Sussex Archaeological Collections: Relating to the history and antiquities of the counties of East and West Sussex

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Volume 137 (1999)
Table of Contents

C O N T E N T S
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Marking time and making space: excavations and landscape studies at the Caburn hillfort, East Sussex, 1996-98.
PETER DREWETT and SUE HAMILTON
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Stone finds in context: a contribution to the study of later prehistoric artefact assemblages.
MIKE SEAGER THOMAS
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The excavation of a Romano-British site at Burgess Hill, West Sussex .
JENNIFER SAWYER
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The bathhouse of Angmering Roman villa: a reconsideration of its sequence and context .
OLIVER J. GILKES
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Sexing of Romano-British baby burials from the Beddingham and Bignor villas .
TONY WALDRON, G. MICHAEL TAYLOR and DAVID RUDLING
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The course of the London to Brighton Roman road south of Burgess Hill.
GLEN SHIELDS
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The excavation of land adjacent to the Old Farmhouse, Pevensey, East Sussex, 1994.
LUKE BARBER
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Adapting houses to changing needs: multi-phased medieval and transitional houses in East Sussex.
DAVID MARTIN & BARBARA MARTIN
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Parochialization and patterns of patronage in 11th-century Sussex.
NEIL S. RUSHTON
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Driven to rebellion? Sir John Lewknor, dynastic loyalty and debt.
MALCOLM MERCER
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Alexander Nesbitt, a Sussex antiquary, and the Oldlands estate.
JANET H. STEVENSON
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S H O R T A R T I C L E S
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A Neolithic polished flint axe fragment from Hollingbury.
JOHN FUNNELL
A fieldwalking survey at Mill Lane, Clayton, West Sussex.
CHRIS BUTLER
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A section through the moat bank at Bodiam Castle.
SIMON STEVENS
Archaeological work at the site of the Millenium Seed Bank, Wakehurst Place, Ardingly, West Sussex.
SIMON STEVENS
The Morris reredoses at St John the Baptist Church, Findon, and Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Clapham, West Sussex.
TESSA KELLY
The Demolition of Yapton House.
T. P. HUDSON
I N D E X
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M I C R O F I C H E
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The excavation of a Romano-British site at Burgess Hill, West Sussex.
JENNIFER SAWYER
The excavation of land adjacent to the Old Farmhouse, Pevensey, East Sussex, 1994.
LUKE BARBER
A fieldwalking survey at Mill Lane, Clayton, West Sussex.
CHRIS BUTLER