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    • The career of Robert of Thurnham, 1191-1211 

      Yarlett, Richard Paul (2007-06-21) - Thesis
      This thesis examines the career of Robert II of Thurnham a high ranking curial official, whose career in the royal service spanned the reigns of both Richard I [1189-1199] and John [1199-1216]. The thesis begins by ...
    • Livery and dule : dressing life and death in the late medieval Scottish royal household 

      Westerhof Nyman, Perin Joy (University of St Andrews, 2021-07-01) - Thesis
      This thesis examines the use of meaningful and symbolic dress at the late medieval Scottish royal court, arguing that group displays of colour-coded clothing, exemplified by livery and mourning dress, played key political ...
    • The development of Kentish society from the Anglo-Saxon invasions to the Norman conquest 

      Vaiden, Caroline (University of St Andrews, 1971) - Thesis
      Bede in 731 recorded the awareness that Kent 'was different from the rest of England, a difference that remained apparent for many centuries, medieval Kent was a land of hamlet settlements measured in sulungs, not of ...
    • The Mamluks and the Armenian kingdom during the reigns of King Hetùm II (1289-1307) 

      Stewart, Angus Donal (University of St Andrews, 2000) - Thesis
      This dissertation describes the history of the Armenian kingdom in Cilicia, and the relations between the Mamluks and the Armenians, especially during the period between 688AH/1289CE and 707/1307. The conflict between the ...
    • Teaching and preaching in late Anglo-Saxon England, 991-1020 

      Correa, Alicia Michelle Harting (University of St Andrews, 1984) - Thesis
      This study focuses on the development of Christian education in the late Anglo-Saxon period, 991-1020. It examines Abbot AElfric's and Archbishop Wulfstan's three methods of communication among Christian educators: vernacular ...