Two fragments of tapestry, one is part of a clavus and ends in three narrow stripes with finials; the second is part of a square panel. Dark blue and red wool on an undyed linen ground. Both have roundels with running animals and birds and cusped borders. Small crosses above the tails of some animals.
- Length: 21.5 centimetres (largest fragment)
- Width: 5.5 centimetres (largest fragment)
- Length: 10.5 centimetres (smallest fragment)
- Width: 5.5 centimetres (smallest fragment)
Prehistory and Europe
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Object reference number: MCB766
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