juft

In the Ilkhannid kingdom (present-day Iran), 13th – 14th centuries, a taxation unit of land. It was not a geometric area, but a variable area that would owe a certain amount of tax. Typically about 6 to 7 hectares.

Ilya Pavlovich Petrushevskii.
Feodalnoe khozyaystvo Rashid ad-dina.

Pages 90-93.

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