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    King Harold II of England is killed by William the Conqueror by an arrow in the eye during the battle of Hastings, 1066. Illumintated manuscript; 13th century.


    Norman calvary encounters Saxon infantry. Bayeux Tapestry, embroidery (11th).


    The coronation of Harold II; he receives orb and sceptre. Bayeux Tapestry, embroidery (11th).


    Harold swears fealty to William, Duke of Normandy. Bayeux Tapestry, embroidery (11th).


    The Norman cavalry rushes into battle. Bayeux Tapestry, embroider (11th).


    Harold's embarkation for Normandy. Bayeux Tapestry ordered shortly after the Conquest in 1066 by William the Conqueror's half-brother Odon de Conteville.

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    Astrologers announce the appearance of a comet (Halley's Comet), which portends misfortune for King Harold II.


    Official negotiations between William, Duke of Normandy, and King Harold II. Bayeux Tapestry, embroidery (11th).


    Death of Edward the Confessor. Bayeux tapestry, embroidery (11th)


    The first meal ashore. William of Normandy feasting with his barons and his half-brother, the Bishop Odon de Conteville. Detail of 31-01-01/38 Bayeux Tapestry, embroidery (11th).


    William of Normandy's boat arrives on Pevensey Beach. Bayeux Tapestry, embroidery (11th).


    King Harold's army is fiercely attacked and anihilated. Bayeux Tapestry, embroidery (11th).


    Saxon sword found in the Thames River, probably from the time of the Norman conquest in 1066.


    The English landing in Normandy; King Harold II stands in the foremost shipbow. Bayeux Tapestry, embroidery (11th).

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    The Norman Fleet sets sail for England. Bayeux Tapestry, embroidery (11th).


    The Norman Fleet lands at Pevensey, Sept. 26-27, 1066. 3000 sailboats carrying 8000 men and 2000 horses crossed the Channel from Somme to Pevensey. With favourable winds, the crossing took them as long as the Allied fleet in 1944. Bayeux Tapestry, embroidery.


    Preparation of the first meal after the Channel crossing. Two servants hang a kettle over a fire. Bayeux Tapestry, embroidery (11th).


    A Norman knight looking back at William. Bayeux Tapestry, embroidery (11th).


    Norman calvary attacks a hill defended by Saxon infantry. Bayeux Tapestry, embroidery (11th).


    Edward the Confessor sends Harold to inform Duke William of Normandy that he will succeed to the throne of England. Bayeux Tapestry, embroidery, most probably the work of Saxon craftsmen; the tapestry was ordered shortly after the conquest in 1066 by Odon de Conteville, Duke of Kent and Bishop of Bayeux, brother of William.

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    Duke William of Normandy gives orders to his messengers to Guy de Ponthieu. Bayeux Tapestry, embroidery (11th).

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    Construction of the Norman ships. Bayeux Tapestry, embroidery (11th).


    The Norman cavalry advances in battle order through the valley between Telham and Senlac Hill. Bayeux Tapestry, embroidery (11th).


    Harold and Duke William of Normandy cross the quicksands of the Couesnon River near Mont Saint-Michel. Bayeux Tapestry, embroidery (11th).


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