Denarii


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DENARII. An ancient general term for any sort of pecunia numerata, or ready money. The French use the word denier in the same sense: payer de ses propres deniers.

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Ademas de las dos noticias iniciales, el unico segmento que podria proceder de las Etimologias es el que se refiere a la equivalencia entre la dracma, el denarius uictorialis y las siliquae (et est pondus denarii uictorialis argentei, qui pensat siliquas XVIIIto).
A Roman pot containing 1,146 silver denarii coins was found by a metal detector in a field in Edge Hill in the county in 2008.
Well I couldnae mind and nae wonder, as it's Latin for librae, solidi, denarii.
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20 a gallon for petrol and by default one or two denarii more for diesel.
He recently commented: 'I am not antiantoniniani, but my interests lie primarily with denarii, sestertii, and the gold aurei and solidi.
The 1,141 silver Denarii coins, the earliest dating from 206-195BC, were discovered in Stratford, Warwickshire, in July last year.
Amateur metal detecting enthusiast Keith Bennett stumbled upon 1,141 Roman denarii, or silver coins, in farmer Peter Turner's field, near Stratford, last July.
In Roman times, a pound of lavender flowers would cost about 100 denarii, which was about a month's wages for a farm laborer.
Unless you send me something, I will lose what I have given as a down payment, and will be embarrassed, so I ask you: send me some denarii as soon as possible," it says.
The author has published a similar book for ancient Rome entitled Ancient Rome on 5 Denarii a Day (reviewed below).