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TABLE XIII. I. GRECIAN MEASURES OF LENGTH. 1. Small Measures. (Unit; IIoic−1.01 feet.) Aáorvoor---------- ** - - - - - - - - - - -------------- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ---------- Feet. o * “” ---------------------------------------------------------... 1.52 4 | 2 |Hazaari, *ncient Aopov------------------------------------------ 3.03 8 4 * A*, or 'Hutróðiov----------------------.................. 6.07 10 5 2} 13 || Azéc--------------. ------------------------------- 7.59 11 5} | 23 li | 1.1% |'Opodopov ----------------------------........ 8.34 12 6 3 1} | { | *| *--------------------------------- 9.10 16 || s To T2 || || Los Is Hour......................... ------ 1 0.14 18 || 9 || 4 || 23 || 13 || 1 || || 1 || | | | |IIvyuá-...--................... 1 1.65 20 || 10 5 2} | 2 1+ 1} | 13 l; IIvyów------------------ 1 3.17. 24 | 12 || 6 || 3 || 23 2+| 2 || 14 || 13 || 14 |IIñxvr------------. 1 6.21 TABLE XIV. I. GRECIAN MEASURES OF LENGTH. 2. Great Measures. (Unit : Xráduov-607 feet.) IIoic ------------------- --------- -- !. ----------- ------------------------ Miles. Yds. so * Pika----------------------------------------------------------- 2.53 6 *śl'Opyvio --------------------------------- ------------------ 2 6.07 10 4 13|Aekátovo, "Akaiva, Kážauor-------------------------- 3 1.11 60 24 10 || 6 |'APPia------------------------ ---------------- 20 0.69 100 40 163| 10 13|II?&pov-------------------------------- 34 2.15 Soo Too Too Tso's 10 || 6 |zrádlow........................... 202 0.88 1200 480 200 | 120 20 12 2 | Atav’oo--------------------- 404 0.75 2400 960 400 240 40 24 4 2 l'Itrixów--------------- 809 0.50 7200 || 2880 | 1200 | 720 | 120 72 12 6 3 || A6%tror---------- I 667 1.51 TABLE XV. II. GRECIAN MEASURES OF EXTENT. (Unit; IIAéðpov=4 acre.) Acres. Roods. Petches. Sq. Fr. IIoir------------------------------------------ -:--------- ---- 1.02 36 'E5atróðn:------. ------------- ----------- --------------- 36.83 100 2} | "Akatva--------------------- --------------- ----- 102.31 833}| 23# 83| Huíexror------- --------------------------- 3 35.79 16663| 46; 163| 2 | "Extor------------------------------- 71.59 |2500 Tag T 25 F3 || ||Apowpa......................... 9 107.38 loooo Toross too || 12 || 6 || 4 || IIzidow.............. ---- 37 157.26 10--------------------- 2 l 15 211.38 100--------------------- 23 l 37 208.08 234 3 17 175.07 1422 GRECIAN MEASURES OF CAPACITY. –GRECIAN WEIGHTS. TABLE XVI.-III. GRECIAN MEASURES OF CAPACITY. 1. For Liquids. (Unit: Merpnric-84 gallons.) Kow...................................................... " "::" "do 2 Xium----------------------------------------------------- 0.55 0.016 2} 13 Moatpov-------------------------------------------- 0.69 0.02 so a Köyxm-------------------------- --------------- 1.37 0.04 to T; T. 2 Kod'os---------------------------------- 2.74 0.08 T; Toss || 3 || ||ośćaoow.......................... - 4. 12 0.12 30 15 12 6 T3 || 2 Torqprov--------------------... 8.23 0.24 60 30 24 | 12 6 4 2 Korton-------.......... 16.47 0.48 T20I Go || 4s 24 | 12 || 8 || 4 || 2 |zéarn............. 32.93 0.95 720 360 2ss To 72 48 24 12 To Xofic--------- - 197.59 2 1.70 ago also los Issa o oss || 4 || 72 B6 3 |A&rn...... 1185.56|| 4 1 0.23 solo aszo 3455 172s so 576 |2ss to 72 |z|2 Merpyri, 1 64313 s 2 046 10... 