ḥḳ3t

In ancient Egypt, a unit of dry capacity, about 4.8 liters (about 5 U.S. quarts). Also romanized as hq3t.

for further information

Corinna Rossi.
Architecture and Mathematics in Ancient Egypt.
Cambridge (UK): Cambridge University Press, 2007.

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