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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Volume 139, 2001
Table of Contents

A Mesolithic and later prehistoric flintworking site at East and West Hills, Pyecombe, West Sussex
CHRIS BUTLER
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Evidence of Sussex prehistoric ritual traditions: the archaeological investigation of a Bronze Age funerary monument situated on Baily's Hill near Crowlink, Eastbourne
CHRISTOPHER GREATOREX
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Chanctonbury Ring revisited: the excavations of 1988-91
DAVID RUDLING
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Hamsey near Lewes, East Sussex: the implications of recent finds of Late Anglo-Saxon metalwork for its importance in the Pre-Conquest period
GABOR THOMAS
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Excavations on a medieval site at Little High Street, Worthing, West Sussex, 1997
JULIE LOVELL
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Excavations on a late medieval ironworking site at London Road, Crawley, West Sussex, 1997
NICHOLAS COOKE
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The family circle and career of William Burrell, antiquary
JOHN H. FARRANT
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The Lewes Library Society in the Victorian Period, 1831-97
DANIEL WALEY
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Brighton's railway workers in the 1850s
JUNE A. SHEPPARD
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Rural parish churches and the bereaved in Sussex after the First World War
KEITH GRIEVES
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A Mesolithic and later prehistoric flintworking site at East and West Hills, Pyecombe, West Sussex
CHRIS BUTLER
 
Chanctonbury Ring revisited
The Excavations of 1988-91
DAVID RUDLING
 
Excavations on a late medieval ironworking site at London Road, Crawley, West Sussex, 1997
NICHOLAS COOKE
 
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