Southeast Kernow Archaeological Survey

  • Frieman, Catherine (Principal Investigator)
  • Lewis, James (Co-investigator)
  • Fibiger, Linda (Researcher)

Project Details

Description

Despite many generations of archaeological fieldwork in Britain’s southwestern peninsula and Cornwall’s central role in later prehistoric exchange networks, the prehistory of the southeastern part of the county has not been exposed to the same amount of modern archaeological investigation. The Southeast Kernow Archaeological Survey (SEKAS) project aims to develop a better understanding of the prehistoric landscape of this region which links the metal-rich uplands to the English Channel. The study region for the SEKAS project comprises of the area between the Tamar and the Fowey rivers and south of the A38, and the period from the Neolithic through to the later Iron Age.

I am engaged in the project as the project osteoarchaeologist and am currently analysing cremated remains from last year's field season.
AcronymSEKAS
StatusActive
Effective start/end date1/01/18 → …

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