Convert Pé (Old Portuguese) to Dōron (δῶρον) (Ancient Greek)

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Old Portuguese
dōron (δῶρον)
Ancient Greek

This page features online conversion from to dōron (δῶρον). These units belong to different measurement systems. The first one is from Old Portuguese. The second one is from Ancient Greek.

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Other Units the Values Above Are Equal To

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We only include several basic units here for you to convert historical units to contemporary ones. A more comprehensive list of metric units is available on the main length conversion page.
pé to kilometer (km)
pé to meter (m)
pé to centimeter (cm)
pé to millimeter (mm)
Units: kilometer (km)  / meter (m)  / centimeter (cm)  / millimeter (mm)
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The American System of Measures (US Customary Units)

We only include several basic units here for you to convert historical units to contemporary ones. A more comprehensive list of U.S. units is available on the main length conversion page.
pé to mile (mi)
pé to yard (yd)
pé to inch (in)
Units: mile (mi)  / yard (yd)  / foot (ft)  / inch (in)
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Ancient Egypt

It might be hard to imagine, but these units dates back to 3100 BC. Egyptian people used them 5000 years ago. These units are distant ancestors of US customary units used today.
pé to iteru (river measure)
pé to knet (rod of cord)
pé to nbiw (pole)
pé to meh niswt (royal cubit)
pé to meh nedjes (short cubit)
pé to remen
pé to djeser, bu
pé to pedj-aa (large span)
pé to pedj-sheser (small span)
pé to amem (fist)
pé to deret (hand)
pé to shesep (palm)
pé to djeba (finger)
Units: iteru (river measure)  / knet (rod of cord)  / nbiw (pole)  / meh niswt (royal cubit)  / meh nedjes (short cubit)  / remen  / djeser, bu  / pedj-aa (large span)  / pedj-sheser (small span)  / amem (fist)  / deret (hand)  / shesep (palm)  / djeba (finger)
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Ancient Greek

The values of Greek units varied according to location and epoch. Relative proportions though were generally the same. Greek measures were in general derived from measurement system of Ancient Egypt.
pé to schoinos (σχοινός)
pé to parasanges (παρασάγγες, league)
pé to dolichos (δόλιχος)
pé to milion (μίλιον)
pé to hippikon (ἱππικόν)
pé to diaulos (δίαυλος)
pé to στάδιον, stadion
pé to stadium olympic
pé to stadium attic
pé to stadium ptolemey
pé to plethron (πλέθρον)
pé to hamma (ἅμμα)
pé to dekapous (δεκάπους)
pé to akaina (ἄκαινα)
pé to kalamos (κάλαμος)
pé to orgyia (ὄργυια, fathom)
pé to diploun bēma (διπλοῦν βῆμα, double pace)
pé to haploun bēma (ἁπλοῦν βῆμα, single pace)
pé to pēchys (πῆχυς, elbow)
pé to pygōn (πυγών)
pé to pygmē (πυγμή, forearm)
pé to pous (πούς, foot)
pé to spithamē (σπιθαμή, span of all fingers)
pé to orthodōron (ὀρθόδωρον, wrist to the tip of meddle finger)
pé to lichas (λιχάς)
pé to hemipodion (ἡμιπόδιον)
pé to dichas (διχάς, midfoot)
pé to dōron (δῶρον)
pé to palaiste (παλαιστή, palm)
pé to kondylos (κόνδυλος, two fingers)
pé to daktylos (δάκτυλος, finger)
Units: schoinos (σχοινός)  / parasanges (παρασάγγες, league)  / dolichos (δόλιχος)  / milion (μίλιον)  / hippikon (ἱππικόν)  / diaulos (δίαυλος)  / στάδιον, stadion  / stadium olympic  / stadium attic  / stadium ptolemey  / plethron (πλέθρον)  / hamma (ἅμμα)  / dekapous (δεκάπους)  / akaina (ἄκαινα)  / kalamos (κάλαμος)  / orgyia (ὄργυια, fathom)  / diploun bēma (διπλοῦν βῆμα, double pace)  / haploun bēma (ἁπλοῦν βῆμα, single pace)  / pēchys (πῆχυς, elbow)  / pygōn (πυγών)  / pygmē (πυγμή, forearm)  / pous (πούς, foot)  / spithamē (σπιθαμή, span of all fingers)  / orthodōron (ὀρθόδωρον, wrist to the tip of meddle finger)  / lichas (λιχάς)  / hemipodion (ἡμιπόδιον)  / dichas (διχάς, midfoot)  / dōron (δῶρον)  / palaiste (παλαιστή, palm)  / kondylos (κόνδυλος, two fingers)  / daktylos (δάκτυλος, finger)
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Ancient Roman

