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This field is supposed to be the site of the Battle of Hastings - of course, it's not at Hastings at all. It's at Battle.

It’s not the most imaginative name really – Battle. The town built on the site of the Battle of Hastings – which of course didn’t happen at Hastings at all – it happened at Battle.

The place where King Harold fell - an arrow through his eye - or so we are told.

The town built on the site of the Battle of Hastings – which of course didn’t happen at Hastings at all – it happened at Battle.

Battle Abbey. This plaque marks the spot where King Harold II died. Battle of Hastings - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This plaque marks the spot where King Harold II died. Battle of Hastings - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Mary Ann Bernal: History Trivia - William the Conqueror defeats King Harold II of England

The great gatehouse at Battle Abbey - 1066 and all that.

It’s not the most imaginative name really – Battle. The town built on the site of the Battle of Hastings – which of course didn’t happen at Hastings at all – it happened at Battle.

Real Photo from Nellis AFB Bombing Range, Nevada taken by a General not to be named, Morss NYE 02484 Priscilla atomic test Nevada Test Site 1959...  He died of Lymphoma in 1966...

Real Photo from Nellis AFB Bombing Range, Nevada taken by a General not to be named, Morss NYE 02484 Priscilla atomic test Nevada Test Site 1959

Is King Harold buried underneath a Hertfordshire church?

Is King Harold buried underneath a Hertfordshire church?

Graveyard scan for the body of King Harold set to test the theory he survived the Battle of Hastings and lived on as a hermit

In 1066, the Battle of Hastings took place with King Harold II and 7,500 of his Saxons defending against the invading Norman conquest of William, Duke of Normandy. William defeated Harold, and an abbey was built on Senlac Hill with the high altar said to have been placed on the very spot where King Har

Senlac Hill (site of the Battle of Hastings, Hastings, Sussex, England )

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