moggio

1

In Italy, southern France, the Levant, Turkey, a unit of dry capacity

19th century according to Doursther (1840)
Locale   Capacity in liters
Corfu and Paxos, Greek islands   168.42 (Commercially, 5 Winchester bushels were accepted as a moggio.)
Ferrara = 20 staje = 80 quarti = 160 quartini 625.88
Florence and Livorno = 8 sacchi = 24 staji = 48 mine = 96 quarti = 384 metadelle = 768 mezzette = 1536 quartucci = 3072 bussoli 584.62
Grossetto in Toscany   553.20
Ithaca = 5 bacili (1 bacili = 1 Winchester bushel) 176.18
Milan = 8 staji = 16 starelli =32 quartari = 128 metà = 512 quartini 146.23
Padua = 12 staje = 48 quartaruole 347.80
Venice = 4 staji = 16 quarti = 64 quartaroli 333.25

[in Florence] Grano e altre biade vi si vendono a moggia che un moggio è staia ventiquattro rase e pesa lo staio lib. j once liiij

In Florence grain and other fodder is sold by the moggio, which is 24 stricken staia and weighs 1 libbra 54 oncia????? 

Chiarini, 1481.

2

In Avignon, 14th century, a unit of liquid capacity for wine, about @ liters.

Qui è grande carestia di vino d'ongni partte, perchè v'è pocho; valci il mogio di qui f.36 in f.38 d'oro coretti, che sono ij 1/3 boti di mena.

Here is a great dearth of wine from any location, because there is little, the value of a moggio is 36 to 38 gold florins coretti, which is for 2 1/3 botte di mena.

A Florentine writing in Avignon, 1391.
Archivio Datini. Cart Florence. As quoted in Edler, page 187.

3

In Mantua, ? – 19th centuries, a unit of liquid capacity for oil, about 111.36 liters, weighing 101 kilograms.

Doursther (1840), page 235.

4

A unit of agricultural land area, a seed measure of land in concept based on the unit of dry capacity.

19th century according to Doursther (1840)
Locale   Area in
square meters
Alexandrie-de-la-Paille
in the Piedmont
  3142.43
grand moggio 4713.65
Casale in the Piedmont   3238.62
Ionian Islands   9673.63
Naples   3475.49
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