sciccing

sciccing, m.n: a cloak, cape. (SHIH-ching / ˈʃɪ-t͡ʃɪŋ)

Medieval manuscript image of a woman wearing a crown and cloak, holding a pendulum in one hand and a red circle with a furry animal in the other; at her feet are a rooster and a fox.
Personification of Equity in Somme le Roi. France (Paris? or NE), c. 1290-c. 1300. British Library, Add MS 28162, f. 7v. [bl.uk]

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