Britain and Ireland

Results
Ideology and the family in late medieval York.
Tyler, Michael, Ph.D. (2006), York
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Aspects of power relationships between the English and the Welsh in the principality of Wales, 1284-1415: conflict and synthesis.
Davis, Carolyn, M.Phil. (2006), Cardiff
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Power, ambition and political rehabilitation: the Despensers, c.1281-1400.
Lawrence, Martyn J., Ph.D. (2005), York
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Collaboration and litigation in two Suffolk manor courts, 1289-1364.
Phillips, Jennifer L., Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge
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War, politics and the English aristocracy, 1272-1314.
Simpkin, David, Ph.D. (2006), Hull
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Oxfordshire women in the 13th century.
Hanchett, Polly, Ph.D. (2006), London
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A peculiar prosperity: Windsor in the high middle ages.
Lewis, David, Ph.D. (2006), London
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The household knights of Henry III, 1216-58.
Lightfoot, Kenneth W.B., Ph.D. (2006), Wales
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Manor houses, churches and settlements: historical geographies of the Yorkshire Wolds before c.1600.
McDonagh, Briony, Ph.D. (2006), Nottingham
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Government and locality in Essex in the reign of Henry III, 1216-72.
Moore, K., Ph.D. (2006), Cambridge
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The Tower of London as a royal residence.
Ashbee, Jeremy A., Ph.D. (2006), London
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Jewish converts to Christianity in medieval London.
Fogle, Lauren, Ph.D. (2006), London
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The history of Carlton in Coverdale, 1086-1910.
Joynes, Nora E., Ph.D. (2006), Leeds
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Forging links with the past: the 12th-century reconstruction of Anglo-Saxon Peterborough.
Morris, Avril, Ph.D. (2006), Leicester
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From St. Margaret to the Maid of Norway: queens and queenship in Scotland, 1066-1290.
Nelson, Jessica, Ph.D. (2006), London
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Re-imagining history in Anglo-Norman prose chronicles.
Spence, J.B.W., Ph.D. (2006), Cambridge
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The Anglo-Norman aristocracy under divided lordship, 1087-1106: a social and political study.
Strevett, Neil, Ph.D. (2005), Glasgow
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Settlement and integration in Scotland, 1124-1214: local society and the development of aristocratic communities, with special reference to the Anglo-French settlement of the south-east.
Webb, Nigel M., Ph.D. (2004), Glasgow
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Mothers, mothering and motherhood in late Anglo-Saxon England.
Beaumont, Naomi, Ph.D. (2006), York
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History and charters of Higham in the middle ages.
Davis, Andrew, M.Phil. (2006), London
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Society and economy at Oakham, c.1000-c.1500: lords, peasants and townspeople.
Fletcher, Martin T., Ph.D. (2005), Sheffield
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Medieval pottery production in England.
Marter, Philip, Ph.D. (2006), Southampton
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Medieval Rothley, Leicestershire: manor, soke and parish.
McLoughlin, Vanessa, Ph.D. (2006), Leicester
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Anglo-Saxon magic: aspects of popular religion in England, 800-1066.
Skidmore, R. Lewis, Ph.D. (2005), Birmingham
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Challenges posed by the geography of the Scottish Highlands to ecclesiastical endeavour over the centuries.
Stephen, John Rothney, Ph.D. (2004), Glasgow
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Aspects of the Anglo-Saxon and Norman mint of Worcester, 975-1158.
Symons, David J., Ph.D. (2003), Birmingham
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Remembering the dead in Anglo-Saxon England.
Devlin, Zoe, Ph.D. (2006), York
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The Anglo-Saxon origins of Stafford and its churches.
Edwards, Matthew J., M.Phil. (2005), Birmingham
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The Roman-medieval transition in the Essex landscape: a study in persistence, continuity and change.
Morris, Brynmor W., Ph.D. (2005), Exeter
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The church in Anglo-Saxon Yorkshire: ‘minsters’ in the Danelaw, c.600-1200.
Pickles, Thomas, D.Phil. (2006), Oxford
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