Bible Weights and Measures

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Lengths
Item English Europe Scripture
Finger 0.73 inches 1.85 centimeters Jeremiah 52.21
Handbreadth (4 fing.) 2.92 inches 7.4 centimeters Exodus 25:25
Span 9 inches 22.86 centimeters Exodus 28:16
Cubit 18 inches 45.72 centimeters Matthew 6:27
Long Cubit 20.4 inches 51.9 centimeters Ezekiel 40:5
Fathom 6 feet 1.829 meters Acts 27:28
Reed (6 cubits) 8.75 feet 2.73 meters Ezekiel 40:5
Furlong 1/8 mi. 660 feet 201.2 meters Revelation 14:20
Stadion 697 feet 185.4 meters Luke 24:13
Sabbath day's journey 3/5 mile 0.9656 kilometers Acts 1:12
Day's journey 20 miles 32.19 kilometers 1 Kings 19:4

Weights
Item English Europe Scripture
Gerah 1/50 ounce 0.567 grams Ezekiel 45:12
Bekah (10 gerahs) 1/5 ounce 5.67 grams Genesis 24:22
Pim (2/3 shekel) 1/3 ounce 9.45 grams 1 Samuel 13.21
Shekel (2 bekahs) 2/5 ounce 11.34 grams Exodus 30:23
Mina (50 shekels) 1.25 pounds 0.567 kg. Ezra 2:69
Talent (60 minas) 75 pounds 34.02 kg. Ezra 8:26

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Biblical Unit Equivalent to Comments Bible Examples
Bath = 1 ephah
= 22 liters
= 5.8 U.S. Gallons
Used as one of the measures for liquids. The equivalence values are based on the Old Testament use of bath as a liquid measurement. 1Kings 7:26; Isaiah 5:10; Eze. 45:11
Cubit = 43 to 53 centimeters
= 17 to 21 inches U.S.
Very common Biblical measure of length. Cubits are based on the distance between the tip of the middle finger and the elbow. Genesis 6:13-16; Matthew 6:27; Luke 12:25
Ephah = 10 omers
= .62 bushels
= 22 liters
= 20 dry quarts U.S.
Used as a dry measure. Exodus 16:36; 1Samuel 17:17
Farthing = 2 mites
= 1/4th of a cent U.S.
Used as a measure of money in the New Testament. Matthew 5:26; 10:29; Mark 12:42
Gerah = 1/20th of a Shekel
= .57 grams
= .02 ounces U.S.
One of the common weights used. Used also as a sum of money. It is the smallest weight and smallest piece of money used among Hebrews. Leviticus 27:25; Numbers 3:47
Hin = 1/6th of a Bath
= 3.7 liters
= 1 Gallon U.S.
Used as a measurement of liquids. Exodus 29:40; 30:24; Numbers 15:4


Biblical Unit Equivalent to Comments Bible Examples
Homer
(Cor)
Dry Measure

= 10 Ephahs
= 211 liters
= 6 bushels U.S.

Liquid Measure

= 10 Baths
= 220 liters
= 58 Gallons U.S.
One of the common measures that can be used for dry or liquid volume. Ezekiel 45:11, 13-14
Mina = 50 shekels
= 1/60th talent
= 567 grams
= 1.26 pounds U.S.
Used as a measure of weight and sum of money. Ezra 2:69; Ezekiel 45:12
Mite = 1/2 Roman quadran
= 1/2 farthing
= 1/8th of a cent U.S.
Used as a measure of money in the New Testament. The Greek word means the smallest bronze of copper coin used. Luke 12:59; 21:2
Omer = 1/10 ephah
= 2.2 dry liters
= 2 dry quarts U.S.
Used as a dry measure. The original language word from which we get Omer is also sometimes translated as the English word sheaf. A sheaf was considered a quantity of grain big enough to bundle. Exodus 16:22; Exodus 32-33, 36
Penny = 16 cents U.S. Used as a measure of money. The word is translated pence or pennyworth in the New Testament. Matthew 18:28; 20:2, 9; Mark 6:37; 14:5
Pound Weight
= 100 shekels

Money
= 100 Roman denarii
= 100 Greek drachmas
= $16.00 U.S.
One of the common Biblical weights that is also used for money. 1Kings 10:17; Ezra 2:29; Luke 19:13,16,18
Sabbath day
journey
= 2,000 cubits
= .91 Kilometers
= 1,000 yards U.S.
A Sabbath day's journey, according to Jewish tradition, was the maximum allowable distance one could travel on the Sabbath and not violate the law. Acts 1:12; Joshua 3:4
Shekel = 20 gerahs
= 11.4 grams
= .4 ounces U.S.
Used as a measure of weight and money. Genesis 23:15-16; Exodus 21:32; 30:13; Ezekiel 45:12
Span = 1/2 cubit
= 22.8 centimeters
= 9 inches U.S.
Used as a measure of length. A span is the width of a spread out human hand from the tip of the thumb to the tip of the pinky finger. Exodus 28:16; 1Samuel 17:4; Ezekiel 43:13
Talent = 3,000 shekels
= 60 minas
= 34.3 kilograms
= 75 U.S. pounds
One of the common Biblical weights that is also used for money. Exodus 38:24-29; 1Kings 9:14; Matthew 18:24; Revelation 16:21