Origins | Mysteries of the Bayeux Tapestry
It is likely a group of women embroiders made the Tapestry in Canterbury, Kent as details of the Bayeux are likened to a British manuscript from 1050.Tweet
Hastings | War Walks
Professor Richard Holmes walks and rides over the Hastings battlefield that marks a turning point in British history, handling the weapons and equipment of the period and becoming a Norman knight to reveal just how close William the Conqueror came to defeat.
Castles | Mysteries of the Bayeux Tapestry
The Tapestry also reveals a new type of a castle being built by the Normans, ones that are raised for strategic military advantage.