folc-cyning

folc-cyning, m.n: king of nations, king of the people. (FOLK-KUE-ning / ˈfɔlk-ˌky-nɪŋ)

Medieval manuscript written in Latin, with a marginal illustration on the left of a tall bearded man wearing a crown and a long robe.
Geoffrey of Monmouth’s Historia Regum Britanniae; France (Mont Saint-Michel), 1151-1200; Bibliothèque nationale de France, Département des Manuscrits, Latin 8501A, f. 108v. [manuscrits-france-angleterre.org]

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