Medieval

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Family, lordship and service - the Courcys in the 11th and 12th centuries.
Flanders, Steve, Ph.D. (2005), Belfast
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Religious women and their communities in late medieval Scotland.
Curran, Kimberly A., Ph.D. (2006), Glasgow
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Roman influences in Anglo-Saxon Britain.
Dailey, Erin T., M.A. (2007), Leeds
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A study of the early recorded place-names of the South Cumbria area.
Corrigan, Linda M., Ph.D. (2006), Manchester
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Church reform ideas and practices in 15th-century England: with special reference to Reginald Pecock, Thomas Gascoigne and college foundations.
Choi, Jong W., Ph.D. (2006), Birmingham
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Bruno Von Rappoltstein: power relationships in later medieval Alsace.
Carter, Geoffrey P., M.A. (2008), Durham
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The family in the 'Islendingasögur': myth or reality.
Archer, Emily, Ph.D. (2006), East Anglia
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The Augustinian canons and their benefactors in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield.
Abram, Andrew, Ph.D. (2007), Wales
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'Shame on him who allows them to live': the Jacquerie of 1358.
Aiton, Douglas, Ph.D. (2007), Glasgow
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The church and communities: Cluny and its local patrons, 900-1050.
Halton, Sarah E., Ph.D. (2006), Birmingham
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'The anatomy of abuses': artifice, nature and the body, c.1300-1700.
Bowen, Rachel, Ph.D. (2006), Cardiff
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Pope John XXII and the Franciscan ideal of poverty.
Brunner, Melanie, Ph.D. (2006), Leeds
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The career and writings of Demetrius Kydones: a study of Byzantine politics and society, c.1347-c.1373.
Gilliland, Judith, D.Phil. (2006), Oxford
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Charles II of Navarre and England.
Gray, Fabia A., M.Phil. (2006), Nottingham
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Chivalry as community and culture: the military elite of the late 13th and 14th century.
Honeywell, Mark, Ph.D. (2006), York
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The Gattilusio lordships in the Aegean, 1354-1462.
Wright, Christopher, Ph.D. (2006), London
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Byzantine coinage, A.D. 1204-1453: some problems in monetary affairs.
Lianta, Eleni, D.Phil. (2005), Oxford
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Art, artist, patron, community in Venetian Crete, 1200-1450.
Newall, Diana, Ph.D. (2006), London
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The transmission, reception and use of information about and idea of the Indies in Europe, c.1250-1450.
O'Doherty, Marianne, Ph.D. (2006), Leeds
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Urban society and communal independence in 12th-century southern Italy.
Oldfield, Paul, Ph.D. (2006), Leeds
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Crusade and pilgrimage spirituality, c.1095-c.1187.
Purkis, W.J., Ph.D. (2006), Cambridge
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Vengeance and the crusades, 1095-1216.
Throop, S.A., Ph.D. (2006), Cambridge
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What was the Investiture Controversy a controversy about?
Knight, Emma, M.A. (2005), Durham
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The two expeditions of the Byzantine Emperor Romanos IV Diogenes in 1068 and 1069.
Vratimos-Chatzopoulos, Antonios, Ph.D. (2006), Wales
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The 'imperial rule' of Cnut the Great: a re-examination of the nature of his hegemony in England and Scandinavia.
Bolton, T., Ph.D. (2006), Cambridge
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The coming-of-age of a northern Iberian frontier bishopric: Calahorra, 1045-1190.
Carl, Carolina, Ph.D. (2005), St. Andrews
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Miracle stories and communities: local saints' cults in Aquitaine and the Flanders region, c.850-c.1050.
Fisher, Helen, Ph.D. (2001), Birmingham
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Political history of the Carolingian kingdom of Lotharingia, 843-925.
Hope, George A., Ph.D. (2006), Glasgow
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'Bloodied banners': the form and function of military display on the medieval battlefield.
Jones, Robert W., Ph.D. (2006), Cardiff
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Founding for salvation: the burial chapel of the founder in Byzantine monastic institutions and its decoration.
Kotoula, Dimitra, Ph.D. (2006), London
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