Daroca, Spain
units of capacity, 18ᵗʰ century

           

cahiz

         

fanega

4

   

media fanega or robo

2

8

     

quartal

2

4

16

   

quartilla

4

8

16

64

 

almud

6

12

24

96

liters*

1.9

2.89

11.6

23.2

46.3

185.2 

* taking the mid-18ᵗʰ century Castillian celemin as 4.63 liters.

sources

En Daroca, y su Partido se nombran las Mensuras Cahices, Fanegas, Medias Fanegas, (ó Robos) Quartales, Quartillas, y Almudes. El Cahiz se compone de 4. Fanegas, (ù 8. Medias) cada Fanega de 4 Quartales, y cada Quartal de 4. Quartillas, ò 6. Almudes.

El citado Cahiz corresponde à 40. Celemines Castellanos.

In Daroca and its subdivisions, the measures are called cahices, fanegas, medias fanegas (or robos), quartales, quartillas, and almudes. The cahiz consists of 4 fanegas (or 8 medias); each fanega of 4 quartales, and each quartal of 4 quartillas or 6 almudes.

The aforementioned cahiz is equivalent to 40 Castillian celemines.

Diego de Guardamino.
Prontario y Claves de las Correspondencias, que, entre si, tienen las Monedas, Medidas de Garnos, de Palmos, y Peso sutil de Castilla…
Madrid: Antonio Marin, 1757.
Page 40.

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