chenica, chemica [Farsi]

In Persia and later Iran opens map showing location of Iran, 19 – 20ᵗʰ centuries, a unit of dry capacity, approximately 1.32 liters (about 1.19 U.S. dry quarts). (UN, 1966)


Question: is the chemica (with an M) a dry measure and the other with an n wet or dry??

World map showing the location of Iran, east of the Persian Gulf, south of the Caspian (or Arabian) Sea, and west of Turkmenistan, Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Where is Iran?

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