Ancient history

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Financing Roman trade and industry.
Jones, David F., Ph.D. (2004), Open University
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Mobility of Hellenistic women.
Loman, Pasi, Ph.D. (2004), Nottingham
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Dealing with difference: attitudes of Gallo-Roman writers towards barbarians and behaviour, 440-590.
McWhirter, Elayne, M.Phil. (2004), Birmingham
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Domestic cult in the classical Greek house.
Morgan, Janett, Ph.D. (2005), Wales (Fisher, Nicholas R.E.; Westgate, Ruth)
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A new political world: changing patterns of participation in Athenian democracy.
Taylor, Claire E., Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Cartledge, P.A.)
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Awkward age: female transitions to adulthood in late antiquity.
Alberici, Lisa A., M.Phil. (2004), Birmingham
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The economy of the temple of Jerusalem and its clergy in the Hellenistic period.
Baesens, Viviane F., Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Horbury, W.)
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The organisation of customs duties in Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt, c.332 B.C.-A.D. 284.
Cottier, Michel F., D.Phil. (2005), Oxford (Bowman, Alan K.)
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The polemical use of the past in the Catholic/Donatist schism.
Dearn, Alan C.M., D.Phil. (2004), Oxford
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The war of the words: a history of flyting from antiquity to the later middle ages.
Frotscher, Antje G., D.Phil. (2004), Oxford
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No lasting city: Rome, Jerusalem and the place of Hebrews in the history of earliest 'Christianity'.
Mosser, Carl, Ph.D. (2005), St. Andrews
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Episcopal elections, A.D. 250-600.
Norton, Peter, D.Phil. (2004), Oxford
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Slavery in ancient Greek poleis and ancient Sri Lanka: a comparison.
Wickramasinghe, Chandina S.M., Ph.D. (2004), Nottingham
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A social archaeology of the iron age household: domestic space in western Denmark, 500 B.C.-A.D. 200.
Webley, L., Ph.D. (2003), Cambridge
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Communities in southwest Scotland. c. 200 B.C.-200 A.D.: social space, material culture and identity.
Carruthers, Martin A., M.Phil. (2002), Glasgow (Hanson, William S.)
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Aspects of the Severan field army: the Praetorian guard, Legio II Parthica and legionary vexillations, A.D. 193-238.
Cowan, Ross H., Ph.D. (2002), Glasgow (Keepie, L.J.)
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Church, cities, and people: a study of the plebs within the Church and cities of Roman Africa in the works of Cyprian, Optatus and Augustine.
Evers, Alexander W.H., D.Phil. (2001), Oxford (Cameron, Averil M.)
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The evolution of Roman frontier fortification systems in the lower Danube provinces, 1st-2nd centuries A.D.
Karavas, John N., Ph.D. (2002), Durham (Hunt, E.D.; Millett, P.)
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Poverty in the early Roman empire: ancient and modern conceptions and constructs.
Parkin, Anneliese R., Ph.D. (2001), Cambridge (Garnsey, Peter D.A.)
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The culture and ideology of Achaemenid kingship, 404-323 B.C.
Allen, Lindsay K., Ph.D. (2002), London (Kuhrt, Amélie T.L.)
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Peloponnesian politics, 371-361 B.C.
Gaskell, Edmund, Ph.D. (2002), Liverpool (Davies, John K.)
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Creating public opinion: officially published Roman public inscriptions, c.100 B.C.-A.D. 68.
Golden, Gregory K., M.Litt. (2000), Oxford (Griffin, Miriam T.; Millar, Fergus G.B.)
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Normative politics in Greek interstate relations, 411-322 B.C.
Low, Polly A., Ph.D. (2002), Cambridge (Cartledge, Paul A.)
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The Christian promotion and practice of almsgiving in lthe later Roman empire, 313-450.
Finn, Richard D., D.Phil. (2001), Oxford (Garnsey, Peter D.A.; Cameron, Averill M.)
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Identity and plurality: medicine in Ptolemaic Egypt.
Lang, Philippa M., Ph.D. (2002), Cambridge (Lloyd, G.E.R.)
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Solon's Polis as Kosmos: intellectual, moral and political integration in archaic Athens.
Lewis, John D., Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge (Cartledge, Paul A.)
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Coats of many colours: dyeing and dyeworks in ancient Greece.
Monaghan, Mark D., Ph.D. (2001), Leicester (Foxhall, Lin)
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The army of Alexander the Great.
Lock, R. A., Ph. D. (1974), Leeds (Badian, E.)
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A sacred commodity: the production, circulation and consumption of early metal axes in Ireland.
Dickins, J.P., M.Litt. (2003), Cambridge
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The use and organisation of space: settlements in England, A.D. 400-1000.
Ware, Carolyn, Ph.D. (2003), Newcastle (Harding, Jan; Greene, Kevin)
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