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

P R E L I M S
Prehistoric burnt flint mounds and later activity at Hammonds Mill Farm, Burgess Hill, West Sussex.
CHRIS BUTLER
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Survey of the Bow Hill Camp, Stoughton, West Sussex.
NEVILLE J. HASKINS
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Fieldwalking at Duttle's Brow near Jevington, East Sussex: Prehistoric to Romano-British Downland occupation and an Anglo-Saxon cemetery.
GREG CHUTER
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A Roman cremation cemetery at 11-15 Offington Lane, Worthing, West Sussex.
ALICE THORNE
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Bosham: a key Anglo-Saxon harbour.
PHILIP MACDOUGALL
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Pottery from Late Saxon Chichester: a reassessment of the evidence.
BEN JERVIS
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A medieval moated site at Stretham, near Henfield, West Sussex.
JOHN FUNNELL
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Excavations at No. 5 John Street, Shoreham-By-Sea, West Sussex.
SIMON STEVENS
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A nuns' priests' tale: the foundation of Easebourne Priory (1216-1240).
NICHOLAS VINCENT
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The cuckoo in the nest: a Dallingridge tomb in the Fitzalan Chapel at Arundel.
NIGEL SAUL
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The builder of Penhurst manor house.
JEREMY GORING
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The retirement of Henry Percy, ninth Earl of Northumberland, at Petworth 1621-1632.
GORDON BATHO
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Thirty something: Thomas Paine at Bull House in Lewes 1768-74 - six formative years.
COLIN BRENT
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Contrasting communities: Anglican ecclesiastical development in Barcombe and Hamsey in the nineteenth century.
PAMELA COMBES
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A terrible toll of life: the impact of the 'Spanish Influenza' epidemic on Brighton 1918-19.
JAIME KAMINSKI
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S H O R T A R T I C L E S
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Results of archaeological and built heritage investigations along the A27 Southerham to Beddingham and Glynde junction improvements.
ADAM BROSSLER, MATTHEW POPE and JAMIE PRESTON
An Iron-Age-style statue of a fertility goddess from Fishbourne.
MARTIN HENIG and 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
I N D E X
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S U P P L E M E N T
Pottery from Late Saxon Chichester: a reassessment of the evidence.
BEN JERVIS
PDF 201 Kb
A medieval moated site at Stretham, near Henfield, West Sussex
JOHN FUNNELL
PDF 672 Kb