Monthly Archives: September 2014

Excavation – Pococks Field

Having lived in on different edges of the Pevensey levels most of our lives, the discovery of this area’s history is a revelation.  Enriched by experiencing the landscape our understanding of it’s found information is reimagined.  Artefacts, stories and people … Continue reading

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Walking the underwater line

  Photographs by Noelle McCormack and Debbie Seacombe A walk from Eastbourne Pier, marking the contours of the old shoreline of the Pevensey Levels as we go, to the archaeological dig at Pocock’s Field in King’s Drive. Sharing knowledge and memories … Continue reading

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Land sea and spider webs

A spider web, spiderweb, spider’s web, or cobweb (from the obsolete word coppe, meaning “spider”)[1] is a device created by a spider out of proteinaceous spider silk extruded from itsspinnerets. Spider webs have existed for at least 100 million years, as witnessed in a rare find of Early Cretaceous amber from Sussex, southern England.[2] Insects can get trapped in spider … Continue reading

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september 17 walk

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Meeting Jo Seaman Eastbourne Archeologist September 17

1712 watercolours of archeological excavation of the Roman Palace, Eastbourne

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September 17 walk

   bog  willow wilding      water mapping edging reflecting

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Walking Lines, Discovering Eastbourne’s Underwater Edge

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