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On Bronze or Brass Relics, Celts, etc found in Sussex, by Frederick Dixon, published 1849 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 2, article, pp.260-266) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2087] & The Keep [LIB/500221] & S.A.S. library   View Online

Bronze Celt, etc, by William Figg, published 1856 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 8, notes & queries, pp.268-269) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2093] & The Keep [LIB/500227] & S.A.S. library   View Online

Discovery of Five Bronze Celts at Waldron, by W. Harvey, F.S.A., published 1857 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 9, notes & queries, p.363) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2094] & The Keep [LIB/500228] & S.A.S. library   View Online

Geology and Climate of Brighton, by Dr. Edward Mackey, published 1881 in Brighton Health Congress 1881 (article, pp.57-64)   View Online

Early Man, by George Clinch, F.G.S., published 1905 in The Victoria History of the County of Sussex (vol. 1: Natural History, Geology, pre-medieval Archaeology, the Domesday survey, and Political History, pp.309-332, , facsimile edition published 1973, 610 pp., London: Victoria County History, ISBN-10: 0712905855 & ISBN-13: 9780712905855) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2398] & The Keep [LIB/500089] & R.I.B.A. Library & West Sussex Libraries & East Sussex Libraries   View Online

Neolithic Spoons and Bronze Loops, by J. E. Couchman, F.S.A., published 1920 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 61, article, pp.65-79) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2146] & The Keep [LIB/500279] & S.A.S. library   View Online

Bronze Celts found at Eastbourne, by W. Budgen, published 1920 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 61, notes & queries, p.144) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2146] & The Keep [LIB/500279] & S.A.S. library   View Online

An early British Bronze from Sussex, by Unknown, published April 1923 in The Antiquaries Journal (vol. 3 issue 2, note, pp.143-144)   View Online

A rare Bronze in Sussex, by Unknown, published January 1924 in The Antiquaries Journal (vol. 4 issue 1, note, pp.49-50)   View Online

Bronze Age hoard from Sussex, by Unknown, published October 1926 in The Antiquaries Journal (vol. 6 issue 4, note, pp.444-446)   View Online

A Bronze Object from Hurstpierpoint, by Unknown Author(s), published 1927 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 68, notes & queries, pp.277-279) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2153] & The Keep [LIB/500286] & S.A.S. library

Sussex in the Bronze Age, by L. V. Grinsell, published 1930 in Sussex County Magazine (vol. IV no. 11, article, pp.922-926) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2308][Lib 2309] & The Keep [LIB/500173]

Sussex in the Bronze Age, by L. V. Grinsell, published 1931 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 72, article, pp.30-68) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2157] & The Keep [LIB/500357] & S.A.S. library

On Some Bronze Age Axes , by Eliot Curwen, published November 1931 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. III no. 8, article, pp.229-230) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8952][Lib 8221] & The Keep [LIB/500205] & S.A.S. library

A Bronze Steelyard Weight, by Eliot Curwen, M.A., M.B., B.Ch., F.S.A., published 1932 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 73, article, pp.192-196) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2158] & The Keep [LIB/500356] & S.A.S. library

A Bronze Age Barrow, by Sidney Spokes, published 1932 in Sussex County Magazine (vol. VI no. 10, article, pp.651-656) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 9325] & The Keep [LIB/500175]

Bronze lion-headed ornament found in Chichester, by W. J. Andrew, published February 1932 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. IV no. 1, article, pp.1-2) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2203][Lib 8222][Lib 8861] & The Keep [LIB/500206] & S.A.S. library

Bronze Age Burial at Chichester, by I. C. Hannah, published April 1932 in The Antiquaries Journal (vol. 12 issue 2, note, pp.170-171)   View Online

A Bronze-Age Burial on Duncton Down, by S. E. Winbolt, published August 1933 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. IV no. 7, note, p.218) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2203][Lib 8222][Lib 8861] & The Keep [LIB/500206] & S.A.S. library

A Late Bronze Age Farm and a Neolithic Pit-Dwelling, by E. Cecil Curwen, M.A., M.B., B.Ch., F.S.A., published 1934 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 75, article, pp.137-170) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2160] & The Keep [LIB/500354] & S.A.S. library

Bronze Palstave found at Flimwell, by W. Ruskin Butterfield, published May 1934 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. V no. 2, article, pp.51-52) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2204][Lib 8223][Lib 8862] & The Keep [LIB/500207] & S.A.S. library

A flint-miner?s dwelling and a Bronze Age farm in Sussex, by E.C. Curwen, published June 1934 in Antiquity (vol. 8, no. 30, article, pp.215-216)
On New Barn Down, a spur of Harrow Hill, near Worthing

A Roman Ring and Bronze Celt [from Hassocks], by Eliot Curwen, published August 1934 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. V no. 3, article, p.91) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2204][Lib 8223][Lib 8862] & The Keep [LIB/500207] & S.A.S. library

