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    • Clare of Assisi : shaping a new paradigm of sainthood. 

      Sutherland, Gabrielle E. (2010-02-02)
      Separating the historical figure of Saint Clare from the icon handed down from history is a significant part of this study. Part of the complexity of the life of Clare of Assisi rested in the negotiation of her very public ...
    • Land reform and the fall of the Roman Republic, 133-83 BC. 

      Hanna, Michael. (2006-10-26)
      This thesis follows the birth and growth of the land reform movement in Roman politics from the period of 133 - 83 BC. Beginning with Tiberius Gracchus in 133 and moving through the periods of leadership of Gaius Gracchus ...
    • The military and administrative leadership of the Black Prince. 

      Tidwell, Ashley K. (2008-10-28)
      Edward of Woodstock, Prince of Wales and Aquitaine (1330-1376), has been analyzed on many different levels for his military genius in battle during the Hundred Years War. Known as the Black Prince, Edward had an effective ...
    • Petrarch's Africa I-IV: a translation and commentary. 

      Ellis, Erik Z. D. (2008-04-15)
      English-speaking scholars have neglected Francesco Petrarch's self-proclaimed masterwork, the Africa. Focusing on Petrarch's vernacular poetry and to a lesser extent his Latin prose, scholars overlook his Latin verse. Of ...