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Definition of Semuncia

Semuncia
Semuncia Se*mun"ci*a, n. [L., fr. semi half + uncia ounce.] (Rom. Antiq.) A Roman coin equivalent to one twenty-fourth part of a Roman pound.

Meaning of Semuncia from wikipedia

- The semuncia was an ancient Roman bronze coin valued at one twenty-fourth of an as, or half an uncia, produced during the Roman Republican era. It was...
- depicted on two early bronze coins of the Roman Republic, the ****tans and the Semuncia. When they described the gods of Celtic and Germanic tribes, rather than...
- symbols for weights: U+10190 (𐆐): ****tans U+10191 (𐆑): Uncia U+10192 (𐆒): Semuncia U+10193 (𐆓): ****tula U+10194 (𐆔): Semi****tula U+10195 (𐆕): Siliqua Ancient...
- character most closely resembling that used to denote a semuncia or 1/24. The name semuncia denotes 1/2 of an uncia or 1/24 of the base unit, the As...
- version of the Turkmen Latin alphabet. Latin letter L with stroke Ł ł Semuncia 𐆒 Category:Currency symbols possibly because (7-bit) ASCII did not have...
- quadrans (1⁄4), ****tans (1⁄6), uncia (1⁄12, also a common weight unit), and semuncia (1⁄24), as well as multiples of the as, the dupondius (2), sestertius (21⁄2)...
- Quincunx (5⁄12) Triens (1⁄3) Quadrans (1⁄4) ****tans (1⁄6) Uncia (1⁄12) Semuncia (1⁄24) Early Empire Gold Aureus Dacicus Silver Antonini**** (32 ****es)...
- Quincunx (5⁄12) Triens (1⁄3) Quadrans (1⁄4) ****tans (1⁄6) Uncia (1⁄12) Semuncia (1⁄24) Early Empire Gold Aureus Dacicus Silver Antonini**** (32 ****es)...
- characters for Roman fractions in the Ancient Symbols block: ****tans, uncia, semuncia, ****tula, dimidia ****tula, siliqua, and as. Counting rod numerals are included...
- Quincunx (5⁄12) Triens (1⁄3) Quadrans (1⁄4) ****tans (1⁄6) Uncia (1⁄12) Semuncia (1⁄24) Early Empire Gold Aureus Dacicus Silver Antonini**** (32 ****es)...