jlueke Posted December 11, 2005 Report Share Posted December 11, 2005 I've had two of these books for a while. They are nice intro books for those just getting into ancients and there's a few tables anyone can reference (such as denominations and rulers). To win, post the best answer to the following The minor denominations of the early Roman Imperial Period were Sestertius (4 to a denarius), Dupondius (8 to a denarius) and As (16 to a denarius). Even though the Dupondius was worth twice as much as an As the coins often weighed the same. Why? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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