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

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Volume 149 (2011)
Table of Contents

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New animals, new landscapes and new world views: the Iron Age to Roman transition at Fishbourne.
MARTYN ALLEN and NAOMI SYKES
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What did Ivan Margary ever do for me? An excavation of the Roman Greensand Way at Plumpton.
DAVID MILLUM
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Dialogues in deposition: A reassessment of early Roman-period burials at St Pancras, Chichester, and other related sites.
GORDON HAYDEN
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Excavation of medieval burgage plots and further evidence of iron working on land off Pegler Way, Crawley, West Sussex.
STEPHEN HAMMOND
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Archaeological investigations at the Ropetackle site, Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex.
SIMON STEVENS
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In the wake of Throckmorton: Christopher Haynes, customer, searcher and taverner of Arundel (c. 1527-1586).
STEWART JOHNSON
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Cowdray and the iconography of Henry VIII.
BRIDGET HOWARD
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Excavation of a post-medieval cottage at Eartham, West Sussex.
DAVID BUTCHER
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The impact of the Georgians, Victorians and Edwardians on early parish churches: City of Brighton and Hove c. 1680-1914).
SUE BERRY
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S H O R T A R T I C L E S
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Further beyond the villa: Southwick revisited, 1933 and 2008.
GILES STANDING
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Archaeological investigations at the Ropetackle site, Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex.
SIMON STEVENS
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