Britain and Ireland

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The appropriation of meaning: an examination of Roman stones re-used in an Anglo-Saxon context.
Catling, Joanne E., M.A. (1999), Durham
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Civitas Winton from Eastgate to Westgate: development of the High Street.
Cooper, Justine, Ph.D. (2001), Southampton
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Secular political structures in Southumbria in the first half of the 9th century.
Featherstone, Peter J., Ph.D. (2000), Leeds
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The development of the wetland vegetation of the Broadland region: a study of the sociohistorical factors which have influenced and modified the development of fen vegetation in Broadland.
Parmenter, Joanne M., Ph.D. (2000), East Anglia
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The construction of the Saxon shore forts: an economic and contextual study.
Pearson, Andrew, Ph.D. (2000), Reading
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Charles Golightly (1807-85), Church parties and university politics in Victorian England
Atherstone, Andrew C., D.Phil. (2001), Oxford
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Parties, issues and personalities: the structural determinants of Irish voting behaviour, 1885-2000.
King, Simon W., D.Phil. (2001), Oxford
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The influences of public school literature and culture on 19th- and early 20th-century concepts of adolescence.
Holt, Jenny, D.Phil. (2001), Oxford
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Degrees of divinity: the intellectual resources of the radical imagination in England, c.1630-1660.
McDowell, Nicholas, D.Phil. (2000), Oxford
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Women and religious verse in English manuscript culture, c.1600-1668: Lady Anne Southwell, Lady Hester Pulter and Katherine Austen.
Ross, Sarah C.E., D.Phil. (2000), Oxford
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Whig literary culture: poetry, politics and patronage, 1678-1714.
Williams, Abigail A., D.Phil. (2000), Oxford
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The Leofwinesons: power, property and patronage in the early English kingdom.
Baxter, Stephen D., D.Phil. (2002), Oxford (Wormald, C. Patrick)
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The place of Durham in the post-conquest spiritual life of the north.
Luff, Alexander N.M., Ph.D. (2002), Durham (Rollason, David W.)
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Anglo-Norman defence strategy in selected English border and maritime counties, 1066-87.
Richardson, Kay M., Ph.D. (2001), Hull (Palmer, John J.N.)
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Character, controversy and community: Anglo-Catholic churches and the working classes in South-East Birmingham, 1865-1939.
Wasey, Kim, M.Phil. (2002), Birmingham (McLeod, D. Hugh)
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Oxford Jackson: architecture, education, status and style, 1835-1924.
Whyte, William H., D.Phil. (2002), Oxford (Garnett, E. Jane; Crook, Joseph Mordaunt)
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The Church defence problem in Conservative politics, 1843-51.
Chung, Heera, Ph.D. (2002), Cambridge (Hilton, A.J. Boyd)
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The influence of the Oxford Movement on Welsh Anglicanism and Nonconformity in the 1840s and 1850s.
Freeman, D. Peter, Ph.D. (1999), Wales (Morgan, Prys T.J.)
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Women and evangelical religion in Kent and Northamptonshire, 1800-50.
Phillips, Sibyl M., Ph.D. (2001), Leicester (Snell, Keith D.M.)
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The liturgical vision of Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin.
Powell, Christabel J., Ph.D. (2002), Durham (Gilley, Sheridan W)
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The impact of the American evangelists, Moody and Sankey, on Scotland, 1873-4.
Thomson, Elizabeth P., M.Phil. (2002), Dundee (Machin, G. Ian T.)
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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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