We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) for funding the Conqueror's Commissioners project under Grant Reference n° AH/L013975/1, and also for additional support from the Research and Impact Support Fund, Department of History, King’s College London which funded the Map.
We also thank our project partners, The Friends of Exeter Cathedral, for their contributions to this project. We are indebted to the Dean and Chapter of Exeter Cathedral for granting permission for digitization, without which this project would not have been possible. We acknowledge with pleasure the kindness and unstinting support of the staff of the Dean and Chapter Library and Archive, particularly Ann Barwood and Ellie Jones, with whom it has been a great pleasure to work in the planning and execution of this project.
The whole team and all users of this website owe an immense debt of gratitude to Dr Frank Thorn who gave many months of expert labour to the project. Without taking any remuneration, he supplied the English translation and extended the Latin text, tasks demanding great skill, patience, and accuracy.
This website is built using Archetype, which is freely-available open-source software designed for the study and presentation of documents. This software and the models underlying this website were enhanced significantly by this project (Exon Domesday), building directly on work conducted for the DigiPal project and drawing on that of the Models of Authority project. DigiPal was funded by the European Research Council (ERC), part of the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7), under grant agreement n° 263751. Models of Authority was funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) under Grant Reference n° AH/L008041/1. Archetype is developed by the King's Digital Lab and has also received support from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at King's College London. GIS references and, where possible, personal name-forms, have been taken from the database prepared for PASE2. The Collation Diagrams and 'Virtual Deconstruction' in the Labs section of this site were created using VisColl, a project directed by Dot Porter and Alberto Campagnolo with the support of the Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies using data from the Palaeographical and Codicological Description by Francisco Álvarez López.