Professor Paul Russell, from the University of Cambridge's department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic
studies, and PhD student Myriah Williams have worked on finding the manuscript's secrets using different imaging techniques for three years.
Dr Flechner is a research fellow at Cambridge University's Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic
Bolton, now a manuscript specialist for Sotheby's, took his doctorate in Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic
at Cambridge and is eminently qualified to take on the study of Cnut's government in all the areas under his control.
Andy Orchard, who is a university lecturer at Cambridge, in the department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic
Studies, has produced a most valuable resource for anyone interested in Nordic myth.
Rhodri is in his first year reading Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic
at Gonville and Caius College.