prass

prass, n: pomp, array, parade. (PRAHS / ˈpɹas)

A medieval manuscript illustration of five figures holding hands in a procession or dance. From left to right, a man with a deer head, a human woman, a man with a rabbit head, a man with a boar head, and a human woman.
Marginalia from the Romance of Alexander. Flanders, 1338-1344. Bodleian Library, MS Bodl. 264, f. 21v. [digital.bodleian.ox.ac.uk]

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