Malling Hill Skeletons: a Greg Chuter talk – Friday 11 November 2016, 7:30pm

A Brighton & Hove Archaeological Society event

Greg Chuter: Malling Hill Skeletons

Recent investigations on Malling Hill resulted from a piece of human bone found eroding out of a rabbit burrow on the east side of the hill. The most exciting discovery was a mass grave containing a group of men executed in the Saxon period, who may have been captured Viking raiders.

BHAS helped fund the lab analysis so at this talk Greg will give the latest scientific news on where these men came from.

Greg Chuter is the Assistant County Archaeologist for East Sussex.

Greg Chuter Malling excavations

Image courtesy of Greg Chuter

Venue: Unitarian Church, New Road, Brighton. Map

Entry: Free to Brighton and Hove Archaeological Society members, £3.00 for non-members.

All welcome

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