up-færeld, m/n.n: a journey up, an ascension. (UP-FAE-reld / ˈʌp-ˌfæ-rɛld)

Colourful letter P in a medieval manuscript, inside the loop of which is an old man in a chariot drawn by two horses ascending into the sky; fish swim in the water below.
Rochester Bible; England, 12th century; British Library, Royal MS 1 C VII, f. 154v. [blogs.bl.uk]

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