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Harold I [called Harold Harefoot]locked

(d. 1040)
  • M. K. Lawson


Harold I [called Harold Harefoot] (d. 1040), king of England, was allegedly the son of Cnut, king of England, of Denmark, and of Norway (d. 1035), and Ælfgifu of Northampton (1006–1036), daughter of Ealdorman Ælfhelm of Northumbria. His mother's association with Cnut...

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