īren-gelōma

īren-gelōma, m.n: iron implements. (EE-ren-yeh-LO-ma / ˈiː-ɹɛn-jɛ-ˌloː-ma)

Medieval manuscript image of a blacksmith holding a hammer in one hand and in the other hand a tool positioning a horseshoe on an anvil.
Book of Hours. England (London), c. 1320-c. 1330. British Library, Harley 6563, f. 68v. [bl.uk]

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