The Battle of Hastings in 1066 was a pivotal event in English history that saw the Norman conquest of England by William the Conqueror. One of William’s key commanders in the battle was his half-brother, Bishop Odo of Bayeux. Odo played an important role in the conflict, leading a contingent of knights and soldiers into battle and fighting alongside his men on the front lines. His presence was a significant morale boost for the Norman army, which ultimately emerged victorious over the Anglo-Saxon defenders.
- Bishop Odo of Bayeux was the half-brother of William the Conqueror, who led the Norman invasion of England in 1066.
- Odo played an important role in the Battle of Hastings, leading a contingent of knights and soldiers into battle and fighting alongside his men on the front lines.
- Odo’s troops fought fiercely against the Anglo-Saxon defenders, using a combination of archery and hand-to-hand combat to break through the English lines.
- Odo’s presence on the battlefield was a significant morale boost for the Norman army, which ultimately emerged victorious over the Anglo-Saxon defenders.
- After the battle, Odo was rewarded with extensive lands and wealth in England, including the town of Hastings itself.
- Odo also played an important role in the Norman administration of England after the conquest, serving as the second-in-command to William the Conqueror and overseeing the construction of the famous Bayeux Tapestry.
This is a high quality miniature 3D printed by Speira Miniatures in Sweden.
You can paint it as any normal miniature, no need to wash it beforehand. It is delivered unpainted.
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