Ancient

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Domination, power and autonomy in the Greek cities, 446/5-405/4 B.C
Christodoloupolos, M., M.Phil. (1989), Leeds (Mattingly, H.B.; Hind, J.G.F.)
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The treatment of infants in classical and Hellenistic Greece
Milligan, S.J., Ph.D. (1989), Glasgow
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Rural structure and the classical polis: town-country relations in Athenian society
Osborne, R.G., Ph.D. (1982), Cambridge (Snodgrass, A.M.)
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The harbours of classical Greece, with special reference to those of the Aegean in the classical period
Parry, J.J., M.Phil. (1987), Liverpool (Eames, J.V.H.; Mee, C.B.)
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Synoikism: people, power and poleis
E. Rihll. , Tracy, Ph.D. (1987), Leeds (Mattingly, H.B.)
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The Athenian hippeis in the 5th and 4th centuries B.C
Spence, I.G., Ph.D. (1988), London (North, J.A.)
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The Greeks in Thrace, c.500-c.270 B.C
Archibald, Zosia H., D.Phil. (1983), Oxford (Boardman, J.)
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Greek attitudes to Persian kingship down to the time of Xenophon
Higginson, T.W., D.Phil. (1988), Oxford (Lewis, D.M.)
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Epiteichismos: late 5th and 6th centuries B.C
Upton. , T.J., M.Litt. (1984), Oxford (Forrest, W.G.G.)
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The tyranny in Athens in the 6th century
Arrowsmith. , S.P., Ph.D. (1989), Manchester (Whitehead, D.)
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A study of the keles event in ancient Greece from the pre-classical period to the 1st century B.C.
Bell, D.J., Ph.D. (1989), Edinburgh
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Greek attitudes and observances in regard to death
Garland. , R.S.J., Ph.D. (1981), London (Humphreys, Sarah C.)
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Cretan archers: Cretan mercenaries abroad, c.750-27 B.C., in their Cretan and international setting
Sekunda. , N.V., Ph.D. (1981), Manchester (Jackson, A.H.)
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The Pisistratid tyranny of Athens
Worthington. , I., M.A. (1981), Durham (Rhodes, P.J.)
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Lakonian cults: the main sanctuaries of Sparta, 800 B.C. to the Roman period.
Constantinides, Soteroulla, Ph.D. (1989), London
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The Dorians in Crete: a survey of the evolution of Cretan society, c.900-350 B.C
Burns, P., D.Phil. (1985), Oxford (Boardman, J.)
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Greek maritime traders from the archaic age until the death of Alexander
Reed, C.M., D.Phil. (1981), Oxford (de Ste. Croix, G.E.M.)
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Towards a new approach to ancient history: the interaction of biological phenomena, social structure and the economy in ancient Attica
Sallares, J.R., Ph.D. (1986), Cambridge (Cartledge, P.A.)
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The origins of Greek slavery from Homer to Solon: problems in the identification of servile status groups
Voss, H.J., M.Phil. (1986), Leicester
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Studies on trade between the Levant and the Aegean in the 14th to 12th centuries B.C
Anita Yannai. , Mrs., D.Phil. (1984), Oxford (Boardman, J.; Popham, M.R.)
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Cereal cultivation and land use in ancient Egypt
Gardiner, H.M., Ph.D. (1988), Liverpool
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The role of archers, slingers and other light-armed infantry in Greek warfare from the Mycenean period to 362 B.C
Thomson, C.S., M.Litt. (1987), Glasgow
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Mycenaean and Near Eastern economic archives
Uchitel, A., Ph.D. (1986), London (Kuhrt, Amelie T.L.)
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Onomastics of Minoan Linear A and Linear B documents and their historical significance
Van Soesbergen, P.G., Ph.D. (1987), Sheffield
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Employment and labour relations in the Theban necropolis in the Ramesside period
Eyre, C.J., D.Phil. (1981), Oxford (Groll, S.; Malek, J.)
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Race, culture and nationalism in Egypt: to the Roman period
Hassan, A.M., Ph.D. (1981), Cambridge (Finley, M.I.)
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Egyptian queens in the 18th dynasty up to the end of the reign of Amenhotpe III
Robins, Rosemary G., D.Phil. (1981), Oxford (Baines, J.R.)
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Valerius Maximus as a source for his own times
Bellemore. , Jane, Ph.D. (1989), London (North, J.A.)
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Hydatius: a late Roman chronicler in post-Roman Spain: an historiographical study and new critical edition of the chronicle
Burgess, R.W., D.Phil. (1989), Oxford (Matthews, J.F.)
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Justin Martyr: a theology of history
Donner. , T.G., Ph.D. (1983), Cambridge (Chadwick, H.)
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