From Prehistoric, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Roman and Mediaeval
periods through to the 21st Century, Chichester city and its
countryside provide a rich variety of archaeology for the members of
the Chichester and District Archaeology Society.
NEXT TALK: 25th May: Members evening: Hear about some of the work the Society and individual members have been doing to explore the archaeology of the Chichester area.Regrettably there will be no live stream of this month’s talk. We will however try an alternative option of recording the talk and making that available via our YouTube channel (though note; this will be a recording of the digital presentation only, it will not feature a camera view of the guest speaker, and will be available to members only).
CDAS is making making certain videos available to everyone via our new public YouTube channel here. In addition, members have the opportunity to see presentations on our members-only channel designed to supplement our monthly talks. Details of the latter channel have been circulated and are available on request.
Our latest public presentation can be viewed below.
You can also follow our exploits via our Twitter updates:Tweets by ChichArch
A full report on intertidal fish traps at East Head by Peter Murphy has now been completed and is available for download.
Priory Park, Chichester
In February CDAS carried out a geophysical survey of the area of Chichester's Priory Park, this time to the north of the Guildhall.
During the 2014 CDAS excavation at the Warblington villa site a rare and fascinating stone cist containing two lead packages was found. You can read a full report about it here. The cist is now on display in Emsworth museum, see Links page for more details and opening times.
President: Trevor Davies Chairman: Dickie Spurgin