Uhtred then exits with Alfred as his hostage, but the King returns to the hall and orders Uhtred to be killed. ("Episode 4.10"), Edward looks to Pyrlig and Aldhelm for answers. And so, Uhtred tries to talk him out of it as burning the land and the people inside is not the answer. Deceased Æthelflæd will summon the Mercian fyrds to Tettenhall. Following the death of his father Alfred, Edward … He orders Eardwulf to have Æthelflæd continued until all this is settled. They overcome the Danes and win the battle. Still, Edward orders him to return to Winchester. He intends to make this right. Aethelwold continued to pose a challenge to Edward. ("Episode 3.5"), Edward tells Alfred that he’s given his word to Uhtred to expect an army at Beamfleot. Or to Æthelhelm’s point, a ploy to pander to the simple folk of Mercia. Uhtred simply wanted to bring peace to Aegelesburg rather than another battle. He’s made all Christians proud, and Edward is most grateful. Edward then tells Æthelhelm to have his mother publicly rebuked for raising King Hywel’s army. She originally had him hidden at Æthelflæd’s estate because threats were made against him. Nevertheless, Edward has him taken away and orders Æthelhelm to find out where Uhtred hides Ælfwynn. Alfred concedes, ordering his men to prepare for battle at Beamfleot. Uhtred takes control of the situation. Lord Æthelhelm adds that she would not be welcomed by the grieving widows of the Wessex men whose lives were lost. King Edward is joined by his mother, Ælswith, whom he tells to take comfort in knowing that all is well. However, Æthelhelm disagrees with calling off the ceremony. He then calls over Eardwulf after recalling that he pulled the king to safety during that battle. However, Edward informs him that they’ve taken his son to Wessex for religious instruction. Æthelhelm tells Ælfweard that the men of Wessex are fighters. However, he came against his better judgement, and he doesn’t take his sister’s defiance lightly. He can help Edward fulfill his father’s dream of a united land if King Edward gives him men to retake Bebbanburg. And then, without being aware why, she realized that she did in fact love him. Timothy Innes joined the cast of The Last Kingdom during its most recent season, season 3, assuming the pivotal role of Prince Edward. ("Episode 4.6"), Lord Æthelhelm worries that they’re running out of time to find Uhtred and the king’s niece. Edward proposes they send an army from both kingdoms to maintain control. ("Episode 3.8"), Edward and Æthelflæd learn that their father has died from his illness during the late hours of the night. ("Episode 4.10"), Winchester, Wessex; Edward leads the Wessex and Mercian armies to breach the front gate to Winchester. Edward could even give Uhtred the troops he needs to retake Bebbanburg. Ælswith only wishes to counsel Edward to follow the Christian path, as she did his father. Edward has been brave in battle so far, but he doesn't have the skills needed to come up with the best battle strategy. Edward explains that he made no such order. So, he looks elsewhere, possibly at Eardwulf. ("Episode 1.7"), Edward, Æthelflæd, and Ælswith are told to remain in the swampland by Alfred as he prepares for war. Edward ("Episode 4.6"), Cenric reports back to Edward and Æthelhelm. Father Beocca and Pyrlig explain that Edward speaks and answers for Alfred. In 909, Edward led an army of West Saxons and Mercians into Northumbria. ("Episode 3.5"), Edward takes charge and leads Steapa, Beocca, and the Wessex guard into battle. As a young man, he behaved as such. Edward acted similarly swiftly though, encamping his army at the nearby Iron Age hill fort of Badbury Rings, and dousing down Aethelwold’s immediate threat. Enjoy! While she loved Mercia, she never loved its leader. Fans last saw King Edward (played by Timothy Innes) strike a bargain with Viking warlord Sigtryggr (Eysteinn Sigurðarson) with the help of his sister Aethelflaed (Millie Brady). It’s assumed that conflicts between Anglo-Saxons and Vikings continued for the next few years following this battle, because there was a peace deal made in 906, but details are unclear. A série estreou em 10 de outubro de 2015 na BBC America, e no Reino Unido na BBC Two em 22 de outubro de 2015. Edward declares that Alfred’s pardon stands and that Uhtred is a free man. Edward worries that the sickness may have taken her and that they drove her into danger, but Æthelhelm recalls Æthelflæd leaving of her own will. He proposes that Eardwulf be that man as opposed to Ludeca. He tells everyone to form a line