007 and was funded by the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund (ALSF) as distributed by English Heritage. It was developed on the basis of nearly 20 years of research in the West Sussex Coastal Plain by the project leader, Martin Bates. This was a multi-disciplinary investigation involving archaeologists from the University of Southampton as well as earth scientists from a range of institutions. The key objectives were to obtain a better understanding of the distribution of sediments likely to contain Palaeolithic archaeology, the nature of the archaeological materials and the ages of the sediments containing the archaeology.