heofon-engel

heofon-engel, m.n: angel of heaven. (HEH-oh-von-ENG-gell / ˈhɛɔ-vɔn-ˌɛŋ-gɛl)

Medieval manuscript image of a hooded man kneeling and washing the feet of a winged and haloed angel who is dressed like a traveller.
Bede’s Prose Life of St Cuthbert; N England (Durham), 4th quarter of 12th century; British Library, Yates Thompson MS 26, f. 17v. [bl.uk]

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