The project's major outputs are as follows:
- A searchable database, accessible through the project website, providing information about a corpus of c. 600 MSS and their relations to each other.
- 2 conferences and 8 public seminars in years 2, 3 and 4 of the project, held in London and Cambridge.
- A book on the project co-authored by the investigators. The book will include a summary of the research undertaken and the results achieved, and the implications for future research.
- A book of essays collected from the seminars and conferences, to be edited by the Research Associates, Dr Nicola Morato and Dr Dirk Schoenaers.
- A PhD thesis, authored by the project student, David Murray, submitted in November 2014.
- An exhibition related to the project was held in Cambridge University Library in 2014.