Full of medieval style, this tapestry "Godfrey of Bouillon" depicts one of the leaders of the First Crusade from 1096. Godfrey of Bouillon was a medieval knight of Frankish or Germanic origin, who was the lord of Bouillon, and later took control of Jerusalem via the siege of 1099 and became the first "king" of Jerusalem. He in fact refused to be called king of Jerusalem as this title he declared belonged to Jesus, and took instead the title of the Defender of the Holy Sepulchre or the Church of the Resurrection, which was the church near where Jesus was crucified. In this work we see a stylized piece in archetypal medieval style, with Godfrey de Bouillon leading knights in the crusade to liberate Jerusalem and to aid the Byxantine empire. The dress of the horses are colorful as are the attire and flags of the knights themselves. This medieval tapestry "Godfrey of Bouillon" is backed with lining and tunnel for easy hanging.