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RI opac: 38 Einträge

1Sammelwerk  Early Medieval Kent, 800-1220
Sweetinburgh, Sheila [Hrsg.]. - Woodbridge (2016)

2Sammelwerk  Negotiating the Political in Northern European Urban Society, c.1400-c.1600
Sweetinburgh, Sheila [Hrsg.]. - Turnhout (2013)

3Sammelwerk  Sandwich: the 'completest medieval town in England': A study of the town and port from its origins to 1600
Clarke, HelenSweetinburgh, SheilaJones, Bridgett E. A. [Hrsg.]. - Oxford (2010)

4Sammelwerk  Later Medieval Kent, 1220-1540
Sweetinburgh, Sheila [Hrsg.]. - Woodbridge [u.a.] (2010)

5Monographie  The role of the hospital in medieval England: gift-giving and the spiritual economy
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. - Dublin (2004)

6Monographie  The role of the hospital in medieval Kent, c. 1080 - c. 1560
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. - [University of Kent] (1998)

7Buchbeitrag  Neighbours across the religious divide: coping with difference in Henrician Kent
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2022) - In: The experience of neighbourhood in medieval and early modern Europe S. 63-77

8Buchbeitrag  Religious women in the landscape: their roles in medieval Canterbury and its hinterland
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2019) - In: Gender in medieval places, spaces and thresholds S. 9-24

9Artikel  The Home Farm of St Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury, before and after the Dissolution
Helm, RichardSweetinburgh, Sheila. (2017) - In: Archaeologia Cantiana Bd. 138 (2017) S. 65-88

10Artikel  Shepsters, Hucksters and other Businesswomen: female involvement in Canterbury's fifteenth-century economy
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2017) - In: Archaeologia Cantiana Bd. 138 (2017) S. 179-200

11Artikel  Looking to the Past: The St Thomas Pageant in Early Tudor Canterbury
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2016) - In: Archaeologia Cantiana Bd. 137 (2016) S. 163-184

12Artikel  A tale of two mazers: negotiating donor/recipient relationships at Kentish medieval hospitals
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2015) - In: Archaeologia Cantiana Bd. 136 (2015) S. 117-138

13Buchbeitrag  "To move the mind": scenes from Christ's life on Faversham's painted pillar.
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2014) - In: Devotional culture in late medieval England and Europe S. 291-314

14Artikel  What's in a Name? Exploring the use of 'Creature' as a Christian Name in the Diocese of Canterbury in the early Modern Period
Craig-Mair, VeronicaSweetinburgh, Sheila. (2014) - In: Archaeologia Cantiana Bd. 135 (2014) S. 209-222

15Buchbeitrag  Placing the Hospital: The Production of St. Lawrence's Hospital Registers in Fifteenth-Century Canterbury
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2014) - In: Exploring the evidence S. 109-130

16Buchbeitrag  Introduction
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2013) - In: Negotiating the Political in Northern European Urban Society, c.1400-c.1600 S. 1-13

17Buchbeitrag  Canterbury's martyred archbishop: the "cult" of Simon Sudbury (d. 1381) and relations between city and cathedral.
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2013) - In: Monuments and Monumentality Across Medieval and Early Modern Europe S. 199-211

18Buchbeitrag  Pilgrimage in 'an Age of Plague': Seeking Canterbury's "hooly blisful martir in 1420 and 1470
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2013) - In: Society in an age of plague S. 57-78

19Artikel  'Le Newerk of Maydeston' - Excavation of a Medieval Hospital site at St Peter's Wharf, Maidstone
Henderson, MichaelKnight, HeatherSweetinburgh, Sheila. (2013) - In: Archaeologia Cantiana Bd. 133 (2013) S. 115-130

20Buchbeitrag  Discord in the Public Arena: Processes and Meanings of the St Bartholomew's Day Festivities in Early Sixteenth-Century Sandwich
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2013) - In: Negotiating the Political in Northern European Urban Society, c.1400-c.1600 S. 71-97

21Buchbeitrag  Caught in the Cross-Fire: Patronage and Institutional Politics in Late Twelfth-Century Canterbury
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2011) - In: Cathedrals, communities and conflict in the Anglo-Norman world S. 187ff.

22Artikel  The Social Structure of New Romney as revealed in the 1381 Poll Tax Returns
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2011) - In: Archaeologia Cantiana Bd. 131 (2011) S. 1-22

23Buchbeitrag  Anglo-Saxon Saints and a Norman Archbishop: 'Imaginative Memory' and Institutional Identity at St Gregory's Priory, Canterbury
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2011) - In: The regular canons in the medieval British isles S. 19-40

24Buchbeitrag  The Hospitals of Medieval Kent
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2010) - In: Later medieval Kent S. 111-136

25Buchbeitrag  Kentish Towns: Urban Culture and the Church in the Later Middle Ages
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2010) - In: Later medieval Kent S. 137-165

26Buchbeitrag  Overcoming disaster? Farming practices on Christ Chruch Priory's marshland manors in the early fourteenth century
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2010) - In: Romney Marsh. Persistence and change in a coastal lowland S. 97-116

27Buchbeitrag  Eternal Town Servants: Civic Elections and the Stuppeny Tombs of New Romney and Lydd
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2008) - In: Negotiating heritage. Memories of the middle ages S. 149-172

28Buchbeitrag  The Austin friars in late medieval Canterbury: negotiating spaces
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2008) - In: Monasteries and society in the British Isles in the later Middle Ages S. 197-210

29Buchbeitrag  The Poor, Hospitals and Charity in Sixteenth-Century Canterbury
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2007) - In: Pieties in transition. Religious practices and experiences, c.1400-1640 S. 59-73

30Buchbeitrag  Royal Patrons and Local Benefactors: The Experience of the Hospitals of St Mary at Ospringe and Dover in the Thirteenth Century
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2006) - In: Religious and Laity in Western Europe, 1000-1400. Interaction, Negotiation, and Power S. 111-130

31Buchbeitrag  Mayor-making and other ceremonies: shared uses of sacred space among the Kentish Cinque Ports
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2006) - In: The use and abuse of sacred places in late medieval towns S. 165-187

32Artikel  The Archangel Gabriel's stone and other relics: William Haute's search for salvation in fifteenth-century Kent
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2006) - In: Archaeologia Cantiana Bd. 126 (2006) S. 311-330

33Artikel  Strategies of inheritance among Kentish fishing communities in the later Middle Ages
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2006) - In: The history of the family Bd. 11 (2006) S. 93-106

34Buchbeitrag  Clothing the naked in late medieval east Kent
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2004) - In: Clothing culture, 1350-1650. History of retailing and consumption S. 109-121

35Artikel  Wax, Stone and Iron: Dover's Town Defences in the late Middle Ages
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2004) - In: Archaeologia Cantiana Bd. 124 (2004) S. 183-208

36Artikel  Joining the Sisters: Female Inmates of the Late Medieval Hospitals in East Kent
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2003) - In: Archaeologia Cantiana Bd. 123 (2003) S. 17-40

37Artikel  Supporting the Canterbury hospitals: benefaction and the language of charity in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2002) - In: Archaeologia Cantiana Bd. 122 (2002) S. 237-258

38Buchbeitrag  The Severn estuary: Landscape evolution and wetland reclamation
Sweetinburgh, Sheila. (2002) - In: Romney Marsh. Coastal and landscape change through the ages S. 140-156

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