cyning-dōm

cyning-dōm, m.n: kingly power; a kingdom.

kingdom

Image: The Coronation of Henry III, Images of English Kings, from Edward the Confessor to Edward I, England (circa 1280-1300). Cotton Vitellius. British Library. From Culture24 blog post ‘Once in a lifetime glimpse of Royal Manuscripts as Genius of Illumination dazzles at the British Library’.

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