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The Battle of Hastings was a significant event in English history that took place on October 14, 1066

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Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: William I the Conqueror

William I the Conqueror
WILLIAM I THE CONQUEROR Defeated Harold at the Battle of Hastings in 1066 to claim the English throne

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: HAROLDs BODY FOUND 1066

HAROLDs BODY FOUND 1066
BATTLE OF HASTINGS The discovery of Harolds body after the battle; it is taken to Waltham by the monks of the abbey

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Bayeux Tapestry. 1066-1077. Scene of the Battle

Bayeux Tapestry. 1066-1077. Scene of the Battle of Hastings. Detail of the battle between the soldiers of William I of England and the Anglo-Saxons. Romanesque art. Decorative Arts; Tapestry. FRANCE

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Bayeux Tapestry. 1066-1077. Battle of Hastings

Bayeux Tapestry. 1066-1077. Battle of Hastings (1066). Detail. Romanesque art. Tapestry. FRANCE. Bayeux. Archaeological Museum

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Bayeux Tapestry Scene - King Harold II (c. 1022 - 1066) is killed

Bayeux Tapestry Scene - King Harold II (c. 1022 - 1066) is killed
A scene from the Bayeux Tapestry, depicting the Norman Invasion of 1066. King Harold II (c.1022 - 1066) is killed at the Battle of Hastings. The tapestry is housed in the town of Bayeux in Normandy

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Wilkin - Battle of Hastings K021254

Wilkin - Battle of Hastings K021254
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. " The Battle of Hastings " c1820 by Frank W WILKIN (1791-1842)

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Battle of Hastings J960036

Battle of Hastings J960036
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. Battle of Hastings 1066. Reconstruction drawing of the battle scene with soldiers by Ivan Lapper

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Battle of Hastings

Battle of Hastings
BATTLE OF HASTINGS The battle rages between the armies of Harold and William, Duke of Normandy

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Battle of Hastings J000015

Battle of Hastings J000015
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. Battle of Hastings reconstruction drawing by Peter Dunn. Waves of Norman cavalry and infantry smash into the shield wall

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Battle of Hastings J000018

Battle of Hastings J000018
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. Battle of Hastings reconstruction drawing by Peter Dunn, English Heritage Graphics Team. William pushes his helmet back to show troops he is alive

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Battle of Hastings J000013

Battle of Hastings J000013
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. Battle of Hastings reconstruction drawing by Peter Dunn. The Normans feigned flight pursued by the English

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Battle of Hastings J000011

Battle of Hastings J000011
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. Battle of Hastings reconstruction drawing by Peter Dunn showing the Normans charge through to Harold and his personal troops

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Bayeux Tapestry 1067: Battle of Hastings, 14 October 1066. The death of Harold II

Bayeux Tapestry 1067: Battle of Hastings, 14 October 1066. The death of Harold II, last Anglo-Saxon king of England. Left, figure pulling arrow from eye and then being cut down by Norman knight

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: William I the Conqueror receiving the crown

William I the Conqueror receiving the crown
William I the Conqueror (1027-1087) receiving the crown after winning the Battle of Hastings. 1066

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Body of Harold II is found

Body of Harold II is found
BATTLE OF HASTINGS The discovery of Harolds body after the battle; it is taken to Waltham by the monks of the abbey Date: 14 October 1066

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: William of Normandy lands on the English coast

William of Normandy lands on the English coast
William of Normandy and his invasion force land at Pevensey Bay, Sussex Date: 28 September 1066

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Bayeux Tapestry Scene - King Harolds brothers Gyrth and Leofwine are killed

Bayeux Tapestry Scene - King Harolds brothers Gyrth and Leofwine are killed
A scene from the Bayeux Tapestry, depicting the Norman Invasion of 1066. King Harolds brothers Gyrth and Leofwine are killed at the Battle of Hastings

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Battle of Hastings IC008_018

Battle of Hastings IC008_018
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. Battle of Hastings 1066. Reconstruction drawing by Jason Askew

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Norman cavalry clashes with Harolds foot soldiers forming shield wall

Norman cavalry clashes with Harolds foot soldiers forming shield wall, Bayeux Tapestry, Bayeux, Normandy, France, Europe

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Bayeux Tapestry Scene - William the Conquerors half-brother Bishop Odo of Bayeux encourages his

Bayeux Tapestry Scene - William the Conquerors half-brother Bishop Odo of Bayeux encourages his squires
A scene from the Bayeux Tapestry, depicting the Norman Invasion of 1066. William the Conquerors half-brother Bishop Odo of Bayeux encourages his squires

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Battle of Hastings J000010

Battle of Hastings J000010
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. Battle of Hastings reconstruction drawing looking over the heads of the English towards the Norman ranks, by Peter Dunn (English Heritage Graphics Team)

