An important scene showing the death of Harolds brothers Leofwine, Earl of Buckinghamshire, Surrey and Essex, and Gyrth, Earl of East Anglia and Oxfordshire. After the Battle of Stamford Bridge, Gryth returned with Harold to London. It was here that Gryth tried to persuade Harold to remain in London. It is said that in the great battle, Gyrth was cut down by the very hand of the Conqueror himself, but legend also has it that he survived the battle and was alive and well in the days of Henry the Second. The attack takes place from both sides as the mounted knights overwhelm the English foot soldiers.