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χοῖνιξ). A Greek measure of capacity, the size of which is differently given; it was probably of different sizes in the several States. Pollux, Suidas, Cleopatra , and the fragments of Galen make it equal to three cotylae (=1.4866 pint English); another fragment of Galen and other authorities make it equal to four cotylae (=1.9821 pint English); Rhemnius Fannius and another fragment of Galen make it eight cotylae (=3.9641 pints English). The symbol for χοῖνιξ is χν or χοι.

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