irþ-land, n.n: arable land. [IRTH-LOND]

This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post is on Tubalcain, master of smith-craft. Read it on Patreon.

©Photo. R.M.N. / R.-G. OjŽda

Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry, by the Limbourg brothers. France, 1412-1416. Chantilly (France), Musée Condé, MS 65. R.M.N. / R.-G. Ojéda, Public Domain []

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