William the Conqueror was the reigning king for 21 yearsfrom 1066 to 1087and was a very successful king.
He lived for 60 yearsKing William I of England was born sometime in the year 1028 and died on September 9, 1087. He was either 58 or 59 when he died.
I take it you mean William the First, also known as The Conqueror. He was born in 1027 and ruled England from 1066 until his death in 1087.
Feudalism developed in Europe long before William the Conqueror. It started developing during the final days of the Roman Empire. William made a major change in England. In Europe one group reported to the next higher group, but was not involved in the group above that one. William changed Feudalism in England. The King was everyone's overlord. Thus, while a Lord of the Manor might report to a Duke, the Lord of the Manor was also under the King and the King outranked the Duke. If there was a disagreement between the Duke and the King, the Lord of the Manor was expected to side with the King.
He was King of England for 21 years.
William the Conqueror was the first Norman King of England. He was Duke of Normandy before conquering England. He fought a decisive battle known as 'Battle of Hastings' on 14th October, 1066 against Harold Godwinson, the last Anglo-Saxon King. The battle was only one day long and ended in a decisive victory for William's army.
Since the year 613 but there were different kingdoms, each with its own monarch. It wasn't until 1066 that there was only one monarch, William I, aka William the Conqueror.
Harold Godwinson (1022-1066) ruled England as Harold II for just 40 weeks in 1066 (January 6 to October 14) before being killed at the Battle of Hastings, which established William I (William the Conqueror) as king in December of that year. Harold's rival for the throne, Edgar the Aetheling, was proclaimed king, but not crowned, in the intervening two months.
He reigned over England from 1066 to 1087.
It took king William 6 and a half years which is 365*6=2190 the half of 365=182.5
I think you can count from 1046 with the Battle of Hastings and William the Conqueror winning the crown. He was more powerful and in control than anyone before him.
I think he reigned for 21 years :):):)
No, there is not, as long as you are part of the Royal Family, such as Prince William.
The monarchy of England considers itself an unbroken line of succession since 1066. That was the year in which William I invaded England and became its king.
William the Conqueror took over Britain following the Battle of Hastings in 1066 AD. He was a thin, fair skinned man with brunette hair and a long goatee.
Since 1066 when William the Conqueror won at the battle of Hastings.
25 December 1066 – 9 September 1087; That's two years
It took only 16 days from the landing of Norman soldiers to the victory at the Battle of Hastings (14 October). William the Conqueror expected that to be the end of it, but Edgar Atheling was proclaimed king and heavy fighting continued for another 2 months before English forces collapsed and William the Conqueror was crowned king on Christmas Day. This still was not the end of it, and major outbreaks of resistance continued for another 5 years. This resistance had its back broken by the "harrying of the North", a campaign of genocide and destruction by William the Conqueror's forces. This answer assumes the question was about how long it took the Normans to gain control over England. If the question is actually about how long they controlled England for, the answer is that they never left. The seat of control of the Norman kingdom was moved to England, and eventually the original Norman part of the kingdom was lost, but the Norman state never relinquished control of England, it just very gradually became more English than Norman.
As of 2017, it was 951 years ago- it was the year in which The Normans invaded England and established William the Conqueror as monarch, putting an end to Anglo-Saxon rule of the country.
21 years, because he was on the throne from 1066-1087.
Yes!!! Harold Godwienson got crowned king during the battle of Hastings! But not for long. Harold Godwienson beat Harald Hadraada in the 1st part but then he unfortunately got killed by William the Conqueror.
Harold Hadrada did not win the battle of hastings he was killed by Harold Godwinson at Stanford bridge. After a long fight William Duke of Normandy shot Harold Godwinson in the eye which made William thr king of England.
He was king of England from 1042-1066!!!
I'm not quite sure but i think he ruled for 30 odd years. hope i can help
13 years (1087-1100)