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 143, 2005
Table of Contents

Beaker occupation and development of the downland landscape at Ashcombe Bottom, near Lewes, East Sussex
MICHAEL J. ALLEN
Abstract
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Beaker and Early Bronze Age activity, and a possible Beaker valley entrenchment, in Cuckoo Bottom, near Lewes, East Sussex
MICHAEL J. ALLEN
Abstract
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Excavation of a Late Bronze Age enclosure site at Gatwick Airport, 2001
NICHOLAS A. WELLS
Abstract
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Bronze Age and Iron Age occupation at Chichester Road, Selsey, West Sussex
STEPHEN HAMMOND & STEVE PRESTON
Abstract
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Understanding Iron Age Norton
MIKE SEAGER THOMAS
Abstract
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Remembering 'Round-the-Down': topographical perspectives on early settlement and land-use at Southerham, near Lewes
GAIL VINES & FRANCES PRICE
Abstract
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The Roman roads of the Portslade/Aldrington area in relation to a possible Roman port at Copperas Gap
GLEN SHIELDS
Abstract
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Roman and medieval remains in Middleton-on-Sea, West Sussex: excavations at Nalgo Lodge, 2000
NEIL GRIFFIN
Abstract
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Refining the biography of a marketplace tenement: a recent excavation and archaeological interpretive survey at 'The Marlipins', Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex
GABOR THOMAS
Abstract
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The Washington Estate: new evidence on an ancient boundary
ROBIN MILNER-GULLAND
Abstract
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Foxed by Fox Hall
ROSEMARY BAIRD
Abstract
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Stanmer House and Park, East Sussex: the evolution of a small downland country house and its setting c. 1710-1805
SUE BERRY
Abstract
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The role of soldiers in the origins of Wesleyan Methodism in Brighton and other towns on the Sussex Coast
MICHAEL R. HICKMAN
Abstract
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Short Articles PDF 1357 KB
A stone head at Kingston-near-Lewes
MARGARET THORBURN
The excavation of a later Saxon privy at Norton in East Sussex
MIKE SEAGER THOMAS
A moated site at Warren Farm, Hadlow Down, East Sussex (TQ:518225)
GREG CHUTER
Index PDF 465 KB
Supplements 
Bronze Age and Iron Age occupation at Chichester Road, Selsey, West Sussex
STEPHEN HAMMOND & STEVE PRESTON
Supplement
Roman and medieval remains in Middleton-on-Sea, West Sussex: excavations at Nalgo Lodge, 2000
NEIL GRIFFIN
Supplement
Refining the biography of a marketplace tenement: a recent excavation and archaeological interpretive survey at 'The Marlipins', Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex
GABOR THOMAS
Supplement

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