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Conqueror's Knights in 1066
The Bayeux Tapestry is an embroidery that is roughly 20 inches tall and
230 feet long. It tells the story of the events leading up to and including
The Battle of Hastings on October 14th 1066.
The Domesday book is a written record of a census and survey of English
landowners and their property made by William the Conqueror 1085-6.
The original manuscript of the Domesday Book is stored in the Public
Records Office London (UK).
The Great Charter Of English Political and Civil Liberties Decreed by
King John at Runnymede June 15, A.D. 1215
The Quaker Tapestry is made in a form known as a narrative crewel
embroidery. As with the famous Bayeux Tapestry it is a hanging which tells
a story-the story of the Quaker Movement over 350 years
Kings and Queens of England
Glossary of Terms
Archbishops of Canterbury
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Ancient History Links, King Arthur and much more
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