Metal Monsters: The Biggest Ancient Coins

Metal Monsters: The Biggest Ancient Coins

The coin contained 17.5 grams of silver, which equaled one gram (five siliquae) of gold in value. The regular imperial silver coin of that era, the argenteus, weighed only about 3.5 grams. Constantine's medallions are exactly the weight and size of

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