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The funeral cortege of Edward the Confessor, from the Bayeux Tapestry

Date Tapestry dates from sometime earlier than 1476.
  • Original upload date: 2008-02-06
Source From: Lucien Musset The Bayeux Tapestry, translated by Richard Rex, published by the Boydell Press, Woodbridge, UK. 2005. ISBN 1-84383-163-5. pp. 160-165
Author Original uploader was Cop 663 at en.wikipedia
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