a historical Persian product of distance, usually approximated at 3.5 miles (5.6 kilometers).
A historical Iranian device of itinerant distance used through the entire Western Mediterranean as well as the center East in antiquity. Functionally similar to the European league, and presumed having varied between two and four miles.
A Persian way of measuring size, which, in accordance with Herodotus and Xenophon, ended up being thirty stadia, or notably over three . 5 kilometers. The measure diverse in various times and locations, and, as now utilized, is calculated at from three and a half to four English miles.
A Persian measure of length, reckoned by Herodotus at 30 stadia, and thus equivalent to about English miles. At different occuring times and places, however, the parasang happens to be equal to 30, 40, or 60 Greek stadia.