for-hǣþed

for-hǣþed, adj: burned up, destroyed by fire; scorched. (for-HAE-thed / fɔr-ˈhæː-θɛd)

Two open cardboard boxes containing pieces of burnt parchment; the box lids sitting beside have handwritten labels with the boxes’ contents, one saying ‘various fragments found loose in a box’ with a date in 1957, the other with a manuscript number and the word ‘fragments’.
British Library boxes containing portions of manuscripts almost destroyed in the Ashburnham House fire of 1731, now classified as Cotton Fragments XXXII. [blogs.bl.uk]

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