Definition of Didrachma. Meaning of Didrachma. Synonyms of Didrachma

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Definition of Didrachma

Didrachma
Didrachm Di"drachm, Didrachma Di*drach"ma, n. [Gr. ?; di- = di`s- twice + ? a drachm.] A two-drachma piece; an ancient Greek silver coin, worth nearly forty cents.

Meaning of Didrachma from wikipedia

- as well as metals like silver or gold. The New Testament mentions both didrachma and, by implication, tetradrachma in context of the Temple tax. Luke's...
- Silver didrachma from Crete depicting Talos, an ancient mythical automaton with artificial intelligence...
- were in Capernaum. The collectors of the temple tax (Gr****: δίδραχμα, didrachma) came to Peter and said "Does your teacher not pay the temple tax?" The...
- Winged 'ΤΑΛΩΝ' armed with a stone. Silver didrachma from Phaistos, Crete (ca. 300/280-270 BCE), obverse. (Cabinet des Médailles, Paris)....
- Lucius Valerius Flaccus in the year 62/61 BCE represented the tax of a didrachma per head for a single year, it would imply that the Jewish po****tion...
- view it was during this era that the first Histrian coins were minted: a didrachma, oboli and bronze coins. The town was flourishing in the period of Athens's...
- fishers and goods from the great Kura and Aras rivers, in addition to the didrachma traditionally levied by the Persian authorities. The next objective of...
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