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  1. Alex Esposito First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Performing the ritual. A study of religious performers and their activities in Roman Britain

    1/10/20131/01/2018

  2. George Maher

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The secrets of economic success and the causes of failure. The case of Imperial Rome

    9/01/20121/05/2016

  3. Becky Littlechilds

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The ascetic 'decision' and the formation of the virguncula in Jerome's letters to Eustochium, Laeta, Gaudentius, and Demetrias

    1/10/20101/01/2015

  4. Jason Lundock First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    A study of the deposition and distribution of copper alloy vessels in Roman Britain

    1/10/20101/12/2014

  5. Claire Millington First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    What is the nature of the relationship between the Roman army auxiliary commanders' household along the frontiers of the western provinces during the first three centuries AD and the wider Roman army, society, politics, and culture?

    6/01/2014 → …

  6. Federico Ugolini First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The Roman ports of the Northern and Central Adriatic Sea (Italian peninsula): form, role and representation.

    1/10/20121/05/2017

  7. Tom Brindle First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The Portable Antiquities Scheme and Roman Britain: an evaluation of the potential for using amateur metal detector data as an archaeolgical resource

    1/10/20061/08/2011

  8. Sally Cottam First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Developments in Roman Glass Vessels in Italy, France, Britain and the Lower Rhineland c.A.D.40-A.D.110

    11/01/20101/05/2019

  9. Chloe Clark First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Focussing on Colour: colour symbolism in dress ornaments from burials in Roman Britain and the Western Provinces.

    1/10/2016 → …

  10. Kaja Stemberger First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    An Analysis of Funerary Evidence and Identity at Colonia Iulia Emona

    1/10/20131/01/2018

  11. Danielle Joh

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Traveling Ideas across Postcolonialism and Romanization: a comparative study of Romanization discourse from postcolonial perspectives in Anglo-Saxon and French scholarship in the 20th and 21st centuries

    6/01/20141/07/2018

  12. Kee-Hyun Ban

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    'Winning hearts and minds'?: The Roman Army in the Eastern Provinces under the Principate (27 BCE - 284 CE)

    1/10/20111/03/2016

  13. Stephanie Smith First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Master of Philosophy

    Settlement and Connectivity in the English Channel: the Isle of Wight and its setting in the Iron Age and Roman periods

    1/07/2016 → …

  14. Matthew Magee First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Master of Philosophy

    The project is to study the role of temples in the public and religious life of Roman Britain, exploring both religious experience at individual sites and relationships between different temples.

    6/04/2020 → …

  15. Elena Svettini Remme

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Decoration and Society in the houses of Hellenistic-Roman Agrigento

    8/01/2019 → …

  16. Edwin Wood First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Roman military finds from non-military contexts and the role of the Roman army in Romano-British society.

    1/10/2018 → …

  17. Orestis Mitintzis

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Iron Age Macedon: Ethnicity and Material Culture.

    1/10/2016 → …

  18. Peter Kucera

    Theology & Religious Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The first extensive independent study of the identification of Bethsaida of the Gospels with et-Tell. This identification will be subjected to a multi-disciplinary scrutiny, leaving no stone unturned.

    3/04/201728/01/2019

  19. Nicola Hurt First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Master of Philosophy

    Roman folding knife handles in the north western provinces: a study of geographic and social distribution and iconographic significance

    1/10/2019 → …

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