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"Henry the Fowler", a.d. 876?–936, king of Germany 919–936: first of the Saxon kings.
"Beauclerc", 1068–1135, king of England 1100–35 (son of William the Conqueror).
1008–60, king of France 1031–60.
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Henry I

noun
known as Henry the Fowler. ?876–936 ad, duke of Saxony (912–36) and king of Germany (919–36): founder of the Saxon dynasty (918–1024)
1068–1135, king of England (1100–35) and duke of Normandy (1106–35); son of William the Conqueror: crowned in the absence of his elder brother, Robert II, duke of Normandy; conquered Normandy (1106)
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