wuldor-fæder

wuldor-fæder, m.n: glory-father, the heavenly Father. (WULL-dor-VADD-er / ˈwʌl-dɔr-ˌvæ-dɛr)

Medieval manuscript image of God portrayed as a brown-haired and bearded man with a halo who is wearing red and green; he looks calm as he hovers over the world.
Stammheim Missal; N Germany, probably 1170s; J. Paul Getty Museum, Ms. 64 (97.MG.21), f. 10v. [getty.edu]

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