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

Sussex Archaeological Society, 2000 (updated 2014)

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Volume 138, 2000
Table of Contents

The importance of illustration in archaeology and the exemplary work of Robert Gurd
SEÁN GODDARD
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Important archaeological discoveries made during the construction of the A259 Rustington Bypass, 1990
DAVID RUDLING & OLIVER GILKES
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A Mesolithic site at Rock Common, Washington, West Sussex
PHIL HARDING
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Rock shelter stratigraphy: excavations at Eridge
CHRISTOPHER GREATOREX & MIKE SEAGER THOMAS
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Updating the Sussex Iron Age
SUE HAMILTON & KATE GREGORY
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New evidence for the origins, development and internal morphology of the Roman roadside settlement at Alfoldean
MIKE LUKE & JACKIE WELLS
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Measurement and metaphor: the design and meaning of building 3 at Fishbourne Roman palace
JOHN MANLEY
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The spire of Holy Trinity Church, Bosham, West Sussex
F. G. ALDSWORTH
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A medieval saltern mound at Millfields Caravan Park, Bramber, West Sussex
VICTORIA RIDGEWAY
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Lewes Library Society: the early years, 1785-1831
DANIEL WALEY & JEREMY GORING
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The Broyle Enclosure, 1767-71
JOHN E. KAY
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The origins of Thomas Turner
ROGER DAVEY
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Lower Palaeolithic surface finds from northern scarp of the Downs at Kithurst Hill, Near Storrington, West Sussex
MATTHEW POPE
 
Mesolithic and later flintwork from Moon's Farm, Piltdown, East Sussex
CHRIS BUTLER
 
A Neolithic polished axe from Barcombe
CHRIS BUTLER
 
New evidence for Saxo-Norman settlement at Chantry Green House, Steyning, West Sussex, 1989
MAUREEN BENNELL
 
St Cuthman's book?
JANET PENNINGTON
 
Three Lewes martyrs of 1557
ROGER DAVEY
 
Why did Horsfield leave Lewes?
JEREMY GORING
 
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Important archaeological discoveries made during theconstruction of the A259 Rustington Bypass, 1990
DAVID RUDLING & OLIVER GILKES
The finds
 
New evidence for the origins, development and internal morphology of the Roman roadside settlement at Alfoldean
MIKE LUKE & JACKIE WELLS
Previous Archaeological Activity
 
New evidence for Saxo-Norman settlement at Chantry Green House, Steyning, West Sussex, 1989
MAUREEN BENNELL
The finds
 

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