|Scene 38, "Here Duke William in a great fleet crossed the sea"|
|L to R: Scene 44, brothers Odo, William I and Robert|
Scene 32, "These people marvel at the star" (The Star is Haley's Comet)
Scene 55, The stunning moment during the Battle of Hastings where William shows he is still alive
|Scene 51, "Here Duke William speaks to his knights to prepare themselves manfully and wisely for the battle against the army of the English"|
|Scene 53, The Battle of Hastings in all its violence; "Here English and French fell at the same time in battle."|
The Bayeux Tapestry can be seen at the Musée de la Tapisserie de Bayeux, in Bayeux, France. Or, you can just look at it in many, many places on the internet. I highly recommend medievalists.net/2009/06/11/the-bayeux-tapestry/, which (like the Wikipedia article on the Tapestry) is an excellent overview with many links to online resources for further study.