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1066: How history was stitched up – hidden meanings in the Bayeux Tapestry and Alderney's conclusion

When Jan 23, 2018
from 06:00 PM to 07:30 PM
Where GR06/07, English Faculty, Cambridge
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The ASNaC Society will welcome Kate Russell and Pauline Black, who will be speaking to us about their creation, the Alderney Bayeux Tapestry Finale, a reconstruction of the final panels of the Bayeux Tapestry. The lecture is titled "1066: How history was stitched up – hidden meanings in the Bayeux Tapestry and Alderney's conclusion", and, very excitingly, their tapestry finale itself will be accompanying them to Cambridge for the talk.
For more information on the Alderney tapestry, see their website: http://www.alderneybayeuxtapestry.com/

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