and they will be given what is needed. He needs to understand why Uhtred believes he can defeat Hæsten. Alfred tells Edward that his actions were worthy of a king and invites him to sit. Edward, Æthelhelm, and Cenric enter despite being unwelcome and the Witan proceeds. Ludeca then reveals that Eardwulf left with 12 of their best men. Ælswith, Æthelflæd, and Aldhelm enter the room and question when the king intends to act. ("Episode 4.1"), King Edward, Pyrlig, Lord Æthelhelm, and Æthelflæd discuss Æthelred of Mercia and the troop of soldiers he’s led from Aegelesburg. They are joined by the Merican army soon thereafter. Sigtryggr has shown them that there are ways to take land without fighting for them. He’s lived in his father’s shadow but now he sees the light. ("Episode 4.6"), Ælswith arrives in Aegelesburg but the gates remain closed. Pyrlig grows uncomfortable with the talk of Ludeca’s betrothal to Edward’s niece and leaves. However, when he sees the king is barely conscious and not even aware of himself, King Edward exits. Rule the sword, and rule the land. Aethelwold fled in the night. The fyrd will remain outside, but she has no doubt that Aegelesburg will soon be in Mercian control once again. Please enter your number below. Edward orders Cenric to find him every healer in town and not to speak a word of this to anyone. Ludeca fears that Burgred will do something foolish to assure his son’s seat on the throne. Ludeca advises they close the gate to prevent any more sick villagers from entering. Æthelwold approaches Edward after his training and informs him that certain Ealdormen would rather see him dead than rise to king. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Edward intends to betroth Ælfwynn to the successor and seal the bond between lands. The Last Kingdom is a historical drama series on Netflix and it follows the story of Saxon-born Uhtred of Bebbanburg (played by Alexander Dreymon), who was raised by Danes. Edward questions where Uhtred’s courage comes from. With 100 men, Uhtred can take the kingdom in a week. He nearly died as an infant, but was healed in time by Iseult. He saw Æthelflæd leaving Winchester. Edward has come in place of the king. She now travels south with her army. Nor will he be doing anymore favors. As his first act as Lord of Mercia, Uhtred relinquishes the throne in favor of Æthelflæd. He nearly died as an infant, but was healed in time by Iseult. However, not everyone agreed that Edward had the right to succeed and, after Alfred’s death, Edward immediately faced competition for the crown from the deceased king’s nephew Aethelwold. Edward’s mother and sister force his hand. Edward worries that his sister has now walked directly into Cnut's trap. With a series like The Last Kingdom , every aspect of the production is an incredibly lengthy process, which means we won’t be seeing the fifth season until the very end of 2021, potentially even the start of 2022. ("Episode 4.7"), Uhtred is brought to Edward for his involvement in the riot over the grain. You will shortly receive a receipt for your purchase via email. When is the Netflix release date for The Last Kingdom season 5? Everything you ever wanted to know about... the most remarkable and momentous in British history, Michael Wood explores what the Anglo-Saxons did for us, Ryan Lavelle reveals the darker side of the Anglo-Saxons. Then he will find some redemption. In return for the strength it’ll bring to Mercia, they’ll simply ask for loyalty. However, in saving Edward, Steapa is killed. Perhaps Edward should be unifying the kingdoms himself instead of having a child do it for him. She tells them to remain calm as she will not sacrifice a single Mercian life unless it’s necessary. Uhtred informs the king that Cnut has brought his sons over from his homeland, which means he has ambition here. So, she asks for Edward’s forgiveness. Cnut wants them to march on his terms, and Ælswith has walked them right into his trap. He realizes that Uhtred loves his sister. He constantly schemes against them. Eardwulf then saves Edward from an incoming attack. Furthermore, Edward isn’t welcome to attend. However, he was the rightful choice, as is Edward. Which will surely occur as the Ealdormen won’t back down, so Uhtred suspects Edward will finish the slaughter the Danes have started. Edward questions why his mother is still outside the gate. Alfred believes the worst at first but Iseult presents the child to Alfred as he has been fully healed. Want to read reviews of season 4 and know even more about the real events from history