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Contributer Acknowledgements

This project has been a collaborative effort with the work of multiple people reflected in its various elements. Therefore, rather than crediting individuals with specific contributions, the following list identifies contributors to the different phases of the project.

Phase 1 (2004-2008)

Plan of St. Gall: digital image, related object database, architecture database, material culture vocabulary database, Plan models, Plan bibliography, Carolingian culture bibliography, and digitization of Horn & Born.

Principle Investigators: Professors Bernard Frischer and Patrick Geary
Project Manager: Dr. Barbara Schedl
Technical Team: Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities at the University of Virginia, under the direction of Worthy Martin
Research Assistants: Melissa Cocks, Hannah Friedman, Leanne Good, Jennifer Ng, Ned Schoolman, Erica Westhoff, and Sarah Whitten

Phase 2 Feasibility Study (2008-2010)

Reichenau-St. Gall virtual library, digitization of Jacobsen and Hildemar edition.

Principle Investigator: Professor Patrick Geary
Project Managers: Drs Julian Hendrix and Barbara Schedl
Technical team: Henry Chiong, Stephen Davison, Parinita Ghorpade, and Elizabeth McAulay
Research Assistants: Tamar Boyadjian, Kate Craig, Kristina Markman, Natalia Rusnac

Phase 2 Reichenau-St. Gall virtual library

Principle Investigator: Professor Patrick Geary
Project Manager: Dr. Julian Hendrix
Technical team: Henry Chiong, Stephen Davison, Parinita Ghorpade, and Elizabeth McAulay
Manuscript Specialists: Drs. Richard Pollard and Joshua Westgard

Advisory board (Phases 1-2): Karl Brunner David Ganz Werner Jacobsen Rosamond McKitterick Barbara Schedl

Other acknowledgements: This project would not have been possible without the gracious participation of libraries throughout Europe. Critical assistance was rendered by the Prof. Dr. Ernst Tremp and the Stiftsbibliothek St. Gallen and Dr. Julia Hiller von Gaertringen and the Badische Landesbibliothek Karlsruhe. Dr. Christoph Flüeler and the e-Codices team were responsible for most of the images from Swiss libraries. Dr. Thomas Aigner and the monasterium.net team were responsible for most of the images from Karlsruhe and some other non-Swiss libraries. Albrecht Diem helped with German translations. Brett Landenberger redesigned the site.