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23168Re: [mythsoc] Bayeaux Tapestry

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  • David Bratman
    Jul 10, 2012
      Sarah -

      You've looked at the Wikipedia scroll image of the whole thing, right? Is that PD?


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      >From: scribbler@...
      >Sent: Jul 10, 2012 7:20 AM
      >To: mythsoc@yahoogroups.com
      >Subject: Re: [mythsoc] Bayeaux Tapestry
      >
      >Thanks, Mem
      >
      >The purpose is to show that it is a long piece of "graphic storytelling".
      >So it needn't be super-clear on all the details. People have seen straight
      >on shots of the style so much that they forget there's a quite different
      >over-all story being told.
      >
      >That's what I'm going for.
      >
      >I apprecite the assists and recommendations, of course. :D
      >
      >Sarah
      >
      >> Sarah,
      >> I think I should look for a photo of the nterior Bayeaux cathedral.
      >> Although I've seen the tapestry, it's size was really brought home to me
      >> when I visited the church where it was made to hang and saw the space
      >> going all around the interior of the church. I will look through my old
      >> photos (1990s) and see if I have a good shot that might help.
      >> Mem Morman
      >>
      >> Scribblerworks <scribbler@...> wrote :
      >>
      >>> This doesn't really fit our usual topics of discussion, but for a book
      >>> project I'm working on, I need to find a picture of the Bayeaux Tapestry
      >>> that gives an idea of its length.
      >>>
      >>> I know there are such pictures on the internet, but they are not
      >>> necessarily clearly marked as to who owns the photo, whether it is
      >>> freely available, or whether a license fee is required.
      >>>
      >>> I'm posting to the group because I hope for a potential cross interest
      >>> between mythopoeic literature and medieval interests, and that someone
      >>> on this list might have a good quality photo they would be willing to
      >>> let me use in this book (with full credit as photographer and owner of
      >>> copyright of the photo, of course!). For free, ideally.
      >>>
      >>> The image(s) would be printed in grayscale in the book, but a full color
      >>> photograph can be easily converted (ah, Photoshop!).
      >>>
      >>> If any of you have such a picture or know someone who does and would be
      >>> willing to let me use it, you can respond either to this post or email
      >>> me directly at scribbler@...
      >>>
      >>> Thanks so much, folks! Sarah Beach
      >>>
      >>>
      >>>
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      >>>
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