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The day the victor of the Battle of Hastings was crowned?

The day William the Conqueror was crowned was Christmas Day, the 25th of December.


What was after the battle of Hastings?

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NO. William (the Conqueror) did not die at the Battle of Hastings, but became the first of the Norman Kings of England. He was crowned King at Westminster Abbey on Christmas Day, 1066. However, his opponent, King Harold did die at Hastings.


Did William of Normandy become king at the battle of hastings?

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In the battle of hastings what happened at midday?

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Did William of Normandy get the throne?

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What was the day that the Battle of Hastings take place on?

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Was the battle of hastings and the battle of Stanford bridge on the same day?

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What date was the Battle of Hastings taken place?

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When did the Battle of Hastings occur?

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What day did William win the Battle of Hastings?

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Where did Battle of Hastings took place?

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Was there a new king after the Battle of Hastings?

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How long did the Battle of Hastings go on for?

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What day was the Battle of Hastings?

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What day of the week did the Battle of Hastings start?

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What is the present day name of place where the battle of hastings took place?

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Facts about the Battle of Hastings?

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