that inspired the drama? In the end, Alfred sentences Æthelwold to have his eye removed. Uhtred wishes to draw Hæsten out, as he will not be able to resist the chance to kill him. WARNING SPOILERS FOR THE LAST KINGDOM SEASON 1-3!!! Steapa interrupts to inform Pyrlig that the Danes have attacked Mercia. Edward orders that Steapa release Uhtred and allow him to speak. While they may have suffered, turning on each other won’t save them. ("Episode 4.1"), Uhtred, Pyrlig, Lord Æthelhelm, and King Edward discuss the matter further inside. More than once he has taken it upon himself to interpret Edward’s wishes in a way that he finds unchristian. Family First Appearance Should Eardwulf agree, they would only need the approval of a Witan. 10 novels (see below) Ælswith believes it’s time for Edward to meet Ælflæd in order to strengthen them. She was Æthelred the Unready's daughter, who was the son of Edgar the Peaceful, who was the son of Edmund I, and who's father was Edward the Elder. Aldhelm arrives to report that Æthelflæd has taken Eoferwic and the Danes there have submitted to her rule. We bring you a quick guide to the Anglo-Saxon king…. Edward must join her. And in a few years, he will be free to pursue whatever path he wishes. Uhtred surmises that Alfred chose not to announce it so that people could witness the new king, Edward, dispensing justice. What’s left of the Wessex army has camped out near the kingdom. Edward fears that he has no other choice, he does this and in time Winchester will rise again. Should Uhtred not return, Edward assures him they’ll speak of his name for ages to come. And now he’s questioning if God wants him to do this. He concedes, and she promises him that she’ll return his troops the moment they’ve secured the northern border. The triumvirate of father, son, and grandson in the form of Alfred, Edward and Aethelstan laid the foundations of England as single polity. He then continued to drive north into Northumbria and managed to achieve some sort of submission by the people living there, but Sean Miller, his biographer in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, doubts that he had direct control beyond the Humber. He proposes this strengthens their union. King Edward explains that he will set the terms, not anyone else. Aldhelm advises Edward against approaching the gate, but he does so, with Aldhelm and the Wessex army behind him. Edward wishes to attack but Alfred insists that they hold their position. In return, Edward would be Uhtred’s king and expect his loyalty. Concerned for her, Æthelhelm asked Steapa to make further inquiries. Ælflæd of Wessex (before, Ælflæd of Wiltshire) is a supporting character in both The Saxon Stories novel series, and The Last Kingdom television series. ("Episode 4.1"), Pyrlig interrupts King Edward and Ælswith as they pray. With Uhtred’s influence, Ælswith fears he will make the Mercians turn against Edward. One who will stand shoulder to shoulder with their allies in Wessex. One country, one king. Edward has been made a fool. Aldhelm is certain that with more time, the siege can be ended without slaughter. It has diminished Burgred and they’ve averted a fight. Ælswith explains that it’s not that she doubts Uhtred, but rather the fact that he held a blade to Alfred’s throat and threatened to kill him. Thank you for subscribing to HistoryExtra, you now have unlimited access. As Ælswith enters, Burgred remarks that Edward lets his own kin in while good Mercians suffer. Pyrlig informs them that Danish survivors have been spotted heading East. And so, Edwards orders Uhtred to be brought before him. They could not allow their people to die. Beocca agrees with Edward in delaying a greater battle. Edward elaborates that he didn’t order the torture of Uhtred because he knew it wouldn’t have worked. Uhtred tells him that Æthelhelm claims to act for the king. Æthelwold argues that Edward is simply Alfred’s son, not a king. She will swear an oath that as long as she is Lady of Mercia, she will remain chaste. Uhtred flees after accidentally killing a monk, but he returns to face his punishment. Alfred informs Uhtred that this can mean nothing but his certain death. However, Ludeca explains that it was never a rule that women can’t take the throne. Winchester, Wessex; Ælswith has given birth to a baby boy, who she and Alfred name Edward. Lord Æthelhelm explains that their defiance is due to hunger, fever, and lack of leadership. The Danes then proceed to flee into the forest. He tells Edward and Ælswith that he will accept the deal so long that he