By Andrew Bridgeford
For greater than 900 years the Bayeux Tapestry has preserved one among history's maximum dramas: the Norman Conquest of britain, culminating within the demise of King Harold on the conflict of Hastings in 1066. Historians have held for hundreds of years that the majestic tapestry trumpets the distinction of William the Conqueror and the triumphant Normans. yet is that this precise? In 1066, an excellent piece of ancient detective paintings, Andrew Bridgeford finds a really diverse tale that reinterprets and recasts the main decisive 12 months in English history.
Reading the tapestry as though it have been a written textual content, Bridgeford discovers a wealth of latest info subversively and ingeniously encoded within the threads, which looks to undermine the Norman perspective whereas featuring a mystery story undetected for centuries-an account of the ultimate years of Anglo-Saxon England relatively varied from the Norman version.
Bridgeford brings alive the turbulent eleventh century in western Europe, a global of formidable warrior bishops, court docket dwarfs, ruthless knights, and robust ladies. 1066 bargains readers a unprecedented surprise-a ebook that reconsiders a long-accepted masterpiece, and sheds new gentle on a pivotal bankruptcy of English background.
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