trabucco camerale [Italian]

1

In Sardinia, ? – 19th centuries, a unit of volume used in making masonry walls. It is not a cubic trabucco, but a volume with a square base 1 trabucco on a side, and a height of 2 palmi.

trabucco camerale

piede di trabucco

6

oncia di trabucco

12

72

punto di trabucco

12

144

10368

atomo di trabucco camerale

12

144

20,736

214,990,848

500
cubic cm

6000
cubic cm

72,000
cubic cm

0.867
cubic meters

5.200
cubic meters

Tavole di Ragguaglio dei Pesi e delle Misure … Edizione Ufficiale.
Rome: Stamperia Reale, 1877.
Pages 133 and 668.

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In the parts of Italy that used the trabucco piemontese (about 3.086 meters), the trabucco camerale da muro was a quantity of masonry work with a base of 1 square trabucco and a height of 10 once, = 6 × 6 × ¹⁰⁄₁₂ = 30 cubic piede. Before 1818, 4.068342 cubic meters. After 1818, 4.083499 cubic meters. Relevant areas include Asti, Alessandria, Cuneo, Biella, Vercelli, Turin, Ivrea, Pinerolo and Susa.

Tavole di Ragguaglio dei Pesi e delle Misure … Edizione Ufficiale.
Rome: Stamperia Reale, 1877.
Pages 10, 24, 268, 468, 479, 702, 708, 712, and 717.

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