Carlion Tapestry
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The Carlion Tapesty is a linen and wool textile that depicts the events of the Siege of Carllon. One panel of the tapestry features Sir Rowain of Boxbourne climbing the walls of Carlion on a siege ladder and defeating three knights of the tyrant King Vortigern.

The tapestry is 40 feet long by 2 feet wide. The artisans responsible for the tapestry are unknown but it was likely made in Hertford or London. The tapestry is current owned by Sir Rhys ap Rowain and is on display at Boxbourne Manor. Purchased for 4£, it is likely worth twice that amount.

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