flæðe-camb

flæðe-camb, m.n: a weaver’s comb. (FLATH-uh-KAHMB / ˈflæ-θə-ˌkamb)

Giovanni Boccaccio’s “The famous women”. 15th century. Paris, Biblioteque Nationale, MS. Fr. 598, f. 70v.

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  1. Women weave, spun and combed flax. Miniature from the illuminated manuscripts of the treatise by Giovanni Boccaccio “The famous women”. MS Fr. 598, f. 70v, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris. France, 15th century.

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