Vital 1 (Male) Man in the Bayeux Tapestry
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Notes: William 1 asked him for news of Harold 3's army in the run-up to the Battle of Hastings.

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Event (2)
Battle (2)
 Battle of Hastings: Here Duke William 1 asks Vital whether he has seen Harold 3's army. This man informs King Harold 3 about Duke William 1's army. Here Duke William 1 exhorts his soldiers to prepare themselves like men and wisely for the battle against the English army. Here fell Leofwine 69 and Gyrth 1, brothers of King Harold 3. Here fell the English and the French simultaneously in the battle. Here Bishop Odo 3 with a staff in his hand encourages his Squires. Here is Duke William 1. Eustace 1. Here the French do battle. And those who were with Harold 3 fell. Here King Harold 3 was killed. And the English fled.: Bayeux Tapestry    (1066)
 William 1.campaign in England prior to Hastings: Here William 1 crosses in a large ship over the sea and came to Pevensey. Here the horses go ashore. And here the soldiers hurried to Hastings to requisition food. Here is Wadard 1. Here meat is cooked. And here the servants serve the food. Here they dined. And here the Bishop blesses the food and wine. Bishop Odo 3. William 1. Robert 9. He ordered defences dug at Hastings. Here William 1 received news of Harold 3. Here the house is set on fire. Here the soldiers left Hastings, and went to do battle with King Harold 3. Here Duke William 1 asks Vital 1 whether he has seen Harold 3's army. : Bayeux Tapestry   
Building construction/restoration (1)
 William 1.campaign in England prior to Hastings: Here William 1 crosses in a large ship over the sea and came to Pevensey. Here the horses go ashore. And here the soldiers hurried to Hastings to requisition food. Here is Wadard 1. Here meat is cooked. And here the servants serve the food. Here they dined. And here the Bishop blesses the food and wine. Bishop Odo 3. William 1. Robert 9. He ordered defences dug at Hastings. Here William 1 received news of Harold 3. Here the house is set on fire. Here the soldiers left Hastings, and went to do battle with King Harold 3. Here Duke William 1 asks Vital 1 whether he has seen Harold 3's army. : Bayeux Tapestry   
Burning (1)
 William 1.campaign in England prior to Hastings: Here William 1 crosses in a large ship over the sea and came to Pevensey. Here the horses go ashore. And here the soldiers hurried to Hastings to requisition food. Here is Wadard 1. Here meat is cooked. And here the servants serve the food. Here they dined. And here the Bishop blesses the food and wine. Bishop Odo 3. William 1. Robert 9. He ordered defences dug at Hastings. Here William 1 received news of Harold 3. Here the house is set on fire. Here the soldiers left Hastings, and went to do battle with King Harold 3. Here Duke William 1 asks Vital 1 whether he has seen Harold 3's army. : Bayeux Tapestry   
Campaigning (1)
 William 1.campaign in England prior to Hastings: Here William 1 crosses in a large ship over the sea and came to Pevensey. Here the horses go ashore. And here the soldiers hurried to Hastings to requisition food. Here is Wadard 1. Here meat is cooked. And here the servants serve the food. Here they dined. And here the Bishop blesses the food and wine. Bishop Odo 3. William 1. Robert 9. He ordered defences dug at Hastings. Here William 1 received news of Harold 3. Here the house is set on fire. Here the soldiers left Hastings, and went to do battle with King Harold 3. Here Duke William 1 asks Vital 1 whether he has seen Harold 3's army. : Bayeux Tapestry   
Eating (1)
 William 1.campaign in England prior to Hastings: Here William 1 crosses in a large ship over the sea and came to Pevensey. Here the horses go ashore. And here the soldiers hurried to Hastings to requisition food. Here is Wadard 1. Here meat is cooked. And here the servants serve the food. Here they dined. And here the Bishop blesses the food and wine. Bishop Odo 3. William 1. Robert 9. He ordered defences dug at Hastings. Here William 1 received news of Harold 3. Here the house is set on fire. Here the soldiers left Hastings, and went to do battle with King Harold 3. Here Duke William 1 asks Vital 1 whether he has seen Harold 3's army. : Bayeux Tapestry   
Enquiry (2)
 Battle of Hastings: Here Duke William 1 asks Vital whether he has seen Harold 3's army. This man informs King Harold 3 about Duke William 1's army. Here Duke William 1 exhorts his soldiers to prepare themselves like men and wisely for the battle against the English army. Here fell Leofwine 69 and Gyrth 1, brothers of King Harold 3. Here fell the English and the French simultaneously in the battle. Here Bishop Odo 3 with a staff in his hand encourages his Squires. Here is Duke William 1. Eustace 1. Here the French do battle. And those who were with Harold 3 fell. Here King Harold 3 was killed. And the English fled.: Bayeux Tapestry    (1066)
