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

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Volume 147, 2009
Table of Contents

Prehistoric burnt flint mounds and later activity at Hammonds Mill Farm, Burgess Hill, West Sussex
CHRIS BUTLER
Abstract
Survey of the Bow Hill Camp, Stoughton, West Sussex
NEVILLE J. HASKINS
Abstract
Fieldwalking at Duttle's Brow near Jevington, East Sussex: Prehistoric to Romano-British Downland occupation and an Anglo-Saxon cemetery
GREG CHUTER
Abstract
A Roman cremation cemetery at 11-15 Offington Lane, Worthing, West Sussex
ALICE THORNE
Abstract
Bosham: a key Anglo-Saxon harbour
PHILIP MACDOUGALL
Abstract
Pottery from Late Saxon Chichester: a reassessment of the evidence
BEN JERVIS
Abstract
A medieval moated site at Stretham, near Henfield, West Sussex
JOHN FUNNELL
Abstract
Excavations at No. 5 John Street, Shoreham-By-Sea, West Sussex
SIMON STEVENS
Abstract
A nuns' priests' tale: the foundation of Easebourne Priory (1216-1240)
NICHOLAS VINCENT
Abstract
The cuckoo in the nest: a Dallingridge tomb in the Fitzalan Chapel at Arundel
NIGEL SAUL
Abstract
The builder of Penhurst manor house
JEREMY GORING
Abstract
The retirement of Henry Percy, ninth Earl of Northumberland, at Petworth 1621-1632
GORDON BATHO
Abstract
Thirty something: Thomas Paine at Bull House in Lewes 1768-74 - six formative years
COLIN BRENT
Abstract
Contrasting communities: Anglican ecclesiastical development in Barcombe and Hamsey in the nineteenth century
PAMELA COMBES
Abstract
A terrible toll of life: the impact of the 'Spanish Influenza' epidemic on Brighton 1918-19
JAIME KAMINSKI
Abstract
Short Articles
Results of archaeological and built heritage investigations along the A27 Southerham to Beddingham and Glynde junction improvements
ADAM BROSSLER, MATTHEW POPE & JAMIE PRESTON
An Iron-Age-style statue of a fertility goddess from Fishbourne
MARTIN HENIG & DAVID RUDKIN
Scandinavian influences in the Late Anglo-Saxon sculpture of Sussex
ELIZABETH NORTON
Archaeological investigations at the former site of Parbrook Bungalow, Stane Street, Billingshurst, West Sussex
SIMON STEVENS
An archaeological excavation at 94-96 High Street, Shoreham-By-Sea, West Sussex
SIMON STEVENS
Index
Supplements 
Pottery from Late Saxon Chichester: a reassessment of the evidence
BEN JERVIS
PDF - 206 KB
A medieval moated site at Stretham, near Henfield, West Sussex
JOHN FUNNELL
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