answersLogoWhite

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered 2011-05-30 09:41:00

Harold Hardrada was defeated and killed at the battle of Stamford Bridge.

Therefore he didn't participate in The Battle of Hastings.

001
๐Ÿ™
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0
User Avatar

Your Answer

Related Questions


no he was in the battle of Stamford bridge


Harald Hardrada did not win the Battle of Hastings, he was killed earlier at the Battle of Stamford Bridge.


harold hardrada wasnt at the battle of hastings, He was defeated at stamford Bridge a few days earlier


Harald Hardrada died at the battle of Stamford Bridge a few weeks before the battle of Hastings.


Harald Hardrada wasn't in the battle of Hastings. He was in the battle of Gate Fulford and Stamford Bridge, he was defeated at Stamford Bridge by Harold Godwinsson; Harald Hardrada was hit in the neck with an arrow and then attacked by 3 English troops. Harold Godwinnson was defeated at the Battle of Hastings by possibly an arrow to the eye, or being hacked down by Norman Cavalry.


Harald Hardrada was not at the Battle of Hastings, he had been killed at the Battle of Stamford Bridge near York by the army of Harold Godwinson.


Harald Hardrada landed at a village were the battle of Stamford bridge, took place. The village was called Stamford bridge, East riding of York shire. In England on the 25th of September 1066.


Harold Godwineson won the battle of Stamford Bridge, and then William Duke of Normandy won the battle of Hastings due to his leadership, preparation and luck.


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



the 2nd battle is the battle of hastings the 1st battle in 1066 was approx 2 weeks before as Harold hardrada tried to invade at the north as the winds blew in his favour and the battle took place at stamford bridge the 2nd battle is the battle of hastings the 1st battle in 1066 was approx 2 weeks before as Harold hardrada tried to invade at the north as the winds blew in his favour and the battle took place at stamford bridge the 2nd battle is the battle of hastings the 1st battle in 1066 was approx 2 weeks before as Harold hardrada tried to invade at the north as the winds blew in his favour and the battle took place at stamford bridge



on the same day of the battle of hastings the 14th of october 1066 and he tried to invade England at stamford bridge


The battle of Stamford bridge took place three weeks before the battle of Hastings.



The Battle of Stamford Bridge


The battle of Hastings, the battle of Forthford gates and the battle of Stamford Bridge.


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.


The Battle of Stamford Bridge ended in 1066, the same year as the battle of Hastings.



Harold Hardrada lost the Battle of Stamford Bridge to King Harold Godwinsson


September 20 - the Battle of FulfordSeptember 25 - the Battle of Stamford BridgeOctober 14 - the Battle of HastingsSo, looking in chronological view, the Battle of Stamford Bridge (King Harold II of England defeats the Vikings under Harald Hardrada) was the second battle of 1066.


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


There were no Normans at the Battle of Stamford Bridge. Stamford Bridge was a battle between the forces of King Harold II of England and the Norwegian invader Harold Hardrada.


He didn't - because at the Battle of Stamford Bridge, Hadrada was killed, and he wouldn't have been at the Battle of Hastings. Maybe you're getting confused between him and Harold Godwinson who was at the battle, but was supposedly shot in the eye, resulting in the winner being William the Conquer.



Copyright ยฉ 2021 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.