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Antiquity through medieval eyes: the appropriation of antique art in the trecento.
Kouneni, Garyfallia, Ph.D. (2009), St. Andrews
Grasping schemer or hostage to fortune: the life and career of Stigand, last Anglo-Saxon archbishop of Canterbury.
Mitton, Nancy L., Ph.D. (2009), St. Andrews
Foreign and native on the English stage, 1588-1611: metaphor and national identity.
Pettegree, Jane K., Ph.D. (2009), St. Andrews
Earl Rognvaldr Kali: crisis and development in 12th-century Orkney.
Prescott, Joshua, M.Phil. (2009), St. Andrews
Reviving the past: 18th-century evangelical interpretations of church history.
Schmidt, Darren W., Ph.D. (2009), St. Andrews
Odoardo Fialetti (1573-c.1638): the interrelation of Venetian art and anatomy, and his importance in England.
Walters, Laura M., Ph.D. (2009), St. Andrews
International competition and strategic response in the Dundee jute industry during the inter-war (1919-39) and post-war (1945-60s) period: the case of Jute Industries, Buist Spinning, Craiks and Scott and Fyfe.
Masrani, S.K., Ph.D. (2008), St. Andrews
The impact of the Union of 1707 on early 18th-century Fife electoral politics, 1707-47.
Deatherage, Janet V., Ph.D. (2006), St. Andrews
Muslim-Christian relations in Palestine during the British Mandate period.
Freas, Erik E., Ph.D. (2006), St. Andrews
The rise of the Almohads: Islam, identity and belief in north Africa.
Fromherz, Allen J., Ph.D. (2006), St. Andrews
The power of Shakespearean culture: an analysis of Shakespeare’s role in healing England during World War I.
Lee, Nancy C.F., M.Phil. (2006), St. Andrews
‘From water every living thing’: water mills, irrigation and agriculture in the Bil?d al-Sh?m - perspectives on history, architecture, landscape and society, A.D. 1100-1850. [As with lines over]
Schriwer, Charlotte, Ph.D. (2006), St. Andrews
The coming-of-age of a northern Iberian frontier bishopric: Calahorra, 1045-1190.
Carl, Carolina, Ph.D. (2005), St. Andrews
The magistrates of Republican Sicily: their duties and social interaction, 132-70 B.C.
Covino, Ralph J., Ph.D. (2005), St. Andrews
No lasting city: Rome, Jerusalem and the place of Hebrews in the history of earliest 'Christianity'.
Mosser, Carl, Ph.D. (2005), St. Andrews
The Vivarini workshop and its patrons, c.1430-c.1450.
Holgate, Ian R., Ph.D. (1999), St. Andrews
The patronage and production of the 'Book of Hours' of James IV and Margaret Tudor.
Lyle, Suzanne, Ph.D. (1999), St. Andrews
The Wright Incorporation of Perth minute books, 1700-1840: a transcription.
Petznick, Laura W.S., Ph.D. (1999), St. Andrews
St. Andrews University Library in the 18th century: Scottish education and print culture.
Simpson, Matthew, Ph.D. (1999), St. Andrews
The presbyteries of Cupar, Dundee and St. Andrews during the ten years' conflict and Disruption.
Briand, Kenneth C., Ph.D. (1992), St. Andrews