The most important part of this second excerpt from the document on land measures is the one specifically related to conversion tables of new and old land measures. Besides, in many parts of the document, there is specific reference to the "decree of April 6, 1840", a decree in which Moggio, an agrarian measure of the time, was subdivided in one thousand square palms. From what can be understood from the manuscript, this type of measure was not standardized in all the regions. In fact the Neapolitan Moggio was subdivided in smaller multiples different from those used in Teramo. The details of different subdivisions in even smaller multiples of land measurements is substantiated in other documents of the same period: for instance, to measure a land in Montelapiano it was necessary, for those that came from Fallo, to use a conversion table since the units of land measure, even though with the same name in both towns, had different submultiples.