can rule as his own man. Edward has perhaps been somewhat overlooked in comparison to his father and son – though a conference in 1999, in Manchester, on the 1100th anniversary of his accession, did result in an interesting collection of essays, and more recently, there have been a couple of biographies published about him. As for Lord Æthelred, no one knows if he’s dead or alive. Æthelflæd now has enough men to fight Edward. Æthelstan claims that he’s a good king, like Edward. ("Episode 3.9"), Uhtred is being escorted out of Winchester when he reveals that he was pardoned by Alfred. ("Episode 4.10"). If the book series followed factual date of Edward's birth then these are his ages throughout the books: Edward is a noble; he was born a prince of. Alfred joins them and demands the truth. First Appearance Edward then swears upon a holy relic. However, he died in a battle with Edward’s army at a place called the Holme. He made a whore of a young girl and left her pupped. Edward was born c.874 and died in 924, at roughly 50 years of age. The Saxons defeat the Danes, and Edward returns to Wessex, expanding the chronicle started by his father. Edward of Wessex is a main character in both The Saxon Stories novel series, and The Last Kingdom television series. Æthelhelm explains that the Mercian Guard is loyal to Eardwulf. 23 episodes (see below) Æthelhelm claims that he nearly placed himself between Edward and some necessary unpleasantness. Lord Æthelhelm doesn’t believe it is wise to distract themselves with other matters given the ongoing threat with the Danes. Portrayer However, Æthelflæd intends to fight this. ("Episode 3.7"), Edward attends a Witan to sentence Æthelwold for betraying Wessex and allying with the Danes. Young Uhtred watches angrily before leaving. Edward reveals to Ælswith that he intends to hold Aegelesburg until Mercia is in the charge of someone he trusts. For all of Edward's family, see below ("Episode 4.5"), Eardwulf catches up to Edward, claiming to have just gotten the news of the king’s death. They discuss going to war with the Danes. Æthelstan gives Edward a king he crafted. Pyrlig then calls Edward forward. Notice She offers him some advice, telling Edward that forcing the people of Mercia to be Wessex will only result in them fighting back. Beocca speaks in favor of Uhtred as well. After disarming and defeating Edward, Uhtred explains that he will practice only with staffs and learn from being hit. Uhtred then leaves to find Stiorra. Edward orders his mother to call his sister back, but Ælswith cannot swear loyalty to a plan that is misguided. Ludeca explains that Uhtred has both defended Wessex and Mercia. ("Episode 4.6"), Ælswith confronts Edward after discovering that he not only imprisoned Æthelflæd but that he also sent men of violence to hunt her and Ælfwynn down. Pyrlig and Lord Æthelhelm advise King Edward from being drawn in. Notice Cnut will hear of them going to Hywel and will think them weak. And so, Edward offers Uhtred 500 men or more. Edward trains with Steapa in the yard. ("Episode 4.4"), After the battle, Edward greets King Hywel. ("Episode 4.4"), Tettenhall, Mercia; King Edward and Steapa arrive with the Wessex army. He tells her not to return south. He fears a great battle now will result in defeat. Status All the while Edward, Ælswith and Cenric watch from above. She could not forgive him for his infidelities. Ludeca takes lead. Edward demands to be reunited with his children. ("Episode 4.9"), Outside Winchester, Wessex; Edward and the Wessex Guard arrive and charge towards the kingdom, but the gates are shut before they can enter. Ælswith would like to thank Uhtred for his actions. Ælswith then instructs Edward to fetch Beocca so that they may prepare for the first day in a new land. Edward offers East Anglia, but Sigtryggr only wants Eoferwic. Aethelflaed died in 918 and, though she was initially succeeded by her daughter, Ælfwynn, it seems that Edward took the submission of the people of Mercia himself. He gives Uhtred a day to answer him. ("Episode 4.8"), Edward fears that it is too soon for Æthelflæd to leave. ("Episode 4.2"), Pyrlig informs King Edward, Æthelhelm, and Steapa that Cnut has left Aegelesburg and is camped near Tameworthig. Uhtred and Sigtryggr reach the courtyard, where the battle has erupted. ("Episode 4.7"), Father Pyrlig distribute the grain among the people, but the villagers become too unmanageable and start fighting over the grain. The Last Kingdom season five is on the way and the protagonist Uhtred of Bebbanburg (played by Alexander