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

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Volume 150 (2012)
Table of Contents

P R E L I M S
Celebrating the 150th volume of Sussex Archaeological Collections
JOHN H. FARRANT
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Exploration of the Sussex coastal plain through time: excavations at Titnore Lane, Goring-by-Sea, West Sussex
CHRIS CLARKE
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A multi-period site at Eden Park (former Toddington Nurseries), Littlehampton, West Sussex
MICHAEL DINWIDDY
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Commanding position: high-status Late Iron Age and Romano-British occupation of a Wealden ridge at Beedings Hill, West Sussex
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Early Roman stone tesserae from Southwick villa, West Sussex
J. R. L. ALLEN and GILES STANDING
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Roman activity at the Chichester Festival Theatre site Oaklands Park, Chichester
ALICE THORNE
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Archaeological investigations in the Vicarage Garden, Causeway, Horsham, West Sussex
SIMON STEVENS
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'Two of the Stoutest Legs in England': the 2nd Duke of Richmond's Leg Break in 1732
TIMOTHY J. MCCANN
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Cater Rand, an engineer in Georgian Sussex
JOHN H. FARRANT
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The Georgian provincial builder–architect and architect: Amon and Amon Henry Wilds of Lewes and Brighton, c. 1790–1850
SUE BERRY
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William Sabatier (1753–1826): Chichester's first field archaeologist
JOHN MAGILTON
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A man in his landscape: Peter Brandon 1927–2011
BRIAN SHORT
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S H O R T A R T I C L E S
Palaeolithic hand axe found near Barcombe, East Sussex
JOHN FUNNELL
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Three stone objects from Plumpton Plain, East Sussex
JUDIE ENGLISH, DAVID LEA and DICK TAPPER
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Roman road at Bodiam – revised alignment
KEVIN CORNWELL, LYNN CORNWELL and DAVID PADGHAM
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A Roman silver signet ring from Bullock Down, East Sussex
IAN J. MARSHMAN
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Gilt-glass tesserae from Southwick Roman villa, West Sussex: a reappraisal
GILES STANDING and G. JEFFERY LEIGH
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