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tapestry British & World English

A piece of thick textile fabric with pictures or designs formed by weaving coloured weft threads or by embroidering on canvas, used as a wall hanging or soft furnishing

Bayeux Tapestry British & World English

An embroidered cloth, about 70 metres (230 feet) long, illustrating events leading up to the Norman Conquest and made between 1066 and 1077 for the bishop of Bayeux in Normandy

Bayeux Tapestry New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

embroidered cloth illustrating the Norman Conquest

Gobelin British & World English

A tapestry made at the Gobelins factory in Paris, or in imitation of one

Gobelin tapestry in Gobelin British & World English

A tapestry made at the Gobelins factory in Paris, or in imitation of one