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

Sussex Archaeological Society, 2000 (updated 2016)

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Facing the Palace: Excavations in front of the Roman Palace at Fishbourne
John Manley & David Rudkin

Volume 141, 2003

Introduction

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These web pages and associated digital resources provide supplementary information to that which is contained in the hard-copy publication Facing the Palace. Please note that the digital information presented here is not intended to be read as a stand-alone source, but should be approached by the reader who has access to the hard-copy publication. A list of the supplementary information can be found in the printed publication (Table 28); a copy of Facing the Palace (£14.99 plus postage and packing) can be purchased from Fishbourne Roman Palace (tradingfish@sussexpast.co.uk) or from www.sussexpastshop.co.uk.

The authors would appreciate any feedback on the printed volume or the fishbourne information on this website; please email any comments to admin@sussexpast.co.uk.