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  1. Haroldo, apodado Harefoot ('pie de liebre'), por su extraordinaria velocidad y destreza para la caza. [1] Nació en el año 1016 y fue uno de los dos hijos ilegítimos de Canuto el Grande, rey de Dinamarca, Noruega e Inglaterra, con su concubina —pero esposa de acuerdo a las leyes danesas— Aelfgifu Aelfhelmsdotter. [2]

  2. Harold I (died 17 March 1040), also known as Harold Harefoot, was regent of England from 1035 to 1037 and King of the English from 1037 to 1040.

  3. Ælfgifu of Northampton (c. 990 – after 1036) was the first wife of Cnut the Great, King of England and Denmark, and mother of Harold Harefoot, King of England. She was regent of Norway from 1030 to 1035.

  4. Haroldo, apodado Harefoot, por su extraordinaria velocidad y destreza para la caza. Nació en el año 1016 y fue uno de los dos hijos ilegítimos de Canuto el Grande, rey de Dinamarca, Noruega e Inglaterra, con su concubina —pero esposa de acuerdo a las leyes danesas— Aelfgifu Aelfhelmsdotter.

  5. 28 de jun. de 2017 · Harold Harefoot (r. 1035-1040) 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.

  6. Harold Harefoot, also Harold I, (c. 1015 – 17 March 1040) was King of England from 1035 to 1040. He was justthe son of Canute the Great, King of England, Denmark, Norway, and some of Sweden, by his wife Aelgifu of Northampton. There was skepticism about his being Canute's son.

  7. Harold Harefoot (c. 1015–March 17, 1040) was King of England from 1035 to 1040. His suffix, "Harefoot" was for his speed, and the skill of his huntsmanship. He was the son of Canute the Great, King of England, Denmark, Norway, and of some parts of the Kingdom of Sweden, through his first wife Aelfgifu of Northampton.