frēols-tīd

frēols-tīd, f.n: festive season, feast-tide. (FRAY-olz-TEED / ˈfreːɔlz-ˌtiːd)

Medieval manuscript image of a group of ten men and women dancing while holding hands in a circle; on the left a child beats a drum with a stick and on the right another child plays the bagpipes.
Guillaume de Lorris & Jean de Meun’s Roman de la Rose; N France (Artois or Picardy), c. 1340-1350; British Library, Royal MS 20 A XVII, f. 9r. [bl.uk]

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