A number of different
units of measurement were used in Cyprus to measure quantities like length, mass, area and capacity. Before the Metric system, the British system was used. In between 1972-1974, metric system was adopted in Cyprus.
Units used with British system
A number of units were used with British system.
One pic is equal to 2 foot (0.6096 m) as an accepted equivalence.
A number of units were used to measure mass. One
oke (Uqqa ) was equal to 2.8 pounds avoirdupois (1.27006 kg) as an accepted equivalent.   One moosa (hundredweight) was equal to 50.700 kg as an accepted equivalent.  Some other units and the accepted equivalents are provided below:  
1 drachme =
1 rottolo = 0.44 oke
stone = 5 oke
kantar = 44 oke  
1 kantar (Aleppo) = 180 oke
ton = 800 oke.
Several units were used to measure area. One donum was equal to 1600 yard
2 (1337.8 m 2) and one scala was equal to one donum, as an accepted equivalent. 
A number of units were used to measure capacity. Following is providing the accepted equivalents to some of units:
1 oke = 1.27855 l
1 cass = 4.73 l
kile (bushel) = 36.368 l
medimno = 75.05 l
1 kartos = 4 oke
1 kouza = 8 oke
1 gomari = 128 oke (used for grain too
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