YouTube is for many things, most of it frivolous, much of it copyright infringing. This link, though, is a bit different. Someone has animated the Bayeux Tapestry.
The Bayeux Tapestry is the famous medieval embroidery that told the story of William of Normandy's defeat of the Saxon army in 1066, making William king of England.
This link is to an animation. Someone has taken the images from the tapestry and animated them. English words were added to explain what the current portion of the tapestry was representing.
It's pretty cool, at least to a history buff like me. Here's the link:
If you would like to see the actual tapestry, not animated, and with a more thorough commentary, this next site is excellent:
Gosh, Designated Import is now educational!
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