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The uncia (plural: unciae) was a Roman unit of length, weight, and volume. It survived as the Byzantine liquid ounce (Greek: ουγγία, oungía) and the origin of the English inch, ounce, and liquid ounce.
The Roman ounce was 1⁄12 of a Roman pound.
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