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35 Sussex experienced some of the greatest changes of any English county under the Normans, for it was the heartland of King Harold and was potentially vulnerable to further invasion.Retrieved 3 February 2014.BC the ice sheet over the North Sea melted, sea levels rose and the meltwaters burst south and westwards, creating the English Channel and cutting the people of Sussex off from their Mesolithic kinsmen to the south.While the novelist John Cowper Powys is particularly associated with Dorset and Wales, he lived in Sussex from the mid-1890s until 1910.136 John 'Mad Jack' Fuller also commissioned Turner to make a series of paintings which resulted in thirteen finished watercolours of Fuller's house at Brightling and the area around.In the social sciences, Sussex was home to economist John Maynard Keynes from 1925 to 1946.The Roman Catholic cathedral at Arundel.Yeats spent three winters living with American poet Ezra Pound at Colemans Hatch in the Ashdown Forest 88 and towards the end of his life spent much time at Steyning and Withyham; 89 John Galsworthy spent much of his life in Bury in the Sussex.The name derives from the Kingdom of Sussex, which was founded, according to legend, by Ælle of Sussex in AD 477.
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