Tronator

Tro`na´tor


n.1.An officer in London whose duty was to weigh wool.
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In medieval times wool carried a tax of one penny on every 28 pounds weight and the tax assessor, or tronator as he was called, travelled his district carrying weights slung across his horse's back.
In medieval times wool carried a tax of one penny on every 28 pounds weight and the tax assessor - or tronator as he was called - travelled his district carrying weights across his horse's back.