I’ve always wanted to see the Bayeux Tapestry, which now resides in the eponymous town in northwestern France. It’s not really a tapestry, like the Lady with the Unicorn series (do see that if you’re ever in Paris), but is an embroidery on cloth.
Regardless, according to a tw**t by Literary Interest, a new section of this world-famous embroidery has been discovered. And it shows the literary inspiration of a much later British author. Clearly the invading Normans met some residents not depicted in the original tapestry: