hilde-hlemm, m.n: clash of battle, tumult of war. (HILL-duh-HLEMM / ˈhɪl-də-ˌhlɛm)

Medieval manuscript illustration of two armies fighting each other with swords on horseback; in the foreground are two kings on horseback, one of whom has received a bloody wound in his chest.
Les roys de Engeltere; England, c.1280-c. 1300; British Library, Cotton MS Vitellius A XIII/1, f. 3v. [bl.uk]

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