aureus

Latin, meaning: golden.
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aureus

basic gold monetary unit of ancient Rome and the Roman world. It was first named nummus aureus (`gold money`), or denarius aureus, and was equal to ... [3 related articles]
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Aureus

The Aureus was the first and standard Roman gold coin, issued tentatively about 217 BC and afterwards permanently by Julius Caesar and the Roman emperors, until Constantine substituted the solidus for it.
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Aureus

The solidus was first introduced by Diocletian (r. 284–305) around 301 AD, struck at 60 to the Roman pound of pure gold (and thus weighing about 5.5 g each) and with an initial value equal to 1,000 denarii. However, Diocletian`s solidus was struck only in small quantities, and thus had only minimal economic effect. The solidus was reintroduced ....
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aureus

golden.
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