bēod-genēat

bēod-genēat, m.n: table-companion. (BAY-odd-yeh-NAY-aht)

This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post is called ‘raven’s dinner at a king’s feast’. Read it on Patreon.

The feast of Ahasuerus: Queen Vashti gives a banquet for the women. Guiard des Moulins, Bible Historiale Complétée. Paris, c. 1320-1340. The Hague, Koninklijke Bibliotheek, 71 A 23, f. 240v. [kb.nl]

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