Britain and Ireland

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Identity, politics and piety: the intellectual remaking of Catholicism in the archdiocese of Glasgow, 1918-65.
Williamson, Clifford, Ph.D. (2000), Strathclyde (Finlay, Richard J.; McMillan, James F.)
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Feeding the poor to commemorate the dead: the pro anima almsgiving of Henry III of England, 1227-72.
Dixon-Smith, Sally A., Ph.D. (2003), London (d'Avray, David L.)
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The iconography of early Anglo-Saxon coinage, 6th-8th centuries.
Gannon, Anna, Ph.D. (2001), Cambridge
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The Fitzalan earls of Arundel to 1415.
Greenhalgh, David C., M.Phil. (2003), Wales (Pryce, A. Huw)
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London clothmaking, c.1250-c.1550.
Oldland, John R., M.Phil. (2003), London (Barron, Caroline M.)
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The views of Roger Bacon on geography, world religions and the defence of Christendom as expressed in his Opus Maius.
Power, A.L., Ph.D. (2003), Cambridge (Abulafia, David S.H.)
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Monastic charitable provision in later medieval England, c.1260-1540.
Rushton, N.S., Ph.D. (2003), Cambridge (Smith, Richard M.)
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Dominican art and architecture in the Cambridge Visitation, c.1220-c.1540.
Smale, Elizabeth, Ph.D. (2002), Cambridge (Massing, Jean Michel)
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The burnt Germans of the age of iron: early Anglo-Saxon mortuary practices and the study of cremation in past societies.
Williams, Howard, Ph.D. (2001), Reading
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Personal names of women in Wales, Cornwall and Brittany, 400-1400.
Cane, Meredith, M.Phil. (2000), Wales
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'Military' and 'civilian' in late Roman Britain: an archaeology of social identity.
Gardner, Andrew N., Ph.D. (2001), London
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Quarr stone: an archaeological and petrological study in relation to the Roman, Anglo-Saxon and medieval stone building industries of southern Britain.
Bishop, Cheryl M., M.Phil. (2001), Reading
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Lamps and lighting in Roman Britain.
Eckhardt, Hella, M.Phil. (2001), Reading
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The town and manor of Glastonbury, c. 1086-1400.
Marston, Lynn, Ph.D. (2003), Leicester (Fox, Harold S.A.)
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Silver mining in England and Wales, 1066-1500.
Claughton, Peter F., Ph.D. (2003), Exeter (Burt, Roger; Whittle, Jane C.)
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The growth and decline of direct demesne management in medieval England.
Poynder, Nicholas, Ph.D. (2003), Belfast (Campbell, Bruce M.S.)
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The 11th- and early 12th-century manuscripts of Bury St. Edmunds abbey.
Rushforth, R.J., Ph.D. (2003), Cambridge (Dumville, David M.)
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Devotion to St. John the Baptist in England in the middle ages.
McDonagh, M., Ph.D. (2003), Cambridge (Duffy, Eamon)
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Fictions of Judaism in medieval England.
Bale, A.P., D.Phil. (2002), Oxford
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The origin and development of the English reredos, 1000-1540.
Ollmann, D.T., Ph.D. (2002), Cambridge
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Sanctity in 10th-century Anglo-Latin hagiography: Wulfstan of Winchester's Vita Sancti Æthelwoldi and Byrhtferth of Ramsey's Vita Sancti Oswaldi.
Robertson, Nicola J., Ph.D. (2003), Leeds (Swan, Mary; Wood, Ian N.)
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The Vikings and their impact on Kent, 792 A.D.-1042 A.D.
Vince, Richard, M.A. (2002), Kent (Gameson, Richard G.)
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Slavery and culture in medieval Britain and Ireland: an alternative perspective of an enduring institution.
Wyatt, David, Ph.D. (2003), Wales (Aird, William M.)
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A green space beyond self-interest: the evolution of common land in Norfolk, c.750-2003.
Birtles, Sara, Ph.D. (2003), East Anglia (Williamson, Tom M.)
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Symbols of change: Anglo-Saxon pendant crosses of the Middle Saxon period, c.600-c.720/30.
Chadwick, A.E., M.Litt. (2002), Cambridge
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British amateur astronomers in the second half of the 19th century.
Craine, Ashton, Ph.D. (2002), Open University (Chant, Colin W.)
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Early ecclesiastical organization: the evidence from north-east Yorkshire.
Kroebel, Christiane, M.A. (2003), Durham (Rollason, David W.)
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Political geography and political structures in earlier medieval Ireland.
McGowan, Katherine M., Ph.D. (2003), Cambridge (Dumville, David N.)
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The emporia of Middle Saxon England: hinterlands, trade and rural exchange.
Palmer, J.B.O., D.Phil. (2003), Oxford
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Artisan naturalists: science as popular culture in 19th-century England.
Secord, Penelope A., Ph.D. (2002), London
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