Corpus Authors
Project Lead and Senior Editor: Professor Rosemary Cramp
Series Editor: Dr Derek Craig
Vol 12: Nottinghamshire

Paul Everson
MA, FSA - formerly Senior Investigator with the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (England) and English Heritage

David Stocker
MA, FSA – formerly Senior Inspector of Ancient Monuments, English Heritage

Vol 11: Cornwall

Ann Preston-Jones
Independent Scholar

Elisabeth Okasha
Head of Language Centre for English as a Foreign Language, University College Cork

Vol 10: Western Midlands

Richard Bryant, FSA, FAIIS
Director of Past Forward, non-stipendary minister in the Church of England, and independent scholar

Michael Hare, MA, FSA
Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology at Bristol University

Carolyn Heighway
MA, Director of Past Historic and Archaeological Consultant to Gloucester Cathedral

Vol 9: Cheshire and Lancashire

Richard N. Bailey
Emeritus Professor of Anglo-Saxon Civilisation, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Vol 8: West Yorks

Elizabeth Coatsworth
Senior Research Fellow, MIRIAD, Manchester Metropolitan University

Vol 7: South-West England

Rosemary Cramp
MA, B.LITT - Emeritus Professor of Archaeology, Durham University

Vol 6: North Yorks

James Lang
Formerly visiting Professor in Archaeology, University of York

Vol 5: Lincolnshire

Paul Everson
MA, FSA - formerly Senior Investigator with the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (England) and English Heritage

David Stocker
MA, FSA - Senior Inspector of Ancient Monuments, English Heritage

Vol 4: South-East England

Dominic Tweddle

Martin Biddle

Birthe Kjølby-Biddle
Mag Art, FSA, MIFA - formerly Research Director at the Winchester Research Unit and independent scholar

Vol 3: York and Eastern Yorkshire

James Lang
Formerly visiting Professor in Archaeology, University of York

Vol 2: Cumberland, Westmorland and Lancashire-North-of-the-Sands

Richard N. Bailey
Richard N. Bailey, Emeritus Professor of Anglo-Saxon Civilisation, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Rosemary Cramp
MA, B.LITT - Emeritus Professor of Archaeology, Durham University

Vol 1: County Durham and Northumberland

Rosemary Cramp
MA, B.LITT - Emeritus Professor of Archaeology, Durham University

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