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Thomas de Snetesham’s accounts for 1345 and 1346

Posted by S.P. Rose, on March 12th, 2015

This set of accounts for 1345 and 1346, drawn up by Thomas de Snetesham, Clerk of the King’s Ships in the reign of Edward III, includes the earliest known reference to navigational instruments on an English ship. Snetesham was first appointed to a position concerned with the administration of the King’s Ships in 1336 though... Become A Member

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