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Figuring Out Roman Nobility: Juvenal's Eighth 'Satire' (University of Exeter Press - Exeter Studies in History) by John Henderson
From Deliverance To Destruction: Rebellion and Civil War in an English City by Mark Stoyle
Landscape and settlement in Britain, AD 400-1066 by Della Hooke
The Military Revolution and the State, 1500-1800 (Exeter Studies in History) by Michael Duffy1
Nazism 1919-1945: The German Home Front in World War II: A Documentary Reader by Jeremy Noakes
Roman Alexander: Reading a Cultural Myth by Diana Spencer
Roman Drama And Roman History by T. P. Wiseman
Topographical Writers in South West England by Mark Brayshay
Witchcraft in Early Modern Scotland: James Vi's Demonology and the North Berwick Witches by Lawrence Normand
Government, Party And People In Nazi Germany by Jeremy Noakes2
'Into Another Mould': Aspects of the Interregnum by Ivan Roots3
Britain and revolutionary France : conflict, subversion and propaganda by Colin Jones5
Nazism 1919-1945: The Rise to Power 1919-1934 : A Documentary Reader by Jeremy Noakes6
Roman Political Life, 90BC-AD69 by T. P. Wiseman7
Nazism 1919-1945: State, Economy and Society, 1933-1939 : A Documentary Reader by Jeremy Noakes8
Africa, America, and central Asia : formal and informal empire in the nineteenth century by Peter Morris9
Raleigh in Exeter 1985: Privateering and Colonization in the Reign of Elizabeth I (Exeter Studies in History) by Joyce A. Youings10
The Inheritance of Historiography, 350-900 by Christopher Holdsworth12
Nazism 1919-1945: Foreign Policy, War and Racial Extermination : A Documentary Reader by Jeremy Noakes13
Intelligence and International Relations 1900-1945 by Christopher Andrew15
American Constitution: The First Two Hundred Years, 1787-1987 by Joseph Smith16
The Administration of the Roman Empire (Exeter studies in history) by David C. Braund18
Security And Defence In South-West England Before 1800 (University of Exeter Press - Exeter Studies in History) by Robert Higham19
Roman Public Buildings by I.M. Barton20
Landscape And Townscape In The South West (University of Exeter Press - Exeter Studies in History) by Robert Higham22
The Saxon Shore: A Handbook by Valerie A. Maxfield25
The Last Years of Austria-Hungary: A Multi-National Experiment in Early Twentieth-Century Europe by Mark Cornwall27
Unity and Variety: History of the Church in Devon and Cornwall by Nicholas Orme29
Death of an Emperor by T. P. Wiseman30
Maps And History In South-West England (University of Exeter Press - Exeter Studies in History) by Katherine Barker31
The Civilian in War: Home Front in Europe, Japan and the USA in World War II by Jeremy Noakes32
Historiography And Imagination: Eight Essays on Roman Culture by T. P. Wiseman33

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