Medieval

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Mercian hegemony and the Church.
Garty, Lisa J., Ph.D. (1997), Leeds (Wood, Ian N.)
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Anglo-Scandinavian settlement in the lower Trent valley, 750-1066 A.D.: settlements, fields and boundaries.
Nash, Beryl R., Ph.D. (1997), London (Unwin, P. Tim H.)
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The Collectio Canonum Hibernensis and its sources.
Davies, Luned M., D.Phil. (1996), Oxford (Charles-Edwards, Thomas M.O.)
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Aspects of dynastic kingship in early medieval Ireland.
Irwin, Philip T., D.Phil. (1998), Oxford (Charles-Edwards, Thomas M.O.)
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The maritime cultural landscape of Viking and late Norse Orkney.
Allen, formerly Bowman, Anne, Ph.D. (1995), Durham (Hamerow, Helena F.; Millett, M.J.)
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Women of the church in early medieval Ireland, c.450-1150.
Harrington, Christina W., Ph.D. (1997), London (Davies, Wendy E.)
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The Anglo-Saxon charters of Exeter: an edition and commentary.
Insley, Charles L.G., D.Phil. (1998), Oxford (Chaplais, Pierre T.V.M.)
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Nec silentio praetereundum: the significance of the miraculous in the Anglo-Saxon church in the time of Bede.
Hustler, Jonathan R., Ph.D. (1998), Durham (Rollason, David W.)
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The British Church and Anglo-Saxon expansion: the evidence of saints' cults.
Wakeford, Mark R., Ph.D. (1998), Durham (Rollason, David W.)
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Minster churches in the Dorset landscape.
Hall, Teresa A., M.Phil. (1997), Leicester (Fox, Harold S.A.)
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Conflict and assimilation: relations between the Celtic and Roman churches, c.600-768.
Corning, Caitlin C., Ph.D. (1996), Leeds (Wood, Ian N.)
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Byzantine Larissa to 1204.
Koulouras, George, M.Phil. (1995), St. Andrews (Magdalino, P.)
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The coinage of Deventer, 983-1100.
Coleman, Robert D., D.Phil. (1996), Oxford (Metcalf, D. Michael)
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Literacy in Lombard Italy, 568-774 A.D.
Everett, Nicholas C., Ph.D. (1997), Cambridge (McKitterick, Rosamond D.)
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A medieval woodland manor: Hanley Castle, Worcs.
Toomey, James P., Ph.D. (1997), Birmingham (Dyer, Christopher C.)
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History and legend in the chronicle of Peter of Langtoft.
Wilde, James F., Ph.D. (1998), Manchester (Denton, Jeffrey H.)
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Church monuments in Norfolk and Norwich before 1850.
Finch, Jonathan, Ph.D. (1997), East Anglia (Williamson, Tom M.; Morgan, Victor F.G.)
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The origins, rise and decline of free mining customs in England and North Wales: a legal standpoint.
Tew, David, Ph.D. (1998), Leicester (Palmer, Marilyn)
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The charters of Thoby priory (mid 12th - early 16th century).
Cooper, Donna L., Ph.D. (1996), London (Mason, E. Emma)
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The principality and lordship of Powys Wenwynwyn in the 13th century.
Hogan, Christopher M., M.Phil. (1998), Sheffield (Walker, Simon K.)
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The texts, transmission and circulation of some 11th-century Anglo-Latin saints' Lives.
Love, Rosalind C., Ph.D. (1993), Cambridge (Lapidge, M.)
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Monastic estates of Amounderness 1066-1540: their extent and contribution to the agricultural development of the area.
Marshall, Bernard B., M.Phil. (1999), Lancaster (Mullett, Michael A.)
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'Through a glass darkly': the biography of a Domesday landscape - the nova foresta.
Mew, Karen A., Ph.D. (1997), Reading (Astill, Grenville G.; Curry, Anne E.)
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Medieval buildings in Westmorland.
Lott, Beryl, Ph.D. (1996), Nottingham (Dixon, Philip W.)
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Topography and society in Boston, 1086-1400.
Mattinson, A., M.Phil. (1996), Nottingham (Jones, Michael C.E.)
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The composite manor of Brent: a study of a large wetland-edge estate up to 1350.
Harrison, Jem D., Ph.D. (1997), Leicester (Fox, Harold S.A.)
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Woods, wolds and groves: the woodland of medieval Warwickshire.
Wager, Sarah J., Ph.D. (1996), Birmingham (Bassett, Steven R.)
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Medieval chapels in Devon.
James, Jeanne, M.Phil. (1997), Exeter (Orme, Nicholas I.)
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The Polden Hill manors of Glastonbury abbey: land and people, c.1260-1351.
Thompson, Michael G., Ph.D. (1997), Leicester (Fox, Harold S.A.)
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Territoriality and the territorialization of W. Cornwall.
Harvey, David, Ph.D. (1997), Exeter (Gibson, Alex J.; Shaw, Gareth)
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