ge-blōt

ge-blōt, n.n: a sacrifice. (yeh-BLOAT / jɛ-ˈbloːt)

Medieval manuscript image of a haloed man crucified; one soldier pierces the crucified man’s side with a spear so that it bleeds, while another holds a sponge to his chest.
Christ’s crucifixion in the Tiberius Psalter; England (Winchester), 11th century; British Library, Cotton MS Tiberius C VI, f. 13r. [bl.uk]

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