cyne-hām, m.n: royal dwelling, palace. (KUE-nuh-HAHM / ˈky-nə-ˌhaːm)

Medieval manuscript image of a castle with crenellated towers and surrounding wall, drawn in black ink with decorative highlights in pink, blue, green and gold.
From a map by Matthew Paris; England (St Albans), 1250s; British Library, Royal MS 14 C VII, f. 2r. []

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