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Sep 19, 2022

[Answer] 6. Shortly before he lost at the Battle of Hastings, King Harold Godwinson defeated a Norwegian army led by Harald Hadrada and his brother Tostig at a battle near which East Yorkshire village?

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...1. Gay Meadow 2. Craven Cottage 3. Stamford Bridge 4. Filbert Street When Edward the Confessor left no direct heir, the English throne passed to Harold Godwinson of Wessex. Whilst another claimant, William of Normandy was assembling an invasion force, Harald Hardrada and Harold's brother Tostig invaded in the north. Harold marched his men 180 miles in just 4 days to meet the invaders at the village of Stamford Bridge by the River Derwent. Although the battle ended the Viking threat forever, Harold's force was seriously depleted and after the long march south they were defeated at the Battle of Hastings




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