The obol (ancient Greek: ὀβολός obolos, literally `spit, iron rod` plural: ὀβολοί oboloí; hence also obolus, obolos) was an ancient silver coin. In Classical Athens, there were six obols to the drachma (literally `handful`); it could be exchanged for eight chalkoi (χαλκοί `copper pieces`). Two obols made a diobol...Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Obol_(coin)
Obol is a high-level security protocol programming language at the Computer Science department of the University of Tromsø. It is essentially executable BAN logic, i.e. it attempts to move the protocol implementation effort closer to the abstraction level where security protocols are analyzed. Thus it deals as little...Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Obol_(programming_language)
A small ancient Greek silver coin (worth 1/6 of a drachma).
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Greek coin, one sixth of a drachma, divided into 8 chalkoiFound on http://www.reshafim.org.il/ad/egypt/glossary.htm
Greek denomination equal to one-sixth drachma.
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