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How many square cubit in 1 carucate? The answer is 2325004.6500093.
We assume you are converting between square cubit and carucate.
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The SI derived unit for area is the square meter.
1 square meter is equal to 4.7839601852043 square cubit, or 2.0576131687243E-6 carucate.
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›› Definition: Carucate

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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