Medieval

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Psalms and early Tudor humanism.
Taylor, A.W., Ph.D. (2003), Cambridge
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Vernacular humanism in England, c.1440-1485.
Wakelin, D.L., Ph.D. (2003), Cambridge (Beadle, H. Richard L.)
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Ecclesiastical justice and the detection of heresy in England, 1380-1430.
Forrest, Ian J., D.Phil. (2002), Oxford (Rubin, Miri E.; Davies, R R)
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Society, economy and lordship in Devon in the age of the first two Courtenay earls, c.1297-1377.
Burls, Robin J., D.Phil. (2002), Oxford (Davies, R. Rees)
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The career of Roger Mortimer, 1st earl of March (c.1287-1330).
Dryburgh, Paul R., Ph.D. (2002), Bristol (Smith, Brendan .)
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The origins and development of the Scottish parliament, 1124-1329.
McQueen, Alison, Ph.D. (2002), St. Andrews (Brown, Michael H.)
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The technique of late medieval diplomacy: England and the Avignon popes, c.1342-1362.
Plöger, Karsten, D.Phil. (2002), Oxford (Catto, R.J.A.I.)
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The deposition of Richard II: sources, procedure and the law
Weber, Wolfgang C., M.Litt. (2002), Oxford (Maddicott, John R.L.)
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The estates of Chertsey abbey, c.1300-c.1540.
Forrest, Mark, M.Phil. (2002), London (Barron, Caroline M.)
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The Christology of Ramon Lull in the light of his Ars Magna.
Hughes, Robert, Ph.D. (2002), Lancaster (Pumfrey, Stephen P.)
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War, politics and landed society in Northumberland, c.1296-1408.
King, Andrew C., Ph.D. (2002), Durham (Prestwich, Michael C.)
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Health, sickness, medicine and the friars in the 13th and 14th centuries.
Montford, Angela M., Ph.D. (2002), St. Andrews (Andrews, Frances E.)
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Perceptions and reality of merchants, trade regulation and commercialization: case studies of medieval Suffolk, 1200-1500.
Davis, James, Ph.D. (2002), Cambridge (Hatcher, M. John)
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Public bodies and private spaces: locating cloistered contemplative discourses in female Franciscan spirituality in 13th-century Umbria.
Mo, Lily Anne, Ph.D. (2002), Glasgow (Roach, Andrew P.; Dunn, Marilyn J.)
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The idea of the castle in medieval Engalnd.
Wheatley, Abigail M., Ph.D. (2001), York (Grenville, Jane; Norton, E. Christopher; Riddy, Felicity J.)
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The bishops of King Stephen's reign.
Marritt, Stephen, Ph.D. (2002), Glasgow (Bates, David R.)
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The conduct and practice of diplomacy during the reign of Edward IV, 1461-83.
Meek, Edward L., Ph.D. (2001), Cambridge (Horrox, Rosemary E.)
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Literary service at the court of Henry VII
Penn, T.D., Ph.D. (2001), Cambridge (Horrox, Rosemary E.)
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Other times, other customs? Analysing the Gesta Roberti Wiscardi.
Titchen, John, Ph.D. (2002), St. Andrews (Bartlett, Robert J.)
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Conquest or colonisation: the Scandinavians in Ryedale, 9th to 11th centuries.
Carr, Sarah A., M.A. (2002), Durham (Rollason, David W.)
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Anglo-Saxon literacy at Worcester: the evidence of Oswald's leases.
Collingridge, Hannah, M.Phil. (2002), York (Tyler, Elizabeth M.; Cubitt, Catherine R.E.)
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Kingship and conversion: constructing pre-Viking Mercia.
Tyler, Damian, Ph.D. (2002), Manchester (Higham, Nicholas J.; Leyser, C. Conrad)
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'Our land is desolate as if laid waste by the enemy': Franks and Northernmen in the 9th century.
Adfield, David J., Ph.D. (2002), Sheffield (Foot, Sarah R.I.; Loseby, Simon T.)
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An examination of the horse in Anglo-Saxon England.
Cathers, Kerry, Ph.D. (2002), Reading (James, Edward F.)
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The history and development of the law of partition between co-owners of land.
Conway, Heather A., Ph.D. (1999), Belfast (Dowling, Alan)
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A study of episcopacy in Northumbria, 620-735.
Gaunt, Adam, M.A. (2002), Durham (Gilley, Sheridan W.)
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The structure of royal estates in Anglo-Saxon Wessex.
Lavelle, Ryan, Ph.D. (2002), Southampton (Yorke, Barbara A.E.; Hicks, Michael A.)
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Assembly places in the Anglo-Saxon period: aspects of form and location.
Pantos, Aliki, D.Phil. (2002), Oxford (Blair, W. John; O'Donoghue, H.)
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Aspects of episcopacy in 7th-century western Europe.
Pettiau, Herold P.C., Ph.D. (2002), Cambridge (Dumville, David N.)
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Power and politics in Provence, c.850-c.1000.
Thompson, S.N., Ph.D. (2002), Cambridge (Shepard, J.E.B.)
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