Late Bronze Age Lynchet-Settlements on Plumpton Plain, Sussex, by G. A. Holleyman and E. Cecil Curwen, published January 1935 in The Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society (vol. 1, article, pp.16-38)   View Online
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Plumpton plain is situated on the top of the South Downs, roughly 600 feet above sea level, six miles north-east of Brighton and four miles north-west of Lewes (fig. 1). From its western end a broad spur slopes gently southwards from the northern escarpment of the Downs, lying between Moustone Valley on the south-east and Faulkners Bottom on the west. Most of this Downland is covered with a dense scrub of gorse, thorn and bramble, and with large patches of bracken and heather. A series of broad paths running roughly at right angles with one another has been cut through this vegetation to facilitate the preservation of game. Along the main ridge of the spur running north and south is a broad gallop which, at a height of 600 feet O.D., passes through a group of earthworks situated 1500 feet from the north edge of the Downs and 2300 feet east of Streathill Farm. This group was the primary object of bur investigations and will be referred to as Site A (fig. 2).
Site B (fig. 3) lies a quarter of a mile to the south-east of Site A on a small lateral spur jutting between the twin heads of Moustone Bottom. The only visible evidence of prehistoric occupation was a quantity of coarse gritty sherds and calcined flints on the surface to the south-east of a low bank and ditch which runs across the spur.
Several groups of lynchets enclosing square Celtic fields are to be seen in the neighbourhood of these two sites. They lie principally to the south-east of Site A and to the south of Site B.

An engraved La Tène bronze from Arundel Park, by C. F. C. Hawkes, published January 1936 in The Antiquaries Journal (vol. 16 issue 1, note, pp.102-103)   View Online

Bronze hoard from East Dean, by Unknown, published October 1936 in The Antiquaries Journal (vol. 16 issue 4, note, pp.461-462)   View Online

A Bronze Age Burial at Lower Tongdean, Hove , by N. E. S. Norris, published May 1937 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. VI no. 6, note, pp.186-188) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 12537][Lib 8863][Lib 8224] & The Keep [LIB/500208] & S.A.S. library

Treasure trove from Sussex, by Unknown, published July 1937 in The Antiquaries Journal (vol. 17 issue 3, note, pp.321-322)   View Online

Late Bronze Age Ditches at Selmeston, by Eliot Curwen and E. Cecil Curwen, published 1938 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 79, article, pp.195-198) accessible at: The Keep [LIB/500350] & S.A.S. library

Bronze Age Cinerary Urn from Duncton Hill, by F. M. Patchett, published May 1938 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. VII no. 2, article, pp.52-54) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 12536][Lib 8864][Lib 2206] & The Keep [LIB/500209] & S.A.S. library

A late Bronze-Age hoard from Flansham, by S. E. Winbolt, published August 1938 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. VII no. 3, article, pp.78-80) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 12536][Lib 8864][Lib 2206] & The Keep [LIB/500209] & S.A.S. library

Bronze Age Flints at Frant, by S. E. Winbolt, published August 1938 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. VII no. 3, note, p.93) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 12536][Lib 8864][Lib 2206] & The Keep [LIB/500209] & S.A.S. library

Bronze Age Flints from Frant, by S. E. Winbolt, published November 1938 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. VII no. 4, reply, pp.126-127) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 12536][Lib 8864][Lib 2206] & The Keep [LIB/500209] & S.A.S. library

A Bronze Age Rapier from Sussex, by Eliot Curwen, M.A., M.B., F.S.A., published February 1939 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. VII no. 5, article, pp.129-130) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 12536][Lib 8864][Lib 2206] & The Keep [LIB/500209] & S.A.S. library

A Bronze Hoard from Flansham, near Middleton, by Frazer Hearne, published 1940 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 81, article, pp.205-209) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2166] & The Keep [LIB/500348] & S.A.S. library

Mesolithic and Bronze Age Flints at Westham, Pevensey, by C. E. C. [E. C. Curwen] - H. B. [H. Burton], published May 1940 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. VIII no. 2, article, pp.43-44) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8865][Lib 2207] & The Keep [LIB/500210] & S.A.S. library

Bronze object found at Chidham, by A. C. Crookshank, published May 1940 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. VIII no. 2, query, p.62) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8865][Lib 2207] & The Keep [LIB/500210] & S.A.S. library

Flint Daggers of the Early Bronze Age from Sussex, by Eliot Curwen, F.S.A., published August 1940 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. VIII no. 3, article, pp.69-70) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8865][Lib 2207] & The Keep [LIB/500210] & S.A.S. library

The Coombe Hill Hoard of Bronze Axes, by Eliot Curwen, F.S.A., published November 1940 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. VIII no. 4, article, pp.108-110) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8865][Lib 2207] & The Keep [LIB/500210] & S.A.S. library

Palstave from Cuckfield, by Henry Taylor, published November 1944 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. X no. 4, note, p.90) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8228][Lib 2209] & The Keep [LIB/500212] & S.A.S. library

Sussex in the Bronze Age, by J. Manwaring Baines, published November 1945 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. X no. 8, note, pp.186-187) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8228][Lib 2209] & The Keep [LIB/500212] & S.A.S. library

A Bronze Cauldron from Sompting, by E. Cecil Curwen, M.A., M.B., F.S.A., published February 1948 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. XII no. 1, article, pp.9-11) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8230] & The Keep [LIB/500214] & S.A.S. library

Fragment of a Bronze Cauldron from Ditchling, by E. Cecil Curwen, M.A., M.B., F.S.A., published February 1948 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. XII no. 1, article, pp.11-12) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8230] & The Keep [LIB/500214] & S.A.S. library

Brighton Loops and Flint Implements from Falmer Hill, by G. A. Holleyman, published August 1948 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. XII no. 3, note, pp.60-61) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8230] & The Keep [LIB/500214] & S.A.S. library

A Bronze Cauldron from Sompting, Sussex, by E. Cecil Curwen, published October 1948 in The Antiquaries Journal (vol. 28 issue 3-4, article, pp.157-163)   View Online
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During the autumn of 1946 a hoard of bronzes was discovered during excavation for foundations in the bottom of a down-land valley in the parish of Sompting, near Worthing. The site is a point approximately 300 ft. north-east of Hill Barn and 1,500 ft. south-west of the south-west edge of Lancing Ring, and is on property belonging to Hill Barn Nurseries. The bronzes were unearthed by a mechanical excavator at a depth of about 5 ft. in a valley-bottom accumulation of brown clayey mould. How much of this material is natural hill-wash and how much the result of cultivation of the valley in ancient and modern times it would be difficult to say. The depth at which the bronzes were found suggests that some of the soil may have been ploughed down into the valley bottom at a later period.

