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Was the Battle of Stamford Bridge true?

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2017-07-25 03:16:24
2017-07-25 03:16:24

yes, in 1066 Harold Hardrada was slayed by Harold Godwinson on 11th October at around around 12pm that's when a messenger came and told Godwinson that William of Normandy had arrived in the south so Harold had to take his men down to the south.

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The battle of Stamford Bridge commenced on 25th September 1066.

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The Battle of Stamford Bridge was fought on September 25 in 1066 and lasted one day.

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The Battle of Stamford Bridge was important because it was one of the two battles which was deciding a new king.

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Harold Hardrada was defeated and killed at the battle of Stamford Bridge. Therefore he didn't participate in the Battle of Hastings.

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no he was in the battle of Stamford bridge

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Stamford, but it's a town not a city.

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The battle of Stamford Bridge was on 25th of September 1066 and Harold Godwinson won And Harold Hadrada Lost !

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The Battle of Stamford Bridge happened in a large village on the river Derwent in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England, approximately 9 miles to the east of York. The village is called Stamford Bridge.

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The Battle of Stamford Bridge, which took place on September 25, 1066, was fought between the Kingdom of England and the Kingdom of Norway. The English won the battle.

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Stamford Bridge, East Riding of Yorkshire

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Stamford Bridge is in the County of East Yorkshire, about 7 miles east of York.

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battle at stamford bridge

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King Harold Godwinson, of England fought and defeated King Harold Hardrada of Norway at the Battle of Stamford Bridge

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if you mean stamford bridge then yes he did


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