Based on two annotated inscriptions by Dr. Sander Molenaar, members analyzed the roles of families and lineage organizations in constructing bridges, and how this pattern differed depending on regions, types, and scale of infrastructure. Several inscriptions reveal the facts that not only were several generations of the same family involved in construction, but such involvement was often used to justify the exclusive ownership or to claim other types of rights for the family. Besides, each reading group member shared their research interests and plans using inscriptions and other primary sources. Some of members in charge of annotating inscriptions also discussed the best way of annotating multiple action causes, tagging cases of construction failures, and differentiating old and new object parts.