William Duke of Normandy "The Conqueror". No, it was King Edgar the Atheling Reigned 15th Oct. - 10th Dec. 1066. William became King on 25th December 1066.
He became King on the 25th of December 1066.
harald became king in 1066
he became king
After the Death of Edward the confessor in January 1066, Harold of Wessex became king... this was to be a very short reign as he was then killed at the Battle of Hastings on the 14th October 1066. After the Battle Edgar Aethling became king for about 3 months until William the Conqueror was crowned on Christmas Day 1066
He was King Of England. Harold was defeated and killed at the Battle of Hastings, 1066, by William of Normandy, who then became king.
King Harold became king after Edward the Confessor died
William became king after the battle of hastings William became king after the battle of hastings
well the answer is King William "the conquerer" of Normandy took the throne
In 1066 in the Battle of Hastings he became the King of England.
Yes he became king on 6 January 1066
William, Duke of Normandy
william from normandy
England had no one ruler in 1066. When the year began, King Edward III was the king. He died. Harold then became king. Then William, the Duke of the French Province of Normandy, killed Harold. Then both William and Edgar Atheling claimed to be the King of England. Then William killed Edgar. At the end of 1066, William became the undisputed King of England.
William of Normandy became king on the 25th of December 1066 after defeating the Saxons in the Battle of hastings on the 14th of October 1066.
william the first became king in 1066
William Duke of Normandy became King William I of England after his victory at the Battle of Hastings in 1066.
King William became king on christmas day in 1066. he died on Sept 9 1087
William became king after beating Harold at the Battle of Hastings in 1066.
William the Conqueror captured England and became King.
William became king on christmas day in 1066
William, Duke of Normandy.
King William "the conquerer" of Normandy took the throne of England from King Harold of the Saxons he was a good king
William became king on 25th December 1066
Earl Harold Godwinson (i think) . Harold, then William the Conqueror.
William of Normandy (aka William the Conqueror)
Interesting question, they're were actually three kings in 1066. The first was Edward the Confessor who died on 5th of January 1066, then King Harold became King until he was beaten by William I (William the Conquerer) in October of the same year. So I suppose the first King in that year was Edward the Confessor by 5 days.
King William I ruled From 1066 to 1087. He ruled for 21 years. King William I became king after he won the battle of Hastings.
1066 When William the Conqueror became king and with the fall of the Roman empire and Constantine became Holy Roman Emperor.
Yes, Harold was king in 1066 until the Battle of Hastings when Harold was shot in the eye with an arrow by William of Normandy's army. After Harold had been killed William became king and went around killing most of the english and robbing their houses.
William the conquerer invaded England and became King in 1066 AD.
Wales has always been connected as it part of the land mass of Britain however, through governance Wales is in the UK because Henry VII of Wales won a battle against Richard III of England and became the King of England. He became the King of two different countries and united them
On Monday 25th December 1066, William the Duke of Normandy overthrew the Anglo-Saxon's army (With the help of his army) and became the new king
Englishman Harold Godwinson became king of England after the death of Edward the Confessor. The King of Norway as well as William of Normandy (who would defeat King Harold and take the throne of England) were not native to England.
Edward, later King Edward VIII. He was made Prince of Wales in 1910 and kept the title until he became king in 1936.
William II Duke of Normandy, was crowned William I King of England on Christmas's day 1066, after having defeated Harold Godwinson at the battle of Hastings. He was also known as William the Conqueror.
He was crowned on Christmas day of 1066 but you could say he became king when he won tha battle
It started when he became king in 1066. The feudal system was with the king at the top then the barons then came the knights then the peasant's.
The Duke of Normandy became William 1 (William the Conqueror) in 1066
Harald Hardrada was born in Poland but moved to Spain for 1 year when he was 21 , but soon moved to Wales and then fighted to be king in 1066.
Because from 449- 1066 the Saxons ruled England, but in 1066 Duke William of Normandy won the Battle of Hastings which made him king and he was not a Saxon so it became the Norman period of the Middle Ages.
Edward the Confessor became King on the 8th June 1042. His reign ended when he died on the 5th January 1066.
William of Normandy was crowned king in 1066
Harold II was King of England between 1042-1066.
William, Duke of Normandy, who become known as William the Conquerer after he became King of England.
He was the first Norman King of England and became king in 1066 at the battle of Hastings. He conquered England and it's ruler, Harold (who got shot in the eye). He became king by conquering England. They called him the first English king although he came from France.
William the Confessor was crowned the king in 1066.
Edward of Caernarvon, who later became King Edward II
1066, when Henry I (Henry Plantagenet) became king, to 1485, When Henry VII (Henry Tudor) was crowned
In 1066 William the Conquerer was the king of England but he came from France.