passo

1

In Libya, 20th century link to a chart showing relationships between Portuguese units of length, a unit of distance, = 1 meter, used in measuring land.

2

In Portugal, a unit of length, ? – 19th centuries, about 1.65 meters. link to a table of Portuguese units of length

3

In Brazil link to a map showing the location of Brazil, a unit of length, about 1.65 meters (about 1.80 yards).

4

In Italy, before 1840, a unit of length, varying with location:

Locale Equivalents Meters
Bologne = 5 piedi 1.90050
Florence = 3 bracci = 6 palmi 1.75080
Naples = 7½ palmi 1.96511
Rome = 5 piedi 1.48950
Trieste = 5 piedi 1.59036
Venice = 5 piedi 1.73868
pas agraire = 4 piedi 0.68475

sources

Come base delle misure agrarie, oltre al Passo ordinario di 7 Palmi, si usavano pure Passi di Palmi 5½, 6, 6¹⁄₆, 6¼ 6¹⁄₃, 6½, 6²⁄₃, 7½.

Tavole 1877, speaking of the province and circondario of Bari delle Puglie
Page 79.

5

In the province of Ascoli Piceno in Italy, ? – 19th century, the passo da legname, a unit of area used for lumber, about 3.1947 square meters.

Tavole (1877), page 59.

6

In the province of Ascoli Piceno in Italy, ? – 19th century, units of volume used in expressing amounts of work in various trades: passo da legna, 2.855069 cubic meters; passo da pietra, 1.427534 cubic meters; passo da muro (building walls), 1.784418  cubic meters.

Tavole (1877), page 59.

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