VYSERVoluntary Youth Services Eastern Region (UK)
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Ye, but thou can play the fole without a vyser. (ll.
A "vyser" (likely black) seems to have been emblematic of folly, since, ironically, the insult implying Crafty Conveyance's innate or natural folly makes little sense if playing the fool with a "vyser" (or at least some face paint) were not conventional in the morality play.
In 1516-17 the parish purchases 'Ratilbaggez & vysers' and Soper is paid for painting five wigs and keeping the 'ornamentorum lusatorum'.