A Cinerary Urn found at Westbourne, by Miss K. M.E. Murray and Miss J. G. Pilmer, published August 1951 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. XIII no. 7, article, pp.159-160) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8231] & The Keep [LIB/500215] & S.A.S. library

A Late Bronze Age Settlement on Itford Hill: A short account of excavations there in 1949 and 50, by G. P. Burstow, F.S.A. and G. A. Holleyman, F.S.A., published November 1951 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. XIII no. 8, article, pp.175-177) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8231] & The Keep [LIB/500215] & S.A.S. library

An Illustrated Catalogue of Sussex Beaker and Bronze Age Pottery, by H. C. Musson, published 1954 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 92, article, pp.106-124) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2177] & The Keep [LIB/500337] & S.A.S. library

The Late Bronze Age Settlement on Itford Hill, by G. P. Burstow, published May 1955 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. XIV nos. 5 & 6, note, pp.101-102) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8232][Lib 2213] & The Keep [LIB/500216] & S.A.S. library

Bronze Age Urn at Lynchmere, by John Clegg, published November 1955 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. XIV nos. 7 & 8, note, pp.133-134) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8232][Lib 2213] & The Keep [LIB/500216] & S.A.S. library

Late Bronze Age Settlement on Itford Hill, Sussex, by G. P. Burstow and G. A. Holleyman, published January 1958 in The Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society (vol. 23, article, pp.167-212)   View Online
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In the years between the two World Wars considerable research was done by Sussex archaeologists on the Late Bronze Age settlements of the South Downs (figs, 1 and 30). Several habitation sites were partly excavated, notably Park Brow near Worthing by Mr Garnet R. Wolseley in 1924, New Barn Down, Harrow Hill near Worthing by Dr E. Cecil Curwen in 1933, and Plumpton Plain, near Brighton, by Dr E. Cecil Curwen and Mr G. A. Holleyman in 1934, and an analysis of the pottery from these sites by Professor C. Hawkes has provided a typological and chronological basis for subsequent research.
After World War II the authors, inspired by the work of Dr J. F. S. Stone on the Deverel-Rimbury Settlement on Thorny Down and of Dr G. Bersu at Little Woodbury, decided to strip completely a small group of earthworks of probable Late Bronze Age date on Itford Hill near Lewes. In the spring of 1949 the site, together with the adjacent linear earthwork and group of lynchets, was surveyed by Mr E. W. Holden and Mr G. A. Holleyman. Excavations were carried out for each of five seasons (1949-1953) by means of volunteers and with the financial backing of the Brighton and Hove Archaeological Society.

Uncommon Types of Flint Implements, by J. P. H. Clark, published May 1958 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. XV no. 1, article, pp.22-23) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8233] & The Keep [LIB/500217] & S.A.S. library

A Late Bronze Age urnfield on Steyning Round Hill, Sussex, by G. P. Burstow, published December 1958 in The Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society (vol. 24, article, pp.158-164)   View Online
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In the autumn of 1949 when ploughing was taking place on a south-eastern spur of Steyning Round Hill (Map Ref. 51/166099), fig. 1, two schoolboys D. Atkinson and M. J. Manetta found the remains of nine Late Bronze Age urns with cremated bones just under the surface of the plough soil. They lay in a circular area roughly 30 feet in diameter covered with large flints. Most of these urns were wisely left in situ until the Steyning Grammar School Archaeological Society under the direction of the Headmaster, Mr J. Scragg, and Mr W. Gardiner, assisted by Messrs N. E. S. Norris, G. Mason, and the writer, members of the Brighton and Hove Archaeological Society, undertook a methodical exploration. Our grateful thanks should be recorded to the farmer, Capt J. T. Mackley, who permitted the excavation and to all who helped in the work and dealt with the finds, as well as to Mr D. C. Tutt for kindly drawing the plan and pottery.

Bronzes from Southwick, by Robert A. Kennedy, Assistant Curator, Brighton Museum, published November 1959 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. XV no. 4, article, pp.113-114) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8233] & The Keep [LIB/500217] & S.A.S. library

An Anomalous Earthwork of the Late Bronze Age, on Cock Hill, by Dr Hugh Benjamin A. Ratcliffe-Densham and Mary Margaret Ratcliffe-Densham, published 1961 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 99, article, pp.78-101) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2184] & The Keep [LIB/500330] & S.A.S. library

Amberly Mount. Its Agricultural Story from the Late Bronze Age, by Dr Hugh Benjamin A. Ratcliffe-Densham and Mary Margaret Ratcliffe-Densham, published 1966 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 104, article, pp.6-25) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2189] & The Keep [LIB/500325] & S.A.S. library

A Late Bronze Age Occupation Site at Up Waltham, by Richard Bradley, published November 1967 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. XVI no. 10, note, pp.350-351) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8234] & The Keep [LIB/500218] & S.A.S. library

Stock Raising and the Origins of the Hill Fort on the South Downs, by Richard Bradley, published March 1971 in The Antiquaries Journal (vol. 51 issue 1, article, pp.8-29)   View Online
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The first part of this paper is a discussion of the basic pattern of land use on the South Downs from the Middle Bronze Age to the early Pre-Roman Iron Age. In the second part, the impact upon this pattern of a group of Bronze and Iron Age stock enclosures is considered, and it is argued that these developed directly into a number of small hill forts. A contemporary group of larger, early Iron Age, hill forts is also defined, and it appears that these too grew up upon an economic basis of stock raising. The social and cultural implications of these developments are discussed, and tentative contrasts are drawn with the nature of later hill forts in the region.

