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Wednesday Word: Congius

Congius - noun.

A congius (plural, congii is an Ancient Roman unit of liquid measurement. Today it's about the equivalent of 3.48 litres or 0.92 US gallons.

1/6th of a congius is called a sextarius. For more fun obsolete units of measurements, click here!.
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