Department of Archaeology, University of York. The authors are extremely grateful for the continued support of the Department of Archaeology, University of York, who have supported the research and publication of this article.

Friends of the Guild Chapel. The authors are very grateful for the ongoing interest and support in the project of the Friends of the Guild Chapel, Stratford-upon-Avon, particularly Mairi Macdonald and Richard Lees.

Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and the Shakespeare Centre Library and Archives. The staff of the SBT and the SCLA have been unfailingly helpful in facilitating research and copyright permissions. We are particularly grateful to Robert Bearman and Mairi Macdonald for their intellectual generosity, advice and support in various aspects of the Stratford project.

Victoria & Albert Museum. We would like to thank the staff of the V&A for facilitating research, rediscovering Tristram's Doom paintings, and for facilitating copyright permissions.

We would like to thank Professor Ronnie Mulryne, Governor of the King Edward VI Grammar School for inviting us to become involved in work on the Guild Buildings, and for ongoing support and assistance from colleagues at Field Archaeology Specialists Ltd, particularly Dr Jonathan Clark. Finally, thanks to Judith Winters (Internet Archaeology) and Miriam Gill (University of Leicester).


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