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Jan 4, 2022

[Answer] 3. Toward the end of the tapestry the narrative reads "Hic Harold rex interfectus est" which in English means "Here, King Harold is killed". How is King Harold generally believed to have died?

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...1. He was hit in the right eye with an arrow 2. He was trampled to death by Norman horsemen 3. He was beheaded with a Norman battle-axe 4. He was bludgeoned by Bishop Odo with his mace At the top of Senlac Hill, Harold watches his soldiers being cut to pieces by the Normans. He himself, is resisting along with his Housecarls - his elite troops and bodyguard - in formation surrounding his dragon standard. William orders his archers forward and orders them to aim high so as not to have their arrows fall uselessly against the leather shields of the enemy. King Harold is hit in the right eye, the arrow hitting with such force that it penetrates deep into his skull, he tries to remove it but is instantly cut down and killed by a Norman horseman. With this the english army are put to rout. On the evening of the 14th of October 1066 Duke William of Normandy returns victorious to Hastings as William the Conqueror.




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He was hit in the right eye with an arrow:


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