The original of this work, 70 m long and 50 cm wide, recounts the conquest of England by the Normans. It’s a propaganda project for the Normans.
The Bayeux tapestry, originally an embroidery, was woven after the conquest by English monks. The work commissioned by Odon, bishop of Bayeux and half-brother of Guillaume the Conqueror.
She is currently at the Guillaume le Conquérant centre in Bayeux.
Weaving with "Tapisserie Point des Meurins" - 95% coton, 5% Polyester
BAYEUX TAPESTRY WALL HANGING
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