What was ancient Roman currency called?


Ancient Roman Currency was made of coins such as aureus, denarius, sestertius and dupondius. These coins were made from gold, silver, bronze and copper. These coins were made in mints that were located in various places in the country and were known as moneta.
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Ancient Roman Currency was the bronze coin called an AS. There was also a gold coin in circulation, the Aureus that had a fixed value of 25 Denarii. A Sestertius, another bronze coin, was worth four Asses.
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