cwylla

cwylla, m.n: a well, spring. (KWUL-la / ˈkwɝl-la)

Medieval manuscript image of two men talking by a well, one of whom is holding a bucket, and a third man drawing water from the well using a pulley system.
Digest of Justinian. Italy (Bologna), early 14th century. Bodleian Library, MS. Canon. Misc. 493, f. 153r. [digital.bodleian.oxford.ac.uk]

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