Dreymon) will be in his mid-50s by the next season. The Last Kingdom TV Dramas As Alfred the Great defends his kingdom from Norse invaders, Uhtred -- born a Saxon but raised by Vikings -- seeks to claim his ancestral birthright. Uhtred tells Edward to stand down. Many Mercians believe that uniting the body of the saint will restore their land to greatness. Pyrlig and Ludeca then inform them of a sickness spreading across Mercia. He explains that going in would essentially mean sacrificing his own men. Lord Æthelhelm advises him to act decisively to install someone in Mercia before chaos breaks out. According to historian Ryan Lavelle, Aethelwold “was first off the mark, staking his claim to the Wessex throne by storming into what is now the sleepy Dorset town of Wimborne Minster”. However, King Hywel isn’t interested in an alliance. Historically Gender ("Episode 4.3"), King Edward asks if there’s been any word of Æthelred. ("Episode 4.10"), Aldhelm suggests choosing Ælfweard as his legitimacy isn’t in question, but Edward refuses to choose one son over the other. S1 Æthelflæd hopes that together they can achieve their father’s dreams. He tells Edward to fall back, but Edward sends his men to attack. S3 He states that only a king can deny a king, and by Alfred’s decree, Uhtred is a free man. Though surprised by this revelation, Edward does not contest it. Aldhelm believes that if they show weakness now, Sigtryggr will make a show of cruelty. Pyrlig then reveals that Æthelflæd has escaped and left Aegelesburg. Last night, a crucial scene took place in the little town where I grew up. Æthelhelm advises Edward against overruling the Ealdormen, but he does so regardless, demanding that the gates be open. Æthelhelm schemes to his own plans, Ælswith adds. He admits that he was blind to see that she wasn’t the right person to lead Mercia and apologizes. Pyrlig and Burgred refuse to abandon the sick, but Lord Æthelhelm is in agreement with Ludeca. While he is willing to pay the wergild as punishment, he can’t swear himself to Edward. ("Episode 4.3"), Ælswith joins King Edward, Lord Æthelhelm, Ælflæd, and Pyrlig at the table and asks if they’ve heard about Cnut and how he continues to burn villages from Tofeceaster to Fagranford. He wishes to speak eye-to-eye. Aelfwynn suffers from the sickness sweeping the land. ("Episode 3.10"), Edward plans with Uhtred and the Witan. Edward and the Ealdormen argue that Æthelflæd can’t rule because she is a woman. ("Episode 1.7"), Alfred believes that Edward is sick because God is punishing him for stealing Æthelwolds crown, but Uhtred reminds him that Æthelwold is a fool and had no place being king. "Sword of Kings" She knew that without her, he couldn’t be the king she needed him to be. After the Danes, led by Sigtryggr (Eysteinn Sigurðarson) and Brida (Emily Cox), capture Winchester in King Edward… The Last Kingdom (TV Series 2015– ) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Novel Series They say that Æthelred has 400 men, no match for Cnut’s. Where Brida and the Danes await. The Last Kingdom Season 5 likely to show Aelflaed losing life if Edward discovers her conspiracy. Residence Now, her son can play peacemaker. Eardwulf claims they have no view on it. Edward has looked to God and it is before God that he did swear his love for his wife. Uhtred believes God is testing Alfred and encourages him to give Edward to Iseult. It is the same capital that King Edward (Timothy Innes) spent nearly the entire season fortifying, only to have it fall into the hands of Danish warlord Sigtrygrr (Eysteinn Sigurdarson). Uhtred will only reveal her location if Edward promises that Ælfwynn and Æthelflæd will be protected. ("Episode 4.5"), Edward tells Cenric and Eardwulf that they will seize Uhtred’s land in Coccham and take his children. Ælswith suspects that it was the doing of Æthelhelm, who despises her. ("Episode 4.9"), Winchester has been under siege for 30 days. Uhtred tells Iseult to go prepare and reminds Alfred that they only have one chance. So, Burgred draws his sword. ("Episode 3.5"), Edward and Father Pyrlig find Beocca and tell him that they’re willing to give Uhtred half of the men he asked for. He tells Uhtred to set a day for the attack and he will be there. Still, Edward is very much against his sister ruling. Notice Edward asks to have some time alone with his wife-to-be, but Æthelhelm is very much against it after hearing talk of Edward’s bastard children. Timothy InnesUnknown actor (young) ("Episode 4.6"), Edward questions why his mother is in Mercian. Edward tells her to