4 edition of Harry Harefoot found in the catalog.
|Statement||by J.H. Ingraham|
|Series||Wright American fiction -- v. 1 (1774-1850), no. 1301|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||61|
|LC Control Number||87554042|
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This is a gem of a little book about the little known Danish king Harold Harefoot who reigned between Almost nothing is known of his reign apart from the fact that he was an elected king. This lively and challenging book brings this elusive figure to life, in particular the animosity with his step-mother Emma of Normandy who at first thwarted his attempts at becoming king in /5(7).
This is a pocket biography of King Harold 1st, commonly known as Harold Harefoot, son of Cnut who reigned from The book is a short exploration of the reign. This is an excellent addition to any studies into late Anglo-Saxon : Mark Craster-Chambers.
Harry Harefoot book Harold I (c. – 17 March ), also known as Harold Harefoot, was King of England from to Harold's nickname "Harefoot" is first recorded as "Harefoh" or "Harefah" in the twelfth century in the history of Ely Abbey, and according to late medieval chroniclers it meant that he was fleet of foot.
The son of Cnut the Great and Ælfgifu of Northampton, Harold was elected regent of Father: Cnut the Great. Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Ingraham, J.
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– 17 March ) was King of England from to He was said to be the son of Canute the Great, King of England, Denmark, Norway, and some of Sweden, by his wife Aelgifu of was skepticism about his being Canute's son. Upon Canute's death (12 November ), Harold's younger half-brother Harthacanute, the son of Canute and his Predecessor: Canute the Great.
Harold Harefoot was the son of Canute and his first wife, Elfgifu. The brothers began by sharing the kingdom of England after their father's death - Harold Harefoot becoming king in Mercia and Northumbria, and Harthacanute king of Wessex.
During the absence of Hardicanute in Denmark, his other kingdom, Harold Harefoot became effective sole ruler in On his death inthe. this is the mother of all questions 'what to read after harry bosch' over the last 3 month i read all 27 harry bosch, mickey haller, jack mcevoy books that are available in german - connelly in my opinion is really an outstanding author and no question deserves a pulitzer-prize.
Harold I Harefoot Although King Canute left England to Hardicanute, his son by Emma of Normandy, the throne was seized two weeks after Canute's death by Hardicanute's half-brother Harold Harefoot, Canute's son by either his mistress or his first wife (It is not clear which), Elgifu of had been born around He was said to have acquired the name Harefoot.
Harold I, byname Harold Harefoot, (died MaOxford, England), king of England from toand the son of Aelgifu and Canute, the Danish king of England from to Harold was made regent of England after Canute’s death.
Hardecanute, Canute’s son by Emma and claimant to the English throne, was not chosen because he was occupied with affairs in Denmark. Get this from a library. Harry Harefoot.
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Harold (I) Harefoot: King of England One of two sons, half-brothers, of Canute the Great. He was the son of Canute's less official wife, with Harthecanute the son of the more official wife, Emma of Normandy.
But Harold was in England when Canute died, and so was able to take the throne. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Harry Harefoot in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content.
Harold Harefoot (or Harold I) (c. – 17 March ) was King of England from to His cognomen "Harefoot" referred to his speed, and the skill of his huntsmanship.
He was the son of Cnut the Great, King of England, Denmark, and Norway by Ælfgifu of en: Ælfwine Haroldsson. Name: King Harold I Harefoot Born: c Parents: Cnut and Elfigfu Relation to Elizabeth II: 27th great-granduncle House of: Denmark Ascended to the throne: Novem Crowned: at Oxford, aged c Married: Unmarried Children: None Died: Ma at Oxford Buried at: Westminster reburied Southwark Reigned for: 4 years, 4 months, and 4 days Succeeded by: his half brother.
King of the English (Ð40), illegitimate son of King Canute and ®lfgifu of Northampton. On his fatherÕs death () he disputed the succession of his half brother Harthacanute to the English throne. A compromise was reached () by which Harold would be regent while Harthacanute would remain in Denmark, but in.
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