Detail of a 21- x 16-foot tapestry of King Arthur woven about 1385; now in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art at the Cloisters (New York). The tapestry is one of five that survive from a set of tapestries of the Nine Worthies, champions who became the subject of poetry and art during the thirteenth century. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Cloisters Collection, Munsey Fund, 1932. (32.130.3a) © 1985 by the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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