Medieval

Results
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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The production and the historical context of the Vitae Dunstani of Osbern, Eadmer and William of Malmesbury, c.1090-c. 1130.
Vaughan, Alexander, Ph.D. (2008), Cambridge
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Health in southern and eastern England: a perspective on the early medieval period.
Arce, Alvaro L., Ph.D. (2007), Durham (Roberts, Charlotte; Millard, Andrew)
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Contested loyalties: regional and national identities in the midland kingdoms of Anglo-Saxon England, c.700-c.900.
Capper, Morn D.T., Ph.D. (2008), Sheffield (Foot, Sarah)
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Scandinavian settlement of northern Shetland: Northmavine, Yell, Unst and Fetlar.
Marttila, Juha M., Ph.D. (2008), Glasgow (Batey, Colleen E.)
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Materials for the study of the cult of St. Agnes of Rome in Anglo-Saxon England: texts and interpretations.
Phillips, Christine, Ph.D. (2008), York (Garrison, Mary; Corona, Gabriella)
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Horsemen and warriors: sculptural patronage in Viking age Northumbria.
Russell, Natalie, M.Phil. (2008), York (Hawkes, Jane; Cubitt, Catherine)
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Towards a reception history of the surviving Old English Bede manuscripts: a diachronic sudy extending from the date of their production in Anglo-Saxon England to their first appearance in print in 1643.
Taylor, Lorraine, Ph.D. (2007), Belfast
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Viking-age settlements in north-west England: a re-consideration.
Watson, Richard, Ph.D. (2008), Manchester (Higham, Nicholas)
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Fulbert of Chartres and his circle: scholarship and society in 11th-century France.
Gowers, Bernard G., D.Phil. (2007), Oxford
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English medieval bone flutes, c.450-c.1550 A.D.
Leaf, Helen, Ph.D. (2008), London
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Animal visual culture in the middle ages: an archaeological study of animal representations in Britain.
Phillips, Sarah J.F.S., Ph.D. (2008), Durham (Graves, Pam; Rowley-Conwy, Peter)
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The client network, connections and patronage of Sir John Howard (Lord Howard, first duke of Norfolk) in north-east Essex and south Suffolk.
Ashdown-Hill, John, Ph.D. (2008), Essex (Thornton, Christopher)
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Political communication in early Tudor England: the Bristol elite, the urban community and the crown, c.1471-c.1553.
Lee, James M., Ph.D. (2007), West of England
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Mortality and life expectancy: Winchester College and the New College, Oxford c.1393-c.1540.
Oakes, Rebecca, Ph.D. (2008), Southampton (Hicks, Michael A.; Beaumont James, Tom)
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