Bayeux Tapestry
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Bayeux Tapestry

A tapestry depicting the build up, Battle and aftermath of the Battle of Hastings in 1066. It is about 50 cm wide and about 70 metres long. It is thought to have been commissioned by Bishop Odo of Bayeux, where it can be seen today. its exact date and full length are unknown as the final part is missing. The construction is thought to have been English. The Bayeux tapestry is discussed in more detail in another section.

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