scip-fultum, m.n: naval assistance. (SHIP-FULL-tum / ˈʃɪp-ˌfʌl-tʌm)

Medieval manuscript image of soldiers on a sailing ship with a man blowing a horn from the prow and a blue flag with three gold fleur-de-lys; part of another ship is visible on the right, and in the background is a city in flames.
Grandes chroniques de France; France (Paris), c. 1404; Bibliothèque Mazarine, ms. 2028, f. 2r. []

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