Money in the late Roman Republic.9789004156494
Money in the late Roman Republic.
Hollander, David B.
Columbia studies in the classical tradition; 29
Hollander (history, Iowa State U.) has here extensively revised his dissertation Roman Money in the Late Republic, submitted to Columbia University in 2002, since which time a few passages have slipped out into separate publication. He investigates the nature and use of money from the creation of the denarius de·nar·i·us
n. pl. de·nar·i·i
1. An ancient Roman silver coin.
2. An ancient Roman gold coin valued at 25 silver denarii. system during the Second Punic War Parameter not given Error...
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1. Bachelor of Chemical Engineering
2. Bachelor of Civil Engineering
Abbreviation for before the Common Era. , in order to clarify the development of the Roman economy during this period of rapid imperial expansion and increased wealth. His concern is not just coins, but the entire system of wealth and exchange, including financial instruments and pecuniary Monetary; relating to money; financial; consisting of money or that which can be valued in money.
pecuniary adj. relating to money, as in "pecuniary loss. assets.
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