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Editorial Note: Hannah Whittock has an Master's Degree in Philosophy from Cambridge in Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic studies.
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.
The seven, with subject and college in brackets, are Michael Armitage, 17 (politics, philosophy and economics, Balliol, Oxford); James Dibb-Simkin, 17 (economics, Queens, Cambridge); Laura Evans, 19 (Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, Trinity Hall, Cambridge); Ben Franklin, 18 (earth sciences, Exeter, Oxford); Clare Harris, 17, (law, Trinity Hall College, Cambridge); William Mack, 17, (classics, Corpus Christi, Oxford); Rowena Scar-brough, 17, (French and Czech, New, Oxford).
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.