sin-ceald

sin-ceald, adj: ever-cold. (“seen-chay-ald”)

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medieval-snowballs

Snowball fight in the Book of Hours of Bénigne Serre. Dijon, 1524. E-Codices “Utopia, armarium codicum bibliophilorum”, Cod. 103, f. 12r. [commons.wikimedia.org]

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