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About 19 days passed. The Battle of Stamford Bridge was on September 25, 1066, and The Battle of Hastings was on October 14 of the same year.

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no the battle of hastings came ofter the battle of stamford bridge



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The Battle of Stamford Bridge in Yorkshire between Harold II of England and Harold Hardrada of Norway did not lead immediately to any kings being crowned. But later the same year the victor of Stamford Bridge, Harold II, was killed at the battle of Hastings on the south coast. After Hastings, Duke William of Normandy was crowned King of England.


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Stamford Bridge. As to Stamford Bridge being a lesser known location I think not. The least known location is Battle, the actual site of the battle of Hastings.



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