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- The maravedí (Spanish pronunciation: [maɾaβeˈði], from Arabic: الدينار المرابطي‎ Almoravid dinar), was the name of various Iberian coins of gold and then...
- for "double maravedi" (or a Muslim dinar), when the maravedi was devalued as equivalent to the Muslim half-dinar, or masmudina. The maravedi was named after...
- escudo = 16 reales Spanish real mid-14th century 1864 1 real = 3 maravedíes Maravedí 11th century 14th century Spanish dinero 10th century 10th century...
- totaling about 14,000 maravedis for the year, or about the annual salary of a sailor. In May 1489, the queen sent him another 10,000 maravedis, and the same year...
- Portuguese dinheiro. In most of Spain, the dinero was su****ded by the maravedí and then the real as the unit of account. However, in Catalonia and the...
- crowned head of the king. In 1286, ten cornados were equivalent to one maravedí, and eight cornados to a sueldo [es]. Later versions were coined with a...
- was established at two billon reals (reales de vellón) or sixty-eight maravedís. Gold escudos (worth 16 reales) were also issued. The coins circulated...
- in France and other pre-decimal currencies such as Spain, which had 20 maravedís to 1 real and 20 reals to 1 duro or 5 pesetas. The classical Roman Empire...
- support of Christopher Columbus's voyages. Barardi invested half a million maravedis in Columbus's first voyage, and he won a potentially lucrative contract...
- 335,000 km2 (129,000 sq mi) Po****tion • 1300 3 000 000 Currency Spanish real, Spanish maravedí a. ^ Itinerant court until Philip II fixed it to Madrid....