Notre-Dame Chapel, with statue of the Virgin Mary by Pierre Hotin (1821-53), Bayeux Cathedral (Notre Dame de Bayeux), 11th-19th century, Bayeux, France. In Bayeux Cathedral, dedicated 1077, William the Conqueror forced Harold to take the oath which led to the Norman Conquest of England. After a 12th century war between William's sons the cathedral was reconstructed. Gothic and Neo-Gothic sections were added 13th-19th centuries. Photograph by Manuel Cohen

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Notre-Dame Chapel, with statue of the Virgin Mary by Pierre Hotin (1821-53), Bayeux Cathedral (Notre Dame de Bayeux), 11th-19th century, Bayeux, France. In Bayeux Cathedral, dedicated 1077, William the Conqueror forced Harold to take the oath which led to the Norman Conquest of England. After a 12th century war between William's sons the cathedral was reconstructed. Gothic and Neo-Gothic sections were added 13th-19th centuries. Photograph by Manuel Cohen

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