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The Royal Historical Society's series Studies in History, founded by Sir Geoffrey Elton in 1975 and re-launched in 1995, has established itself as one of the leading outlets for specialist historical monographs. They are almost always based on doctoral dissertations that have been extensively developed and extended so that the wider significance of their findings are brought out, while at the same time they are leaner and fitter so as to come within a rigorous word limit of 90 000 words. The series takes a deliberately inclusive approach, covering all periods from early medieval to the recent history, and while most of the titles have been on British and Continental European History, submissions relating to any part of the world are welcomed. The series also seeks to embrace all approaches to historical research, requiring only that work should be of the highest quality. In conjunction with the publishers, Boydell and Brewer, the series maintains the very highest standard of publication. Work submitted is read by an expert appointed by the Board.