What are facts of the bayeux tapestry?
- over 70 meters long
- although it is called a tapestry it is in fact an embroidery, stitched not woven in woollen yarns on linen.
- eight separate pieces of linen
- Almost 2000 Latin words
- it is known that the Tapestry is not complete and that at least seven or eight meters of it are missing.
- At least 8 colors of yarn are visible
Its made up of 8 materials its over 70 meters long there are over 600 people its in france
The Bayeux Tapestry is preserved and displayed in Bayeux, in Normandy, France. Nothing is known for certain about the tapestry's origins. The first written record of the Bayeux Tapestry is in 1476 when it was recorded in the cathedral treasury at Bayeux as "a very long and narrow hanging on which are embroidered figures and inscriptions comprising a representation of the conquest of England". The Bayeux Tapestry was probably commissioned in the 1070s by Bishop…