æfter-fylgan

æfter-fylgan, wk.v: to follow. (AV-ter-FULL-gahn / ˈæv-tɛɹ-ˌfɝl-gan)

Medieval manuscript image of an armoured king on a horse looking behind him at the two men and two women on horseback who are following him.
L’estoire de Merlin. N France (Saint-Omer or Tournai), c. 1316. British Library, Additional 10292, f. 170r. [bl.uk / manuscriptminiatures.com]

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