Silver ring with bronze coin - Drachm of Aegina, c. 404 BC.
Silver ring, in 2 mm hand-made ring and with a bronze turtle coin (Drachm of Aegina, c. 404 BC)
|Details||Our rings are made to your finger sizes, free of charge.|
|story||Ancient Greek coins had three values, metallic, nominal and commercial. Their metallic value depended on their metal and was high when they were gold, less when they were silver and much less when they were copper. The silver-gold ratio was not stable and this affected the monetary exchange rates between the two metals. Until 400 BC. coins became the pre-eminent medium of exchange throughout ancient Greece, but without imposing a specific currency. Simply, in each region they used a certain currency more than the others. Over time, the Tetradrachm of Attica began to prevail, weighing 17 grams, as well as other coins with a nominal value of one Obolus, ten and twelve drachmas, while in the colonies of Sicily the liter coin was also used.|
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Ex Tax: 20.97€
Price in reward points: 260
- Stock: In Stock
- Reward Points: 26
- Model: DA293
- Weight: 5.50gr