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All areas valid worldwide today are based on the metric system Dimensions, In addition, very old area dimensions are still used in many European countries. Most of the hectares in Europe are hectares, most of them are in Anglo-American regions Acres for the size of vineyards common. The old area dimensions used to be based on the use of land. The names or hectare Sizes resulted from work performed - whether a vineyard was dug up, a field sown or plowed, or a meadow mowed. The area that a man could use a spade to dig in a vineyard in one day resulted in a digger. The morning and the yoke corresponded to the size of an arable area that could be plowed over in one morning. A day mowing or man mowing corresponded to the area that a mower managed to mow in one day.

In addition to the workload, sowing and harvesting were also used as criteria for determining the area. In the case of fields, it was the amount of seed specified by a measure (Metzen, Mutt, Star), in meadows it was the yield unit generated (Fuder, hay powder). The area...

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