beadu-hrægl

beadu-hrægl, n.n: coat of mail, literally ‘battle-garment’. (BEH-ah-duh-H’RAEL / ˈbɛa-dʌ-ˌhɹæ-jəl)

Medieval manuscript image of a king and five of his men dressed in coats of mail, one leading a horse.
Henry of Huntingdon’s Historia Anglorum. England, late 12th-early 13th century. British Library, Arundel 48, f. 168v. [bl.uk]

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