Ancient

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Roman seal-boxes in Britain.
Andrews, Colin J., Ph.D. (2011), Open University
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Tomb portraits under the Roman empire: local contents and cultural styles.
Audley-Miller, Lucy, D.Phil. (2010), Oxford (Smith, R.R.R.)
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The nature and significance of extramural settlement at Vindolanda and other selected sites on the northern frontier of Roman Britain.
Birley, Andrew R., Ph.D. (2010), Leicester (James, Simon T.; Allison, Pim)
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Late Roman recruiting practices.
Crawford, Peter T., Ph.D. (2011), Belfast (Campbell, J. Brian)
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Metal figurines in Roman Britain.
Durham, Emma, Ph.D. (2010), Reading
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Controlling colours: function and meaning of colours in the British iron age.
Hoecherl, Marlies, Ph.D. (2010), Cardiff
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Ethnic, cultural and social identity in Roman to post-Roman south-west Britain.
Jarrett, Kirsten, Ph.D. (2010), Sheffield
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Tacitus and Lucan on civil war.
Marshall, Melanie, D.Phil. (2011), Oxford
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The Roman elite and the power of the past: continuity and change in Ostrogothic Italy.
McOmish, David M., Ph.D. (2011), Glasgow
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North Sea and Channel connectivity during the late iron age and Roman period, 175/150 B.C.-A.D. 409.
Morris, Francis M., D.Phil. (2010), Oxford (Wilson, Andrew; Hamerow, Helena F.)
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Household consumption in ancient economies: Pompeii and the wider Roman world.
Ray, Nicholas, Ph.D. (2009), Leicester
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Romans and Goths in late antique Gaul: aspects of political and cultural assimilation in the 5th century A.D.
Rückert, Julia, Ph.D. (2011), Durham (Hunt, E.D.)
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From Theodosius to Constans II: the settlement and economy of late Roman and Byzantine Sicily (A.D. 379-688).
Sami, Denis, Ph.D. (2011), Leicester (Christie, Neil; Katsari, Constantina)
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The Roman to early medieval transition in south-east Wales: settlement, landscape and religion.
Seaman, Andrew, Ph.D. (2010), Cardiff
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Questions of Roman and native: variation in personal ornamentation from the north of England.
Webb, T., Ph.D. (2010), Bradford
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Republicanism in the early Roman empire.
Wilkinson, Sam, Ph.D. (2010), London
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Becoming 'Irish': the materiality of transcultural identities in the later Irish iron age.
Wilson, J., Ph.D. (2010), Manchester
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Rural settlement and economic activity: olive oil and amphorae production on the Tarhuna plateau during the Roman period.
Ahmed, Mftah, Ph.D. (2010), Leicester (Mattingly, David J.)
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Just deserts: Roman military operations in arid environments.
Beattie, Melissa, M.Phil. (2010), Cardiff (Rawlings, Louis)
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Egypt's encounter with the West: race, culture and identity.
Cooney, William A., Ph.D. (2011), Durham
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Achaemenid and Greco-Macedonian inheritances in the semi-Hellenised kingdoms of eastern Asia Minor.
Ghita, Cristian E., Ph.D. (2010), Exeter
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The population of Italy in the mid to late Roman republic.
Greenacre, Charlotte S., Ph.D. (2011), London (Arena, Valentina)
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Material culture approaches to the study of children and childhood in the Roman world.
Huntley, Katherine, Ph.D. (2010), Leicester (Allison, Penelope; Mattingly, David J.)
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Senatorial and equestrian rank in the cities of Roman Asia Minor.
Kuhn, Annika, D.Phil. (2010), Oxford (Bowman, Alam)
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'No freer than the Helots': Messenian rebel behaviour in Pausanias' 'Messeniaka' in comparative perspective.
Langerwerf, Lydia L.B.M., Ph.D. (2010), Nottingham
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From Nebuchadnezzar (586 B.C.E.) to the Roman emperors: foreign rulers and powers in Josephus' writings.
Passuello, Victor, Ph.D. (2011), Reading (Rajak, Tessa; Nicholls, Matthew)
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Redressing the 'Samnites': adornment and identity in central Italy between 750 and 350 B.C.
Richardson, Amy, Ph.D. (2010), Reading
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The history of the Praetorian Guard under the Julio-Claudian emperors.
Snook, Michael, M.A. (2009), Kent
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Evolving states: power and communities in Adriatic central Italy from 600 B.C.-A.D. 100.
Sterry, Martin, Ph.D. (2011), Leicester (Christie, Neil; Haselgrove, Colin)
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City boundaries and urban development in Roman Italy, 4th century B.C. to A.D. 271.
Stevens, Saskia, D.Phil. (2010), Oxford (DeLaine, Janet)
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