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Monetary supply in Noricum
mes and oboloi) were also used in the Roman coins of the Republic, as the coin finds in this city show.
Introduction - Prospect Books
use the official name; two Greek oboloi) could be regarded as a daily wage ( Crawford the drachma (6 oboloi) of many of the Greek cities of Italy.
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towel 3 drachmai 3 oboloi.15. The price of copies of early Christian texts cannot be 16.
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Sie waren auch die ersten Kaufleute. Geldeinheiten Griechenland: 1 Chalkos. 1 Obolos = 8 Chalkoi.
Distortional Hardening within a Cubic Yield Theory
obolo<I>ek, Uspechi Mechaniki, 8, (1985), 3-38. 7. Phillips, A.

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Musicisti, scrittori, videomaker, disegnatori, ecc. avranno la possibilità di farsi conoscere grazie ad un sito web professionale senza dover spendere l'ennesimo obolo.
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Per il primo anno non dovranno pagare l'obolo i contratti già stipulati con i tour operator. Se poi il cliente si rifiuterà di pagare la tassa lo dovrà comunicare e l'importo non incassato, non sarà a carico dell'albergo.

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Obolus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Above: Six rod-shaped obeloi (oboloi) displayed at the Numismatic Museum of Athens, Below: grasp of six oboloi forming one drachma, i.e. a "handful".
oboloi - Wiktionary
oboloi. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search Retrieved from "http://en.
Ancient Greek Money and Coins
obolos (pl. oboloi) (lat.
money - obeloi, oboloi - Greek, World, Coinage, Roman, Value, and
The Use of Obeliskoi
Svoronos understood that the oboloi found at the Heraion were ox-goads, and this notion was repeated by the numismatist Kurt Regling.

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