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King Harold Ii Collection

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Harold II, last Anglo-Saxon king of England, c1064, (19th century)

Harold II, last Anglo-Saxon king of England, c1064, (19th century). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle
Harold II, last Anglo-Saxon king of England, c1064, (19th century). Harold c1020-1066) swearing an oath on sacred relics before William of Normandy to support his claim to the English throne on death

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: The death of Harold at the Battle of Hastings, 1066, (1944). Creator: Unknown

The death of Harold at the Battle of Hastings, 1066, (1944). Creator: Unknown
The death of Harold at the Battle of Hastings, 1066, (1944). The Latin reads: Harold Rex Interfectus Est - King Harold is killed

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Battle of Hastings, (1066), 1835. Creator: Unknown

Battle of Hastings, (1066), 1835. Creator: Unknown
Battle of Hastings, (1066), 1835. The Battle of Hastings in which invading Normans, led by William the Conqueror, defeated the Anglo Saxons under King Harold II

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Harold at the Battle of Hastings, (1066), 1890. Creator: Unknown

Harold at the Battle of Hastings, (1066), 1890. Creator: Unknown
Harold at the Battle of Hastings, (1066), 1890. Battle of Hastings, 1066 fought between a Norman-French army of William Duke of Normandy, and an English army under Anglo-Saxon King Harold Godwinson

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: The Battle of Hastings, (c1804). Creator: William Bromley

The Battle of Hastings, (c1804). Creator: William Bromley
The Battle of Hastings, (c1804). 19th century depiction of the Battle of Hastings fought in 1066, in which the invading Normans, led by William the Conqueror

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Painting prize - 'Finding the Body of Harold'- by Mr. J. C. Hook, 1845

Painting prize - "Finding the Body of Harold"- by Mr. J. C. Hook, 1845
Painting prize - " Finding the Body of Harold" - by Mr. J.C. Hook, 1845. Painting by James Clarke Hook, a student at the Royal Academy of Arts in London

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Waltham Abbey, 1898. Creator: Unknown

Waltham Abbey, 1898. Creator: Unknown
Waltham Abbey, 1898. In the Late Middle Ages, Waltham was one of the largest church buildings in England and a major site of pilgrimage, King Harold Godwinson, who died at the Battle of Hastings

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Death of Harold at the Battle of Hastings, 1873. Creator: Unknown

Death of Harold at the Battle of Hastings, 1873. Creator: Unknown
Death of Harold at the Battle of Hastings, 1873. Harold II (c1022-1066) was nominated as his successor as King of Angles and Saxons by Edward the Confessor

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Harold swearing to maintain the Right of the Duke of Normandy to the Throne of England, c1890

Harold swearing to maintain the Right of the Duke of Normandy to the Throne of England, c1890. Harold Godwinson (c1022-1066) arrived in Pointhieu in 1064

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: At a Banquet given by Harold, he receives the News of the Invasion of the Normans, c1890

At a Banquet given by Harold, he receives the News of the Invasion of the Normans, c1890. Harold Godwinson (c1022-1066) recieves news of the Norman invasion led by William of Normandy at a feast

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Harold, 18th century. Creator: Unknown

Harold, 18th century. Creator: Unknown
Harold, 18th century. Harold Godwinson (c1022-1066) the last crowned Anglo-Saxon king of England who reigned from 6 January 1066 until his death at the Battle of Hastings

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Battle of Hastings & Death of Harold, (19th century?). Creator: Unknown

Battle of Hastings & Death of Harold, (19th century?). Creator: Unknown
Battle of Hastings & Death of Harold, (19th century?). King Harold is shot in the eye with an arrow and killed. Illustration of a section from the Bayeux Tapestry

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Harolds Oath of Fealty to William of Normandy, (19th century?). Creator: Unknown

Harolds Oath of Fealty to William of Normandy, (19th century?). Creator: Unknown
Harolds Oath of Fealty to William of Normandy, (19th century?). King Harold II swears allegiance to William, Duke of Normandy (William the Conqueror)

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Edwards instructions to Harold, (19th century?). Creator: Unknown

Edwards instructions to Harold, (19th century?). Creator: Unknown
Edwards instructions to Harold, (19th century?). Harold Godwineson is advised by King Edward the Confessor. Illustration of a section from the Bayeux Tapestry

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Harolds Coronation, (19th century?). Creator: Unknown

Harolds Coronation, (19th century?). Creator: Unknown
Harolds Coronation, (19th century?). King Harold II is crowned by Archbishop Stigand. Illustration of a section from the Bayeux Tapestry

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Portraits from Ancient Coins, (mid 19th century). Creator: Unknown

Portraits from Ancient Coins, (mid 19th century). Creator: Unknown
Portraits from Ancient Coins, (mid 19th century). Portraits of early kings in British history: Canute (Cnut I), Harold (Harold Godwinson), Edward the Confessor, William I (William the Conqueror)

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Coronation of Harold, (1931). Artist: Charles Henry Bourne Quennell

Coronation of Harold, (1931). Artist: Charles Henry Bourne Quennell
Coronation of Harold, (1931). Harold Godwinson (c1022-1066) was the last crowned Anglo-Saxon king of England. He died at the Battle of Hastings in 1066

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: The Death of Harold, 1902

The Death of Harold, 1902. Death of King Harold, Battle of Hastings, 1066 (1864). Harold II (c1022-1066) was nominated as his successor as King of Angles and Saxons by Edward the Confessor

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: The Beginning of the Battle of Senlac (Bayeux Tapestry), c15th century, (1902)

The Beginning of the Battle of Senlac (Bayeux Tapestry), c15th century, (1902). Senlac Hill (or Senlac Ridge) is the location where Harold Godwinson deployed his army for the Battle of Hastings on 14

