box

box, m/n.n: box, box-tree. (BOX / ˈbɔks)

Medieval manuscript image of a man in rags transferring his gold coins from a coffer to a lock box upon which a winged demon sits.
Frere Laurent’s Somme le Roi. France (Paris), c. 1295. British Library, MS Additional 54180, f. 136v. [bl.uk]

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