A Bronze Age Cemetery-Barrow on Itford Hill, Beddingham, by Eric W. Holden and Others, published 1972 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 110, article, pp.70-117) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2195] & The Keep [LIB/500319] & S.A.S. library

Sussex Bronze Age pottery, by Eric W. Holden, published 1972 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 110, shorter notice, p.125) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2195] & The Keep [LIB/500319] & S.A.S. library

A Late Bronze Age Socketed Axe-Mould from Worthing, by Miranda J. Green, published 1973 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 111, article, pp.87-92) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2196] & The Keep [LIB/500318] & S.A.S. library

A Late Bronze Age Spearhead from Pett, by John Manwaring Baines, published 1973 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 111, shorter notice, p.110) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2196] & The Keep [LIB/500318] & S.A.S. library

An Early Bronze Age Macehead found near Saddlescombe, by Caroline Dudley, published 1974 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 112, shorter notice, p.158) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 5960] & The Keep [LIB/500317] & S.A.S. library

A Bronze Age Barrow on Sullington Hill, by Charles Frederick Tebbutt, published 1976 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 114, shorter notice, p.336) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 6476] & The Keep [LIB/500315] & S.A.S. library

Excavations at Bishopstone, Sussex. the Bronze Age Period, by Martin Bell, published 1977 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 115, article, pp.45-48) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 6997] & The Keep [LIB/500314] & S.A.S. library

A Bronze Age Burial from Shoreham by Sea, by F. H. Witten, published 1978 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 116, shorter notice, p.398) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 7197] & The Keep [LIB/500313] & S.A.S. library

A Bronze Age Spearhead from Berwick, by Charles Frederick Tebbutt, published 1978 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 116, shorter notice, p.406) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 7197] & The Keep [LIB/500313] & S.A.S. library

New Evidence for the Structure and Function of Middle Bronze Age Round Houses in Sussex, by Peter Drewett, published 1979 in The Archaeological Journal (vol. 136, article, pp.3-11)   View Online
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Area excavation of five Middle Bronze Age Round Houses at Black Patch, Alcisten, E. Sussex, has conclusively proved that the house terrace itself was a major structural element in the house construction. The position of storage pits and artifacts confirms that the house floor consisted of the whole house terrace. The precise recording of the position of every artifact was used to define activity areas which indicate the possible function of individual houses. From this evidence it is possible to suggest the likely social organisation of the excavated compound.

Bronze Age Loom Weight from Cross in Hand, by Eric W. Holden, published 1979 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 117, shorter notice, pp.227-228) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 7497] & The Keep [LIB/500312] & S.A.S. library

An Early Bronze Age Collared Urn from Hangleton, West Sussex, by Peter L. Drewett, published 1979 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 117, shorter notice, p.248) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 7497] & The Keep [LIB/500312] & S.A.S. library

A Barbed Bronze Spearhead from the Rother, by David C. Devenish, published 1979 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 117, shorter notice, p.256) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 7497] & The Keep [LIB/500312] & S.A.S. library

Roman Bronze Fitting from South Heighton, by Brenda Westley, published 1979 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 117, shorter notice, pp.260-261) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 7497] & The Keep [LIB/500312] & S.A.S. library

The Archaeology of Sussex Pottery. the Bronze Age, by Ann Ellison, published 1980 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 118, article, pp.31-42) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 7805] & The Keep [LIB/500305] & S.A.S. library

The Excavation of Two Bronze Age Barrows at Friday's Church, Barpham Hill, by Alec Barr-Hamilton, published 1980 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 118, article, pp.171-182) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 7805] & The Keep [LIB/500305] & S.A.S. library

An Early Bronze Age Barrow in Ewhurst Parish, by Gwen Jones, published 1980 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 118, archaeological note, p.367) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 7805] & The Keep [LIB/500305] & S.A.S. library

Late Bronze Age Hoard found near Clayton Windmills, by Caroline Dudley, published April 1980 in Sussex Archæological Society Newsletter (no. 30, article, p.201, ISSN: 0307-2568) accessible at: S.A.S. library   Download PDF

Bronze Age Founder's Hoard, Bramber, by F. G. Aldsworth, published December 1981 in Sussex Archæological Society Newsletter (no. 35, article, p.251, ISSN: 0307-2568) accessible at: S.A.S. library   Download PDF

A Bronze Age Bucket Urn from Middleton-on-Sea, by Basil Wedmore, published 1982 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 120, archaeological note, pp.209-211) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8620] & The Keep [LIB/500307] & S.A.S. library

A 'Sussex style' of Post Ring layout in Bronze Age, by Graeme Guilbert, published 1982 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 120, archaeological note, pp.209-213) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8620] & The Keep [LIB/500307] & S.A.S. library

Later Bronze Age downland economy and excavations at Black Patch, East Sussex, by Peter Drewett and others, published January 1982 in The Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society (vol. 48, article, pp.321-400)   View Online
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The Later Bronze Age site at Black Patch consisted of hut platforms and enclosures set in a system of rectangular fields. The settlement area is overlooked by round barrows. Area and sample excavations of the settlement revealed circular huts and activity areas within a C-14 date range of 1070 +/- 70 bc - 830 +/- 80 bc. Extensive economic data in the form of seeds, animal bones, foreign stones and artefacts were recovered. These formed the basis of an economic resource-area analysis undertaken around Black Patch and other contemporary occupation sites on the South Downs. From this an economic activity model is proposed.

