Medieval

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Medieval pottery production in England.
Marter, Philip, Ph.D. (2006), Southampton
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Medieval Rothley, Leicestershire: manor, soke and parish.
McLoughlin, Vanessa, Ph.D. (2006), Leicester
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Anglo-Saxon magic: aspects of popular religion in England, 800-1066.
Skidmore, R. Lewis, Ph.D. (2005), Birmingham
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Challenges posed by the geography of the Scottish Highlands to ecclesiastical endeavour over the centuries.
Stephen, John Rothney, Ph.D. (2004), Glasgow
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Aspects of the Anglo-Saxon and Norman mint of Worcester, 975-1158.
Symons, David J., Ph.D. (2003), Birmingham
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Remembering the dead in Anglo-Saxon England.
Devlin, Zoe, Ph.D. (2006), York
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The Anglo-Saxon origins of Stafford and its churches.
Edwards, Matthew J., M.Phil. (2005), Birmingham
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The Roman-medieval transition in the Essex landscape: a study in persistence, continuity and change.
Morris, Brynmor W., Ph.D. (2005), Exeter
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The church in Anglo-Saxon Yorkshire: ‘minsters’ in the Danelaw, c.600-1200.
Pickles, Thomas, D.Phil. (2006), Oxford
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The symbolic life of birds in Anglo-Saxon England.
Ramirez, Janina, Ph.D. (2006), York
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Royalty and the church in Ireland and Britain to A.D. 1050.
Schaffer, B., Ph.D. (2006), Cambridge
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Portaying the unknown, picturing the unseen? Portraits of women in late 15th- and 16th-century Venice.
Scherf, B.-S., Ph.D. (2006), Cambridge
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Political roles of women in the earlier Anglo-Saxon period.
Sterling, William E., Ph.D. (2006), London
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Piety and purgatory: wall-mounted memorials from the southern Netherlands, c.1380-1520.
Brine, Douglas, Ph.D. (2006), London
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'Pour le bien du roy et de son royaume': Burgundian propaganda under John the Fearless, duke of Burgundy, 1405-19.
Hutchison, Emily, Ph.D. (2006), York
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Chymistry and crucibles in the Renaissance laboratory: an archaeometric and historical study.
Martinon-Torres, Marcos, Ph.D. (2005), London
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Unbound possessions: the circulation of used goods in Florence, c.1450-1600.
Matchette, Elizabeth A., D.Phil. (2006), Sussex
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The presence, patronage and artistic importance of the German community in cinquecento Venice.
Oakes, S.P., Ph.D. (2006), Cambridge
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The use of drawings in the communication between artists and patrons in Italy during the 15th and 16th centuries.
Pesenti, Allegra, Ph.D. (2006), London
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The de Vere earls of Oxford, 1400-1513.
Ross, James A., D.Phil. (2004), Oxford (Archer, Rowena E.)
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Viking-age coin finds from the Isle of Man: a study of coin circulation, production and concepts of wealth.
Collins, K.A. Bornholdt, Ph.D. (2004), Cambridge (Hills, Catherine M.)
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Gender, nation and conquest in William of Malmesbury's Gesta Regum Anglorum
Fenton, Kirsten A., Ph.D. (2004), Liverpool
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Shropshire and the March of Wales, c.1070-1283: the creation of separate identities.
Lieberman, Max, D.Phil. (2004), Oxford (Davies, R Rees)
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Ecclesiastical structural reform in Ireland and Scotland in the 11th and 12th centuries.
Miller, Karen, Ph.D. (2003), Aberdeen (Ditchburn, David M.)
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The royal lieutenancy: case studies of the houses of Argyll and Huntly, 1475-1567.
Ross, Graeme, M.Phil. (2002), Aberdeen (Macinnes, Allan I.)
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Praise and propaganda: prophetic poetry in Wales.
Schoales, Elizabeth, Ph.D. (2003), Wales (Burton, Janet E.; Thorne, David)
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Race, gender and wealth in a medieval Welsh borough: access to capital, market participation and status in Ruthin, 1312-22.
Stevens, Matthew F., Ph.D. (2005), Wales (Schofield, Phillipp)
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Minor landlords and peasants in the 'long 15th century', c.1380-1530: a social and economic study of rural Northamptonshire.
Taylor, Fredrik C., Ph.D. (2004), Birmingham
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Fundatio, ordinatio and statuta: the statutes and constitutional documents of English hospitals to 1300.
Watson, Sethina C., D.Phil. (2004), Oxford (Leyser, Henrietta L.V.)
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Articulating the Hijaba: 'Amirid artistic and cultural patronage in al-Andalus, c.970-1010.
Rosser-Owen, Mariam S.A., D.Phil. (2004), Oxford
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