The project team are enormously grateful to those archives and libraries who have allowed us to include on this website images of manuscripts held in their collections. Many either waived charges or provided images at cost, in order to support academic research.

  • Alençon: Bibliothèque d'Alençon, by kind permission of la Mediathèque de la Communauté Urbaine d'Alençon
  • Cambridge: images are reproduced by kind permission of the Syndics of Cambridge University Library; the Master and Fellows of Corpus Christi College; and the Master and Fellows of Trinity College
  • Durham: all images are reproduced by kind permission of Durham Cathedral
  • Exeter: all images are reproduced by kind permission of the Dean and Chapter of Exeter Cathedral
  • London: images are reproduced by kind permission of the British Library; Lambeth Palace Library; the Law Society (photography John Gibbons); Lincoln's Inn (photography John Gibbons); London Metropolitan Archives; and The National Archives of the UK
  • Manchester: all images are reproduced by the kind permission of John Rylands University Library
  • Oxford: images are reproduced by kind permission of Balliol College; the Bodleian Library, University of Oxford; the President and Fellows of Corpus Christ College; and the President and Fellows of Magdalen College
  • Paris: all images are reproduced by kind permission of the Bibliothèque nationale de France
  • Rouen: Collections de la Bibliothèque municipale de Rouen. Photographie Thierry Ascencio-Parvy
  • Strood: all images reproduced by kind permission of the Medway Archive and Local Studies Centre
  • York: all images are reproduced by kind permission of the Dean and Chapter of York Minster.

Thanks are also due to those publishers who have allowed us to reproduce the text of previously published editions:

  • Cambridge University Press: Mary Clayton, 'The Old English promissio regis', Anglo-Saxon England, 37 (2008), 91-150 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayIssue?iid=6377964); and Alan Kennedy, 'Cnut’s law code of 1018’, Anglo-Saxon England, 11 (1983), 72-81
  • Oxford University Press: David Bates ed., The Acta of William I, 1066-1086 (Oxford, 1998)
  • University of Pennsylvania Press: Bruce O'Brien, God's Peace and the King's Peace: the Laws of Edwards the Confessor (Philadelphia, Pa., 1999)
  • Toronto University Press: Lisi Oliver, The Beginnings of English Law (Toronto, 2002), pp. 126-46.

Any number of individuals have given their time and invaluable support to the project, not least those librarians, archivists and staff in reproductiom departments who have provided us with images, helped us to track down references and generally gone out of their way to provide assistance. Particular thanks are due to Claire Breay and Kristian Jensen at the British Library, and Sean Cunningham and Jess Nelson at The National Archives of the UK.