brim-hlæst, f.n: fish (‘sea-cargo’). (BRIM-H’LAST / ˈbrɪm-ˌhlæst)

Medieval manuscript depiction of Pisces, with two fish facing opposite directions within two circles, their mouths connected by a curving red line.
11th century calendar, from SE England (Canterbury?); British Library, Cotton MS Julius A VI, f. 4r. []

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