Hannah Whittock


Hannah Whittock has a First and an MPhil from Pembroke College, University of Cambridge in Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic studies. While there, her dissertation studies were on the Bristol Avon as a frontier region from the 4th to the 11th century, the survival of post-Roman British Christianity in the West Country, and the cult of Edward King and Martyr. She has co-written five books on Viking and Anglo-Saxon history and Norse mythology, and has written journal articles on Anglo-Saxon frontiers and coinage produced during the Viking Wars. She reads Old English and Old Norse. She co-wrote The Vikings with her father Martyn Whittock.


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