smiþ-cræft, m.n: ‘smith-craft’, the craft of working in metals or wood. (SMITH-KRAFT / ˈsmɪθ-ˌkræft)

1210 smithcraeft
The legend of Sigurd from the Norse Edda: Regin (Sigurd’s foster father) and his helper forge a sword on an anvil. Wood panel from a church in Setesdal, Norway, 12th century. []

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