Daniel Reynolds


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Daniel has supervised and co-supervised a number of MA dissertations and doctoral theses. Past topics have included relics and ‘pilgrim souvenirs’ in the early medieval west, social care in the early Byzantine empire, the Justinianic plague and Middle Byzantine stucco. Daniel is currently supervising eight PhD theses on topics such as: Armenian textile production Burial practices in the Byzantine East Byzantine stucco Late Antique Graffiti Pilgrimage to Jerusalem Rural life in Byzantine North Africa The Byzantine-Anatolian frontier c.600-c.1050 Daniel is interested in supervising a range of topics connected with the themes below. Byzantine material and visual culture Non-elite communities Identity Iconoclasm The Byzantine and early Islamic Levant Pilgrimage and monasticism


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