Medieval

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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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Urban communities and the Crown: relations between Bristol, York and the royal government, 1350-1400.
Liddy, Christian D., D.Phil. (1999), York (Ormrod, W. Mark)
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Perceptions of lawlessness: the contribution of the Midland honours of the earldom of Lancaster to crime and lawlessness between 1260 and 1360 and its bearing on the ballad literature of the period.
Bates, Kathryn J., Ph.D. (1999), Leicester (Housley, Norman J.)
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The De Verdun family in England, Ireland and Wales, 1066-1316: a study.
Hagger, Mark, Ph.D. (1999), St. Andrews (Bartlett, Robert J.)
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The military retinue of the Black Prince.
Green, David S., Ph.D. (1999), Nottingham (Jones, Michael C.E.)
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Economic and social aspects of three Wealden manors in the rape of Hastings during the 15th and into the 16th century.
Taylor, Brian, M.Phil. (1999), London (Davis, Virginia G.)
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The forest eyre, 1154-1368.
Winters, Jane F., Ph.D. (1999), London (Carpenter, David A.)
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Rex pacificus: studies in royal peace-making in the early medieval West.
Kershaw, Paul J.E., Ph.D. (1999), London (Nelson, Janet L.)
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A study of the extent to which existing native religious society helped to shape Scotland's reformed monastic community, 1070-1286.
Veitch, Kenneth, Ph.D. (1999), Edinburgh (Bannerman, John W.M.; Lynch, Michael)
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Thomas Tropenell esq.: a local lawyer, the gentry and estate creation.
Taylor, Frederick C., M.Phil. (1998), Birmingham (Dyer, Christopher C.)
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The Philomena of John Bradmore and its Middle English derivative: a perspective on surgery in late medieval England.
Lang, Sheila J., Ph.D. (1998), St. Andrews (Macdougall, Simone C.)
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Fine table linen in England, 1450-1750: ownership and use of a luxury commodity.
Mitchell, David M., Ph.D. (1999), London (Harte, Negley B.)
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The Keynsham hundred: a study of the evolution of a N. Somerset estate, 350-1550.
Prosser, Lee, Ph.D. (1996), Bristol
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Raising unruly voices: the laity, the vernacular and the church in late medieval England.
Hardwick, Paul, D.Phil. (1997), York
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Texts and monuments: a study of ten Anglo-Saxon churches of the pre-Viking period.
Pickles, Christopher J.R., M.Phil. (1996), York (James, Edward F.)
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Monasticism in 7th-century Neustria and Northumbria: a comparative study of Chelles, Jouarre, Monkwearmouth-Jarrow and Whitby.
Charmantier, Isabelle R. Odile, M.A. (1999), Durham (Rollason, David W.)
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Form and power: patronage and the visual arts in Florence, c.1480-1512.
Burke, Jill, Ph.D. (1999), London (Hirst, D. Michael G.; Rubin, Patricia L.)
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The archbishops and church provinces of Mainz and Cologne during the Carolingian period, 751-911.
Carroll, Christopher J., Ph.D. (1999), Cambridge (McKitterick, Rosamond D.)
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English queenship, 1445-1503.
Chamberlayne, Joanna L., D.Phil. (1999), York (Ormrod, W. Mark; Riddy, Felicity J.)
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Aristocratic and noble women in the 12th-century Anglo-Norman realm.
Johns, Susan M., Ph.D. (2000), Wales (Bates, David R.)
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