13 1247.26 85 2 0.60 100. - 137 375.60 855 2 197 1000. - 1372 310, 18557 l 1.70 TABLE XVII.-III. GRECIAN MEASURES OF CAPACITY. 2. For things dry. (Unit: Méðuvoc=1} bushels.) Korotáptov---------------- -------- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - cub. st. “; * * * § 10 || Kūaffor------------------------------------------------ 2.74 .07 15 1}l '05%abov--------------------------------------- 4.12 .12 60 6 4 Koro”------------------------------------ 16.47 .48 120 12 8 2 |Féarno-----------------------------. - 32.93 .95 240 24 16 4 * **ś------------------------- - 65.86 1.90 960 96 |* 64 I6 8 4 'Hufektov------------------ 263.46 3 1.6l 1920 | 192 | 128 || 32 | 16 8 2 | "Exto:-------------- 526.92 7 1.21 3840 || 384 256 64 || 32 16 4 || 2 || Tottác--------- 1053.83 1 7 0.43 11520 || 1 152 || 768 || 192 96 48 12 6 3 Médquo;. 1 1433.5 1 1 5 1.28 10... 18 511. 14 1 0 0.8 100. -- 182 1654. 142 2 3 2. 1000... 1829 989. 1426 0 7 2, TABLE XVIII.-IV. GRECIAN WEIGHTS. 1. Weights below the Drachm. (Unit : Apaxuñ=67 grs.) Troy weight. **** Lepton (Aetrów)----------------------------- ------------------- dwth. to 2 oom 7 | Chalcus (XaAxotic)------------------- ---------------- ----- 1.4 0.05 28 4 |Half Obolus ("Hutoff02tov)----------------------------- 5,6 0.21 56 8 2 |Obolus ('000%)------------------------------- 11.2 0.41 112 || 16 4 2 | Diobolus (Atogóżov)-------------------- -- 22.4 0.82 336 loss to 3 || 3 |Dracux (Apaxto)................... 2 19.3 2.46

TABLE XIX. IW. GRECIAN WEIGHTS. 2. Weights above the Drachm. Troy weight. Avoirdupoise wt. Drachm (Apaxuff) ------------ ----------------------------- lbs. os. “; 15.3 lbs. oz. 2% * Didachm (Alopou").-----------------------------. 5 14.7 4.93 100 50 Mina (Mvā)--------------------------------- 1 2 0 13.5 15 6.25 5000 || 3000 60 |Attic Talent (TáAavrov)................. 70 1 13 17.3 57 11 7.18 10000 || 5000 || 100 13 Talent of Ægina------------------ 116 10 16 4.8 96 3 1.3 TABLE XX. W. GRECIAN MONEYS. 1. Moneys below the Drachm. (Unit: Apaxuff=17} cents.) Lepton (Aetrów)-------------------------------------------------- d. §: cts. o: —- Chalcus (XaAroor)------------------------------------------- 0.8 3.7 14 2 |Dichalcon (Aixaoxov)----------------------------------- 1.6 7.3 28 4 2 |Half Obolus (HuočáAtov)....... --------------- ---- 3.2 || 1 4.7 55 Ts's T2 lobolus codoxo)........... ------------- ..... 1 2.5 l 2 9.3 1 12 16 8 4 2 | Diobolon (Ató60Aov)------------------- 3 1. 5 8.6 224 || 3 || 6 || s solo 2 Tetrobolon (Terpotoor)...... ... - 6 1.9 || 11 7.3 336 || 48 || 24 || 2 || 3 || 3 || || |Dsachu (Apaxus).......... 9 2.8 || 17 5.9 TABLE XXI. W. GRECIAN MONEYS. 2, Moneys above the Drachm. Drachm (Apaxuā)---------------- ------------------------------ £ s. "; % $ o, §§ 3Didnehm (atopaxlow)............. ----------- ------------ - 1 7 1.7 35 1.9 4. 2| Tetradrachm (Terpáðpaxuov), or Silver 2rarip......... - 3 2 3.4 70 3.7 20 10 5. Chrysus (Xpwoods), Daric (Aapeukóc), Stater of Gold I6 2 1. 3 51 8.6 100 50 25, 5 Mina (Mvā)----------------------------- 4 0 1 1 1.2 17 59 3.2 6000 3000 1500 300 60 ||Attic Talent of Silver (TáAavrov)..... 242 16 6 . 1055 59 . 10000|5000|2500|500 || 100 || 1: Talent of Egins.............. 404 14 2 1759 32 60000|30000||15000|3000 || 600 || 10 6 || Attic Talent of Gold..... 2428 5 1 . 10555 93 *

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