scoppa

scoppa, m.n: a shop, a booth or shed for trade or work. (SHOP-pa / ˈʃɔp-pa)

Medieval manuscript image of two men conversing in a room with shelves stocked with various jars; one man points to a jar in his hand, while the other gestures with both hands.
Mattheus Platearius’ Circa instans; N France (Amiens), early 14th century; British Library, Sloane 1977, f. 49v. [bl.uk]

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