(from the article `coin`) ...and copper. The old coin, called dinar (from the Aramaic derivation of the Roman denarius aureus), derived its standard (4.25 grams) from the ...
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Dirham or dirhem (درهم) is a unit of currency in several Arab or Berber nations, and formerly the related unit of mass (the Ottoman dram) in the Ottoman Empire and Persian states. The name derives from the Greek currency drachma or didrachm (2 drachmae). ==Currency units== The currency units include: ==Unit of mass== Known to the Romans as a d
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The Dirham is the currency of Morocco and the United Arab Emirates.
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