 William 1.campaign in England prior to Hastings: Here William 1 crosses in a large ship over the sea and came to Pevensey. Here the horses go ashore. And here the soldiers hurried to Hastings to requisition food. Here is Wadard 1. Here meat is cooked. And here the servants serve the food. Here they dined. And here the Bishop blesses the food and wine. Bishop Odo 3. William 1. Robert 9. He ordered defences dug at Hastings. Here William 1 received news of Harold 3. Here the house is set on fire. Here the soldiers left Hastings, and went to do battle with King Harold 3. Here Duke William 1 asks Vital 1 whether he has seen Harold 3's army. : Bayeux Tapestry   
Flight (1)
 Battle of Hastings: Here Duke William 1 asks Vital whether he has seen Harold 3's army. This man informs King Harold 3 about Duke William 1's army. Here Duke William 1 exhorts his soldiers to prepare themselves like men and wisely for the battle against the English army. Here fell Leofwine 69 and Gyrth 1, brothers of King Harold 3. Here fell the English and the French simultaneously in the battle. Here Bishop Odo 3 with a staff in his hand encourages his Squires. Here is Duke William 1. Eustace 1. Here the French do battle. And those who were with Harold 3 fell. Here King Harold 3 was killed. And the English fled.: Bayeux Tapestry    (1066)
Horse-using/giving/acquisition/riding (1)
 William 1.campaign in England prior to Hastings: Here William 1 crosses in a large ship over the sea and came to Pevensey. Here the horses go ashore. And here the soldiers hurried to Hastings to requisition food. Here is Wadard 1. Here meat is cooked. And here the servants serve the food. Here they dined. And here the Bishop blesses the food and wine. Bishop Odo 3. William 1. Robert 9. He ordered defences dug at Hastings. Here William 1 received news of Harold 3. Here the house is set on fire. Here the soldiers left Hastings, and went to do battle with King Harold 3. Here Duke William 1 asks Vital 1 whether he has seen Harold 3's army. : Bayeux Tapestry   
Killing/murder (1)
 Battle of Hastings: Here Duke William 1 asks Vital whether he has seen Harold 3's army. This man informs King Harold 3 about Duke William 1's army. Here Duke William 1 exhorts his soldiers to prepare themselves like men and wisely for the battle against the English army. Here fell Leofwine 69 and Gyrth 1, brothers of King Harold 3. Here fell the English and the French simultaneously in the battle. Here Bishop Odo 3 with a staff in his hand encourages his Squires. Here is Duke William 1. Eustace 1. Here the French do battle. And those who were with Harold 3 fell. Here King Harold 3 was killed. And the English fled.: Bayeux Tapestry    (1066)
Provisioning (1)
 William 1.campaign in England prior to Hastings: Here William 1 crosses in a large ship over the sea and came to Pevensey. Here the horses go ashore. And here the soldiers hurried to Hastings to requisition food. Here is Wadard 1. Here meat is cooked. And here the servants serve the food. Here they dined. And here the Bishop blesses the food and wine. Bishop Odo 3. William 1. Robert 9. He ordered defences dug at Hastings. Here William 1 received news of Harold 3. Here the house is set on fire. Here the soldiers left Hastings, and went to do battle with King Harold 3. Here Duke William 1 asks Vital 1 whether he has seen Harold 3's army. : Bayeux Tapestry   
Raiding (1)
 William 1.campaign in England prior to Hastings: Here William 1 crosses in a large ship over the sea and came to Pevensey. Here the horses go ashore. And here the soldiers hurried to Hastings to requisition food. Here is Wadard 1. Here meat is cooked. And here the servants serve the food. Here they dined. And here the Bishop blesses the food and wine. Bishop Odo 3. William 1. Robert 9. He ordered defences dug at Hastings. Here William 1 received news of Harold 3. Here the house is set on fire. Here the soldiers left Hastings, and went to do battle with King Harold 3. Here Duke William 1 asks Vital 1 whether he has seen Harold 3's army. : Bayeux Tapestry   
Speech (1)
 Battle of Hastings: Here Duke William 1 asks Vital whether he has seen Harold 3's army. This man informs King Harold 3 about Duke William 1's army. Here Duke William 1 exhorts his soldiers to prepare themselves like men and wisely for the battle against the English army. Here fell Leofwine 69 and Gyrth 1, brothers of King Harold 3. Here fell the English and the French simultaneously in the battle. Here Bishop Odo 3 with a staff in his hand encourages his Squires. Here is Duke William 1. Eustace 1. Here the French do battle. And those who were with Harold 3 fell. Here King Harold 3 was killed. And the English fled.: Bayeux Tapestry    (1066)
War (1)
 Battle of Hastings: Here Duke William 1 asks Vital whether he has seen Harold 3's army. This man informs King Harold 3 about Duke William 1's army. Here Duke William 1 exhorts his soldiers to prepare themselves like men and wisely for the battle against the English army. Here fell Leofwine 69 and Gyrth 1, brothers of King Harold 3. Here fell the English and the French simultaneously in the battle. Here Bishop Odo 3 with a staff in his hand encourages his Squires. Here is Duke William 1. Eustace 1. Here the French do battle. And those who were with Harold 3 fell. Here King Harold 3 was killed. And the English fled.: Bayeux Tapestry    (1066)