The Bayeux tapestry: the story of the Norman Conquest: 1066
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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allegiance to William Archbishop Stigand armada armored knights arrow ashore battle battle-axe Bayeux Tapestry London Bishop Odo Bishop of Bayeux Bosham breaking his solemn Brittany building carrying his hawk Castle of Beaurain Castle of Dinan castle of Dol Cathedral at Bayeux Church Count Guy Count Guy's crown Duke Conan Duke William Earl of Wessex Edward the Confessor England English English Channel feudal fighting figure foot soldiers force of house-carles gonfanon hand Harald Hardranath Harold goes honor horses King Edward land Latin inscription mace messengers Nordic Norman army Norman cavalry Norman Conquest Norman invasion Norman point Palace of Westminster perhaps picture Ponthieu Rennes riders sailed from Saint Saint Valery scene shields ships solemn oath splendid story strip-cartoon sword taken Tapestry suggests Tapestry tells tells Harold Tostig tree Wadard William and Harold William leads William of Normandy William ride William sits listening William's army William's half-brother William's power wind