ternale

In Avignon, 14th century, a unit of mass, = ¹⁄₃ oncie, about 10 grams, if the writer below is dealing in the once esterlin or once poids de marc.

Angliolo di Bonaiuto e chopagni deone avere ... per ij oncie e j ternale di frangia di seta azurra per s.xv l'oncia ... £j s.xj d.x

2 oncia and 1 ternale of frangia of blue silk at 15 soldi per oncia...1 lira 11 soldi 10 denari. [But 31 10/12 soldi divided by 15 is 2.12 oncia, not 2¹⁄₃.]

A Florentine writing in Avignon, 1369.
Archivio Datini. Reg
. 18.
As quoted in Edler, page 294.

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