The gold aureus coin is from the reign of Vitellius, who was emperor for only eight months in AD69, and the silver denarii
coins date from 32-31BC to AD81-96.
For example, Denarii
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The hoard's find spot is only a mile as the crow flies from that of another second century silver hoard found at Monknash in 2000, which compromised 103 denarii
, buried a little earlier, around 150AD.
The water code includes penalties of between 5,000 and 12,500 denarii
, a Roman currency.
It all begins with a stroke of luck for the boys - they win 100 denarii
each after gambling on a race, which gives Stylax the confidence to embark on a new career as a charioteer, while Marcus' cash goes on more romantic pursuits.
However, as ever in football finance, things are never as clear-cut as they seem and we are a long way from a scenario where Demarai equals denarii
A denarius bore the image of Caesar, who demanded denarii
Uncomfortable, I'd wager - after all, he's old enough to have gone to school with Pythagoras and probably remembered he still owes him five denarii
Line Item Denarii
* Revenue 1 Booty 109,500,000 2 Indemnities ** 152,100,000 3 Provincial Tithes 130,000,000 4 Spanish Mines 50,000,000 5 Citizen Tax (Abolished 167 B.
However, they also looked to the future and the new Ptolemaic Empire that they were in the process of creating by utilising either familiar symbols in a new way, or entirely new symbols in a familiar way; one example of this is found in the series of silver denarii
and tetradrachms issued after the Donations of Alexandria which bear Cleopatra and the legend REGINAE REGVM FILIORVM REGVM CLEOPATRAE on the obverse and Antonius and the legend ANTONI ARMENIA DEVICTA on the reverse.
Hec Dragma est octaua unciae est et constat scripulis pars unciae, denarii
pondus tribus <id est> constans scripulis argenti, tribus lentis granis tribus, id est constans scripulis, XLVIII.
However, this same servant took no pity on someone who owed him the tiny (by comparison) sum of 100 denarii
equalled one talent).