þrī

þrī, n/adj/numeral: three. (THREE / ˈθriː)

Medieval manuscript initial D, inside of which is a scene of two crowned men bearing gifts, one of them pointing upward, both standing behind the third, eldest man who removes the crown from his head and raises a gift to the extended hands of the haloed baby who is seated on the lap of a haloed and crowned woman.
Book of Hours; France (possibly Thérouanne), c. 1300; Morgan Library & Museum, MS M.60, f. 8r. [ica.themorgan.org]

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