Elaine Evans Archaeology Gallery (Brighton Museum): Whitehawk Causewayed Enclosure

Client – Brighton Museum Elaine Evans Archaeology Gallery

CGI – Grant Cox (ArtasMedia)

Programs used – 3DS Max/Vray/Photoshop

Whitehawk is a Neolithic causewayed enclosure  in Brighton, East Sussex. It is one of the most complex finds-rich and well-dated structures of its type in southern Britain.

Thought to have been constructed around 3’650BC, its primary use is estimated to have lasted for between 75 & 260 years. Due to its importance as an archaeological site, it has been a designated Scheduled Ancient Monument since 1923. However, despite this, it has been affected by considerable construction throughout the 20th and 21st Century and now only sections of it remain clean from development.

If you wish to find out more, visit the new gallery at Brighton Museum, or check their online website.