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Definition of Quadrans

Quadrans
Quadrans Quad"rans, n.; pl. Quadrantes. [L.] 1. (Rom. Antiq.) A fourth part of the coin called an as. See 3d As, 2. 2. The fourth of a penny; a farthing. See Cur.

Meaning of Quadrans from wikipedia

- The quadrans (literally meaning "a quarter") or teruncius ("three unciae") was a low-value Roman bronze coin worth one quarter of an as. The quadrans was...
- into Quadrans. Ridpath, Ian. "Quadrans Muralis". Star Tales. Self-published. Retrieved 25 March 2016.  Ridpath, Ian. "Lalande’s Quadrans Muralis"...
- The Quadrans Vetus is a medieval astronomical instrument. Known as the quadrans vetus ["old quadrant"], the three surviving medieval examples are in the...
- Eucalyptus quadrans is a mallee that is native to Western Australia. Trees portal List of Eucalyptus species "Eucalyptus quadrans". FloraBase....
- special terms for quarter (quadrans), half (semis), and three-quarters (dodrans). Dodrans is a Latin contraction of de-quadrans which means "a whole unit...
- combination with the denarius and other Æ coins, e.g. the semis, triens, and quadrans. Dodrans as a unit may refer to a time span of forty-five minutes or a...
- liliana = Kochaspis liliana C. nitidus = Dunderbergia nitida C. quadrans = Ehmaniella quadrans C. unca = Uncaspis unca Sepkoski, Jack (2002). "A compendium...
- in Gr**** is a quadrans, as implied by the translations this was a coin of low value. In the Roman currency system of the time the Quadrans was the lowest...
- but it can be seen to 51 degrees south latitude. The name comes from Quadrans Muralis, a former constellation created in 1795 by the French astronomer...
- urtels des Jűngst erschinnen Cometen (on his observations of comets) and Quadrans astronomicus Apiani (on the astronomical quadrant). Otto Brunfels publishes...