Roman Denarius

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APHRODITE ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS DENARIUS 193 211 AD
$60.00
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APHRODITE ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS DENARIUS 193 211 AD
$121.50
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APHRODITE ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER ANTONINUS PIUS DENARIUS 138 161 AD
$162.00
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NGC Ancients ROMAN EMPIRE COLOSSEUM HOARD Sept Severus 193 211 AD Denarius F
$167.00
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AD244 Silver Roman Denarius Coin Emperor Philip the Arab + Joy Goddess Laetitia
$179.99
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APHRODITE ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS DENARIUS 193 211 AD
$141.75
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APHRODITE ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER VESPASIAN DENARIUS 76 AD
$364.50
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APHRODITE ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER CARACALLA DENARIUS 198 217 AD
$202.50
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APHRODITE ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER SEVERUS ALEXANDER DENARIUS 222 235 AD
$162.00
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NGC Ancient ROMAN EMPIRE 138 161 AD Antoninus Pius AR Denarius AU STAR 5 5 Grade
$885.00
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APHRODITE ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER JULIA DOMNA DENARIUS 190 220 AD
$100.00
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APHRODITE ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER JULIA MAESA DENARIUS 215 225 AD
$95.00
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Silver Roman Denarius Coin Emperor Philip the Arab + Legionary Dragon AD248
$199.99
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APHRODITE ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER DENARIUS OF NERVA
$769.50
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AD238 Silver Roman Denarius Coin Caesar Emperor Gordian Goddess of Peace Pax
$159.99
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APHRODITE ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER GETA DENARIUS 197 209 AD
$110.00
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SCARCE Ancient ROMAN SILVER FOUREE COIN of NERVA priest tools denarius lituus
$236.00
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APHRODITE ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS DENARIUS 193 211 AD
$95.00
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APHRODITE ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER DENARIUS OF PERTINAX
$931.50
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Aphrodite Gallery ANCIENT ROMAN DENARIUS OF APPIUS CLAUDIUS PULCHER
$175.00
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APHRODITE ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER DENARIUS OF COMMODUS
$445.50
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APHRODITE ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER GETA DENARIUS 198 209 AD
$162.00
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AD 243 Silver Denarius Coin Roman Teenager Emperor Gordian Victory Goddess Nike
$179.99
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NGC Ancient Choice XF ROMAN EMPIRE COLOSSEUM HOARD Maesa 218 224 5 AD Denarius
$290.00
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APHRODITE ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER PAX DENARIUS 32 31 BC
$607.50
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AD240 Silver Roman Emperor Denarius Gordian Goddess Roma w Victory Statue Nike
$279.99
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AD247 Silver Roman Denarius Coin Emperor Philip the Arab + Goddess of Rome
$229.99
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APHRODITE ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER OCTAVIAN DENARIUS 29 27 BC
$607.50
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APHRODITE ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER VESPASIAN DENARIUS 69 79 AD
$348.30
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APHRODITE ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER FLORA DENARIUS C 57 BC
$222.75
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NGC Ancients ROMAN EMPIRE COLOSSEUM HOARD VF Faustina Date 147 175 AD Denarius
$182.00
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Aphrodite Gallery An Ancient Roman Silver Denarius of Domitian 88 BC
$225.00
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APHRODITE ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER CARACALLA DENARIUS 198 217 AD
$202.50
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APHRODITE ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER CARACALLA DENARIUS 198 217 AD
$202.50
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Roman Denarius

Frequently Asked Questions...

What do the various units of currency represent?

The Roman Denarius represented a day's wage. What does exactly one unit of currency - such as the dollar - represent?


Best Answer...

Answer:

According to the Wikipedia article on "dollar":

"In the early days of the United States, the dollar was a defined unit of trade equal to 412.5 grains (26.73 g) of 90% silver."

"Today the closest definition to a dollar comes from the United States code Title 31, Section 5116, paragraph b, subsection 2, "The Secretary [of the Treasury] shall sell silver under conditions the Secretary considers appropriate for at least $1.292929292 a fine troy ounce." However Federal Reserve banks are only prejudiced to deliver tax credits instead of money. The silver content of U.S. coinage was mostly removed in 1965 and the dollar essentially became a baseless free-floating fiat currency;"

According to the Wikipedia article on fiat:

"Fiat money is a form of money backed by the good credit of the issuing authority, which could be a government, bank, or other organization. The value of the money is based primarily on the faith that the money will remain relatively stable in value, continue to be accepted as a means of exchange, and will be accepted by creditors."

If Roman Denarius $64, Silver $530 / oz, $38 / Silver Dime.