geographical name Sen·lac \ˈsen-ˌlak\

Definition of Senlac

  1. hill in Sussex, southeastern England, northwest of Hastings Senlac Hill was the site in 1066 of the battle generally called the “Battle of Hastings,” the outcome of which allowed William the Conqueror to impose Norman rule over England.

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