A Bronze Age Cremation Urn from East Harting, by Frederick G. Aldsworth, published 1983 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 121, archaeological note, pp.195-197) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8902] & The Keep [LIB/500308] & S.A.S. library

A Late Bronze Age Founders' Hoard from Madehurst, by Frederick G. Aldsworth, published 1983 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 121, archaeological note, p.198) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8902] & The Keep [LIB/500308] & S.A.S. library

A Bronze Age Hoard and Settlement at Yapton, by Frederick G. Aldsworth, published 1983 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 121, archaeological note, p.198) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8902] & The Keep [LIB/500308] & S.A.S. library

The Excavation of a Late Bronze Age Site at Yapton, West Sussex, 1984, by David R. Rudling, published 1987 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 125, article, pp.51-68) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 9994] & The Keep [LIB/500304] & S.A.S. library

A Late Bronze Age Site on Fore Down, Litlington, East Sussex, by Gregory Chuter, published 1987 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 125, archaeological note, pp.234-237) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 9994] & The Keep [LIB/500304] & S.A.S. library

Bronze Age Awl from Plumpton, East Sussex, by Christopher Butler, published 1988 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 126, archaeological note, p.228) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 10371] & The Keep [LIB/500303] & S.A.S. library

An Early Bronze Age Axe found at Hassocks, by Christopher Butler, published 1989 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 127, archaeological note, p.235) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 10604] & The Keep [LIB/500302] & S.A.S. library

A Possible Bronze Age Barrow on the West Sussex Coastal Plain, by James Kenny, published 1989 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 127, archaeological note, p.235) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 10604] & The Keep [LIB/500302] & S.A.S. library

A Bronze Age Palstave and other Finds from Plumpton, East Sussex, by Christopher Butler, published 1990 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 128, archaeological note, pp.243-245) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 11106] & The Keep [LIB/500301] & S.A.S. library

Middle Bronze Age pottery from Littlehampton, by Oliver J. Gilkes, published 1992 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 130, archaeological note, pp.234-238) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 11918] & The Keep [LIB/500289] & S.A.S. library

The Excavation of a Bronze Age Round Barrow (Site 15), Cornish Farm, Eastbourne, by Peter L. Drewett, published 1992 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 130, archaeological note, p.235) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 11918] & The Keep [LIB/500289] & S.A.S. library

A Bronze Age Awl from Southerham Farm, Lewes in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, by Jonathan Wallis, published 1993 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 131, archaeological note, pp.198-199) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 12210] & The Keep [LIB/500300] & S.A.S. library

The Excavation of a Bronze Age round barrow at Round-the-Down, near Lewes, East Sussex, by Christopher Butler, published 1995 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 133, article, pp.7-18) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 13209] & The Keep [LIB/500288] & S.A.S. library

The Prehistoric land-use and human ecology of the Malling-Caburn Downs. two Late Neolithic/early Bronze Age sites beneath Colluvial Sequences, by Michael J. Allen, published 1995 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 133, article, pp.19-44) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 13209] & The Keep [LIB/500288] & S.A.S. library

A Middle Bronze Age Pin from Broomhill Sands, Camber, East Sussex, by Jane Bellam, published 1996 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 134, shorter article, pp.217-219) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 13390] & The Keep [LIB/500296] & S.A.S. library

A Bronze Age enclosure near Ditchling Beacon, East Sussex, by Christopher Butler, published 1996 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 134, shorter article, pp.224-232) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 13390] & The Keep [LIB/500296] & S.A.S. library

Problems of Phasing: A reconsideration of the Black Patch Middle Bronze Age 'Nucleated Village', by Miles Russell, published March 1996 in Oxford Journal of Archaeology (vol. 15, issue 1, article, pp.33-38)   View Online
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The Middle Bronze Age settlement complex of Black Patch, East Sussex, originally considered to represent the remains of a single phase 'nucleated village', is here reconsidered as representing the remains of two chronologically distinct settlement units. The dangers inherent in overlooking sequence and assuming contemporaneity for all archaeological features revealed within the course of a single excavation, are outlined.

The early-middle bronze age transition in Wessex, Sussex and the Thames Valley. , by Joanna Bruck, 1997 at Cambridge University (Ph.D. thesis)

Late Bronze Age waterlogged remains at Willingdon Levels, Sussex, by C. Greatorex, published 1997 in Archaeology International (vol. 1, article, pp.14-15)   View Online
Remains of a timber platform and trackway were discovered in 1995 at the edge of the Pevensey Marshes in Southeast England. The platform is the first of its type to be found in the region, and the objects excavated include an exceptionally well preserved metal hook still attached to its wooden handle, which has been radiocarbon dated to the ninth century BC.