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Death of King Harold, Battle of Hastings, 1066 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle

Death of King Harold, Battle of Hastings, 1066 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle
Death of King Harold, Battle of Hastings, 1066 (1864). Harold II (c1022-1066) was nominated as his successor as King of Angles and Saxons by Edward the Confessor

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Harold II swears fidelity to Duke William of Normandy, 1064 (1864)

Harold II swears fidelity to Duke William of Normandy, 1064 (1864). Harold (c1020-1066) swearing an oath on sacred relics before William of Normandy (1028-1087)

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Harold at the Battle of Hastings, 1066, (c1880)

Harold at the Battle of Hastings, 1066, (c1880). The Battle of Hastings was fought on 14 October 1066 between the Norman-French army of William, the Duke of Normandy

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Coronation of Harold King of the Anglo-Saxons, A. D. 1066, (1878). Artist: W Ridgway

Coronation of Harold King of the Anglo-Saxons, A. D. 1066, (1878). Artist: W Ridgway
Coronation of Harold King of the Anglo-Saxons, A.D. 1066, (1878). After Daniel Maclise (1806?1870). From Pictures and Royal Portraits Illustrative of English and Scottish History, by Thomas Archer

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Death of King Harold at the Battle of Hastings, 1066 (1905)

Death of King Harold at the Battle of Hastings, 1066 (1905). From Cassells Illustrated History of England, Vol. I. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris, New York & Melbourne, 1905]

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: William inspecting the Volunteers previous to the Invasion of England, 1850. Artist: John Leech

William inspecting the Volunteers previous to the Invasion of England, 1850. Artist: John Leech
William inspecting the Volunteers previous to the Invasion of England, 1850. A satirical illustration showing William the Conqueror rallying his troups prior to his invasions of England

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Battle of Hastings, 1066

Battle of Hastings, 1066
Battle of Hastings.Sussex. Harold II and William Duke of Normandy later William the Conqueror, 1066

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Unpleasant Position of King Harold, c1860, (c1860). Artist: John Leech

Unpleasant Position of King Harold, c1860, (c1860). Artist: John Leech
Unpleasant Position of King Harold, c1860, (c1860). Harold II (c1022-1066) was the last Anglo-Saxon king of England. In 1064, Harold was apparently shipwrecked at Ponthieu

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: The Burial of Harold at Waltham Abbey, (1847). Artist: Frederick Richard Pickersgill

The Burial of Harold at Waltham Abbey, (1847). Artist: Frederick Richard Pickersgill
The Burial of Harold at Waltham Abbey, (1847). The burial of King Harold II after his defeat at the Battle of Hastings in 1066

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: The Battle of Hastings, 1066, (1833). Artist: T Henwood

The Battle of Hastings, 1066, (1833). Artist: T Henwood
The Battle of Hastings, 1066, (1833). The Norman invaders under William the Conqueror take on Harolds Saxons

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: The Burial of Harold at Waltham Abbey, (c1847)

The Burial of Harold at Waltham Abbey, (c1847). The burial of King Harold II after his defeat at the Battle of Hastings in 1066

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Coronation of Harold King of the Anglo-Saxons, 1066, (19th century). Artist: W Ridgway

Coronation of Harold King of the Anglo-Saxons, 1066, (19th century). Artist: W Ridgway
Coronation of Harold King of the Anglo-Saxons, 1066, (19th century). Harold II, last Anglo-Saxon king of England (c1020-1066)

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Edith finding the Body of Harold, (1834). Artist: E Whitfield

Edith finding the Body of Harold, (1834). Artist: E Whitfield
Edith finding the Body of Harold, (1834). Victorian depiction of King Harold IIs daughter finding the body of her father who was killed at the Battle of Hastings in 1066

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: The Battle Of Hastings, 1066, (c1850)

The Battle Of Hastings, 1066, (c1850). Norman victory in the Norman conquest of England, October 14, 1066. Colour plate from Pictures of English History, George Routledge & Sons, (London, New York)

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: The Battle of Hastings, 14 October 1066, (1910)

The Battle of Hastings, 14 October 1066, (1910). The Norman invaders under William the Conqueror take on Harolds Saxons

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: The Battle of Hastings, 1066, (19th century)

The Battle of Hastings, 1066, (19th century). Depiction of the famous battle between the invading Normans under William the Conqueror, and the Saxon army of King Harold in Sussex

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Anglo-Saxon Silver Penny of Harold II

Anglo-Saxon Silver Penny of Harold II
Silver penny of Harold II (1022-1066), minted 1066, showing the obverse side

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Bayeux Tapestry, 1070s

Bayeux Tapestry, 1070s. The tapestry, which tells the story of the events leading to the Battle of Hastings in 1066, was probably commissioned by Odo, Bishop of Bayeux

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Battle of Hastings, 1066 (1070s)

Battle of Hastings, 1066 (1070s). Harold IIs (c1022-1066) Anglo-Saxon troops (left) led by an armoured standard bearer and a warrior with an axe, confront Norman cavalryman armed with lances

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: Harold II, last Anglo-Saxon king of England, 1066 (1070s)

Harold II, last Anglo-Saxon king of England, 1066 (1070s). Harold (c1022-1066) and companions feasting. Harolds succession to the throne was disputed by William of Normandy

Background imageKing Harold Ii Collection: King Harold swears allegiance to William of Normandy, c1866. Artist: Daniel Maclise

King Harold swears allegiance to William of Normandy, c1866. Artist: Daniel Maclise
Harold (1022?-1066), last Anglo-Saxon king of England, swears on hidden relics of saints to be William of Normandys man in England, watched by William, his wife Matilda


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