[bey-yoo, bah-; French ba-yœ]
a strip of embroidered linen 231 feet (70 meters) long and 20 inches (50 cm) wide, depicting the Norman conquest of England and dating from c1100.
The Bayeux tapestry is one of the supreme achievements of the Norman
Romanesque ... Its survival almost intact over nine centuries is little short of
The Bayeux Tapestry is really an embroidery but the word tapestry has stuck. The
Bayeux Tapestry is now on permanent public display in the city of Bayeux in ...
The entire Bayeux Tapestry and the tale it tells in quick loading, bite sized chunks
, from the Museum of Reading. Also the story behind the Victorian copy on ...
Bayeux Tapestry. An extraordinary work: simultaneously, it is a major work of art,
unique for its time, a stunning piece of propaganda in support of the Norman ...
The Bayeux Tapestry. This web site further extends our interpretation and
understanding of this woven artifact.This site should also be used in conjunction
The Bayeux Tapestry is one of the most important pictorial works surviving from
the middle ages, and certainly the most important from the eleventh century.
Mar 2, 2015 ... English: The Bayeux Tapestry ( long, which depicts the events leading up to the
Norman conquest of England concerning William, Duke of ...
Sep 21, 2009 ... The Animated Bayeux Tapestry was created as a student project while at
Goldsmiths College. Just as the historic original embroidary does, the ...
Feb 17, 2011 ... The Bayeux Tapestry is alive with controversy and myth. Unpick its secrets and
discover how truth was embroidered after 1066.