We thank Jisc for funding
under Strand B Mass Digitisation of the Content Programme 2011-13. The success of the project has been due to the friendly and supportive collaboration that we have established between researchers at the University of Bradford and with colleagues at our partner organisations the Royal College of Surgeons in London and MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology).

We wish to thank the supportive advice of colleagues at various stages in the project, in particular Paola Marchionni (Jisc Programme Manager); Professor Niels Lynnerup (University of Copenhagen); Professor Simon Mays (English Heritage/ University of Southampton); Professor Susan Standring (Kings College London); Professor Charlotte Roberts (Durham University); Dr Piers Mitchell (Cambridge University); Dr Chris Watkins (University of East Anglia); and at Bradford - Dr Fin Caton-Rose, Pat Roberts, Claire Chamley, Rob Janaway, Dr Hannah Koon, Dr Sebastien Villotte, Dr Julia Beaumont, Dr Karina Croucher, Professor Carl Heron, Will Stewart, Professor Peter Hartley and Sue Gregson.

We have also benefited from the support and advice of colleagues at the following organisations: Catherine Hardman and Tim Evans (The Archaeology Data Service); Ruth Clarke and Emily Lewis (Pinderfields Hospital Mid-Yorks NHS Trust); Olivia Egan (Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust); David Farrar and Kerry Butcher (Smith & Nephew); Daniel Daryaie (Materialise); Lee Cooke (FARO).

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