1) A type of fishing net used by the Crowle tenants in the fourteenth century, subject to certain time restrictions.

1372 Item piscari debent cum ladenettes inter festa Paschae et Sci Petri ad Vincula incipiendo post medium diei, scil. post prandium, et continuando ad solis occasum, Selby. This seems to have been a type of net adapted for fishing in the ‘lodes’ or channels of the river Don and its feeders: ripas alvei de Done et des les Lades ubi piscariae arentatae construuntur.

places Selby
dates 1372

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