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How many ships did William of Normandy take to the battle of Hastings?

William took about 700 ships


When did William of Normandy take the throne?

William of Normandy became King William I in 1066 after he successfully destroyed the Anglo-Saxon Dynasty, and won the Battle of Hastings.


How was William of Normandy able to take control of England?

king edward died and then there was a fight (the battle of hastings)(between William of Normandy and Harold godwineson) and William won!


How did the Battle of Hastings take place?

The battle of hastings, took place when both sides had a meal and then they fought. In the end William of Normandy won


Why did Harold take part in Battle of Hastings?

Because he wanted to be the king of England however so did William duke of Normandy


Who is the most important person in the system of no.17 in the Battle of Hastings?

it is obviously duke william of normandy or inevitably but thats not for me to argue about i am not a historian dont take that personally folks!


How did William get to the Battle of Hastings?

He left Normandy, and came to England at Pevencsy(wrong spelling, help!). Then, he started raping and pillaging around Pevencsy until Harold Godwinson couldn't take it anymore.


How long did it take William to get to Hastings in 1066?

300 days


How many troops did William take with him to the battle of hastings?

about 7000 men


After what battle did William take the England throne?

It is known as the Battle of Hastings in 1066.


Why did William choose Hastings?

He didn't and Hastings played no part in the battle. The Saxon King Harold arranged for his army to gather at the "hoar (grey and old) apple tree", a familiar landmark that the men would have known, sited on a ridge which would give the English a defensive high ground position. This was at the place now called Battle, not at Hastings. This ridge at Battle was a very strong position with marshes and ditches in front and around it, commanding the main route from Hastings to London - the route that William had to take. Given sufficient troops, Harold could have held the position indefinitely and William would have lost.


What did William duke of Normandy do after he became king?

he sent out his men to take surveys


Where did the the battle between Harold and William take place?

Senlac hill (near Hastings)


What is the driving distance from Hastings to Brighton?

It's about 40 miles from Hastings to Brighton.


Who were the four people who said they were heir to edward the confessor?

Harold Godwinson, Edward's brother-in-law, who succeeded Edward as Harold II. Edgar Atheling, Edward's nearest heir, who attempted to take the throne as Edgar II after Harold II was killed at the Battle of Hastings. Harald Hardrade (Harald III of Norway), who died while unsuccessfully invading England to claim the throne. William II of Normandy (William the Bastard), who became William I of England (William the Conqueror) after the Battle of Hastings.


How many kilometers is the journey from Dover to Hastings?

83 kmThis is the route:Take A20 (& M20) LONDON, from Dover, to A2070 @ J10 on M20.Take A2070 to A259 HASTINGS @ the ENZETT ROUNDABOUT.Take A259 to Hastings.


How many ships did william of normandy take to england?

It is believed he took a fleet of around 700 ships.


Who was Harold Godwin scared of?

He was probably scared of William of Normandy because he wanted to take his place on the throne.


What was William the conqueror nickname?

When William the Conqueror was growing up he was called William the B*****d because his parents were not married. After the Battle of Hastings, he was called William the Conqueror because of his take over of England.


What army won the Battle of Hastings?

it all started because the king died with no person to take over the throne so William and Harold fought in the battle of hastings. William won the battle and soon had been named William the conqueror. He brought french influence to England, and brought feudalism there.


How many boats did William take to the battle of Hastings?

em.... this question is unknown probably 1000s


In what century did the Battle of Hastings take place?

The Battle of Hastings took place between William the Conqueror and King Harold in 1066 which is the 11th Century. I used to live in a place called Harold Wood, but it was nowhere near Hastings...


Why was the Battle of Hastings so important?

The Battle of Hastings was important because it would decide who would take the throne and be the King of England. Also after this battle, Normandy was introduced to a new system of government in which the king would usually offer to his warriors a plot of land called a fief, in exchange for their loyalty. The battle of Hastings was important, because whoever won determined who the king of England would be. The battle was between William the conqueror of France and Harold at Hastings. William ended up being crowned the king of England. After the battle of Hastings, the course of the English language changed. For example, the word "Beef" comes from the French word "Boef", because only the rich people could afford to eat it.


Why did the Battle of Hastings take place in Hastings?

The battle of Hastings actually took place 6 miles away from Hastings.


How many miles from hastings to dover?

51 miles taking this route:Take A259 FOLKESTONE, from Hastings to M20 to DOVER and the CHANNEL TUNNEL via A2070.Take M20 & A20 to DOVER.