Harold II of England
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- Seven feet of English ground, or as much more as he may be taller than other men.
- Variant translation: He will give him seven feet of English ground, or as much more as he may be taller than other men.
- Attributed by the Icelandic writer Snorri Sturluson (1178-1241) in his Saga of Harald Hardrade.
- 1066, when asked by his traitorous brother, Tostig, how much of England he was prepared to give up to the invading King Harald Hardrada of Norway