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Did the Roman Army fight in The Battle of Hastings?

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No. The Roman Army had ceased to exist long before the Battle of Hastings.

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The Battle of Hastings was as fair as any war could be. Each army had prepared and trained for the fight they were going into.


there where no breaks at the battle of hastings as it was fight to the death except for when the English thought they had won and the Norman army killed the English king and then the army was destoyed


The invading army at the Battle of Hastings was the Norman army. It was led by the winner of the battle, William the Conqueror.


Harold of wessex's army were un organized howeveer Williams army used the shield wall which helped them win the battle


he was well prepared for the fight and his army was well trained.


The Saxons (English army) had arrived in Hastings after the Battle of Stamford Bridge, which was fought against the Vikings.



Harold Godwinson lead the Saxon army to the battle of Hastings.


The winner of the Battle of Hastings was William Duke of Normandy leading the Norman Army.


Harold was unlucky because he made his army walk 300 miles to fight Harold Hadrada then he walked another 300 miles back to Hastings to fight William


Harold made two mistakes during the Battle of Hastings. First, he left some of his army in the North after a battle with his brother Tostig. Second, he did not have cavalry or nearly enough archers to fight William.


the defending army where the saxson's (english)


The Norman Army from Normandy, France.


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Harolds' army turned around & marched from Yorkshire to the south coast to fight William at Hastings.


In the Senlac Hill [Sanquela] King Harold III deployed his army to fight against the Normans in the battle of Hastings. It was October 14, 1066


Harold Godwinson won the battle of Stamford Bridge, but it tired his army, and afterwords the army had to march a very long way to get to the Battle of Hastings. It is thought that part of the reason he lost at Hastings was that his army was tired.




The normans defeated Harold Godwinson's army in the battle of Hastings. Hope that helps!! :) Unknown Person ;)


i think williams army did somthing wrong and they did a deal with harolds army


The Roman Army fought mostly in Europe and Africa.


Harald Hardrada was not at the Battle of Hastings, he had been killed at the Battle of Stamford Bridge near York by the army of Harold Godwinson.


his army was tired out and had a low moral




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