When Did Harold Hardrada Die?

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Harald Hardrada died in the Battle of Stamford Bridge on 25th September, 1066. He was believed to have been shot in the neck with an arrow and then hacked down by a few English troops. He was the king of Norway from 1047 until 1066.
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Harald Hardrada died in September 25, 106 at the battle of Stamford Bridge. He was attacked by Godwinson's forces who were heavily armed and armoured.
Harald Hardrada died on 25th September 1066 aged 51. He was the king of Norway during the years of 1047 to 1066. He is remembered in history for his invasion of England in 1066.
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Hardrada died during the battle of Stamford bridge 25th September 1066. He was believed to have been shot in the neck with an arrow and then hacked down by a few English troops.
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King of Norway Harald III Sigurdsson (1015 - September 25, 1066), generally known as "Harald Hardrada" and remembered for his 1066 invasion of England.
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If he had not invaded England in 1066, Harold Godwinson probably would not have been defeated by William the Conqueror at Hastings, and the Normans would never have taken over England
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