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English: The Ormside bowl in the British Museum. It is a silver and glass double bowl dating from the AD 750-800 which was found in 1823 buried next to a Viking warrior in Ormside, Cumbria

Detail of Image:Harold bayeux tapestry.png fragment of the bayeux tapestry showing harold as he comes to normandy to inform william he is the sucesor of king eduard.

English: Stained glass at York Minster.
Date 7 June 2012, 12:49 (UTC)
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  • File:Ormside_bowl_british_museum_right.JPG licensed with Cc-by-sa-3.0, GFDL
    • 2010-06-28T14:57:28Z JMiall 1725x1551 (758602 Bytes) {{Information |Description={{en|1=The Ormside bowl in the British Museum. It is a silver and glass double bowl dating from the AD 750-800 which was found in 1823 buried next to a Viking warrior in Ormside, Cumbria}} |Source={
  • File:Bayeux_tapestry_stitches_detail..jpg licensed with PD-Art, PD-old
    • 2007-06-24T03:24:15Z PKM 612x515 (138783 Bytes) Detaik of fragment of the bayeux tapestry showing harold as he comes to normandy to inform william he is the sucesor of king eduard. {{PD-art}} [[Category:Bayeux Tapestry]]
  • File:Salisbury_Cathedral.jpg licensed with Cc-by-sa-2.0
    • 2008-01-04T20:32:32Z Wikipeder 1295x1096 (443213 Bytes) distortion fixed
    • 2005-09-02T15:46:22Z Jvdc 1352x1120 (357793 Bytes) Reverted to earlier revision
    • 2005-09-01T23:00:11Z Jvdc 1200x1600 (598986 Bytes) Gothic arches in Salisbury Cathedral, Wiltshire, England. Source: Jan van der Crabben (Photographer) {{cc-by-sa-2.0}} [[Category:architecture]][[Category:church]]\
    • 2005-09-01T22:45:14Z Jvdc 1200x1600 (598986 Bytes) Gothic arches in Salisbury Cathedral, Wiltshire, England. Source: Jan van der Crabben (Photographer) {{cc-by-sa-2.0}} [[Category:architecture]][[Category:church]]\
    • 2005-07-03T10:17:11Z Solipsist 1352x1120 (357793 Bytes) Salisbury Cathedral in the early morning light. ---- Photograph © Andrew Dunn, 21 June 2005 {{cc-by-sa-2.0}} ---- Keywords: Salisbury Cathedral, Spire, Wiltshire [[Category:Cathedrals of England]] [[Category:Wiltshire]
  • File:York_Minster_stained_glass_scene_1.jpg licensed with PD-self
    • 2008-01-03T01:50:28Z Stevenfruitsmaak 2000x2230 (3507825 Bytes) {{Information |Description={{en|A "grotesque" in the Chapter House at York Minster.}} |Source=own work |Date=December 12, 2007 |Author=[[User:Stevenfruitsmaak|Steven Fruitsmaak]] |Permission={{PD-self}} |other_versions=at req

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