Ancient history

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The king and the army in the Hellenistic world.
Taylor, Richard W.J., D.Phil. (1992), Oxford (Hornblower, N.S.R.)
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Roman patrons of Greek cities in the late Republic and early Empire.
Eilers, Claude F., D.Phil. (1993), Oxford (Levick, Barbara M.)
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Episcopal authority in late antiquity.
Pollett, Shawn, Ph.D. (1995), St. Andrews (Harries, Jill D.)
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Childhood and Christianity from Paul to the Council of Chalcedon.
Currie, Sarah, Ph.D. (1993), Cambridge (Garnsey, P.D.A.)
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Symbols, power and the construction of identity in the city-kingdoms of ancient Cyprus, c.750-312 B.C.
Given, Michael J.M., Ph.D. (1992), Cambridge (Snodgrass, A.M.)
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The Roman empire's relations with Lycia and the island of Rhodes.
Banks, Andrew D., M.A. (1998), Leeds (Hind, John G.F.; Wood, Ian N.)
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The Romanization of Britain.
Giannotta, Kristina M., M.Phil. (1997), Glasgow (Keppie, L.; Hanson, William S.)
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Roman coins from the province of Asia in the Antonine period, 138-192.
Heuchert, Volker, D.Phil. (1998), Oxford (Howgego, Christopher J.)
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Alexander the Great's campaigns in Sogdia and northern Bactria: a study of the topography and archaeology.
Sommer, Peter, M.Phil. (1995), Birmingham
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Aspects of seafaring and trade in the central Mediterranean region, c.1200-800 B.C.
Calcagno, Claire, D.Phil. (1998), Oxford (McGrail, Sean; Sherratt, Andrew G.)
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Images of motherhood in late antiquity.
Harlow, Mary E., Ph.D. (1998), Leicester (Foxhall, Lin)
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The cultural history of Colchis, 6th-1st centuries B.C.
Tsetskhladze, Gocha R., D.Phil. (1998), Oxford (Boardman, John)
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Roman small towns in the E. Midlands: a regional study of settlement development and interaction.
Condron, Frances M., Ph.D. (1996), Leicester (Mattingley, David J.; Young, Robert)
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Aquileia and its territory in the republican and early imperial eras.
Howell, Diane M., Ph.D. (1994), London (Wilkes, John J.)
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The economy of the Roman S. Pennines, with special r3eference to the lead extraction industry.
Dearne, Martin J., Ph.D. (1991), Sheffield (Branigan, K.)
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Aspect of the Roman villa as a form of British settlement.
Scott, Eleanor, Ph.D. (1991), Newcastle (Smith, D.J.)
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Aspects of imperial building activity in Rome in 69-96.
Darwall-Smith, Robin H., D.Phil. (1991), Oxford (Purcell, N.)
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Roman military architecture on the eastern frontier, A.D. 200-600.
Gregory, J. Shelagh, Ph.D. (1991), Sheffield (Kennedy, D.L.)
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The monastic thought and culture of Pope Gregory the Great in their western context, c.400-604.
Leyser, C. Conrad, D.Phil. (1991), Oxford (Mayr-Harting, Henry M.R.E.)
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Cultural change in central France under Roman rule.
Woolf, Gregory D., Ph.D. (1991), Cambridge (Garnsey, P.D.A.)
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Romanization and urbanization in Baetica, c.50 B.C. - 150 A.D.
Fear, Andrew T., D.Phil. (1991), Oxford (Millar, F.G.B.)
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Studies in the Roman colonate.
Rosafio, Pasquale, Ph.D. (1991), Cambridge (Whittaker, C.R.)
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Ovid and the `Fasti': an historical study.
Herbert-Brown, Geraldine E., D.Phil. (1991), Oxford (Price, S.R.F.)
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The peoples of the lower Danube and Rome: mobility, settlement and imperialism to the end of the 2nd century.
Batty, Roger M., D.Phil. (1991), Oxford (Millar, F.G.B.)
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A political history of Lycia and its relations with foreign powers inthe `Dynastic' period, 545-362 B.C.
Keen, Antony G., Ph.D., Manchester (Hodkinson, S.J.)
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Shipping and the Port of London from Roman times to the 13th century A.D.
Marsden, Peter R.V., M.Litt. (1991), Oxford (McGrail, S.)
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Tribal territories from the Humber to the Tyne: an analysis of artefactual and settlement patterning in the late Iron Age and early Roman periods.
Ross, Catherine R., Ph.D. (2009), Durham (Schultze, Clemence E.; Brickstock, R.J.)
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Networks and religious innovation in the Roman empire.
Collar, Anna, Ph.D. (2009), Exeter
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The campaigns of Alexander the Great.
English, Stephen, Ph.D. (2009), Durham (Rhodes, P. J.)
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Contemporary perceptions of the Roman empire in the later 5th and 6th centuries.
Kitchen, Thomas E., Ph.D. (2008), Cambridge
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