What Are Roman Coins Called?

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The Roman Coins came under three different names for golden coins, silver coins and bronze coins. Roman Gold coins were known as aurei (containing 95% pure gold), the silver coins were called denarius (containing 85% silver) and the bronze coins were called aes. You can buy these coins at the current market rates for metals.
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Just as we have various names for our coins, such as nickle, dime quarter, the Romans also had various names for their coins. Here are some of them: quadrans, semis, as, dupondius
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Each Roman coin was hand-crafted by an artisan. They were not mass-produced, so each coin, while the same, had subtle differences. The artisans used hand-made die casts and a round
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Aureus (gold) the Denarius (silver) the Sestertius (bronze) the Dupondius
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About halfway down this webpage is an explanation of how most ancient Roman coins were made though I am not sure many were made of bronze. I hope this is what you are looking for.
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The Roman coins comes in Gold, Silver and Bronze. The gold Roman coins is called as Aurei and the silver coins is called as Denarius. 25 Denari is equal to one gold coin.
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