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Canna (unit)

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Canna (unit)

Canna (pl. canne; proper meaning in Italian: Cane) was an ancient Italian unit of length, which differed from place to place.

  • Capua: 2.1768707 m (9th – 15th centuries)
  • Republic of Genoa: 2.49095 m
  • Kingdom of Naples:
  • canna: 2.1163952 m (edict of 6 April 1480)
  • canna: 2.6455026 m (law of 6 April 1840)
  • field surveying canna: 6.998684 m² (law of 6 April 1840)
  • Romagna: 1.9928 m
  • Sicily: 2.062 m
  • Tuscany
  • field surveying canna, a.k.a. 5 "braccia" long "pertica": 2.9183 m
  • canna (fabric): 0.58366 m
  • Rome
  • canna (architecture): 2.234 m
  • commercial canna: 1.992 m
  • Teramo: 3.17 m
  • Malta: 2.08 m (2 yd, 10 in)
  • References

    Canna (unit) Wikipedia


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