wel-þungen, adj: well-thriven, able, good, excellent, honourable. (WELL-thung-gen / ˈwɛl-θʌŋ-gɛn)

Today is the wel-þungen feast of St Bartholomew.

Bartholomew appears to Guthlac in the company of an angel. From the Guthlac Roll, a series of illustrations of Guthlac’s life produced at the end of the 12th century. British Library, Harley Roll Y.6.

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