bōc-fell, n.n: parchment, vellum (‘book-skin’). (BOAK-FELL / ˈboːk-ˌfɛl)

Medieval manuscript image of a man with a roll of parchment under his arm handing a sheet of parchment to a haloed man wearing a black robe and cowl; in the background is a piece of parchment stretched out on a frame.
Hamburg Bible, 1255; Copenhagen, Det Kongelige Bibliotek, MS 4, 2°, f. 183v. [commons.wikimedia.org]

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