... therefore that the value which I have adopted of 67'2 English grains is as nearly accurate as it is now possible to determine. The convenience of this value is very great ; for it is not only a finite fraction itself, but it is continually divisible... THE NUMISMATIC CHRONICLE AND JOURNAL OF THE NUMISMATIC SOCIETY. - Seite 192von W. S. W. VAUX, M..A., F.R.S., JOHN EVANS, F.R.S., F.S.A., F.G.S., AND BARCLAY V. HEAD - 1873Vollansicht - Über dieses Buch
| 1873
...66-69 Mean of 11 = 67-21 English grains. NUMISMATIC CHRONICLE. 67 grains to the drachma. I helieve **therefore that the value which I have adopted of 67'2...the following multiples and divisions of the drachma** : — * At the Borrell sale there was sold a Jiemiololimi of Athens weighing 5'7 grains. 1 2 3 4 5... | |
| 1873
...only a finite fraction itself, but it is continually divisible by 2, as a finite fraction, down to 0'7 **of a grain, or one-sixteenth of an obolus. It also...drachma : — 4 At the Borrell sale there was sold a** Jiemiobolion of Athens .-, weighing 5-7 grains. 6 There are two specimens of the Tetartobolion in the... | |
| John Yonge Akerman, Sir John Evans, William Sandys Wright Vaux, Frederic William Madden, Barclay Vincent Head, Herbert Appold Grueber, Edward James Rapson, Oliver Codrington, Sir George Francis Hill, George Cyril Brooke - 1873
...only a finite fraction itself, but it is continually divisible by 2, as a finite fraction, down to 0-7 **of a grain, or one-sixteenth of an obolus. It also...English money. The gold coin of Alexander was the** staler, a piece of 2 Attic drachmas in weight, or 134'4 grains, and the counterpart of the Persian... | |
| Sir Alexander Cunningham - 1891 - 118 Seiten
...It makes the Attic talent equal to 57'6 English pounds, wit i a finite fraction. At the same time it **makes other talents equally compact, and therefore readily convertible into English money. The** heaviest of the bronze Lions found at Nineveh has 15 marks on its side, to show that it was 15 mdnas,... | |
| 1873
...a finite fraction, down to 0'7 of a grain, or one-sixteenth of an obolus. It also gives the wJiole **number of 112 grains for 10 oboli, and fixes the Phoenician...drachma : — 4 At the Borrell sale there was sold a** lienriobolion of Athens weighing 5'7 grains. ATTIC SILVER. 1 I Dekadraehmon 2 Tetrad rachmon 3 4 5... | |
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