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An online facsimile of the most famous tapestry of the Middle Ages, the Bayeux Tapestry. Relating the story of the Norman Conquest of England, the Tapestry (over 200 feet long) is a priceless source of historical and visual information about the early Middle Ages in England.
The Morgan provides online exhibitions as counterparts to physical equivilants. These exhibitions include medieval and Renaissance manuscripts, drawings and prints, literary and historical manuscripts, music manuscripts and printed scores, bindings and printed books, and art objects.