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Map of the Cinque Ports (Victorian engraving)

Map of the Cinque Ports (Victorian engraving)
An old map of the Cinque Ports, which are five historic ports on the south-eastern corner of Kent, England. The Confederation of Cinque Ports (Cinque is pronounced asinka)

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Death of King Harold showing an arrow in his eye, Bayeux Tapestry, Bayeux

Death of King Harold showing an arrow in his eye, Bayeux Tapestry, Bayeux, Normandy, France, Europe

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: William the Conqueror J980082

William the Conqueror J980082
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. " William the Conqueror" c1580 by unknown artist. Oil on panel 146.1 x 109.2

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Colorful Medieval Bayeux tapestry, Bayeux, Normandy, France. Created 11th century right after

Colorful Medieval Bayeux tapestry, Bayeux, Normandy, France. Created 11th century right after Battle of Hastings 1066 AD showing Norman Conquest. Shows Battle and deaths in lower panel

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Bayeux Tapestry Scene - William the Conqueror addresses his troops before leading them into battle

Bayeux Tapestry Scene - William the Conqueror addresses his troops before leading them into battle
A scene from the Bayeux Tapestry, depicting the Norman Invasion of 1066. William the Conqueror (c.1027 - 1087) addresses his troops before leading them into battle

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: HAROLD ARROW IN EYE

HAROLD ARROW IN EYE
BATTLE OF HASTINGS Harold is fatally wounded by an arrow through his eye; William's army is ranged opposite him. Date: 14 October 1066

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Arrow Eye Events Britain Norman Conquest 14 October

Arrow Eye Events Britain Norman Conquest 14 October
arrow, eye, events, britain, norman, conquest, 14, october, 1066, battle, hastings, harold, king, england, fatally, wounded, ii, godwinson, history, historical, 10013254

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: King Harold c. 1066 IC008 / 033

King Harold c. 1066 IC008 / 033
Battle Abbey and Battle of Hastings. A reconstruction drawing, by Judith Dobie, showing King Harold II, c. 1066. Harold Godwinson, the last crowned Anglo-Saxon king of England

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Battle of Hastings J000016

Battle of Hastings J000016
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. Battle of Hastings reconstruction drawing by Peter Dunn. Armies re-group on hillock. Normans take food and water horses

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Battle of Hastings J000014

Battle of Hastings J000014
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. Battle of Hastings reconstruction drawing by Peter Dunn. The Normans counter attack English Fyrdmen cut off on hillock

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Norman Invasion of England, 1066

Norman Invasion of England, 1066
Taillefer rousing the French army by singing the Song of Roland at the Battle of Hastings, 1066. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: English King Harold lies dead at the Battle of Hastings during the Norman Invasion of 1066

English King Harold lies dead at the Battle of Hastings during the Norman Invasion of 1066. Depicted in the Bayeux Tapestry

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Bayeux Tapestry 1067: William of Normandy (William I, the Conqueror) at Battle of Hastings

Bayeux Tapestry 1067: William of Normandy (William I, the Conqueror) at Battle of Hastings, 14 October 1066, raises his helmet to show his followers that he is still alive

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Battle of Hastings 1066

Battle of Hastings 1066
BATTLE OF HASTINGS The Norman horseman prove too much for the English foot soldiers

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Battle Abbey Gatehouse

Battle Abbey Gatehouse
The fine abbey gatehouse of Battle Abbey, Sussex, England, built on the site of the Battle of Hastings. Date: late 11th century

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Battle Abbey precinct, site of Battle of Hastings 1066, Battle, Sussex

Battle Abbey precinct, site of Battle of Hastings 1066, Battle, Sussex, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Battle of Hastings

Battle of Hastings
At Hastings, Harolds army - exhausted after fighting the Norsemen at Stamford Bridge - encounter the Normans, after their Channel crossing : victory goes to the invaders

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: The conquete of England by the army of the Duke of Normandy William the Conquerant

The conquete of England by the army of the Duke of Normandy William the Conquerant
JLJ4685882 The conquete of England by the army of the Duke of Normandy William the Conquerant (1027-1087): Duke Guillaume is recognized by his soldiers by lifting his helmet during the battle of

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: The Bayeux Tapestry - Norman conquest of England

The Bayeux Tapestry - Norman conquest of England
The Bayeux Tapestry - an embroidered cloth nearly 70 metres (230 ft) long, depicting the events leading up to the Norman conquest of England concerning William, Duke of Normandy, and Harold

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: The Bayeux Tapestry - Norman conquest of England

The Bayeux Tapestry - Norman conquest of England
The Bayeux Tapestry - an embroidered cloth nearly 70 metres (230 ft) long, depicting the events leading up to the Norman conquest of England concerning William, Duke of Normandy, and Harold

