This scene shows three armed Normans overseeing the discussions between Harold and William. The next section involves the cleric and Aelfgyva, which also takes place within the confines of the palace. Despite many theories the identity of Aelfgyva remains a mystery. It has been argued that Aelfgyva was the mother of Harold Harefoot. She has also been identified with the Duchess Matilda, with her daughter Adeliza, with Harold’s sister Eadgyth and his wife Ealdgyth. Aelfgyva is one of only three women that appear in the main picture. The lack of women depicted in the tapestry may suggest that a man designed the tapestry.