Bayeux Armada Tapestry
Ships land on English soil where William and horses step ashore, in this fine Bayeux Armada Tapestry. This is a classic in the truest sense of the word of The Battle of Hastings in 1066.
The fleet of ships were launched, sailed and landed to allow for William and horses step onto land and go into battle. William the Conqueror is victorious over Harold of England at 38 years old. This is an educational and exciting Bayeux Armada Tapestry for family and friends.
Size: 77 inches wide by 27 inches tall
Weight: 3 pounds
Composition: 100% Cotton
Finish: Backed with lining and tunnel for easy hanging
Primary Color: Cream
Secondary Colors: Blue, Brown, Green, Red
Woven in France. Gently vacuum or dry clean as needed.
History: Armada (Bayeux) is a jacquard wall tapestry woven in Belgium. This tapestry portrays a large part of the Norman fleet in the battle of Hastings. This is a part of an 11th century tapestry now on display in the Museum of Bayeux, France. The entire tapestry measures 70 meters in length and represents the conquest of England by William the Conqueror, Duke of Normandy in 1066.
Usually ships within 5 business days.
Rod and tassels not included.