Excavation of a Bronze Age Settlement at Varley Halls, Coldean Lane, Brighton, East Sussex, by Ian Greig, published 1997 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 135, article, pp.7-58) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 13642] & The Keep [LIB/500290] & S.A.S. library

Knapp Farm, Bosham. a significant Find of Bronze Age Pottery, by Mark Gardiner and Sue Hamilton, published 1997 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 135, article, pp.71-92) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 13642] & The Keep [LIB/500290] & S.A.S. library

The Shinewater track: an excavation of a Late Bronze Age waterlogged structure on the WillingdonLevels, near Eastbourne, East Sussex : (NGR TQ 614 029), by Christopher Greatorex, published 1998 (60 leaves, Archaeology South-East, Hassocks) accessible at: British Library

New evidence for a Late Bronze Age Occupation of Selsey bill, West Sussex, by Mike Seager Thomas, published 1998 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 136, article, pp.7-22) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 13921] & The Keep [LIB/500297] & S.A.S. library

Early Bronze Age and later activity at Maltings Farm, Burgess Hill, by Christopher Butler, published 1998 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 136, shorter article, pp.193-197) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 13921] & The Keep [LIB/500297] & S.A.S. library

Round barrows and the harmonious landscape: placing Early Bronze Age burial monuments in south-east England, by David Field, published November 1998 in Oxford Journal of Archaeology (vol. 17, issue 3, article, pp.309-326)   View Online
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The distribution and siting of barrows within the landscape of south-east England is considered, and it is observed that clustering occurs on certain geological units and in specific topographical positions. A socio-economic explanation for the distribution of those in Sussex is possible, and the concentrations can even be considered in terms of territorial units. However, distribution across the south-east is nodal, and the clusters present on the South Downs are not matched on the North Downs, and it is necessary to consider other explanations. A cosmological approach provides a fresh insight into the siting of barrows and helps explain siting within cemeteries as well as within the wider landscape.

Emerging Hierarchies and the Rise of the Individual, by Chistopher Greatorex, published 1 January 1999 in An Historical Atlas of Sussex (pp.18-19, Chichester: Phillimore & Co. Ltd, ISBN-10: 1860771122 & ISBN-13: 9781860771125) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 14026][Lib 18777] & The Keep [LIB/501686][LIB/508903] & West Sussex Libraries & East Sussex Libraries

Regional Traditions c.1000-100BC, by Sue Hamilton and John Manley, published 1 January 1999 in An Historical Atlas of Sussex (pp.20-21, Chichester: Phillimore & Co. Ltd, ISBN-10: 1860771122 & ISBN-13: 9781860771125) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 14026][Lib 18777] & The Keep [LIB/501686][LIB/508903] & West Sussex Libraries & East Sussex Libraries

Settlement, Landscape and Social Identity: The Early-Middle Bronze Age Transition in Wessex, Sussex and the Thames Valley, by Joanna Bruck, published August 2000 in Oxford Journal of Archaeology (vol. 19, issue 3, article, pp.273-300)   View Online
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In southern England, the end of the Early Bronze Age is marked by the appearance of archaeologically visible farmsteads and field systems. This paper explores and critiques the widespread idea that these changes are the direct result of a need to intensify agricultural production. Such discussions have implicitly drawn on evolutionist images of economic maximization and environmental exploitation that do not sit easily with our knowledge of other aspects of Bronze Age society. In this paper, I shall consider economic change as a consequence rather than the cause of wider changes to the social fabric at this time. A review of the Early and Middle Bronze Age settlement evidence provides insights into how society became transformed over the period and begins to hint at some of the reasons why subsistence practices changed so visibly.

The environmental archaeology of the Late Bronze Age occupation platform at Shinewater, near Eastbourne, UK, by S. Jennings, C. Greatorex, C. Smyth, G. Spurr, A. J. Howard, M. G. Macklin and D. G. Passmore, published December 2000 in The Alluvial archaeology of North-West Europe and the Mediterranean (article, pp.93-110) accessible at: British Library

Evidence of Sussex prehistoric ritual traditions: the archaeological investigation of a Bronze Age funerary monument situated on Baily's Hill near Crowlink, Eastbourne, by Christopher Greatorex, published 2001 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 139, article, pp.27-73) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 14916] & The Keep [LIB/500292] & S.A.S. library   View Online
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During the summer of 1998, a prehistoric monument located on Baily's Hill, near Crowlink, East Sussex, was totally excavated in advance of its impending destruction through coastal erosion. The investigation undertaken by the University College London Field Archaeology Unit established that a number of cremation pits cut into an area of natural chalk demarcated by a shallow, possibly encircling ditch, represented a formative phase of Late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age burial at the site. No evidence for an in-situ 'barrow' or capping contemporaneous with such activity was discovered. However, all the recorded burials, including the partial remains of an adult male inhumation, were covered with an oval-shaped cairn encompassing a typical later Bronze Age assemblage of over 15,000 humanly-struck flints. The proposed date of this upstanding structure was supported by the associated presence of Late Bronze Age pottery. Yet Neolithic, Beaker and Early Bronze Age sherds were also recovered from the body of the mound. It would thus appear that residual material derived from previous activity on the downland ridge had been scraped up and incorporated into the cairn matrix. Clearly, the Crowlink monument had retained, or at least recaptured, a position of ritual significance within the local landscape many years after its period of initial use.

