Medieval

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The cult of St. Thecla in Anglo-Saxon England.
Franc, Catherine A., Ph.D. (2003), Manchester
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The regimen in late medieval England.
Hardingham, Glenn J., Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Jones, Peter M.)
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England and medieval anti-semitism, 1150-1350: clerical sermons and the transmission of stereotypes.
Kovalcik, Timothy Mitchell, Ph.D. (2005), Bristol
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The politics of mercy: the use of the royal pardon in 14th-century England.
Lacey, Helen, Ph.D. (2005), York (Havely, Nicholas; Ormrod, W. Mark)
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The clerical physician in late medieval England.
Ralley, Robert C., Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Kassell, Lauren)
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Reflections of reality in the manor court: Sutton-in-the-Isle, 1308-91.
Smith, Erin N. McGibbon, Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Hatcher, M.J.)
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The medieval landscape and economy of the Forest of Dean.
Townley, Elizabeth L., Ph.D. (2005), Bristol
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The practice of Irish kingship in the central middle ages.
Zumbuhl, Mark J., Ph.D. (2005), Glasgow
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The career of Matilda of Boulogne as countess and queen in England, 1135-52.
Dark, Patricia A., D.Phil. (2005), Oxford (Thomson, Benjamin J.)
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Sheep farming in medieval Gwynedd and Pembrokeshire.
Johnson, Catherine, Ph.D. (2005), Wales (Burton, Janet E.)
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Lordship and land: Suffolk in the 10th and 11th centuries.
Marten-Holden, Lucy, M.Phil. (2005), East Anglia (Harper-Bill, Christopher)
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Historical resource use and ecological change in semi-natural woodland: Western Oakwoods in Argyll, Scotland.
Sansum, Philip, Ph.D. (2005), Stirling (Tipping, Richard; Watson, Fiona J.)
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English vernacular script, c.990-c.1035.
Stokes, Peter A., Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Dumville, David N.)
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Kinship in 13th-century England: the canon law and the common land.
Worby, Samantha J., Ph.D. (2005), London (d'Avray, David L.)
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The Anglo-Norman aristocracy of Kent and Sussex.
Yarlett, Richard, M.Phil. (2005), St. Andrews (Bartlett, Robert J.)
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Henry VII and parliament.
Cavill, Paul R., D.Phil. (2005), Oxford (Gunn, Steven J.)
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Rewriting history in the cult of St. Cuthbert from the 9th to the 12th centuries.
Crumplin, Sally, Ph.D. (2005), St. Andrews (Bartlett, Robert J.)
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Welsh kingship, A.D. 383-1063: a reassessment of terminology and political formation.
Stokes, Kaele L., Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Dumville, David N.)
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The impact of the Black Death on 17 units of account of the bishopric of Winchester.
Arthur, Paula, Ph.D. (2005), Southampton (James, Thomas B.; Hicks, Michael A.; Page, M.)
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Bastard feudalism and the bishops of Winchester, c.1300-1500.
Brown, Richard, Ph.D. (2005), Southampton (Hicks, Michael A.; James, Thomas B.)
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The small towns of medieval Gloucestershire: origins and development.
Catchpole, Antonia, Ph.D. (2004), Birmingham (Slater, Terry R.)
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The law enforcement policy of Edward IV and its impact, with special reference to Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, Hertfordshire and Essex, 1461-83.
Coates, Neil J., Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Carpenter, M. Christine)
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The estate of Gloucester abbey, 1086-1348.
Smyth, Graham P., Ph.D. (2004), Birmingham (Dyer, Christopher C.)
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The Reformatio Legum Ecclesiasticarum and ecclesiastical law reform under the Tudors: society, politics and religion.
Jackson, J.F., D.Phil. (2003), Oxford
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Sanctuary in the reign of Henry VII, with particular reference to Beverley and Durham.
Sartain, D., Ph.D. (2003), Cambridge (Carpenter, M. Christine)
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Knighthood, chivalry and the Crown in 15th-century Scotland, 1424-1513.
Stevenson, Katherine C., Ph.D. (2003), Edinburgh (Boardman, Stephen I.; Goodare, Julian)
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Psalms and early Tudor humanism.
Taylor, A.W., Ph.D. (2003), Cambridge
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Vernacular humanism in England, c.1440-1485.
Wakelin, D.L., Ph.D. (2003), Cambridge (Beadle, H. Richard L.)
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Ecclesiastical justice and the detection of heresy in England, 1380-1430.
Forrest, Ian J., D.Phil. (2002), Oxford (Rubin, Miri E.; Davies, R R)
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Society, economy and lordship in Devon in the age of the first two Courtenay earls, c.1297-1377.
Burls, Robin J., D.Phil. (2002), Oxford (Davies, R. Rees)
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