Who killed King Harold?
King Harold II (Harold Godwinson); was killed at the Battle of Hastings.
Harold hardrada was killed by Harold Godwinson in the battle of hastings
King william of normandy kill's king harold godwinson
Harold Haadrada did not become King of England. (CORRECTION!) He was killed by the legitimate King of England, Harold Godwinson (Harold I), at Stamford Bridge. King Harold then had to march South to face William of Normandy, and was killed at Hastings. William then became King, and his successors have been on the throne ever since.
King Harold was killed in the battle of Hastings, an arrow in his eye, painful!
Harold Godwinson, who was king of England at the time of the battle of Hastings, killed Harold Hardraada at the battle of Stamford Bridge.
William killed Harold and then became king
Harold did not kill William. William killed Harold by shooting an arrow in his eye.
October 14, 1066
because he saw your face
He was King Of England. Harold was defeated and killed at the Battle of Hastings, 1066, by William of Normandy, who then became king.
harald hadrada was killed by Harold godwinson
You need to be clearer on which Harold Harold Hadrada or Harold Godwinson. but William fought and killed Harold g because he couldn't claim the throne until Harold g was dead. so he Killed Harold to become king. does that answer your question
The Normans had many advantages over King Harold. So, yes, one of them was that King Harold was killed. However, Wikipedia states that there was an account of the battle that stated that he was killed by four nights and dismembered.
he killed many of the English, and then he finally reached King Harold, and then killed him. Once King Harold was dead, William the Conqueror became the new King of England.
wrong it is in fact Harold godwinson. William duke of normandys arm killed Harold so he became king
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.
He got killed by the king and when he died then Harold godwinson became king.
King Harold is supposed to have been killed by an arrow which hit his eye and entered his brain.
Harold Godwinson was never The King he fought William Duke of Normandy but failed and was killed. The Duke killed both of his challengers and won the throne.
King Harold was actually killed at the battle of hastings, supposedly by an lucky Norman arrow through is eye, but historians only know that he was killed at the battle and not in what manner it occured.
I think this is right. William fighted Harold because Harold got crowned king when William was promised to. so William fighted Harold to be king. nearly but William killed Harold because he was too impationt to wait for Harold to die so he could become king acttually, they fout for land
He killed the previous King (Harold Godwinson) at the Battle of Hastings in 1066
Harold Godwinson was king of England until he was killed at the battle of Hastings. He was the son of Godwin, Earl of Wessex.
Harold g killed Hardrada in the battle of Stanford brigde but William defeats Harold g
Harold Godwinson - Harold the second - was the last Anglo-Saxon king of England and was killed at the Battle of Hastings on 14th October 1066.
The Battle of Hastings was fought on 14 October 1066. William of Normandy defeated King Harold II, who was killed, and William became King of England.
Yes!!! Harold Godwienson got crowned king during the battle of Hastings! But not for long. Harold Godwienson beat Harald Hadraada in the 1st part but then he unfortunately got killed by William the Conqueror.
He defeated the Anglo-Saxon army of Harold 1 in October 1066. Harold was killed during the battle which allowed William to become king.
On the Bayeux Tapestry it is shown that Harold got an arrow in the eye. I have heard it said he was actually killed in Melee against the Norman cavalry, probably by sword strike.
Harold Godwinson (King Harold II) had killed the Norwegian leader called Harald Hardrada in 1066. Harold II's traitorous brother Tostig was also killed fighting with the Norwegians. Stamford Bridge is in Yorkshire, England.
King William was king after Harold
Harold II, the King who was killed at the Battle of Hastings, and whose government was then overthrown by William I (the Conqueror).
The Anglo-Saxon king after Edward the Confessor was Harold Godwinson. Harold Godwinson ruled from January to October 1066 when he was killed in the Battle of Hastings.
William Duke of 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.
Duke William the Second of Normandy defeated King Harold the Second of Wessex at the Battle of Hastings. The battle occurred in October 1066 and Harold was killed.
Because she was the wife of (English King) Harold (Godwinson) who was defeated and killed at Hastings by William the Conqueror.
Yes but only for a short time because he was killed at the Battle of Hasting in 1066
They were defeated, Harold was killed and William became king.
This was a battle between King Harold II of England and King Harald III of Norway for the English crown. the English won and Harald was killed. A few weeks later Harold himself was killed at the battle of Hastings and William, Duke of Normandy, became King of England. The contenders for the throne were, Edgar 'The Atheling' , Harold Hadrada, William Duke of Normandy and Harold Godwinson. The new king was needed because the… Read More
No. Harald Hardrada (Harald III) was the Norwegian king who invaded England in 1066 and was killed fighting the English king Harold Godwinson at the Battle of Stamford Bridge. Godwinson himself was killed only three weeks later at the Battle of Hastings, losing his throne to William of Normandy. Godwinson had been the king of England for just nine months.
King Harold; some say he got an arrow in the eye, others say he was trampled by aNorman knight and some say he was disemboweled, beheaded and killed by 4 knights. This is shown in the Bayeux Tapestry and above it in Latin it says "King Harold is killed". However, to this day nobody really knows how he died.
In England, Harold means army commander. Army, weald power. Derivative of Hereweald. Famous Bearers: King Harold II of England who was killed in the Battle of Hastings in 1066. In Scandinavia, Harold means army ruler.
In the Bayeux tapestry, the "viking" is none other than Harold Godwinson, the king at that time.
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Harold Godwinson went to Harald Hardrada then killed Harald and his troops. Then William invaded and Harold Godwinson died with a arrow n his eye
King Harold did not win the Battle of Hastings. He was killed toward the end, which caused his army to retreat. This marked the beginning of the Norman takeover of England.
Harold Godwinson was a good king because he was loyal and made great use of being what he was. Harold became king because Edward the conqueror married his sister and he was the closest relative to the throne. but unluckily shortly after he became king he was killed in the battle of Hastings in 1066.
sorry i don't know, i need it for humanities homework though! :( King Harold Godwinson's brother was named Tostig. ANSWER. King Harold Godwinson had four brothers: Sweyn Earl of Wessex, dead in 1052, Tostig, who betrayed him and was killed at the battle of Stamford Bridge, Leofwin, Earl of Kent and and Gyrth, Earl of Essex, both killed at the battle of Hastings in 1065. Harold had also a sister, Edith who got married to… Read More