A rare stone find of the Late Neolithic or Early Bronze Age from Swanborough Hill, Iford, by Mike Seager Thomas, published 2001 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 139, shorter article, pp.223-224) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 14916] & The Keep [LIB/500292] & S.A.S. library

Two Early First Millennium BC Wells at Selsey, West Sussex and their Wider Significance, by Mike Seager Thomas, published September 2001 in The Antiquaries Journal (vol. 81, article, pp.15-50)   View Online
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Two early first millennium BC assemblages from Selsey Bill are considered, one of Late Bronze Age date and one of Early Iron Age date. Detailed examination of two large features suggests both a common function for the features and a functional similarity between the sites to which they belong. Data from them are tested against a contemporary, regional database. In terms of site activity and settlement form, both belonged to the same cultural tradition. But differences in inter-regional relationships, outlook and resource strategies are identified. The change, paralleled on contemporary Sussex sites, is attributed to population growth and a filling-out of the landscape.

Two Middle Bronze Age palstave axes from the western Weald, by David Williams, published 2002 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 140, shorter article, pp.149-150) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 15109] & The Keep [LIB/500299] & S.A.S. library   View Online

Tree trunks, Bronze Age remains and an ancient channel exposed on the foreshore at Bognor Regis, West Sussex, by Michael J. Allen, David A. Bone, Charlotte Matthews & Roger G. Scaife, published 2004 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 142, article, pp.7-23) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 15489] & The Keep [LIB/500360] & S.A.S. library   View Online
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Exceptionally violent storms in January 1998 exposed numerous scattered tree trunks and the snaking course of an ancient channel on the foreshore at Bognor Regis. Records of previous antiquarian and archaeological studies, particularly the discovery of a 'submerged forest', had already highlighted the foreshore as an area of importance. The remains of waterlogged trees and prehistoric finds have been found since the mid-19th century along the edge of the former course of the Aldingbourne Rife, now a small river which divides Bognor Regis from Felpham. These remains and the fills of the ancient channel have only occasionally been exposed on the beach at low tides, following the removal of beach sand and gravels by storms. The tree trunks and branches were radiocarbon dated to the Early Bronze Age. Bronze Age activity in the form of pottery, worked flints and a fence line were found along the western side of the ancient channel. Pollen evidence and dendrochronological analysis suggest that there had been a wood in the area, its demise being due to rising relative sea levels.

Bronze Age to Roman field systems at the site of the Arunside Industrial Estate, Littlehampton, by Sophia Adams, published 2004 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 142, shorter article, pp.144-148) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 15489] & The Keep [LIB/500360] & S.A.S. library   View Online

Beaker and Early Bronze Age activity, and a possible Beaker valley entrenchment, in Cuckoo Bottom, near Lewes, East Sussex, by Michael J. Allen, published 2005 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 143, article, pp.35-45) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 15610] & The Keep [LIB/500361] & S.A.S. library   View Online
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Speculative examination of a series of trees and shrubs uprooted by the 'Great Storm' in 1987 at Cuckoo Bottom, at the head of the Houndean Bottom dry valley, revealed prehistoric features and colluvium. A number of Beaker and Early Bronze Age sherds were recovered from the colluvium and from a ditch thought to be a part of the valley entrenchment. The combination of careful examination, recovery of artefacts and land-snail analysis recorded a Beaker occupation site akin to that in Ashcombe Bottom buried under hill wash. Further evidence for Beaker valley entrenchment is suggested.

Excavation of a Late Bronze Age enclosure site at Gatwick Airport, 2001, by Nicholas A. Wells, published 2005 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 143, article, pp.47-69) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 15610] & The Keep [LIB/500361] & S.A.S. library   View Online
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In the summer of 2001, Framework Archaeology was commissioned to undertake a programme of archaeological investigations in advance of car park development in the North-West Zone of Gatwick Airport. The investigations culminated in the excavation of a partially enclosed Late Bronze Age settlement lying on the edge of the River Mole floodplain. Pollen, plant and insect remains indicated that the settlement occupied an area of previously cleared forest and woodland. An open landscape of grassland floodplain with scattered clumps of trees provided browsing and grazing for domestic animals. We can suggest that tillage occurred on the higher ground beyond the floodplain. The settlement developed and the landscape was cleared for pasture. The floodplain became drier, possibly because of modification and management of the watercourses and the increasing intensity in land-use. The excavation has demonstrated the archaeological and palaeo-environmental potential of the Mole Valley as it cuts through the Weald.

Bronze Age and Iron Age occupation at Chichester Road, Selsey, West Sussex, by Stephen Hammond and Steve Preston, published 2005 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 143, article, pp.71-82) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 15610] & The Keep [LIB/500361] & S.A.S. library   View Online
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Excavation in advance of a housing development revealed traces of Bronze Age and Iron Age settlement and landscape features, exhibiting continuity of layout across the two phases. Boundary ditches defined land divisions, all apparently part of a single system extending at least 350 m along a terrace edge. Clustering close to these boundaries, isolated pits characterized the two northern areas of the site, while the southern area was occupied by structures and a dense concentration of pits of both periods. The only evidence of ritual activity was a tiny secondary deposit of cremation pyre debris in a ditch fill. The chronology is not particularly clear, but it is possible that both phases fall into the transition from Bronze Age to Iron Age, in the 8th century BC.

