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

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Volume 142, 2004
Table of Contents

Tree trunks, Bronze Age remains and an ancient channel exposed on the foreshore at Bognor Regis, West Sussex
MICHAEL J. ALLEN, DAVID A. BONE, CHARLOTTE MATTHEWS & ROBERT G. SCAIFE
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Archaeological investigations at The Bostle, Bronze Age and Anglo-Saxon barrow cemeteries, Balsdean, East Sussex, 1997
JACQUELINE I. MCKINLEY
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River Lavant Culvert: excavations in Market Road (St John's Street) Car Park, Chichester, 1996
FRANCES RAYMOND
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Lavant stone: a Roman and medieval building stone in West Sussex
ANNE E. BONE & DAVID A. BONE
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Excavations at 1-3 High Street, Seaford, East Sussex
SIMON STEVENS
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The early-modern carpenter and timber framing in the rural Sussex Weald
J. C. KIRK
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Laughton Church chancel and other major church alterations in and around Lewes, East Sussex, c. 1740 - 1810: the roles of architects and local craftsmen
SUE BERRY
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Lime-burning in West Sussex, and the Newbridge Wharf Limekilns, Billingshurst
JIM WILLIAMS
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Evidence for the prehistoric occupation of the Upper Cuckmere Valley
MIKE SEAGER THOMAS
 
Excavations east of London Road, Ashington, West Sussex 1999
P. B. HIGGINS
 
A Roman field boundary at 'Greenfields', Middleton-on-Sea, West Sussex
M. JOHN SAUNDERS
 
The London-Portslade Roman road and prehistoric activity at Haywards Heath
NEIL GRIFFIN, RICHARD JAMES & CHRIS BUTLER
 
Bronze Age to Roman field systems at the site of the Arunside Industrial Estate, Littlehampton
SOPHIA ADAMS
 
Church origins at East Grinstead
M. J. LEPPARD
 
The birth date of Thomas Turner
ROGER DAVEY
 
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Supplements 
Lime-burning in West Sussex, and the Newbridge Wharf Limekilns, Billingshurst
JIM WILLIAMS
Supplement

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