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

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Volume 152 (2014)
Table of Contents

Romano-British activity and medieval clay extraction at Osborne House, Chichester, West Sussex
JULIA SULIKOWSKA
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A medieval pottery production centre at Norlington Lane, Ringmer, East Sussex
DAVID GREGORY
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The Battle of Lewes, 1264
DAVID CARPENTER and CHRISTOPHER WHITTICK
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Archaeological investigations at 29-35 High Street, Crawley, West Sussex
SIMON STEVENS
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The courts of true love
PETER WILKINSON
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Quarrying the Mixon Reef at Selsey, West Sussex
DAVID and ANNE BONE
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Suburban development on the Stanford Estate in Brighton and Hove in Sussex c1869-1939
SUE BERRY
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'The lady fired splendidly': Lewes and the Women's Suffrage Campaign
FRANCES STENLAKE
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A Mirror to Armageddon: The landscape of Sussex in the First World War: trench systems, defence plans and military training in Sussex 1914-1918
PETER CHASSEAUD
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Landscapes of War and Peace: Sussex, the South Downs and the Western Front 1914-18
JOHN GODFREY
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'Scattered squalor quickly defied any concerted plan': Sweet Hill, Patcham 1921-1925
GEOFFREY MEAD
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SHORT ARTICLES
A Middle Palaeolithic Levallois core from Ringmer, East Sussex
Greg Chuter
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Mesolithic pick found at Westmeston, East Sussex
Ann Bacon
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Excavation of a site at Elsted, West Sussex
Jonathan Dicks
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A new discovery of a carved stone head at St John the Baptist Church, Findon, West Sussex
David A. Bone and Anne E. Bone
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East Lodge, the Brighton home of George O’Brien Wyndham, 3rd Earl of Egremont
Sue Berry
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Rediscovered rifle ranges near Newhaven
E. & B. Jarzembowski
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S U P P L E M E N T
A medieval pottery production centre at Norlington Lane, Ringmer, East Sussex
DAVID GREGORY
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