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Chart of Romney Marsh
Covers the areas of Hythe, Dungeness and Rye. This type of early vellum sea chart originated in the Mediterranean in the 13th century. Elhanan Tucker of Tenterden, Kent, was Expenditor of the Upper Levels (of the Rother Valley marshland); he died in 1690.
Original size: 640 mm x 920 mm
- Image reference: K1030-001
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London