In Cyprus, 20th century¹, a unit of dry capacity used for grains and pulses, by a law enacted 20 May 1890 (No. XI., 1890)² = 8 imperial gallons (an imperial bushel) or approximately 36.369 liters.

1. United Nations, 1966.

2. Henry J. Chaney.
Our Weights and Measures. A Practical Treatise on the Standard Weights and Measures in use in the British Empire...
London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1897.

Page 42.


In Libya, 20th century (UN 1966), a unit of capacity, = 36 liters.

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