Roman length units were very well defined. The value of the base unit pes (foot) was discovered by John Greaves in 1639 after he made a lot of measurements in the ruins of Rome. Since then we know that the value of one pes was between 0.967 and 0.986 English feet. An accepted modern value is 296 mm. For most Roman units below we give an English equivalent in parentheses.
pé to schœnus (rush rope)
pé to leuga (league)
pé to mille passus (mile)
pé to stadium (stade, furlong)
pé to actus
pé to decempeda
pé to pertica (perch)
pé to passus (pace)
pé to pes sestertius
pé to gradus (step)
pé to cubitus (cubit)
pé to palmipes
pé to pes (foot)
pé to palmus major (palm length)
pé to palmus (palm width)
pé to uncia (inch)
pé to pollex (thumb)
pé to digitus (finger)
Units: schœnus (rush rope)  / leuga (league)  / mille passus (mile)  / stadium (stade, furlong)  / actus  / decempeda  / pertica (perch)  / passus (pace)  / pes sestertius  / gradus (step)  / cubitus (cubit)  / palmipes  / pes (foot)  / palmus major (palm length)  / palmus (palm width)  / uncia (inch)  / pollex (thumb)  / digitus (finger)
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pé to cubit
pé to span
pé to handbreadth
pé to etzbah
Units: cubit  / span  / handbreadth  / etzbah
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Old Spanish

In various provinces of Spain diferent variations of units were used. The conversions below use Castilian system. Although most of these units are now obsolete, some can still be used today in the countries of Latin America.
pé to legua de por grado (league of the degree)
pé to legua marina (nautical)
pé to legua
pé to milla marina (nautical)
pé to milla
pé to cuerda of Valencia
pé to cuerda
pé to estadal
pé to braza
pé to paso
pé to vara
pé to codo de ribera
pé to codo
pé to pie
pé to palmo
pé to coto
pé to pulgada
pé to linea
pé to punto
Units: legua de por grado (league of the degree)  / legua marina (nautical)  / legua  / milla marina (nautical)  / milla  / cuerda of Valencia  / cuerda  / estadal  / braza  / paso  / vara  / codo de ribera  / codo  / pie  / palmo  / coto  / pulgada  / linea  / punto
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Old Portuguese

These units were used in Portugal, Brazil and other countries of the Portuguese Empire until the adoption of the metric system in 19th century.
pé to braça
pé to toesa
pé to passo geométrico
pé to vara
pé to côvado
pé to pé
pé to palmo de craveira
pé to polegada
pé to linha
pé to ponto
Units: braça  / toesa  / passo geométrico  / vara  / côvado  /  / palmo de craveira  / polegada  / linha  / ponto
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Old French

There were many local variations; the following are Quebec and Paris definitions
pé to lieue commune
pé to lieue marine
pé to lieue de post
pé to lieue metrique
pé to arpent
pé to perche
pé to toise
pé to pied [foot]
pé to pouce [inch]
pé to ligne
Units: lieue commune  / lieue marine  / lieue de post  / lieue metrique  / arpent  / perche  / toise  / pied [foot]  / pouce [inch]  / ligne
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Old Russian

pé to mile
pé to verst
pé to mezhevaya verst
pé to kosaya sazhen
pé to sazhen
pé to makhovaya sazhen
pé to arshin
pé to ell
pé to foot
pé to pyad
pé to vershok
pé to inch
pé to line
Units: mile  / verst  / mezhevaya verst  / kosaya sazhen  / sazhen  / makhovaya sazhen  / arshin  / ell  / foot  / pyad  / vershok  / inch  / line
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Old German (Prussian)

These units were used before adoption of metric system in 1872.
pé to meile
pé to ruthe
pé to elle
pé to fuss
pé to zoll
pé to linie
Units: meile  / ruthe  / elle  / fuss  / zoll  / linie
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Old Austrian

These units were used before adoption of metric system in 1871.
pé to meile
pé to ruthe
pé to klafner
pé to fuss
pé to zoll
pé to linie
pé to punkt
Units: meile  / ruthe  / klafner  / fuss  / zoll  / linie  / punkt
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Old Swedish

Common measurement system was introduced in Sweden by law in 1665. Since then the system was slightly altered twice: in 1735 and 1855. Sweden switched to metric system in 1889.
pé to nymil (new mile, used since 1889 till now)
pé to mil (mile)
pé to fjärdingsväg
pé to rev before 1855
pé to rev after 1855
pé to stång
pé to famn (fanthom)
pé to aln (forealrm)
pé to fot (foot)
pé to kvarter
pé to tvärhand (hand)
pé to tum (thumb or inch) before 1855
pé to tum (thumb or inch) after 1855
pé to linje (line) before 1855
pé to linje (line) after 1855
Units: nymil (new mile, used since 1889 till now)  / mil (mile)  / fjärdingsväg  / rev before 1855  / rev after 1855  / stång  / famn (fanthom)  / aln (forealrm)  / fot (foot)  / kvarter  / tvärhand (hand)  / tum (thumb or inch) before 1855  / tum (thumb or inch) after 1855  / linje (line) before 1855  / linje (line) after 1855

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