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This is a very Norman cloth. I don't like it...


I love it...
post #47 of 280
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This is a very Norman cloth. I don't like it...


Isn't that Louis de Lombard in the second boat?




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I love it...
It's not Golden Bale you know?
post #49 of 280
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It's not Golden Bale you know?

The tapestry was made in England and not in Normandy at all...

They were already outsourcing in the XI th century...
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Isn't that Louis de Lombard in the second boat? - BMad as fuck
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The tapestry was made in England and not in Normandy at all... They were already outsourcing in the XI th century...
I think where it was woven is open to debate
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I congratulate all the participants in this thread reaching page 4 without invoking the, "Lesser is more," statement.

Gentlemen: I salute you.

Asinus asinum fricat.


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I think where it was woven is open to debate

I don't know what the debate is, but I am on 's side.


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I don't know what the debate is, but I am on 's side.


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"Tu es un branleur et un petit con. La langue morte t'emmerde."
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"Tu es un branleur et un petit con. La langue morte t'emmerde."

Faute de beouf, on fait labourer par son âne.


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I think where it was woven is open to debate

Having a tapestry depicting a famous victory was a Anglo-Saxon tradition..

It would have been iroinc if the tapestry had been made in England rather than in France...
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Faute de beouf, on fait labourer par son âne.


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"Lorsque le chat a la queue verticale, c'est qu'il est en confiance."
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"Lorsque le chat a la queue verticale, c'est qu'il est en confiance."

Qui naquit chat court après les souris.


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"Lorsque le chat a la queue verticale, c'est qu'il est en confiance."

Michel Audiard..Faut pas parler aux cons , ca les instruit...

Quite relevant sometimes on SF...
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