What Date Did the Battle of Hastings End?

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The Norman conquest of England started on 28 September 1066 with the invasion of England by William, Duke of Normandy, who became known as William the Conqueror after defeating the then king Harold II of England in his victory at the Battle of Hastings which ended on 14 October 1066.Harold's army was badly worn out in the English victory at the Battle of Stamford Bridge in Northern England on 25 September 1066 over the army of King Harold III of Norway.
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the battle of hastings ended by one of williams soliders who shot harold in the eye with an arrow,and then harolds army ran away or is killed.
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The Battle of Hastings took place on October 14, 1066 at Senlac Hill which is 6 miles north of Hastings.
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14th October, year 1066. The battle as usual then lasted 1 day. from early morning to near sunset. Sorry to write more.but in year 1066 they still used the old Julian Calendar which
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Battle of Hastings: last time England was successfully invaded & conquered by a foreign army. (Normans) Took all day, beginning morning of 14th Oct 1066
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