wægn-gewǣde

wægn-gewǣde, n.n: a wagon-cloth, covering for a wagon. (WAYN-yeh-WA-deh / ˈwæjn-jɛ-ˌwæː-dɛ)

A manuscript image shows a two-wheeled wagon pulled by a horse. Five women look out of the wagon from under a green wagon cover. The man leading the horse gestures to the two men riding horses behind the wagon.
Rudolf von Ems, Weltchronik. Zurich, c. 1300. St Gallen, Kantonsbibliothek, Vadianische Sammlung, VadSlg Ms. 302, f. 39r. [e-codices.unifr.ch]

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