make the arrangements and he will ask Uhtred to accompany them. ("Episode 4.5"), They discover that Æthelred is dead. If, like me, you love sweeping, epic adventure, then you’ve probably been glued to The Last Kingdom on Netflix. ("Episode 4.4"), Æthelflæd then thanks Edward for his contribution and for saving her. But right now, the crown is the only thing of importance. Lord Æthelhelm intervenes, advising Burgred to remove himself. Finan then lifts Eadith up off the ground after she was caught in the crossfire. ("Episode 4.3"). Edward tells her to leave him alone. He also only holds the position until a younger Ealdormen can come of age and Lady Ælfwynn is old enough to marry. This is a signal of intention. Instead of helping, he tells Pyrlig to dispatch messengers to find Æthelred. ("Episode 4.5"), King Edward, Lord Æthelhelm, and Ludeca agree that the union between Mercia and Wessex is critical. Edward orders his men to lower their weapons. Alfred tells Edward that he will marry Ælflæd. Edward threatens to have Uhtred seized, but he’s done nothing wrong. She won’t allow her child to be condemned to a life of misery. Lord Æthelhelm proposes that Edward allow the Lord of Mercia to return defend to his wife and land. He was the son of King Alfred and Ealhswith of Mercia. Content from both the books and the TV series are welcome! You're now subscribed to our newsletter. For the next few years after Wednesfield, Edward spent his time dealing with the Vikings in East Anglia, carrying on the fortified town network started by King Alfred, and working to secure Mercia and reclaim its lost lands with his sister Aethelflaed and her husband, Ealdorman Æthelred (until his death in 911, after which Aethelflaed took direct control of Mercia). So, who was Edward? He threatens that the Witan will separate from Wessex. Edward of Wessex is a main character in both The Saxon Stories novel series, and The Last Kingdom television series. Oswald had become a popular saint by the early 10th century (his life is explored in this feature on the battle of Heavenfield). The first series of eight episodes premiered on 10 October 2015 on BBC America, and on BBC Two in the UK on 22 October 2015. Æthelwold claims it is Uhtred who betrayed them. There are people there who may wish him ill. Ælswith would like to take charge of Æthelstan and take him to Bedwyn and raise him there, as she raised Edward. © Carnival Film & Television Limited 2016 | a division of NBCUniversal International Studios | Terms & Conditions | Privacy Policy In season 4 of The Last Kingdom, King Alfred is dead, and his son King Edward plays a leading role in attempting to keep Wessex and Mercia together, while fending off the threat from the Vikings. ("Episode 4.10"), Edward reveals to Uhtred that his mother is ill and that she can no longer care for Æthelstan. Because of him, their family now sits on the throne of Wessex and Mercia. They ravaged for five weeks and it is assumed that during this assault, the relics of the seventh-century Northumbrian royal saint Oswald were removed from their resting-place at Bardney in Lincolnshire and brought to Mercia. He is recorded as king of the pagans. Ludeca explains that the order to keep the gates closed applies to all. As ruler, Edward tells her that she’ll have impossible decisions to make. Ælswith reveals that Edward’s second born son, Æthelstan is also with Uhtred. ("Episode 4.10"), Edward and Æthelflæd return from the hall and tell Uhtred that they’ve struck a bargain with Sigtryggr. Unfortunately, the fugitives haven’t been located. Reign Edward retorts that she isn’t a whore. S4 She instructs him to continue to care for Mercia and find the right match for her granddaughter, and peace will come. The real Uchtred the Bold is actually "related" to Edward as he is his Great Great Grandson-in-law after he married Ælfgifu. She then orders Edward and Cenric to open the gates for Uhtred as there’s no need for conflict. And so they come to an agreement. Aldhelm tells her that while the king is trying to be bold, his decisions are rash. Timothy Innes, Actor: The Favourite. He accused Edward of orchestrating the sickness and closing off the city, leaving them without food or guards. Hair Edward is the son of Alfred and Ælswith, and the younger brother of Æthelflæd. ("Episode 4.4"), Aegelesburg, Mercia; King Edward, Lord Æthelhelm, and Pyrlig ride into Mercia to hold Æthelred accountable for abandoning his people. He wonders what happens to one child if he chooses the other.

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