wǣðan, wk.v: to hunt. (“WÆTH-ahn”)

0720 waethan

Micrography of a rider holding a falcon. Micrography, or microcalligraphy, is a Jewish art form developed in the 9th century that uses tiny Hebrew letters to form representational, geometric and abstract designs. Torah from Germany, 2nd half of 13th century. British Library, Add 21160, f. 181v. [bl.uk]