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PREHISTORIC SUSSEX. By E. Cecil Curwen, M.D., F.S.A. Homeland Association. 1929. pp. 172, illus. 10s. 6d.

  • J. P. Williams-Freeman
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page 124 note * Instances of this occur in Wiltshire also.—EDITOR.

page 126 note * We think Dr Curwen is following the interpretation given in Roberts’s, Place-names of Sussex (1914, p. 126) where the second element is stated to be (ge)lad. But we do not think that this either can mean a road. For both (ge)lad and slaed see ENGLISH PLACE-NAME SOCIETY, vol. I, part 2:—The Chief Elements used in English Pl ce-names, by Professor Mawer. For the word Portslade as a whole, see E.P.N.S., vol. VII, when published.—EDITOR.

page 126 note † We are glad to learn that a second edition of Dr Curwen’s book is already announced.—EDITOR.

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