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Pictured: Artist Keith Pettit with the first completed piece of his 1066 series.
An artist has been inspired by the Bayeux Tapestry to create a series of wooden sculptures which commemorate the year 1066.
Keith Pettit, 49, has used chainsaws and cutters to fashion the figures which will be displayed along the 1066 Country Walk in East Sussex.
It was a momentous period in English history with the death of Edward the Confessor, the Norman conquest and the Battle of Hastings.
The 31-mile path follows William the Conqueror's progress as he brought his army to Pevensey before defeating King Harold in Battle.
In total, he will make 10 sculptures, with the project set to be completed in Spring 2021.