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The Sun Graphics 17 Jan 18
The Bye-Eu Tapestry - quietly confident this will be met with the humour it was intended.
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Richard Coles 2 Feb 18
Tapestry, embroidery, don’t care - it’s the drama I like
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Dr Janina Ramirez 17 Jan 18
One of the things I love about being a medievalist is that you often work on esoteric things that few people find as fascinating as you. Means you can wax lyrical, get excited & share that excitement. There’s a lot of people on my lawn right now.... overload!
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Keith Taylor MEP 19 Jan 18
Because it's a nonsense dead cat distraction from the actual news out of the UK-France summit, not the , not the , but Macron's restatement of the EU27's position on a post-Brexit special deal for UK financial services; there won't be one.
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Maria Caulfield MP 17 Jan 18
Brilliant from asking for the to come to Battle in Sussex
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Medievalists.net 9 Jul 18
Bayeux Tapestry set to be on display in the UK in 2022
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French Embassy U.S. 18 Jan 18
France will lend its famous and irreplaceable to our English friends. This remarkable 230 ft long embroidered cloth hasn't left France for 950 years! It is one of Normandy's treasures, along with the American Cemetery and Omaha Beach>
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Rokewood 21 Jan 18
Replying to @Rokewood
In a single gesture of stuffy hauteur, Jacob Rees-Mogg gets Hastings wrong, the Normans wrong, the Anglo-Saxons wrong, the wrong & Trafalgar wrong. The key to successful sarcasm, dear reader, is to be right. And God, these people think they’re born to rule us
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George Galloway 18 Jan 18
Not sure why it’s a kind gesture of President to lend us depicting a invasion of our island, the killing of and the subsequent French Occupation? tonight 7pm
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Richard milne 19 Jan 18
The Lyeux Tapestry, being a true history of (unlike that horrific propaganda piece in the Sun ...)
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The Parker Library 17 Jan 18
We're thrilled the will be making it back to the UK for a bit. We'd happily loan Stigand's Pontifical (CCCC MS 44), used to crown Harold and possibly William, to keep it company!
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Charlie Rozier 24 Jan 18
I did something on the debate for Thanks to and for their help in writing!
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Louvain Rees 💀 22 Jan 18
I was sent this earlier... it's still making me giggle 😂
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Apollo Magazine 30 Mar 18
When conservation needs get in the way of cultural diplomacy
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Reading Abbey Quarter 18 Jan 18
Listen to Ben, our intern (and one of 's expert Bayeux tour guides), tell us about the
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Warwick Castle 19 Jan 18
Following yesterday's announcement, we're delighted to bring you 'The Conqueror's Fortress'. This all new exhibition brings to life the story of William the Conqueror's motte and bailey castle through Bayeux Tapestry style storytelling.
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The Art Newspaper 6 Jul 18
Entente cordiale: governments sign deal securing loan of Bayeux Tapestry to the UK in 2022
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Bonnie Burton 21 Jan 18
Create hilarious medieval memes with this online Historic Tale Construction Kit! More in my article here: (Image by )
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Paul Williams 18 Jan 18
Stoke-on-Trent, a city shaped by the business of culture that continues to export its world class works of art to France to this day would make a great host city for the
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Ian Duhig 20 Jan 18
This panel of the shows Samuel Son of Jack at the point he decides to cleanse his longship of an infestation of serpents.
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