Medieval

Results
The mercers in medieval York, 1272/3-1529: social aspirations and commercial enterprise.
Wheatley, Louise Russell, Ph.D. (2008), York
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Medieval English roodscreens, with special reference to Devon.
Williams, Michael Aufrère, Ph.D. (2008), Exeter
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Looking east and west: the reception and dissemination of the Topographia Hibernica and the Itinerarium ad partes orientales in England, 1185-1500.
David, Sumithra, Ph.D. (2009), St. Andrews (Bartlett, Robert J.)
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The nunneries of London and its environs, 1100-1400.
Jones, Janet M., M.Phil. (2009), London
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'Their final blazon': burial and commemoration among the north midland nobility and gentry, c.1200-1536.
Lee, Kelcey, Ph.D. (2009), London (Saul, Nigel E.)
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Female moneylending and wet-nursing in Jewish-Christian relations in 13th-century England.
Meyer, Hannah, Ph.D. (2009), Cambridge
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Gendered imaginations? Illustrating the high medieval psalter for men and women in England.
Mills, Rosie Chambers, Ph.D. (2008), East Anglia
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A limpid and abundant spring': a re-reading of Walter Daniel's Life of Ailred of Rievaulx.
Moatt, Michelle, Ph.D. (2009), Lancaster (Jotischky, Andrew)
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The origins of the role of Master of the Order of Sempringham, c.1130-c.1230.
Sykes, Katharine, D.Phil. (2008), Oxford
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Urbanisation and the urban landscape: building medieval Bury St. Edmunds.
Antrobus, Abby L., Ph.D. (2009), Durham (Graves, Pam; Gerrard, Chris; Bailiff, Ian)
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Leofric of Exeter and his Lotharingian connections: a bishop's books, c.1050-1072.
Corradini, Erika, Ph.D. (2008), Leicester
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Animal exploitation in medieval Ireland.
Denham, Sean D., Ph.D. (2008), Belfast
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The structure and exercise of lordship in south eastern Scotland, 1094-1434.
Gledhill, Jonathan, Ph.D. (2009), Lancaster (Grant, Alexander)
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Grasping schemer or hostage to fortune: the life and career of Stigand, last Anglo-Saxon archbishop of Canterbury.
Mitton, Nancy L., Ph.D. (2009), St. Andrews
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Constructing English identities, 924-1066.
Pickin, Rebecca J., Ph.D. (2008), Birmingham
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The book collections at St. Guthlac's priory, Hereford before 1200: acquisition, adaptation and use.
Tuckley, Chris, Ph.D. (2009), Leeds (Swan, Mary; Shaw, Philip)
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The Anglo-Saxon charters of York and Durham.
Woodman, David A., Ph.D. (2008), Cambridge
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Studies in the exercise of royal power in Ireland, c.650-c.1200 A.D.
Casey, Denis, Ph.D. (2009), Cambridge
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Money and money equivalents in 7th- and 8th-century England - the transition from a pre-coinage age to a politically managed economy.
Errington, Mark, M.Phil. (2009), Birmingham (Bassett, Steven R.)
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The development of the notions of penance, purgatory and the afterlife in Anglo-Saxon England.
Forbes, Helen G.F., Ph.D. (2009), Cambridge
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The origins of Warwick.
Hinksman, Sarah, M.Phil. (2009), Birmingham (Bassett, Steven R.)
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Charcoal burial in early medieval England.
Holloway, James, Ph.D. (2009), Cambridge
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Protection, feud and royal power: violence and its regulation in English law, c.850-c.1250.
Lambert, Thomas B., Ph.D. (2009), Durham (Liddy, Christian D.; Rollason, David W.)
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Dynasty and the family unit: assessing the nature and structures of the West Saxon royal house in Wessex and Mercia in the later 9th and earlier 10th centuries.
Mann, Adrian, M.Phil. (2009), Birmingham (Yarrow, Simon)
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Coinage and history in Southumbrian England, c.750-865.
Naismith, Rory, Ph.D. (2009), Cambridge
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The divine office in Anglo-Saxon England, 597-c.1000.
Billett, Jesse D., Ph.D. (2009), Cambridge
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The 15th-century printing practices of Johann Zainer, Ulm, 1473-8.
Bolton, Claire M., Ph.D. (2008), Reading
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Political aspects of Matteo Maria Boiardo's Orlando Innamorato.
Cartolano, Antonio, Ph.D. (2009), Roehampton (Dean, Trevor)
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The Anglo-Saxon and Irish ideal of the Civitas, c.500-1050.
Maddox, Melanie, Ph.D. (2009), St. Andrews (Bartlett, Ribert J.)
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Prisoners of war in the Hundred Years' War: the golden age of private ransoms.
Ambuhl, Rémy, Ph.D. (2009), St. Andrews (Given-Wilson, Christopher J.)
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