Definition of Rotls
1. rotl [n] - See also: rotl
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Literary usage of Rotls
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Sinai, the Hedjaz, and Soudan: Wanderings Around the Birth-place of the by James Hamilton (1857)
"I have called the cantar equal to 98 Ibs., which is in fact the cantar of commerce in general, equal to 100 Egyptian rotls, but in this trade the price of ..."
2. Travels and Discoveries in North and Central Africa: Being a Journal of an by Heinrich Barth (1896)
"... there are shirts of all kinds and sizes, from the "dora," the coarsest and smallest one, quite unfit for use, and worth six rotls, up to the large ones, ..."
3. Travels in Africa During the Years 1875[-1886] by Wilhelm Junker (1890)
"... good quality, but small tusks, each weighing about 15 rotls (100 ... Bahr, weighing from five to ten rotls, or two or three to the load. 5. ..."
4. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"Its approximate weight is 315 rolls for wheat and maize, 320 rolls for beans, 250 rolls for barley and 260 rotls for cotton seed. ..."
5. The Secret of the Sahara: Kufara by Rosita Torr Forbes (1921)
"... for three rotls (one pound). Practically no other produce is sold. The owners of the gardens keep their vegetables for themselves. ..."