How was Harold Godwineson crowned King?
Harold was crowned king because he was a brave respected leader
Harold Godwineson was king then William the conquer defeated him and became king of England!
Harold Godwineson was crowned king of england before the battle of hastings william the conqueror wanted the throne so he started the battle
Answer harold godwineson was born in1022
he was crowned king of england William from Normandy was king after Harold
They were fighting because they both wanteds to be king
Because he didn't like the fact that his brother (Harold Godwineson) was king.
Harold Godwinson was crowned king on January 6, 1066.
There is a link below to a Bayeaux Tapestry picture of Harold Godwinson being crowned.
Harold Hadraada was never crowned king of Norway.
Harold Godwineson was born and raised in England.
Harold Godwinson was crowned unlawfully by a man called Stigand, who the Pope of that time had ordered should no longer be a priest.
edward the confesser
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.
he was crowned in the 6th of January 1066 the day Edward the confessor died
Harold Godwineson and William of Normandy ps. this is the correct way of spelling godwineson
well he was feeling sad
Yes, as will all people.
Stamford bridge is where he died
because king edward was married to his sister and Harold was quite an important man already Also because the King Eward promised Harold Godwinsin the thrown
In 1064 king Edward the Confessor was king of England he died in 1066 from a strange illness and The Earl of Wessex Earl Harold was crowned King Harold the II
Harald Hardrada was the King of Norway. He was also the nephew of England's previous king. His family originated form Scandinavia He was the one who fought Harold Godwineson for the position of Englan's King. Unfortunately neither of them won, because Harold defeated Harald and William defeated Harold. love Sweta
little did he know that the Germans were coming to evacuate their children!
Harold Godwineson has long hair and a mustache he was a bulky man .
I think that Harold Godwineson, should have been king because he was by law related to him. And if the claim against was that he is not blood related, then the law means nothing.
between Harold godwineson and Williams fight
I think that someone escaped from York and came too warn Harold
Because he had defeated King Harold II in battle at Hastings.
he went to war
William led the Normans and Harold led the Saxons (English). Harold was crowned king earlier in the year but William was angry that he wasn't crowned king so he started a battle against the Saxons. Hope I helped:)
On January 5th, 1066, Edward the Confessor, King of England, died. Harold Godwinson was crowned King Harold II the next day
Harold Godwineson was killed at the Battle of Hastings allegedly by an arrow striking his eye.
He was brave warrior in battle and strond
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.
he died on the 5th of January 1066 the same day Harold godwinson was crowned king
I think this is right. William fighted Harold because Harold got crowned king when William was promised to. so William fighted Harold to be king. nearly but William killed Harold because he was too impationt to wait for Harold to die so he could become king acttually, they fout for land
The coronation was held at Westminster, London, at Christmas 1066. The very same place Harold had been crowned before him!
because he lied and he was a thief
he fighted agaistest the normans and the battle of hastings
Edward the Confessor did not have any children to one day become future kings, so three people fought for the throne: William the Conqueror Harold Hardraada Harold Godwineson Before Edward died he promised William of Normandy that he would be king, however the English people wanted Harold Godwineson as their future king. Harold Hadraada was from Norway, and the throne was rightfully his because of his ancestors. Harold did not know what to do; protect… Read More
king edward died and then there was a fight (the battle of hastings)(between William of Normandy and Harold godwineson) and William won!
It was Harold Godwineson, though this caused much dispute as a few people wanted to be King (see Battle of Hastings questions for more help about that).
wales either wessex or Essex but he was duke of wessex
Harold Godwinson was crowned king of England on January 6th 1066 when Edward the Confessor the king of England had died. Edward the Confessor had fallen into a coma sometime in December and people were worried that he would never wake up(he had not stated his heir yet). Luckily, he briefly woke up to try to get the royals to vote for Harold Godwinson. (they were debating over who should be king next) And... yeah.
We know because William was crowned King of England shortly afterwards while King Harold was dead.
He fought him over the English throne, and Godwineson defeated Hardrada at the Battle of Stamford Bridge.
you mean 'harold Godwineson'?
because he wasn't English so he wouldn't know much about the way of living and Harold Godwineson was an Englishman and was the most powerful man in Britain
Because Edward the Confessor died and he had no sons to to take his place as King the title was passed down to the most powerful man in the whole of Britain, (at the time) Earl Harold of Wessex