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Hamlet doesn't. Claudius does. Their names are Cornelius and Voltimand.

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Q: Who does hamlet appoint as ambassadors to Norway?
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Claudius sends ambassadors to "Old Norway"to try to get him to calm young Fotinbras down. Fortinbras has sent Denmark a list of ultimatums, thinking they are weak from the death of Hamlet sr., or else he will wage war.

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