bōc-hord, n/m.n: library, repository for books. (BOAK-HORD / ˈboːk-ˌhɔrd)

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Medieval manuscript image of a man with a halo writing in a book, with a cabinet of books behind him.
Codex Amiatinus. England, c. 700. Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana, MS Amiatino 1. [wikipedia.org]

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