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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP19 Oct 2019 8:47 p.m. PST

"Prelude to 1066 : King Harold Godwinson and the Anglo – Saxon English lived through more turmoil and events in the first ten months of 1066, than most people will experience in a lifetime.

But more about that later. First, let's start off with our cast of major characters.

The epicenter of 1066's political, social, military and economic earthquake was ­­­­Harold Godwinson and he was 43 or 44 years of age, by September of 1066. Harold Godwinson was one of six children born to Godwin, Earl of Wessex, and his wife (Gytha), who were members of England's Saxon nobility. Only two of Godwin and Gytha's sons are relevant to this story, Harold Godwinson and Tostig Godwinson…"
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