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

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Volume 148 (2010)
Table of Contents

P R E L I M S
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Peterborough ware from Westbourne: a rare Middle Neolithic 'ritual' (?) deposit from the West Sussex Coastal Plain.
MIKE SEAGER THOMAS
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A Bronze Age settlement, Roman structures and a field system at Hassocks, West Sussex.
DAVID MULLIN, EDWARD BIDDULPH and RICHARD BROWN
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The excavation of prehistoric remains, a Roman road and post-medieval kiln at Stane Street, Westhampnett, West Sussex
GREG PRIESTLEY-BELL
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The street plan of Lewes and the Burghal Hidage.
MICHAEL HOLMES
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The medieval hospital of St Nicholas, Lewes, East Sussex: excavations 1994 .
LUKE BARBER and LUCY SIBUN
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The history of the hospital of St Nicholas, Lewes and its successors.
CHRISTOPHER WHITTICK
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A monumental palimpsest: the Dacre tomb in Herstmonceux Church.
GEORGE ELLIOTT
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The gardens, orchards and park at Danny in Hurstpierpoint: an analysis of the estate map of 1666.
PAULA HENDERSON
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Houses and parliament: local politics, tenure and 'townscapes': the case of Sussex Boroughs in the 'long eighteenth century'.
SPENCER THOMAS
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The drawings of Herstmonceux Castle by James Lambert, senior and junior, 1776-7.
JOHN H. FARRANT
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No lodgings to be had for love or money': the business of accommodating visitors in eighteenth-century Brighton.
JAIME KAMINSKI
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The construction of St Peter's Church, Brighton, c. 1818-1835.
SUE BERRY
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John Halsham': the perfect countryman.
PETER BRANDON
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The Duke and the radical: an Edwardian land conflict in Sussex.
JOHN GODFREY and BRIAN SHORT
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S H O R T A R T I C L E S
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Beyond the villa: excavation at Southwick, West Sussex, 2008.
GILES STANDING
A medieval pot from Milton Street, East Sussex.
LUKE BARBER
Wildene, a hitherto unidentified Domesday Book holding in Hartfield Hundred.
M. J. LEPPARD
Three place-name related Sussex surnames.
M. J. LEPPARD
The earliest royal visit to the City of Brighton and Hove?
MICHAEL RAY
The leather from 1-3 Tower Street, Rye, East Sussex.
QUITA MOULD
The air-raid shelter at St Mary's CE School, Climping, West Sussex.
LUKE BARBER
I N D E X
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S U P P L E M E N T
The medieval hospital of St Nicholas, Lewes, East Sussex: excavations 1994.
LUKE BARBER and LUCY SIBUN
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