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How many morgen [South Africa] in 1 carucate? The answer is 56.729310143574. We assume you are converting between morgen [South Africa] and carucate. You can view more details on each measurement unit: morgen [South Africa] or carucate The SI derived unit for area is the square meter. 1 square meter is equal to 0.00011672697560406 morgen [South Africa], or 2.0576131687243E-6 carucate. Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results. Use this page to learn how to convert between morgens and carucates. Type in your own numbers in the form to convert the units!
1 morgen [South Africa] to carucate = 0.01763 carucate
10 morgen [South Africa] to carucate = 0.17628 carucate
20 morgen [South Africa] to carucate = 0.35255 carucate
30 morgen [South Africa] to carucate = 0.52883 carucate
40 morgen [South Africa] to carucate = 0.7051 carucate
50 morgen [South Africa] to carucate = 0.88138 carucate
100 morgen [South Africa] to carucate = 1.76276 carucate
200 morgen [South Africa] to carucate = 3.52551 carucate
You can do the reverse unit conversion from carucate to morgen [South Africa], or enter any two units below:
unit of land area slightly more than two acres
The carucate was both a unit of assessment and a peasant landholding unit found in most of the Danelaw counties. The word derives from caruca, Latin for a plough. In the Domesday Book the carucate was a nominal 120 acres (490,000 m²), based on the area a plough team could till in a year. It is equivalent to the hide, the measurement of land for tax assessment used outside Danelaw counties. A quarter of a hide was known as a virgate.
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