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Anglian Leadership in Northumbria, 547 A.D. through 1075 A.D.

Anglian Leadership in Northumbria, 547 A.D. through 1075 A.D.

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"Anglian Leadership in Northumbria, 547 A.D. through 1075 A.D." by Jean Anne Hayes from her PhD Dissertation, Louisiana State University, 2005
"Anglian Leadership in Northumbria, 547 A.D. through 1075 A.D." by Jean Anne Hayes from her PhD Dissertation, Louisiana State University, 2005

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ANGLIAN LEADERSHIP IN NORTHUMBRIA, 547 A.D. THROUGH 1075 A.D.A DissertationSubmitted to the Graduate Faculty of theLouisiana State University andAgricultural and Mechanical Collegein partial fulfillment of therequirements for the degree of Doctor of PhilosophyinThe Department of HistorybyJean Anne HayesB.A., Louisiana State University, 1994M.A., Louisiana State University, 1997August 2005
 
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSThis dissertation has evolved from my love of medieval Britain and many happy years spentstudying its history, languages, architecture and art. Through my studies I have been drawnparticularly to the Anglo-Saxon culture, which comes alive each time I encounter it. I owe agreat debt of gratitude to the professors who have guided and inspired me to reach this pointin my academic career. Dr. Maribel Dietz has always given generously of her time,knowledge and enthusiasm for medieval history. I have benefited greatly from her mentoringand enjoyed working with her as a teaching assistant. Dr. Lisi Oliver endeavored to provideme with a working knowledge of Old English, for which I am extremely grateful. She alsoprovided much valuable guidance to this dissertation. I wish to thank Dr. Victor Stater forco-leading my history minor through the Tudor and Stuart periods. Dr. Marchita Mauck opened up the world of medieval architecture and art to me and as a result provided a solidmedieval foundation on which I can continue to build for many years. I also wish toacknowledge the eternal support of my husband Brent and my parents; they are anenthusiastic and untiring cheering section.iii

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