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

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Volume 153 (2015)
Table of Contents

Survey and excavation at Goblestubbs Copse, Arundel, West Sussex
DAVID MCOMISH AND GORDON HAYDEN
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Analytical survey and landscape context of Saxonbury hillfort, Rotherfield, East Sussex
DAVID LEA AND JUDIE ENGLISH
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Archaeological investigations of the Devil’s Ditch at Windmill Park, Stane Street, Halnaker, West Sussex
ANNA DOHERTY AND NICK GARLAND
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A Romano-British settlement with ovens and field system at Theobalds Road, Wivelsfield, East Sussex
ANDREW B. POWELL
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Barcombe and Beddingham: Roman villas from Wealden iron?
ANN BEST
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Archaeological investigations at Pevensey and Westham CE School, High Street, Westham, East Sussex
RICHARD JAMES
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Petworth Park's hidden past
TOM DOMMETT
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Supplementary material available (fieldwork report in ADS library)
Go to report
Uppark revealed: A reinterpretation of the history of the house and gardens in the light of evidence revealed during restoration in 1989–94 following damage by fire
FRED ALDSWORTH
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Antipathy to ambivalence: Politics and women police in Sussex, 1915–45
DEREK OAKENSEN
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Training for war: plans of the three Great War divisional camps in Sussex
LUKE BARBER AND JUSTIN RUSSELL
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