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 146, 2008
Table of Contents

A collection of Mesolithic flintwork from the Horsham area: the Standing Collection
CHRIS BUTLER
Abstract
From potsherds, to people: Sussex prehistoric pottery
MIKE SEAGER THOMAS
Abstract
A topographical survey of Chanctonbury Ring, West Sussex: an interpretation of the prehistoric landscape from the Neolithic to the Middle Iron Age
MARK TIBBLE
Abstract
Romano-British and medieval occupation at Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, West Sussex
DAVID GODDEN
Abstract
An archaeological excavation at Steyning Museum, Church Street, Steyning, West Sussex
CHRIS GREATOREX
Abstract
Archaeological investigations at the ASDA site, Crawley, West Sussex
SIMON STEVENS
Abstract
Excavations at the Jenner and Simpson Mill site, Mount Street, Battle, East Sussex
RICHARD JAMES
Abstract
Graffham and Woolavington potters, tile-makers and brickmakers, c. 1590-1740
DANAE TANKARD
Abstract
Brighton's Railway District in the mid-nineteenth century
JUNE A. SHEPPARD
Abstract
Short Articles
An Early Bronze Age burial and Iron Age ditch at East Brighton Golf Club
JOHN FUNNELL
The Roman pottery assemblage from Hills Place, Horsham, West Sussex
MALCOLM LYNE
An assemblage of medieval pottery found at the former Police House, Lewes Road, Ringmer, East Sussex (TQ 453 127)
DAVID GREGORY
Excavations at The Pilgrims Rest, Park Lane, Battle, East Sussex
RICHARD JAMES
An archaeological investigation at 42 North Street, Horsham, West Sussex
SIMON STEVENS
Index

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