Good luck, and hope you enjoy your dissertation as much as I did (long ago).
Dr Paula Martin
Arnydie, Peat Inn
Cupar, Fife KY15 5LF
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Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2001 6:20 PM
> Hey there,
> After deciding that University and a degree is the way forward within the
> archaeological world i have decided to continue my studies here at
> Lampeter. In fact i have to say that i am rather enthusiastic about the
> future, sadly my filed class to itreland seems jepodised by foot and mouth
> but i have my dissertation to look forward to. Yes you did hear me right i
> am looking forward to embarking on my dissertation. It for this reason
> i write to you all now,
> Being from Sussex i have decided to write my dissertation on a Sussex
> subject, at first glances i have come up with a few ideas and need some
> input and info as to whether you guys think them good or bad ideas.
> My first and main idea, which interests me a lot, is to write my
> dissertation on the Roman Well or so called well found just north of
> Worthing at the end of the Long Furlong, this has always intrigued me and
> seems to have no other associated sites. Can anyone point me to any
> publications or the like about this site?
> The other ideas are more general subject areas,
> I was thinking of looking into the Roman Roads of Sussex, writing an
> overview and look into the possibility of their being ones uncharted,
> i believe there are, for instance a north south root on the east side of
> the Arun.
> Also i thought i could look into the invasion by the Romans and the Great
> debate Sussex or Kent?
> Finally if all else fails i thought of looking at the transition from
> to Romans, If you like.
> I would be greatful for any ideas and information and general opinions
> anyone might have, to be honest i am still looking for a decent title and
> open to new suggestions, i would like to write my dissertation on
> useful something that won't just gather dust in some cupboard somewhere.
> Anyway i have talked too long,
> Thanks for reading this,
> Peter Newell
> A Much Much Happier Archaeology Student.