cyrtel, m.n: garment, tunic, coat, gown. (KUER-tell / ˈkyr-tɛl)

Medieval manuscript image of three young men wearing white, green and red tunics; the one on the left is playing a trumpet and the other two are clapping their hands.
Vespasian Psalter; England (Kent), 8th century; British Library, Cotton MS Vespasian A I, f. 30v. []

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