Medieval

Results
Milites Christi in Hortis Liliorum Domini? Hagiographic constructions of masculinity and holiness in 13th-century Liege.
More, Alison, Ph.D. (2004), Bristol (Meussig, Carolyn)
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Constructions of sanctity and the Anglo-Saxon missions to the Continent, 690-900.
Palmer, James T., Ph.D. (2004), Sheffield (Foot, Sarah; Loseby, Simon)
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The property rights and strategies of widows in Iceland and Yorkshire in the 12th and 13th centuries: a comparison.
Ricketts, Philadelphia, Ph.D. (2004), Liverpool (Stafford, Pauline)
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Childhood in Anglo-Saxon and Frankish hagiography, c.A.D. 400-1000.
Tytel, Emma, Ph.D. (2004), Southampton (Golding, Brian J.; Skinner, Patricia)
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Tudor revolution? Royal control of the Anglo-Scottish border, 1483-1530.
Etty, Claire J., Ph.D. (2006), Durham
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'Danger - falling masonry': rebuilding the ruins of St. Radegund's abbey, Kent.
Huitson, Toby, M.A. (2006), Kent
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A sensible Reformation: the senses and liturgical life in Tudor England.
Milner, Matthew, Ph.D. (2006), Warwick
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Personal names of men in Wales, Cornwall and Brittany, 400-1400 A.D.
Cane, Meredith, Ph.D. (2003), Wales (Aberystwyth)
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Household materials and social networks in Norwich, 1371-1500: a study of testamentary evidence.
Dauteuille, Karine J., Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Smith, Richard M.)
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The influence of 'Lollardy' and reformist ideas on English legislation, c.1376-c.1422.
Foulser, Nicholas E., Ph.D. (2005), St. Andrews (Given-Wilson, Chris)
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The De Excidio Britonum of Gildas and the early British church: an interdisciplinary approach.
George, Karen L., Ph.D. (2005), Leeds (Wood, Ian N.)
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Landscape, power and politics: the place of the park in medieval English society, c.1100-c.1535.
Mileson, Stephen A., D.Phil. (2005), Oxford (Watts, John L.)
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Representations of the Nativity in the art and vernacular literature of the Anglo-Saxons.
Condie, Victoria A.H., D.Phil. (2005), Oxford
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The cult of St. Thecla in Anglo-Saxon England.
Franc, Catherine A., Ph.D. (2003), Manchester
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The regimen in late medieval England.
Hardingham, Glenn J., Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Jones, Peter M.)
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England and medieval anti-semitism, 1150-1350: clerical sermons and the transmission of stereotypes.
Kovalcik, Timothy Mitchell, Ph.D. (2005), Bristol
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The politics of mercy: the use of the royal pardon in 14th-century England.
Lacey, Helen, Ph.D. (2005), York (Havely, Nicholas; Ormrod, W. Mark)
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The clerical physician in late medieval England.
Ralley, Robert C., Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Kassell, Lauren)
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Reflections of reality in the manor court: Sutton-in-the-Isle, 1308-91.
Smith, Erin N. McGibbon, Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Hatcher, M.J.)
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The medieval landscape and economy of the Forest of Dean.
Townley, Elizabeth L., Ph.D. (2005), Bristol
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The practice of Irish kingship in the central middle ages.
Zumbuhl, Mark J., Ph.D. (2005), Glasgow
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The career of Matilda of Boulogne as countess and queen in England, 1135-52.
Dark, Patricia A., D.Phil. (2005), Oxford (Thomson, Benjamin J.)
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Sheep farming in medieval Gwynedd and Pembrokeshire.
Johnson, Catherine, Ph.D. (2005), Wales (Burton, Janet E.)
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Lordship and land: Suffolk in the 10th and 11th centuries.
Marten-Holden, Lucy, M.Phil. (2005), East Anglia (Harper-Bill, Christopher)
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Historical resource use and ecological change in semi-natural woodland: Western Oakwoods in Argyll, Scotland.
Sansum, Philip, Ph.D. (2005), Stirling (Tipping, Richard; Watson, Fiona J.)
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English vernacular script, c.990-c.1035.
Stokes, Peter A., Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Dumville, David N.)
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Kinship in 13th-century England: the canon law and the common land.
Worby, Samantha J., Ph.D. (2005), London (d'Avray, David L.)
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The Anglo-Norman aristocracy of Kent and Sussex.
Yarlett, Richard, M.Phil. (2005), St. Andrews (Bartlett, Robert J.)
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Henry VII and parliament.
Cavill, Paul R., D.Phil. (2005), Oxford (Gunn, Steven J.)
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Rewriting history in the cult of St. Cuthbert from the 9th to the 12th centuries.
Crumplin, Sally, Ph.D. (2005), St. Andrews (Bartlett, Robert J.)
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