Medieval

Results
Encomia to St. Demetrius in late Byzantine Thessalonica.
Russell, Eugenia, Ph.D. (2009), London (Harris, Jonathan)
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Popular violence in late 13th- and early 14th-century France.
Wheeler, Hannah, D.Phil. (2008), Oxford
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Peter Damian (c.1007-1072), monastic ideology and the religious revolution of the 11th century.
Bannister, Emily A., Ph.D. (2009), Keele (Cushing, Kathleen G.; Morgan, Philip J.)
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Charity in Rouen in the 12th and 13th centuries (with special reference to Mont-aux-Malades).
Brenner, Elma H.O., Ph.D. (2008), Cambridge
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Society and the state in Byzantium, 1025-71.
Danny, William, D.Phil. (2008), Oxford
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Oblation and recruitment in the medieval period.
Halliday, Jennifer M., M.Phil. (2008), Cardiff (Nicholson, Helen J.)
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Discussions of textual criticism of the Latin Bible from the 12th to the 15th century.
Linde, J. Cornelia, Ph.D. (2009), London (Kraye, Jill A.)
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The archaeology of Transylvanian medieval fortified church-villages.
Morgan, David, Ph.D. (2009), Leicester
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Norman naval power in the Mediterranean in the 11th and 12th centuries.
Stanton, Charles D., Ph.D. (2008), Cambridge
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The role of Bogomilism in the creation of Bosnian identity in the middle ages.
Trako, Redzo, Ph.D. (2008), Belfast
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The function of relics and sacred space in Flodoard's Historia Remensis ecclesiae.
Beddoe, Emma C., Ph.D. (2008), Cambridge
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Civic spectacle and its implications for society in the Burgundian Netherlands and England in the middle ages.
Cawsey, Jacqueline A., M.Phil. (2009), London (d'Avray, David L.)
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Landscapes of conversion in 8th-century Hessia: an interdisciplinary approach to the Anglo-Saxon mission of St. Boniface.
Clay, John-Henry, Ph.D. (2008), York (Garrison, Mary; Finch, Jonathan)
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Jonas of Bobbio and the Vita Columbani: sanctity and community in the seventh century.
O'Hara, Alex, Ph.D. (2009), St. Andrews (Bartlett, Robert J.)
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The Liber Pontificalis and Franco-papal relations, 824-91.
Parton, Frances, Ph.D. (2009), Cambridge
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Literary culture in 9th-century northern Italy.
Pollard, Richard, Ph.D. (2009), Cambridge
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Slavery in Árpád-era Hungary in a comparative context.
Sutt, Cameron M., Ph.D. (2008), Cambridge
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Monastic forgery in southern Italy during the central middle ages (c.900-1150).
Vickers, Julie-Ann, Ph.D. (2009), Cambridge
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Kinship in the Viking diaspora: Icelanders and their relations across the north Atlantic.
Vohra, Pragya, Ph.D. (2009), York (Townend, Matthew; Garrison, Mary)
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Gregory the Great and debate concerning the cult of saints in the early Byzantine Mediterranean and its hinterland during the later 6th and 7th centuries.
Dal Santo, Matthew J., Ph.D. (2009), Cambridge
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Objects, people and exchange: material culture in medieval southern Italy, c.600-c.1200.
Goskar, Tehmina, Ph.D. (2009), Southampton (Skinner, Trish)
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The men who would be kings: challenges to royal authority in the Frankish regna, c.500-700.
Hofmann, Julia, D.Phil. (2008), Oxford
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The representation of Narbonne in late antiquity: 410-720.
Riess, Frank Trevor, Ph.D. (2009), London
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Urban development in northern Italy: Emilia, Venetia, Liguria and Tuscia (c.400-c.774).
Spedale-Latimer, Simona, Ph.D. (2009), Sheffield (Loseby, Simon)
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The cult of St. Margaret of Antioch in medieval England.
Dresvina, Yuliana, Ph.D. (2007), Cambridge
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The English household chapel, c.1100 -c.1500: an institutional study.
Rawlinson, Kent A.C., Ph.D. (2008), Durham (Harvey, Margaret H.; Rollason, David W.)
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The Lincolnshire marsh: landscape evolution, settlement development and the salt industry.
Fenwick, Helen, Ph.D. (2007), Hull
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Experiencing small medieval urban buildings: the history, architecture and archaeology of Abbey Row, Tewkesbury (England).
Kelso, Glynn C., Ph.D. (2007), Belfast
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Catalysts and constraints of castle-building in Suffolk c.1066-1200 A.D.
McAndrew, Duncan, Ph.D. (2008), London (Milne, Gustav; Reynolds, Andrew)
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Forgotten revelation: the iconographic development of the Anglo-Norman verse and early prose apocalypse manuscripts.
Ross, Nancy L., Ph.D. (2007), Cambridge
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