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Stamford bridge this is befor the battle of hastings


The Battle of Stamford Bridge was fought a few days before the Battle of Hastings.


Senlac Hill, Hastings, East Sussex, England The Battle of Stamford Bridge preceded Hastings. After defeating the Vikings there, the Anglo-Saxon forces had to march across the width of England from the bridge to battle William at Hastings.


The first battle in 1066 was the Battle of Stamford Bridge



The first battle in 1066 was The Battle of Stamford Bridge.


If you mean the one from which Harold marched to fight William of Normandy at Hastings, it was the Battle of Stamford Bridge. (something Chelsea fans have been re-creating ever since!)


The Battle of Stamford Bridge was on 25 September 1066 and was an English victory. The Battle of Hastings was on 14 October 1066 and was a Norman victory which resulted in the death of Harold II and made King William I the first Norman ruler of England.


THE BATTLE OF HASTINGS it was called the Battle Of Hastings and it was fought in Sussex in 1066 the second was called the battle of Stamford bridgeThe first battle of 1066 was that of Fulford, fought on September 20,1066, where King Harold III Hardrada's Norse invading Army, aided by Tostig, the half brother of King Harold of England, defeated the troops of Mercia and Northumbria led by the earls Edwin and Morcar.


not the first time the first time he lost to him at the battle of fulford and he won the battle of Stamford bridge


Because three people both wanted the crown and claimed they were told they could have it. One of them became king which resolved in the other two attacking ( Battle of stamford bridge- King Harald Hadrada and King Harold Godwinson. Was the first attack) And then William the Conqueror fought King Harold Godwinson,Hastings hence the name. William won and therefore became king!


This depends on which challenge you are referring to and which timeframe. In 1066, the Anglo-Saxons and Norwegians matched forces at the Battle of Stamford Bridge, and the battle traditionally symbolizes the end of the Viking Age, which was a challenge for many of their victims.


in the year of the Battle of Hastings 1066 Harald sigurdson (Otherwise known as Hardrada) of Norway was the first to land in England with an invasion force and was defeated at stamford, but the battle of hasting was fought between Harold godwineson of England and the invading army of William of Normandy


The first battle in 1066 was the "Battle of Stamford Bridge", between Harold Godwinson and Harold Hardrada, a Viking invader. Harold Godwinson won the battle and then marched south with his army to meet William Duke of Normandy in the famous The second was the "Battle of Hastings". William triumphed in the battle and he was later that year, on Christmas day 1066, crowded King of England.


There were 2 battles in 1066. First, Harold Godwinson fought Harald Hadraada at Stamford Bridge. After winning, Harold Godwinson fought William of Normandy in the battle of Hastings. This time, Harold lost, and was killed when he was shot in the eye by an arrow.


The Battle of Hasting when Wiiliam of Normandy defeated King Harold to become William I of England.-edit-1066 - Harold II is crowned king the day after Edward the Confessor dies. Tostig and Harold Hardraada of Norway invade England: Harold defeats them at the Battle of Stamford Bridge, killing both; Battle of Hastings: 19 days after battle of Stamford Bridge, William of Normandy lands at Pevensey, defeats and kills Harold; William I, the Conqueror, first Norman King of England (to 1087)



Winning the battle of hastings in 1066 established William I as the first Norman King of England.


The name of the king before the battle of Hastings was Harold Hardrada!!!


The Battle of Hastings


The Battle of Hastings took place in the countryside near a town called Hastings, in East Sussex.



the normans arrived first at the battle and they gained the hill but the Saxons were 1st to attack in the battle.


The first battle in 1066 was the "Battle of Fulford" on September 20th between the Earls Edwin and Morcar of England, in command of half the English forces and the Scandinavian invaders under Harald Hardrada of Norway. The English lost. The next battle was the "The Battle of Stamford Bridge" on September 25th. It began when Harald Hardrada and the Vikings attacked,but their army was soon defeated by King Harold Godwinson'sEnglish army who had arrived from the south. King Harold then travelled south to a place called "Battle" where the famous "Battle of Hastings" took place on October 14th (Although it was set in Battle.. but you can't call it the "Battle of Battle"). Harold Godwinsons army was tired from the long walk from Stamford Bridge, and this resulted in William of Normandy'sarmy destroying the English army. William of Normandy was latter crowned King Of England at Westminster Abbey, on Christmas Day 1066.


Harold Godwineson was crowned king of england before the battle of hastings william the conqueror wanted the throne so he started the battle



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