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: The Bayeux Tapestry - Norman conquest of England

The Bayeux Tapestry - Norman conquest of England
The Bayeux Tapestry - an embroidered cloth nearly 70 metres (230 ft) long, depicting the events leading up to the Norman conquest of England concerning William, Duke of Normandy, and Harold

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Norman knight c. 1066 IC008 / 039

Norman knight c. 1066 IC008 / 039
Battle Abbey and the Battle of Hastings. A reconstruction drawing, by Judith Dobie, of a Norman knight c. 1066

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Saxon fyrdman c. 1066 IC008 / 038

Saxon fyrdman c. 1066 IC008 / 038
Battle Abbey and the Battle of Hastings. A reconstruction drawing, by Judith Dobie, showing a Saxon fyrdman c. 1066

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Duke William of Normandy c. 1066 IC008 / 037

Duke William of Normandy c. 1066 IC008 / 037
Battle Abbey and the Battle of Hastings. A reconstruction drawing, by Judith Dobie, showing Duke William of Normandy c. 1066. William the Conqueror. William I, the first Norman king of England

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Matilda of Flanders c. 1066 IC008 / 036

Matilda of Flanders c. 1066 IC008 / 036
Battle Abbey and the Battle of Hastings. A reconstruction drawing, by Judith Dobie, of Matilda of Flanders c. 1066. Wife of Duke William of Normandy (William the Conqueror / William I)

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Edith of Wessex c. 1066 IC008 / 035

Edith of Wessex c. 1066 IC008 / 035
Battle Abbey and the Battle of Hastings. A reconstruction drawing, by Judith Dobie, of Edith of Wessex c. 1066. Wife of King Edward the Confessor. Anglo-Saxon, crowned Queen of England

Background imageBattle of Hastings Collection: Monastic chronicler c. 1066 IC008 / 034

Monastic chronicler c. 1066 IC008 / 034
Battle Abbey and the Battle of Hastings. A reconstruction drawing, by Judith Dobie, showing a monastic chronicler c. 1066. Monk



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Battle of Hastings Collection

The Battle of Hastings was a significant event in English history that took place on October 14, 1066. It was fought between the Norman-French army led by William, Duke of Normandy and the Anglo-Saxon army led by King Harold Godwinson. The battle resulted in a decisive victory for the Normans, leading to William's coronation as King of England and marking the end of Anglo-Saxon rule. Popular themes associated with this historic event include military strategy, political power struggles, cultural clashes between Norman-French and Anglo-Saxons, and its impact on English language and culture. The Battle of Hastings remains an important milestone in British history even today.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Battle of Hastings was a significant event in English history, and the Media Storehouse has curated an impressive collection of wall art and framed prints that capture the essence of this historic battle. Our collection features popular themes such as depictions of King Harold's army fighting against William the Conqueror's Norman forces, scenes from the battlefield, and portraits of key figures involved in the conflict. The artwork is available in various sizes and formats, including canvas prints and mounted photographs. The high-quality images are perfect for history enthusiasts or anyone looking to add a touch of historical significance to their home or office decor. Our Battle of Hastings collection offers a comprehensive range of artwork that captures one of England's most pivotal moments. Whether you're interested in military history or simply appreciate beautiful art, our collection is sure to impress.
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What are Battle of Hastings (Popular Themes) art prints?

Battle of Hastings art prints are high-quality reproductions of famous artworks depicting the historic battle that took place in 1066 between the Norman-French army led by William, Duke of Normandy and the English army led by King Harold Godwinson. These prints showcase various popular themes related to this significant event in British history, including depictions of the battlefield, portraits of key figures such as William and Harold, and scenes from before or after the battle. These art prints are created using state-of-the-art printing technology to ensure that they capture every detail and color accurately. They are printed on premium quality paper or canvas materials to provide a long-lasting finish that can be enjoyed for years to come. Battle of Hastings art prints make excellent gifts for history enthusiasts or anyone interested in adding a touch of historical significance to their home decor.
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What Battle of Hastings (Popular Themes) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Battle of Hastings art prints that depict popular themes related to this historic event. You can choose from various styles, sizes, and formats such as canvas, framed or unframed prints. Some of the most popular themes include depictions of the Norman invasion led by William the Conqueror, King Harold's last stand against the Normans, and scenes from the Bayeux Tapestry which chronicles events leading up to and including the battle. Other popular themes include portraits of key figures involved in the conflict such as William I (the Conqueror), Harold II (Godwinson), and Bishop Odo who commissioned the Bayeux Tapestry. Additionally, you can find artwork depicting medieval weapons used during this period such as swords, shields and armor. These art prints are perfect for history enthusiasts or anyone interested in adding a touch of historical significance to their home decor.
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