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

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Volume 140 (2002)
Table of Contents

P R E L I M S
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A prehistoric and later medieval agricultural landscape at Dean Way, Storrington.
CHRISTINE HOWARD-DAVIS and BRYAN MATTHEWS
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An early Roman pottery production site at Horticultural Research International, Littlehampton.
JULIE LOVELL
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The excavation of a Saxon grubenhaus at Itford Farm, Beddingham, East Sussex.
RICHARD JAMES
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Bishopstone: a pre-Conquest minster church.
PAMELA COMBES
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Queen Adeliza and the Lotharingian connection.
KATHLEEN THOMPSON
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Simon de Montfort and the historians.
DANIEL WALEY
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The lordship of Canterbury, iron-founding at Buxted, and the continental antecedents of cannon-founding in the Weald.
BRIAN AWTY and CHRISTOPHER WHITTICK
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Shape-shifting: the changing outline of the Long Man of Wilmington.
RODNEY CASTLEDEN
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Myth and reality in the representation of resorts: Brighton and the emergence of the 'Prince and fishing village' myth 1770-1824.
SUE BERRY
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Land ownership and farming on the South Downs in West Sussex c. 1840-1940.
JOHN GODFREY
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Worthing, Richebourg and the League of Help for the Devastated Areas of France: the rediscovery of an adoption.
SALLY WHITE
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S H O R T A R T I C L E S
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A Mesolithic site and later finds at Magham Down, near Hailsham, East Sussex.
CHRIS BUTLER
Fieldwalking at Varley Halls and Marquee Brow, Stanmer, Brighton.
JOHN FUNNELL
Two Middle Bronze Age palstave axes from the western Weald.
DAVID WILLIAMS
Roman nail-cleaner from Lancing Ring, West Sussex.
JOHN FUNNELL
The Anglo-Saxon nunnery at Chichester: a further source.
JULIAN M. LUXFORD
Building practices in the eastern Weald around 1700: an addendum.
JOHN H. FARRANT
I N D E X
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