Tapestry commissioned by Henry VIII found

I’m sure I’m not the only one who opens things up in a new tab, because it might be interesting, and I haven’t got time to look at it now.

And every now and then, I find my browser has loads of tabs open, because I need to click on the links in the books I work on to check they go to the right place, and I don’t always bother to close the tab straight away.

This morning, I was closing down some clutter when I found this article about a rediscovered tapestry, part of a collectiion depicting the life of St Paul.

I have no idea where I picked the link up from, but I just thought I’d share.

And there is also a nice little video about the Bayeux tapestry into the bargain.

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