The Bayeux tapestry: the story of the Norman Conquest: 1066

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Atheneum, 1966 - Art, Medieval - 72 pages
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Explains the scenes depicted on the embroidered linen strip known as the Bayeux Tapestry which chronicle the events leading up to the battle between Harold of England and William of Normandy and final conquest of England by the Normans.

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-possible curriculum book Either some of the interpretations are a little outdated, or it just doesn't match up with other scholarly sources I've seen on interpretations. It's a good intro, decent ... Read full review

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An excellent description and explanation of the Bayeaux Tapestry. Very interesting and historical. Read full review

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