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Harold King may refer to: Harold Christian Galbraith King (manufacturer) (born 1952), Liveryman of the City of London; Harold King (author) (1945–2010), ...

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"Here sits Harold King of the English. ... At the end of 1065 King Edward the Confessor fell into a coma without clarifying his ...

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Harold Raymond King, Jr. (February 27, 1945 – October 15, 2010), also known as Hal King, was an American author and journalist known for his 1975 novel ...

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Jan 24, 2019 ... Harold's mother, Gytha, belonged to a powerful Danish noble family with close connections to Canute, the Danish king of England. Harold's ...

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last Anglo-Saxon king of England. ... Harold was born in the early 1020s, the son of Godwine, Earl of Wessex. He succeeded to his father's titles in 1053, ...

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Instead another son of the adviser, Harold, was with the King. The King in his dying moments said something to Harold. After the King died Harold said to the ...

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The Significance of "Harold, King of the English" in the Bayeux Tapestry (based on an interpretation by Kishlansky et al. 1994) ...