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The Culver Archaeological Project (CAP) was founded in 2005 to investigate the historic landscape of the Sussex Ouse valley, just north of Lewes and involves the local community, university students and volunteers under the supervision of the directors, Rob Wallace and David Millum. The current excavations are at Bridge Farm, Barcombe Mills, a Romano-British settlement, discovered in 2011, with evidence of activity from late 1st to mid-4th century and a bivallate defensive enclosure from the late 2nd century. This sizeable nucleated settlement would seem to both pre and post-date the nearby villa and bathhouse at Barcombe and is in a pivotal location at the junction of three Roman roads and the River Ouse. CAP organises an excavation every summer to include all types of fieldwork from surveying, excavating, finds processing and recording in which all participants are encouraged to take part. This site of potentially regional importance offers scope for many years of investigation into the still obscure world of rural settlements in Sussex during the Roman era, with the promise of further discoveries with every additional year. For more information go to



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Millum, D (2014) 'Bridge Farm, 2011-14, Nr. Barcombe Mills, Sussex: the excavation of a Romano-British riverside settlement. Interim report'.
Millum, D (2017) 'An interim summary of the excavation and interpretationof the Romano-British settlement at Bridge Farm, Wellingham, Lewes, East Sussex. From 2011 – 2016 (revised March 2017)'.

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