ēaster-dæg

ēaster-dæg, m.n: Easter-day. (AY-ah-ster-DAIE / ˈeːa-stɛr-ˌdæj)

Medieval manuscript image of the lower half of a person’s body visible in the sky above, with the upper half disappearing into the clouds; on either side below are groups of men who gaze upwards at the miracle.
Christ ascending to heaven in the Tiberius Psalter; England (Winchester), c. 1050; British Library, Cotton MS Tiberius C VI, f. 15r. [bl.uk]

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