hell, f.n: the abode of the dead, underworld in which the spirits of the departed dwell; the hell of the damned, place of eternal punishment for evil human beings and angels. (HELL / ˈhɛl)

Illustration in a circular frame: St Bartholomew hands a scourge to St Guthlac, who is being dragged into a monstrous hell mouth by winged and horned demons; other people are already being tortured by demons inside the hell mouth.
Guthlac Roll; England (Crowland, Lincolnshire), 1175-1215; British Library, Harley Y 6, f. 8r. [bl.uk]