stōw

stōw, f.n: place, location. (STOH / ˈstoːw)

Medieval manuscript page divided into two columns that contain a series of illustrations of buildings and geographical landmarks with labels, with a road connecting one to the next.
Section of an illustrated itinerary to Jerusalem, from London to Beauvais; England (St Albans), 1250s; British Library, Royal MS 14 C VII, f. 2r. [bl.uk]

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