Bronze Age burials and settlement and an Anglo-Saxon settlement at Claypit Lane, Westhampnett, West Sussex, by Adrian M. Chadwick, published 2006 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 144, article, pp.7-50) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 15759] & The Keep [LIB/500362] & S.A.S. library   View Online
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Evaluation and excavation revealed slight evidence for Mesolithic activity, an Early Neolithic pit and Late Neolithic pits, one of which included the remains of apples and sloes. As well as an Early Bronze Age cremation burial, three Middle Bronze Age ring-ditches and six associated burials were found. A Middle to Late Bronze Age settlement, one of the first found on the West Sussex Coastal Plain, contained several placed deposits and an important pottery assemblage. Two Anglo-Saxon Sunken Featured Buildings also add to the growing evidence for that period on the Coastal Plain.

An Early Bronze Age burial and Iron Age ditch at East Brighton Golf Club, by John Funnell, published 2008 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 146, short article, pp.199-202) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 15997] & The Keep [LIB/500364] & S.A.S. library   View Online

A Bronze Age settlement, Roman structures and a field system at Hassocks, West Sussex, by David Mullin, Edward Biddulph and Richard Brown, published 2010 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 148, article, pp.17-46) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 18613] & The Keep [LIB/500366] & S.A.S. library   View Online
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Oxford Archaeology undertook a programme of archaeological work on land west of Mackie Avenue, Hassocks, West Sussex. Archaeological remains consisting of ditches, pits and postholes indicative of a number of phases of activity dating to the Bronze Age and Roman periods were revealed during these excavations. Excavated features include the remains of three post-built roundhouses of Bronze Age date, which were associated with a series of pits and possible field boundaries. A Roman rectangular structure was uncovered and this was associated with a field system. A ring-gully enclosing a number of pits, interpreted as a structure, was also excavated.

Coldean Valley Excavations: Extensive Bronze Age settlement revealed, by Lisa Jayne Fisher, published August 2010 in Sussex Past & Present (no. 121, article, p.8, ISSN: 1357-7417) accessible at: The Keep [LIB/500475] & S.A.S. library   View Online
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In the summer of 2008 a small trench was excavated across a lynchet (field bank) next to the University of Brighton's halls of residence, Varley Halls, off Coldean Lane in Brighton. This was a small training excavation which I directed as part of my MA in field archaeology at the University of Sussex, with expert support in the field from John Funnell of the Brighton and Hove Archaeological Society (BHAS) alongside several BHAS diggers. The trench was targeted across a lynchet to establish a date and see how it related chronologically to the nearby Middle Bronze Age (MBA) settlement, which was excavated as part of the Brighton-by-pass project by Ian Grieg in 1992.

Middle and Late Bronze Age settlement on the South Downs : the case study of Black Patch, by Richard Quinn Tapper, 2012 at Sussex University (Ph.D. thesis)   View Online
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By integrating the corpus of existing knowledge with new information gained by applying geo-archaeological techniques as well as more traditional techniques to fresh archaeological investigations at Black Patch and elsewhere, the aims of the research are to look at the economy, social organization and ritual behaviour of life in the Middle and Late Bronze Age on the South Downs in the light of modern archaeological theory to consider the questions 'Why were these areas chosen for settlement?', 'What caused their abandonment?' and 'What can we learn about the life of the people associated with the settlements?'. The combination of field walking, field survey and soil sampling has shown the presence of a Neolithic flint spread, woodland clearance and agriculture before and during the period of site settlement at Black Patch. The positioning of the Hut platforms and enclosures across existing lynchets, the modification of the existing field system, the establishment of a new one and the adoption of more intensive farming techniques (manuring, weeding and crop location and rotation) would imply a change of social order and the adoption of a sedentary lifestyle for some. The existence of centrally placed hearths in huts found at Black Patch brings into doubt the existing day/night life/death metaphor currently commonly used for this period. Structured deposition points to a society concerned with agricultural fertility. The abandonment of Black Patch identified by Drewett and the dearth of later dated artefacts, at about the same time as the abandonment of the only other positively identified Deverel-Rimbury site in the immediate area, Itford Hill, suggests another change of social order, with livestock becoming more important as the Downland area around Black Patch appears then to be used only by nomadic herders. Areas to the west of the River Ouse which had been settled earlier developed more complicated specialist production sites. These have yet to be found east of the River Ouse.

Bronze Age and Middle Iron Age Occupation and Roman Fields at Lidsey Landfill, Woodgate, West Sussex, by Sean Wallis and Steve Ford, published 22 September 2014 (T.V.A.S. occasional paper no. 5, vii + 44 pp., Reading: Thames Valley Archaeological Services, ISBN-10: 0992633044 & ISBN-13: 9780992633042) accessible at: British Library

Bronze Age, Iron Age and Roman landscapes of the coastal plain, and a late Iron Age warrior burial at North Bersted, Bognor Regis, West Sussex : excavations 2007-2010, by Andy Taylor, published 28 December 2014 (210 pp., Reading: Thames Valley Archaeological Services, ISBN-10: 0992633028 & ISBN-13: 9780992633028) accessible at: British Library

Mesolithic and late neolithic/Bronxe Age activity on the site of the American Express Community Stadium, Falmer, East Sussex, by Nick Garland and Hugo Anderson-Whymark, published 2016 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 154, article, pp.1-44) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 18939] & The Keep [LIB/509465] & S.A.S. library

Middle/Later Bronze Age Occupation at Manor Road, Burgess Hill, West Sussex, by Sean Wallis, published 14 April 2016 (T.V.A.S. occasional paper no. 9, 28 pp., Reading: Thames Valley Archaeological Services, ISBN-10: 1911228021 & ISBN-13: 9781911228028)

Bronze Age barrows in the High Weald: excavations at Potman's Lane, East Sussex, by Tom Munnery, published 2017 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 155, article, pp.31-42)