Medieval

Results
The encounter of Greeks and Franks in Cyprus in the late 12th and 13th centuries: phenomena of acculturation and ethnic awareness.
Nicolaou-Konnari, Angel, Ph.D. (1999), Wales (Edbury, Peter W.)
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Military aspects of the Albigensian crusade.
Noah, Rachel L., M.Phil. (1999), Glasgow (Strickland, Matthew J.)
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Landed society and locality in Gloucestershire, c.1240-1280.
Mullan, John, Ph.D. (1999), Wales (Coss, Peter R.)
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The Dinham family in the later middle ages
Kleineke, Hannes, Ph.D. (1998), London (Saul, Nigel E.)
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Landownership, landscape and communities in the forest of Macclesfield from the 14th century to the 20th.
Kemsley, Rachel M., Ph.D. (1999), Liverpool (Lewis, Christopher P.)
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The management of the mobilization of English armies from Edward I to Edward III.
Kaner, Ralph A., D.Phil. (1999), York (Ormrod, W. Mark)
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Neglecting the distaff? Women's involvement in Languedocian Catharism, c.1190- c.1320.
Jones, Felicity A., D.Phil. (1999), York (Biller, Peter P.A.)
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Creating communities: elites, ideology and literature in 9th- and 10th-century Ireland.
Johnston, Elva B., D.Phil. (1998), Oxford (Sharpe, Richard)
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In the name of the father: wardship in romance and law, c.1200-c.1420.
James, Noël, D.Phil. (1999), York (Riddy, Felicity J.; Goldberg, P. Jeremy P.)
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Images of Jews in medieval Scotland and England.
Jackson, Fraser A, M.Sc. (1999), Edinburgh
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Godsfield preceptory and its cartulary.
Beard, Felicity, Ph.D. (1999), Southampton
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Imported Mediterranean medieval and post-medieval pottery from the 12th to the 17th centuries.
Gutierrez, Alejandra, M.Phil. (1999), Southampton
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Wiltshire minster parochiae and ecclesiastical organization in Anglo-Saxon Wessex.
Pitt, Jonathan, Ph.D. (1999), Southampton
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The foreign policy of the Emperor Alexios I Komnenos, 1081-c.1100.
Doimi de Frankopan Subic, Peter J., D.Phil. (1998), Oxford (Howard-Johnston, James D.)
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The contract of marriage: the maritagium from the 11th to the 13th century.
de Trafford, Claire E., Ph.D. (1999), Leeds (Childs, Wendy R.; Crouch, David B.)
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Piety, property and power in 8th-century central Italy: the rise of the abbey of Farfa in its social and political context, c.690-787.
Costambeys, Marios J., Ph.D. (1999), Cambridge (McKitterick, Rosamond D.)
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Propaganda, allegiance and sedition in the Tudor South-West, c.1497-1570.
Cooper, John P.D., D.Phil. (1999), Oxford (Davies, Clifford S.L.)
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Christians in Al-Andalus, 8th-10th centuries.
Christys, Ann R., Ph.D. (1999), Leeds (Wood, Ian N.)
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England and the Empire, 1216-72.
Weiler, Björn, Ph.D. (1999), St. Andrews (Bartlett, Robert J.)
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'For circumstances must dictate the proper means': a study in the history of logistics with special reference to 13th-century England.
Vaughn, Mark, Ph.D. (1999), Reading (Curry, Anne E.)
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The Nevilles and the political establishment in north-eastern England, 1377-1413.
Arvanigian, Mark E., Ph.D. (1998), Durham (Britnell, Richard H.)
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The cult of St. Magnus.
Antonsson, Haki, Ph.D. (1999), St. Andrews (Crawford, Barbara E.)
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An investigation into the English language teacher, 1340-1800: a historical perspective
Drennan, N.H., M.Phil. (1997), London
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Image and pilgrimage: the cult of the Virgin of Czestochowa in the late middle ages.
Maniura, R.J., Ph.D. (1998), London
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The Book of Llandaf in its early 12th-century Cambro-Norman context.
Davies, John R., Ph.D. (1997), Cambridge (Dumville, David N.)
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The Synonyma by Isidore of Seville as a source in Anglo-Saxon England.
Di Sciacca, C., Ph.D. (2003), Cambridge
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Anglo-Saxon attitudes to the past: a landscape perspective.
Semple, S.J., D.Phil. (2003), Oxford
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The status of women in Anglo-Saxon Mercia from the 7th to the 11th century.
Pyle, Claire E., M.Phil. (1997), Nottingham
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Athletic competition in pre-industrial Wales, c.1066-1880.
Lile, Emma, M.Phil. (1994), Birmingham
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Papal authority and the Barons' Crusade of 1239.
Lower, Michael T.R., Ph.D. (1999), Cambridge (Riley-Smith, Jonathan S.C.)
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