The battle of hastings was in a town called battle (which was not named battle until after the battle of hastings) it was in the middle of knowwere and it was about 10km from a town called hastings.
becauser there wasnt a war on then and people were getting bored
harold hardrada wasnt at the battle of hastings, He was defeated at stamford Bridge a few days earlier
The battle of hastings got its name because it was near a place called Hastings (about 10km from it) and it was in a place called battle, which didnt get its name until after the battle.
AnswerThe battle was fought on Senlac Hill, in a village called Battle, eight miles north west of the coastal town of Hastings in the south east of England.It could have been called "the Battle of Senlac Hill", or even "the Battle for England," but all historians now use the name "Battle of Hastings."Perhaps it is called the battle of hastings as Williams troops arrived in Pevensey and made their way to Hasting where they awaited Harold and his armyWell, in those times battle was really called Hastings. So they called it the Battle of Hastings. However they soon changed Hastings and called it battle AFTER the battle had happened. But they did not see the point in changing the name, because it was already history.
The battle of Hastings was near hastings, and after the battle the town was called Battle. It was fought in October, 1066 it ended on October the 14th. Hope this helps x
The Battle of Hastings took place in the countryside near a town called Hastings, in East Sussex.
It wasnt to be!
Because it took place ina town in England called Hastings.
The battle of hastings was at a town just outside which was ot named until after the batle took place and they called it battle. The battle of hastings was at a town just outside which was ot named until after the batle took place and they called it battle.
In a place called Battle, 6 miles inland to the north-west of Hastings.