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by Susan M. Keeling,C.P. Lewis

Author: Susan M. Keeling,C.P. Lewis
Subcategory: Europe
Language: English
Publisher: Victoria County History (January 1, 1984)
Pages: 152 pages
Category: History
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Translation of the Sussex Domesday" : v. 1, p. 387-451. Includes bibliographical references. Natural history - .

Translation of the Sussex Domesday" : v. Religious houses, Maritime history, Social and economic history, Industries, Agriculture, Forestry, Architecture, Schools, Sport ancient and modern - . Romano-British Sussex, City of Chichester - . Rape of Chichester - ., p. Arundel Rape (South-Western part) including Arundel - .

Includes bibliographical references and index. Translation of the Sussex Domesday": v.

Series: Victoria history of the counties of England. Translation of the Sussex Domesday" : v. Antiquities, England, History, Natural history, Sussex, Sussex (England).

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Six volumes of the Victoria County History of Sussex were published between 1905 and 1953. Until now they have been without an index, apart from the Domesday index included in Volume I. The present volume is designed to make their contents far more readi. Hardback 9780197227664. Six volumes of the Victoria County History of Sussex were published between 1905 and 1953 Victoria County History.

Volume 1 (1905) William Page The Victoria History of the County of Sussex. Index to volumes 1-4, 7 and 9 (1984) Susan M. Keeling and C. P. Lewis A History of the County of Sussex Index to Volumes I-IV, VII, and IX. Return to list of volumes. Early Man. Anglo-Saxon Remains. Introduction to the Sussex Domesday. Translation of the Sussex Domesday. Index to the Sussex Domesday. Volume 2 (1907) William Page The Victoria History of the County of Sussex.

The Somerset Victoria County History is an encyclopaedic history of the county of Somerset in England, forming part of the overall Victoria County History of England founded in 1899 in honour of Queen Victoria. With ten volumes published in the series A History of the County of Somerset, the Somerset VCH is among the most substantial of the Victoria County Histories.

Romano-British Sussex, Chichester . .Details (if other): Cancel. Published February 1st 1973 by Victoria County History (first published January 1st 1973). Thanks for telling us about the problem. 0712905871 (ISBN13: 9780712905879).

Victoria County History - Sussex. A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 6 Part 3, Bramber Rape (North-Eastern Part) Including Crawley New Town. Gives the history of the eleven parishes that form the north-eastern part of Bramber rape, from Upper Beeding in the south to Ifield in the north, together with that of Crawley new town, founded in 1947. Victoria County History - Sussex.

The Victoria History of the Counties of England, commonly known as the Victoria County History or the VCH, is an English history project begun in.

The Victoria History of the Counties of England, commonly known as the Victoria County History or the VCH, is an English history project begun in 1899 in honour of Queen Victoria with the aim of creating an encyclopaedic history of each of the historic counties of England. 686688Victoria County History2010.

The Somerset Victoria County History is an encyclopaedic history of the county of Somerset in England, forming . Volume I (1906), ed. William Page: the Natural History of the county, with some archaeological material and a chapter on Romano-British Somerset, especially Bath; the Somerset Domesday and the Geld Inquest.

Six volumes of the Victoria County History of Sussex were published between 1905 and 1953 . Until now they have been without an index, apart from the Domesday index included in Volume I. The present volume is designed to make their contents far more readily accessible, directing the reader to the pages on which places, persons, and the principal subjects are mentioned. An essential key is thus at last provided to the general chapters in Volumes I and II, to the accounts of Romano-British Sussex and of the City of Chichester in Volume III, and to the histories of the towns and villages in the rapes of Chichester (Volume IV), Lewes (Volume VII), and Hastings (Volume IX). Each future volume will, like that on the southern part of Bramber rape (Volume VI, part 1) published in 1980, contain its own index.