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

Sussex Archaeological Society, 2000 (updated 2017)

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Volume 144, 2006
Table of Contents

Bronze Age burials and settlement and an Anglo-Saxon settlement at Claypit Lane, Westhampnett, West Sussex
ADRIAN M. CHADWICK
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Excavation of a Mesolithic occupation site and a Saxon building to the rear of Upper Bognor Road, Bognor Regis, West Sussex
GREG PRIESTLEY-BELL
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More buildings facing the Palace at Fishbourne
JOHN MANLEY & DAVID RUDKIN
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Excavations at the former site of Tribe’s Yard, Bersted Street, Bognor Regis, West Sussex
SIMON STEVENS
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A new survey of the fabric of the Church of the Holy Trinity, Bosham, West Sussex
TIM TATTON-BROWN
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The development of the port of Littlehampton, West Sussex, and excavations at East Bank, River Road
TIMOTHY BRADLEY & CHRISTOPHER PHILLPOTTS
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The market-houses of Steyning
JANET PENNINGTON
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William Cooke, steward of the Sheffield Estate 1828-1832
MALCOLM LILL
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A failed rehousing scheme in Brighton by the London Brighton andSouth Coast Railway
DAVID ROBERTS
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Short Articles PDF 2757 Kb
Archaeological investigations at the junction of High Street and Kilnmead, Crawley, West Sussex
SIMON STEVENS
Archaeological investigations at the site of Loxwood Place Farm, Loxwood, West Sussex
SIMON STEVENS
The possible identification of a Priory grange at Washington
ANNABELLE HUGHES
The windmill ‘betweene the Bridges of Bramber’
JANET PENNINGTON
Iron and brass ware in East Sussex in the 1540s
BRIAN AWTY
Index PDF 475 KB
Supplements 
More buildings facing the Palace at Fishbourne
JOHN MANLEY & DAVID RUDKIN
Supplement

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