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The Bayeux Tapestry
by David MacKenzie Wilson, David M. Wilson
The Bayeaux Tapestry is unique both as a historical document and as a work of art. It was made soon after the Battle of Hastings in 1066, and it tells the story of the events that led up to William the Conqueror's invasion of England and the battle itself.
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This item is on 8 member reading lists:
Phillip Nussle :: Unrated
Updated Feb 17, 2015
Todd Hawkins :: Unrated
Updated May 13, 2014
Chad Arnow :: Unrated
Updated Jan 31, 2010
JE Sarge :: Unrated
Updated Jun 6, 2009
Stanford B :: * RECOMMENDED *
I found this to be one of the best books available on the topic. I picked up my first copy while at the museum. I donated two copies to my school library. This is a great resourse for that tapestry and event!
Updated Apr 29, 2007
Jason Elrod :: Unrated
Updated Sep 5, 2006
Nathan Robinson :: * RECOMMENDED *
This hardback book shows the Bayeux Tapestry in its entirety. The beginning of the book has each large page (13.8 x 10.3 x 1.1 inches) showing sections of the tapestry in vivid high-quality color. It's so detailed that each stitch can be seen. Smaller black and white photos accompany ...
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Updated Dec 26, 2005 :: 1 of 1 members found this review helpful
Chuck Russell ::
Updated Sep 15, 2005