Dulley, A. J F. (1967). Excavations [of medieval port] at Pevensey, Sussex, 1962-6. Medieval Archaeology 11. Vol 11, pp. 209-232. https://doi.org/10.5284/1071459. Cite this via datacite

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Excavations [of medieval port] at Pevensey, Sussex, 1962-6
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Medieval Archaeology 11
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Medieval Archaeology
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11
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209 - 232
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TQ 64850492 and others. The village of Pevensey in Sussex is the shrunken remnant of a medieval port of modest importance. Between 1962 and 1966 several sites on the fringe of the present built-up area were investigated and one was excavated in some detail. At three points the original shore line was found, with traces of quays or retaining walls at two of them. The main site was adjacent to these and revealed a series of buildings from the 12th to 14th cents. Another occupation area south of the church was also explored. The pottery and other finds testify to cross-Channel and coastal trade. Au
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A J F Dulley
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1967
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Church (Auto Detected Subject)
Medieval (MIDAS)
Pottery (Auto Detected Subject)
12th To 14th (Auto Detected Temporal)
Port (Auto Detected Subject)
Walls (Auto Detected Subject)
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05 Dec 2008