This tapestry "Bayeux Banquet" shows a scene from the extraordinary tapestry of the story behind the Battle of Hastings of 1066 between Duke William of Normandy and King Harold of England. Here in this tapetry we see William and his crew enjoying a banquet feast after their victory at the Battle. The battle took only one day but it shaped the course of England for years to come as William became the first Norman king of England. We see flame cooked meat eaten on skewers, with a band of musicians providing entertainment. The border is intricate with an array of real and mythological creatures. The original Bayeux tapestry is 203 feet long and this scene is one of the may scenes from this montage of medieval history. This tapestry "Bayeux Banquet" is backed with a lining and has a tunnel for easy hanging.