CHRIS BUTLER ARCHAEOLOGICAL SERVICES LIMITED
       
 
 Military Archaeology
 
 
 
 
 

Chris Butler has a long standing interest in Military History, and has been able to combine this with his archaeological expertise and personal military experience through service in the Territorial Army, to undertake detailed studies of military sites and landscapes.


Chris has conducted major surveys of surviving Post Medieval defence sites in East and West Sussex and produced two books* which detailed the results of these surveys.

CBAS has recently undertaken fieldwork surveys for the D-Day Museum to identify the Head Quarters camps used by Eisenhower and Montgomery leading up to D-Day
 
18TH CENTURY FIELD KITCHEN

Excavations on defence sites in East Sussex have included a late 18th century field kitchen and First World War trench system in Ashdown Forest, whilst Chris has also recorded military structures that have been threatened with demolition.

CBAS is available for survey and excavation work in defence landscapes, recording work, and has experience working and liaising with Explosive Ordnance specialists where there is a residual threat from unexploded ordnance.

The CBAS Military archaeology images featured on this page and others can been veiwed on the gallery pages.

*East Sussex Under Attack - Available to order at: Amazon

*West Sussex Under Attack - Available to order at: Amazon


 



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