Medieval Glossary

Ell

For the English, the ell was a measure of length (especially for cloth) standardized at forty-five inches in length. Ell is very similar in meaning to the French word aune.

Related term(s): Inch; Bolt; Foot; Hand
Category: Weights and Measures
Added: 08.30.04
Contributor(s): Alan Chanter

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